FC Chernomorets Novorossiysk

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Chernomorets
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Full nameFootball Club
Chernomorets[1]
Nickname(s)Moryaki (моряки, lit. sailors)
Founded1907; 112 years ago (1907)
GroundTrud, Novorossiysk
Capacity12,500
ChairmanVitali But
ManagerRussia Khazret Dyshekov
LeagueRussian Professional Football League
Zone South
2017–185th

FC Chernomorets Novorossiysk (Russian: ФК "Черноморец" Новороссийск) is the oldest Russian association football club based in Novorossiysk. It plays in the third-tier Russian Professional Football League.

History[edit]

The club was founded in 1907 and refounded as Cement Novorossiysk in 1960 and was known by its name in 1960–1969 and 1978–1991. In 1970–1977 the clubs was called Trud Novorossiysk, in 1992–1993 Gekris Novorossiysk, and in 2005 FC Novorossiysk. Chernomorets is Russian for "a man from Black Sea".

The club played in class B of the Soviet football in 1960–1970. After this they did not participate in Soviet championships until 1978, when they entered the Second League. They played there until the dissolution of USSR, and in 1992 were entitled to enter the Russian First Division. They spent three years there. After a third place in 1992 they won their regional group in 1993, but did not succeed in the promotion-relegation tournament. A victory in the First Division in 1994 brought them automatic promotion.

Chernomorets stayed in the Top Division from 1995 to 2001. Their best result was sixth position in 1997 and 2000. The latter entitled them to a place in the UEFA Cup, where they were knocked out in the first round by Valencia.

In 2002 Chernomorets won promotion straight back, but were relegated again in 2003. After the 2004 season in the First Division, Chernomorets were denied a professional licence. The club was reorganized, renamed FC Novorossiysk and entered the Amateur Football League for the 2005 season. In the course of the season the team was renamed Chernomorets again. Chernomorets finished first in the South zone and went on to win the final tournament, becoming amateur champions of Russia. Chernomorets finished third in the South zone of Russian Second Division in the 2006 season. They finally finished first and were promoted to Russian First Division for the 2007 season. It stayed 2 seasons in First Division and relegated back to Second Division in 2009. They were promoted to the First Division again after winning the Second Division zone in 2010. It was relegated back from the First Division after one year on that level.

League results[edit]

Russian Second DivisionFootball Championship of the National LeagueRussian Second DivisionRussian First DivisionRussian Second DivisionAmateur Football LeagueRussian First DivisionRussian Premier LeagueRussian First DivisionRussian Premier LeagueRussian First DivisionRussian First Division

Current squad[edit]

As of 7 August 2018, according to the official PFL website.

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

No. Position Player
Russia GK Kirill Kasheutov
Russia GK Azamat Shogenov
Russia GK Maksim Shvagirev
Russia DF Artur Akhmedzhanov
Russia DF Aleksandr Kolyasnikov
Russia DF Aleksei Kuznetsov
Russia DF Daniil Lezgintsev
Russia DF Sergei Obivalin
Russia DF Anatoli Pulyayev
Russia DF Ivan Yudin
Russia MF Manvel Agaronyan
Russia MF Dato Chertkoyev
Russia MF Vladislav Fulga
Russia MF Sergei Garanzha
Russia MF Yegor Golenitsky
Russia MF Vladislav Kirilenko
No. Position Player
Russia MF Andrei Mendel
Russia MF Artur Minosyan
Russia MF Rafail Mirzakhanyan
Russia MF Denis Neklyudov
Russia MF Nikita Panamaryov
Russia MF Stanislav Reznikov
Russia MF Ivan Selemenev
Russia MF Kirill Shimko
Russia MF Ilya Zakharov
Russia FW Sergei Davtyan
Russia FW Kirill Fitsych
Russia FW Ilya Liventsov
Russia FW Ivan Lukyanov
Russia FW Ivan Matyushenko
Russia FW Ilya Stefanovich

Reserve team[edit]

Chernomorets' reserve team played professionally in the Russian Second Division (in 2000 as FC Chernomorets-2 Novorossiysk) and the Russian Third League (in 1996 as FC Chernomorets-d Novorossiysk).

Notable players[edit]

Had international caps for their respective countries. Players whose name is listed in bold represented their countries while playing for Chernomorets/Tsement/Gekris.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ История клуба (in Russian). fcchernomorets.ru. Archived from the original on 3 July 2015. Retrieved 3 July 2015.

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