FC Alay

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Alay Osh
FK Alay Osh Logo.png
Full name FC Alay Osh
Founded 1960; 57 years ago (1960)
Ground Suyumbayev Stadion
Osh, Kyrgyzstan
Ground Capacity 11,200
Manager Armenia Varazdat Babayan
League Kyrgyzstan League
2016 1st
Current season

FC Alay Osh is a Kyrgyzstani football club based in Osh that plays in the top division the Kyrgyzstan League.

History[edit]

Names[edit]

  • 1960: founded as the city of Osh.
  • 1965: Renamed as FC Shakhtyor Osh.
  • 1967: Renamed FC Alay Osh.
  • 1994: Renamed FC Alay-Osh-Pirim.
  • 1995: Renamed FC Alay Osh.
  • 1996: Merged with Dinamo Osh to FC Dinamo-Alay Osh.
  • 2002: Reactivated as FC Alay Osh.

Domestic history[edit]

Season League Kyrgyzstan Cup Top goalscorer
Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Name League
1992 1st 3 22 12 3 7 55 24 27 Runner-up Davron Babayev 38
1993 1st 3 32 25 3 4 110 49 53 Semi-final
1994 1st 6 26 12 7 7 49 28 31 Runner-up
1995 1st 6 14 3 7 4 19 25 16
1996 1st 3 22 14 3 5 47 18 45
1997 1st 5 18 8 4 6 29 19 28 Runner-up
1998 1st 4 14 5 3 6 21 24 18 Runner-up Mamanov 15
1999 1st 8 22 8 6 8 40 48 30 Quarter-final Rajabaliyev 15
2000 1st 5 22 11 6 5 44 24 39 Runner-up
2001 1st 5 28 10 5 13 48 59 35 Semi-final
2002 1st 4 18 10 2 6 33 18 32 Semi-final
2003 1st 6 14 2 4 8 14 27 10 Semi-final Mirlan Mirzaliyev 22
2004 1st 6 36 13 3 20 48 60 42 Semi-final Almaz Mirzaliyev / Mirlan Mirzaliyev 10
2005 1st 5 24 7 4 13 37 56 25 Round of 16 Mirlan Mirzaliev 8
2006 1st 5 10 1 3 6 8 16 6 Semi-final Almazbek Mirzaliev 11
2007 1st 5 32 16 3 13 48 32 51 Semi-final
2008 1st 3 16 9 2 5 22 16 29 Semi-final Yodgorbek Akbarov 9
2009 1st 3 22 11 5 6 40 27 38 Runner-up
2010 1st 8 withdrew[1] - -
2011 1st 5 20 5 3 12 25 36 18 Semi-final
2012 1st 3 28 14 7 7 45 27 49
2013 1st 1 20 13 4 3 38 19 43 Winners
2014 1st 4 20 10 2 8 44 23 30 Semi-final Almazbek Mirzaliev 12
2015 1st 1 20 16 2 2 48 18 50 Alia Silla 17
2016 1st 1 18 14 3 1 59 10 45
2017 1st 1 20 13 2 5 51 25 41

Continental history[edit]

Season Competition Round Opponent Home Away Aggregate
2014 AFC Cup Play-off State of Palestine Shabab Al-Dhahiriya  – 0–0 (p) 0–0
Group Jordan Shabab Al-Ordon 0–1 1–2 4th
Bahrain Al-Riffa 0–0 0–2
Iraq Erbil SC 3–0 0–6
2016 AFC Cup Play-off Lebanon Tripoli  – 0–0 (p) 0–0
2017 AFC Cup Group D Kyrgyzstan Dordoi Bishkek 5–4 0–1 4th
Tajikistan Istiklol 1–3 1–4
Turkmenistan Altyn Asyr 1–2 1–4
2018 AFC Cup Group D Tajikistan Istiklol
Turkmenistan

Honours[edit]

Players[edit]

Current[edit]

As of 17 February 2017[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 Tajikistan GK Abduazizov Mahkamov
3 Kyrgyzstan DF Ulugbek Riskulov
4 Kyrgyzstan DF Ilyaz Alimov
5 Kyrgyzstan DF Nursultan Atamurzaev
6 Kyrgyzstan MF Aldiiarbek Kabylbekov
7 Kyrgyzstan MF Odiljon Abdurakhmanov
8 Kyrgyzstan MF Murolimzhon Akhmedov
9 Niger FW Issa Sidibé
10 Guinea FW Alia Sylla
11 Kyrgyzstan FW Maksat Alimov
14 Kyrgyzstan DF Akram Umarov
No. Position Player
15 Uzbekistan MF Umarbek Tukhtasinov
16 Kyrgyzstan MF Maratbek Mamasadıkov
17 Kyrgyzstan DF Bakytbek Mamatov
18 Kyrgyzstan FW Vladimir Verevkin
21 Kyrgyzstan MF Abrorbek Kydyraliev
23 Kyrgyzstan MF Abdurashid Saydrahmonov
24 Kyrgyzstan DF Shukhrat Rakhmanov
30 Kyrgyzstan MF Odiljon Abdurakhmanov
33 Kyrgyzstan GK Abdulnur Mamytov
89 Kyrgyzstan GK Vahidzhan Akbaraliev
Kyrgyzstan DF Bekbolot Akmataliev
Nigeria FW Jamiu Azeez Adeshina

Former[edit]

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