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Ahal
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Full name Ahal futbol kluby
Founded 1989; 29 years ago (1989)
Ground Ashgabat Stadium
Ground Capacity 20,000
Chairman Myrat Öwekow
Head Coach Guwançmuhammet Öwekow
League Ýokary Liga
2016 4

Ahal Football Club (Turkmen: Ahal futbol kluby) is a Turkmen association football club based in the Ahal Province. Founded in 1989, played its first-ever top flight season in 1992. Playing its home matches at the 20,000-capacity Ashgabat Stadium.

History[edit]

In 1989–91 played in Soviet Second League.

FC Ahal played in the top division of Turkmenistan in 1992, but the following year the team disbanded. Bronze medalist of 1992 Ýokary Liga. The following season, in which the team took the start was 1998–99.

At the end of the 2005 season refused to participate in the championship. Since 2008, again playing in the big leagues.

In 2013, the team won the Cup of Football Federation of Turkmenistan, a team led by Ali Gurbani. In October 2013 Turkmenistan Cup final team beat Turkmenistan Altyn Asyr and won the trophy for the first time.[1]

2014 season the team began to win the 2014 Super Cup of Turkmenistan in the final match was beaten HTTU (4–2).[2] In October 2014 was dismissed Ali Gurbani,[3] the new head coach was appointed Guwançmuhammet Öwekow, which resulted in a month to victory in the 2014 Turkmenistan Cup,[4][5] having beaten Balkan (2–1). FC Ahal until recently struggled with Altyn Asyr for the championship, but playing with the Altyn Asyr draw (0–0),[6] took second place in the 2014 Ýokary Liga.[7]

In the 2015 season, Ahal debuted in AFC Cup, won to Dordoi Bishkek (1–0) in Ashgabat Stadium.[8]

Domestic[edit]

Season League Turkmenistan Cup Top goalscorer Manager
Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Name League
1992 1st 3 28 22 2 4 103 16 46
1998–99 1st 8 32 5 4 23 14 74 19
2000 1st 5 20 8 5 7 22 24 29
2001 1st 8 32 5 3 24 31 93 18
2002 1st 9 32 2 3 27 17 102 9
2003 1st 9 36 7 1 28 25 96 22
2004 1st 7 36 11 5 20 24 64 38
2005 1st 9 32 6 6 20 37 72 24 Turkmenistan Armen Sogomonyan
Turkmenistan Ali Gurbani
2008 1st 10 20 1 1 18 12 68 4 Turkmenistan Durdy Redzhepov
2009 2nd First Round
2010 1st 8 18 5 1 12 13 33 16 Quarter-final
2011 1st 8 36 9 4 23 40 83 31 Quarter-final Turkmenistan Armen Sogomonyan
2012 1st 4 32 15 5 12 59 45 50 First Round Turkmenistan Didar Durdyýew 14 Turkmenistan Baýram Durdyýew
Turkmenistan Ahmet Agamyradow
2013 1st 6 36 16 8 12 62 41 56 Winners Turkmenistan Ali Gurbani
2014 1st 2 36 28 3 5 85 24 87 Winners Turkmenistan Ali Gurbani
Turkmenistan Guwançmuhammet Öwekow
2015 1st 5 36 16 10 10 67 54 58 Quarter-final Turkmenistan Guwançmuhammet Öwekow
Boris Grigorýants
2016 1st 4 36 18 8 10 63 42 62

Continental[edit]

Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
2015 AFC Cup Preliminary round Kyrgyzstan Dordoi Bishkek 3–0  – 3–0
Oman Fanja  – 3–2 3–2
Group D Kuwait Qadsia 0–1 0–2 4th
Tajikistan Istiklol 1–2 2–5
Iraq Erbil 2–1 3–2
2018 AFC Cup Group D Tajikistan Istiklol 0–1
Turkmenistan Altyn Asyr
Kyrgyzstan Alay 5–0

Honours[edit]

Turkmenistan Cup (3)
2013, 2014, 2017.
Turkmenistan Super Cup (1)
2014.

Current technical staff[edit]

Position Name
Chairman Turkmenistan Myrat Öwekow
Head Coach Turkmenistan Guwançmuhammet Öwekow
Administrator Turkmenistan Çarymämmet Orazmämmedow
Administrator Turkmenistan Agajan Orazmyradow
Doctor Turkmenistan Berdimyrat Mollaýew

Managers[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]