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Balkan
FC Balkan Balkanabat.gif
Full name Balkan futbol kluby
Nickname(s) Oil workers
Founded 1960; 58 years ago (1960)
Ground Sport Toplumy Stadium,
Balkanabat
Capacity 10,000
Owner Türkmennebit
Chairman Durdy Annaberdiyev
Manager Aleksandr Klimenko
League Turkmenistan League
2017 4th

Balkan Football Club (Turkmen: Balkan futbol kluby) is a Turkmenistan football club based in Balkanabat. They play in the top division in Turkmenistan football, the Turkmenistan Higher League. Their home stadium is Balkanabat Stadium which can hold 10,000 people. In May 2010, the club changed its name to Balkan from Nebitçi Balkanabat by the decision of Turkmenistan Football Federation.[1]

History[edit]

Season 2013[edit]

In 2013, Rahim Kurbanmamedov was appointed head coach. In May 2013 the players FC Balkan came in the final of the AFC President's Cup 2013, scoring three wins in the qualifying tournament in Group "C". Games were held in Phnom Penh, in the first match, FC Balkan beat Hilal Al-Quds (3–2), the second Beoung Ket Rubber (2–0) and third Sri Lanka Army (5–0). In the final stage took place in Malaysia, the players FC Balkan trashed Three Star Club (6–0) and Erchim (4–0),[2] thus gaining 6 points reached the final of the 2013 AFC President's Cup.[3] They won the 2013 edition of the AFC President's Cup when they beat KRL of Pakistan in the final 1–0.

Domestic[edit]

Season League Turkmenistan Cup Top goalscorer Manager
Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Name League
1992 1st 2 28 22 3 3 96 12 47 Turkmenistan Täçmyrat Agamyradow
1993 1st 3 8 3 3 2 5 6 16 Turkmenistan Täçmyrat Agamyradow
1994 1st 7 18 7 2 9 24 31 16 Semi-Final
1995 1st 3 32 19 4 9 87 44 61
1996 1st 6 32 13 6 13 39 43 45
1997–98 1st 4 20 9 1 10 29 35 28 Runner-Up
1998–99 1st 4 32 18 5 9 63 45 59 Runner-Up
2000 1st 2 20 13 2 5 42 21 41 Turkmenistan Bayramdurdy Durdyyev
2001 1st 3 32 18 6 8 58 37 60 Runner-Up
2002 1st 5 32 16 5 11 61 39 53 Quarter-Final
2003 1st 2 36 23 10 3 100 23 79 Winners Turkmenistan Valeriy Fursov
Turkmenistan Bayram Begench
2004 1st 1 36 27 3 6 78 23 84 Winners Turkmenistan Ashir Begzhanov
Turkmenistan Amanmyrat Meredow
2005 1st 3 32 17 7 8 48 29 58 Quarter-Final
2006 1st 2 28 15 6 7 38 19 51 Semi-Final Turkmenistan Amanmyrat Meredow
2007 1st 3 28 14 4 41 43 33 46 Semi-Final Turkmenistan Amanmyrat Meredow
2008 1st 3 20 14 2 4 42 16 44 Quarter-Final Turkmenistan Amanmyrat Meredow
Turkmenistan Alexander Klimenko
2009 1st 2 16 12 2 2 35 11 38 Semi-Final Turkmenistan Mämmedaly Garadanow 10 Turkmenistan Alexander Klimenko
2010 1st 1 18 12 4 2 35 8 40 Winners Turkmenistan Didargylyç Urazow 10 Turkmenistan Rejepmyrat Agabaýew
2011 1st 1 36 26 4 6 78 30 82 Quarter-Final Turkmenistan Alexander Klimenko
2012 1st 1 32 23 4 5 66 19 73 Winners Turkmenistan Mämmedaly Garadanow 16 Turkmenistan Amanmurad Meredov
Turkmenistan Ali Gurbani
2013 1st 2 36 28 2 6 86 25 86 Turkmenistan Mämmedaly Garadanow 26 Turkmenistan Rahym Kurbanmämmedow
2014 1st 5 36 15 5 16 47 24 50 Runner-Up Turkmenistan Rahym Kurbanmämmedow
2015 1st 2 36 20 8 8 75 36 68 Semifinal Turkmenistan Myrat Ýagşyýew 31 Turkmenistan Ali Gurbani
2016 1st 2 36 22 6 8 42 37 72 Semifinal

Continental[edit]

Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
2000–01 Asian Cup Winners' Cup First round Uzbekistan Dinamo Samarqand 4–3 3–2 7–5
Second round Kazakhstan Kairat 1–0 1–3 2–3
2004 AFC Cup Group Stage Syria Al-Jaish 0–6 0–0 4th
Lebanon Olympic Beirut 0–2 1–2
2005 AFC Cup Group Stage Jordan Al-Faisaly 3–3 1–1 2nd
India East Bengal 3–2 2–3
Bangladesh Muktijoddha Sangsad 0–1 2–1
2007 AFC Cup Group Stage Jordan Al-Faisaly 0–0 0–2 4th
Oman Dhofar 0–1 0–1
Lebanon Al-Ansar 1–1 1–3
2011 AFC President's Cup Group Stage Chinese Taipei Taipower FC 1–1 2nd
Nepal Nepal Police Club 2–0
Pakistan WAPDA 1–0
Final stage Chinese Taipei Taipower FC 3–4 2nd
Tajikistan Istiklol 1–1
2012 AFC President's Cup Group Stage State of Palestine Markaz Shabab Al-Am'ari 1–2 3rd
Tajikistan Istiklol 1–2
2013 AFC President's Cup Group Stage State of Palestine Hilal Al-Quds 3–2 1st
Cambodia Boeung Ket Angkor 2–0
Sri Lanka Sri Lanka Army 5–0
Final stage Nepal Three Star Club 6–0 1st
Mongolia Erchim 4–0
Final Pakistan KRL 1–0
2016 AFC Cup Qualifying play-off Syria Al-Wahda 0–2
2017 AFC Cup Preliminary stage 2 Kyrgyzstan Dordoi Bishkek 1-2 1–1 2-3

Current squad[edit]

As of 2017.[4] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Turkmenistan GK Alikper Kerimow
16 Turkmenistan GK Umidjan Kerimow
2 Turkmenistan DF Ashirgeldi Saryyew
3 Turkmenistan DF Geldimyrat Garahanow
4 Turkmenistan DF Mäkan Saparow
17 Turkmenistan DF Dayanç Orazguliýew
21 Turkmenistan DF Begenç Guldurdyýew
5 Turkmenistan MF Nurtagan Mammedaliýew
5 Turkmenistan MF Asyrgeldi Ylýasow
8 Turkmenistan MF Yevgeniy Tkachenko
No. Position Player
9 Turkmenistan MF Myratgeldi Gurbangeldiyev
14 Turkmenistan MF Azat Garajaýew
18 Turkmenistan MF Batyr Govshakov
20 Turkmenistan MF Yhlas Magtymow
27 Turkmenistan MF Nazarov Ovez
6 Turkmenistan FW Akmämmet Metdaýew
10 Turkmenistan FW Hemra Amanmämmedow
11 Turkmenistan FW Mämmedaly Garadanow
13 Turkmenistan FW Sahupnazar Durdyýew
19 Turkmenistan FW Suleyman Deryayew

Managers[edit]

Honours[edit]

Ýokary Liga (4)
2004, 2010, 2011, 2012
Turkmenistan Cup (4)
2003, 2004, 2010, 2012
Turkmenistan Super Cup (3)
2006, 2011, 2012
AFC President's Cup (1)
2013

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Nebitçi Renamed to Balkan". the-afc.com. Retrieved 18 August 2017.
  2. ^ "AFC President's Cup 2013: Balkan 4–0 Erchim". the-afc.com. Retrieved 18 August 2017.
  3. ^ "Fixing mistakes fruitful for Balkan". the-afc.com. Retrieved 18 August 2017.
  4. ^ "Balkan FK - Squad". uk.soccerway.com. Perform Group. Retrieved 18 August 2017.
  5. ^ V@DIM. "Золотой век". www.turkmenistan.gov.tm. Retrieved 18 August 2017.

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