FC Atyrau

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Atyrau
FC Atyrau Logo.png
Full name Football Club Atyrau
Nickname(s) Мұнайшылар (The Oilers)
Founded 1980; 38 years ago (1980)
Ground Munaishy Stadium
Ground Capacity 8,690
Chairman Shyngys Mukan
Manager Vakhid Masudov
League Kazakhstan Premier League
2017 Kazakhstan Premier League, 8th
Website Club website
Current season

Football Club Atyrau (Kazakh: «Атырау» футбол клубы) are a professional football club based in Atyrau, who play in the Kazakhstan Premier League, the highest level of Kazakh football. The club's home ground is the 8,690-seat Munaishy Stadium, where they have played since their inception.

History[edit]

Founded as Prikaspiets in 1980, they played only two seasons in the Soviet Second League. In 2000, the club was refounded as Akzhaiyk to play in the Kazakhstan First Division. Next season, they promoted to the Kazakhstan Premier League with a new name Atyrau. The club colours, reflected in their badge and kit, are green and white. The club's crest is a green and white striped shield, with an oil drop in a ball form in the centre, incorporates the cities role in oil industry.

On 14 December 2016, Atyrau appointed Zoran Vulić as manager.[1]

On 8 January 2018, Atyrau appointed Vakhid Masudov as manager.[2]

Domestic history[edit]

Season League Kazakhstan Cup Top goalscorer Managers
Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Name League
2001 1st 2 32 21 7 4 53 16 70 Kazakhstan Makayev 17 Kazakhstan Talgayev
2002 1st 2 32 19 6 7 43 22 63 Kazakhstan Kitsak 11 Kazakhstan Talgayev
2003 1st 4 32 16 5 11 48 42 53 Turkmenistan Agabaýew 14 Ukraine Holokolosov
2004 1st 5 36 20 11 5 49 31 71 Russia Eremeev 14 Ukraine Holokolosov
2005 1st 10 30 10 7 13 32 36 37 Ukraine Holokolosov / Russia Timofeev
2006 1st 14 30 8 5 17 25 47 29 Russia Averyanov
2007 1st 14 30 8 6 16 29 39 30 Russia Yeremeyev / Kazakhstan Baiseitov
2008 1st 15 30 3 10 17 22 54 19 Second Round Kazakhstan Volgin / Russia Yeremeyev / Russia Andreyev
2009 1st 6 26 11 7 8 37 29 40 Winners Russia Zubko 9 Kazakhstan Shokh / Kazakhstan Masudov
2010 1st 5 32 13 5 14 36 44 44 Quarterfinals Moldova Frunză 7 Kazakhstan Masudov / Ukraine Pasulko
2011 1st 10 32 8 10 14 28 43 24 Second Round Kazakhstan Danilyuk 5 Azerbaijan Mammadov / Kazakhstan Azovskiy / Montenegro Filipović
2012 1st 11 26 7 6 13 16 32 27 First Round Iceland Sigurðsson 3 Montenegro Filipović / Kazakhstan Konkov
2013 1st 8 32 10 11 11 26 38 28 First Round Kazakhstan Nurybekov / Kazakhstan Shchotkin 4 Montenegro Radulović
2014 1st 9 32 10 7 15 30 43 25 Quarterfinals Serbia Trifunović 13 Belarus Yurevich / Kazakhstan Nikitenko
2015 1st 5 32 11 12 9 31 33 27 Second Round Ukraine Arzhanov / Kazakhstan Baizhanov 5 Kazakhstan Nikitenko
2016 1st 8 32 10 9 13 35 39 39 Semifinal Ukraine Arzhanov 8 Kazakhstan Nikitenko/ Kazakhstan Konkov(Caretaker) / Bulgaria Mladenov
2017 1st 8 33 10 8 15 34 54 35 Runners Up Serbia Maksimović 7 Croatia Vulić/ Russia Pavlov/ Kazakhstan Kabdulov (Caretaker)

Continental[edit]

Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
2002–03 UEFA Cup 1Q Slovakia Matador Púchov 0–0 0–2 0–2 Symbol delete vote.svg
2003–04 UEFA Cup 1Q Bulgaria Levski Sofia 1–4 0–2 1–6 Symbol delete vote.svg
2010–11 UEFA Europa League 2Q Hungary Győr 0–3 0–2 0–5 Symbol delete vote.svg

Honours[edit]

Kazakhstan Cup (1)
2009

Current squad[edit]

As of 10 March 2018[3]

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

No. Position Player
1 Kazakhstan GK Vladimir Loginovsky
2 Kazakhstan DF Dauren Mazhitov
3 Cameroon MF Joseph Nane
4 Croatia DF Tomislav Barbarić
5 Ukraine DF Rizvan Ablitarov
6 Kazakhstan MF Altynbek Saparov
7 Kyrgyzstan MF Anton Zemlianukhin
8 Kazakhstan MF Dauren Kayralliyev
9 Kazakhstan FW Alexey Rodionov
10 Kazakhstan MF Marat Khairullin
11 Kazakhstan DF Ruslan Zhanysbaev
12 Kazakhstan DF Ruslan Esatov
13 Kazakhstan MF Aibar Nurybekov
No. Position Player
17 Nigeria FW Tunde Adeniji
18 Kazakhstan DF Kuanish Kalmuratov
20 Kazakhstan GK Andrey Pasechenko
22 Serbia MF Novica Maksimović
23 Kazakhstan MF Piraliy Aliev
30 Serbia DF Stefan Živković
35 Kazakhstan GK Azamat Zhomartov
66 Kazakhstan DF Anton Chichulin
75 Kazakhstan DF Kuanysh Eltzerov
77 Kazakhstan DF Eldar Abdrakhmanov
78 Belarus FW Ihar Zyankovich
81 Serbia FW Predrag Sikimić
83 Kazakhstan MF Eduard Sergienko

Reserve team[edit]

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

No. Position Player
4 Kazakhstan DF Nauryzbek Kalybai
8 Kazakhstan MF Salimov Alisher
25 Kazakhstan MF Islam Satiev
27 Kazakhstan MF Abilmansur Rochet
30 Kazakhstan MF Mohammed Saktash
32 Kazakhstan MF Aidos Ershmanov
37 Kazakhstan DF Ruslan Muftolla
46 Kazakhstan FW Aybolat Maku
47 Kazakhstan MF Alikhan Otaraly
No. Position Player
61 Kazakhstan MF Vyacheslav Borovoy
63 Kazakhstan GK Baibek Tusipov
74 Kazakhstan MF Rinat Jumati
79 Kazakhstan DF Alisher Akyns
88 Kazakhstan MF Rafael Ospanov
95 Kazakhstan DF Timur Sundetov
97 Kazakhstan DF Zharas Mellyatov
98 Kazakhstan MF Nauryzbek Zhagora

Managers[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Зоран Вулич – главный тренер Атырау". rfcatyrau.kz (in Russian). FC Atyrau. 14 December 2016. Retrieved 18 December 2016. 
  2. ^ "Вахид Масудов — главный тренер Атырау". rfcatyrau.kz (in Russian). FC Atyrau. 8 January 2018. Retrieved 8 January 2018. 
  3. ^ "Игроки". rfcatyrau.kz (in Russian). FC Atyrau. Retrieved 4 February 2016. 

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