FC Ajax Lasnamäe

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FC Ajax Lasnamäe
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Full nameFC Ajax Lasnamäe
Founded1993
GroundFC Ajax Stadium, Tallinn
Capacity1,500
ChairmanBoris Dugan
ManagerBoris Dugan
LeagueII Liiga Ida/Põhi
20189th, Esiliiga (relegated)

FC Ajax Lasnamäe is an Estonian football club based in Tallinn. They play in the II Liiga East/North zone, the fourth division in Estonian football.

The club also has women's team, first appearing in the top division in 2018.[1]

History[edit]

They managed to avoid relegation in 2006, their first Meistriliiga season, finishing 8th. In 2003 and 2004 the club was known as F.C.A. Estel Tallinn.

2010 Season[edit]

FC Ajax Lasnamäe started the 2010 Esiliiga season strongly and eventually finished third behind both FC Flora's and Levadia's reserve squads and thus was promoted to Meistriliiga for the 2011 season.

Statistics[edit]

League and Cup[edit]

Season Division Pos Teams Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Top Goalscorer Estonian Cup Notes
1998 III Liiga N 1 10 10 9 0 1 44 8 +36 27 Sergei Dmitrijev (13) as Lasnamäe JK
1999 II Liiga N/E 5 6 20 7 3 10 26 42 −16 24 Sergei Dmitrijev (6)
2000 III Liiga N 5 6 20 5 0 15 19 67 −48 15 Sergei Tasso (7)
2001 2 10 18 13 2 3 61 32 +29 41 Vladislav Makarov (12) as Tallinna FC Ajax
2002 II Liiga N/E 1 6 20 20 0 0 118 12 +106 60 Aleksei Titov (41) as Tallinna FC Ajax Estel
2003 Esiliiga 4 8 28 13 5 10 69 45 +24 44 Aleksei Titov (29)
2004 6 8 28 10 2 16 66 66 0 32 Aleksei Titov (14)
2005 3 10 36 23 8 5 111 30 +81 77 Nikita Andreev (29) as FC Ajax Lasnamäe
2006 Meistriliiga 8 10 36 6 7 23 35 104 −69 25 Maksim Rõtškov (7)
2007 10 10 36 1 2 33 14 153 −139 5 Ivan O'Konnel-Bronin (4) First Round
2008 Esiliiga 9 10 36 7 9 20 57 79 −22 30 Pavel Iljuhhin and Sergei Tasso (9) Third Round
2009 4 10 36 20 4 12 75 53 +22 64 Šahrijar Abdullajev (15) Third Round
2010 3 10 36 20 9 7 71 38 +33 69 Sergei Tasso '(24) Semi-Finals
2011 Meistriliiga 10 10 36 0 4 32 11 192 −181 4 Sergei Tasso (5) First Round
2012 II Liiga E/N 11 14 26 9 4 13 42 42 0 31 Konstantin Televinov (9) Second Round
2013 6 13 24 10 7 7 69 46 +23 37 Sergei Tasso (25) Second Round
2014 8 14 26 11 2 13 62 52 +10 35 Sergei Tasso (20) Second Round
2015 12 14 26 5 6 15 42 63 −21 21 Sergei Tasso (14) First Round
2016 3 14 26 15 6 5 55 38 +17 51 Konstantin Potapov (17) -
2017 5 14 26 14 3 9 68 67 +1 45 Jevgeni Merkurjev (19) -

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 29 August 2016.[2]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Estonia GK Andrei Golovin
2 Estonia MF Ervin Guzek
3 Estonia MF Agil Halilov
4 Estonia DF Sergei Jarjomenko
5 Estonia MF Andrei Kobjakov
6 Estonia DF Sergei Kobjakov
7 Estonia DF Sergei Kondratenko
8 Russia GK Artem Levizi (on loan from JK Sillamäe Kalev)
9 Estonia FW Ilja Ljapin
10 Estonia MF Vitali Mihhasev
No. Position Player
11 Estonia MF Šamil Mussajev
12 Belarus MF Dzmitry Papichyts
13 Estonia MF Sergei Polišnin
14 Estonia MF Konstantin Potapov
15 Estonia MF Jevgeni Romanov
16 Ukraine MF Oleksandr Saietov
17 Estonia MF Aleksandr Starodub
18 Estonia DF Aleksandt Stepuk
19 Estonia DF Andrei Stružkin
20 Estonia FW Sergei Tasso

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tallinna FC Ajax (N) jalgpall.ee
  2. ^ "Eesti Jalgpalli Liit — LASNAMäE FC AJAX (2013)". jalgpall.ee. Retrieved 24 August 2013.

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