FC Kaluga

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FC Kaluga
Logo of FC Kaluga.gif
Full name Football Club Kaluga
Founded 2002
Ground Annenki Arena
Ground Capacity 3,643
Owner Kaluga / Kaluga Oblast / Oleg Mitrofanov
Chairman Oleg Mitrofanov
Manager Vitali Safronov
League Russian Professional Football League
Zone Center
2015–16 8th

FC Kaluga (Russian: ФК Калуга) is an association football club from Kaluga, Russia, founded in 2009. The Club is playing in the Russian Professional Football League. The team appeared after uniting two football Clubs from Kaluga: FC MiK Kaluga and FC Lokomotiv Kaluga. The two teams finished 1st and 2d in Russian Amateur Football League Chernozemic Zone championship in 2009 and Kaluga faced the opportunity to promote a football club that could represent the City to Russian Professional Football League so the two teams were united.

Current squad[edit]

As of 24 February 2017, according to the 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 Aleksei Chernov
Russia GK Roman Klyukin
Russia DF Sergei Anisimov
Russia DF Maksim Chudalyov
Russia DF Dmitri Dyomin
Russia DF Sergei Khrapov
Russia DF Vladimir Kisenkov
Russia DF Aleksandr Kryuchkov
Russia DF Ivan Lozenkov
Russia DF Aleksandr Skvortsov
Russia MF Dmitri Baranov
Russia MF Yuri Dubrovin
Russia MF Artyom Makhota
No. Position Player
Russia MF Aleksandr Petrov
Russia MF Ivan Rodin
Russia MF Denis Romanyuk
Russia MF Dmitri Sokolov
Russia MF Denis Syomin
Russia FW Sergei Anokhin
Russia FW Pavel Gurov
Russia FW Yevgeni Losev
Russia FW Arsen Oganesyan
Russia FW Sergei Patrakhayev
Russia FW Ivan Shpakov
Russia FW Nikolai Sukhanov

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