FC Kolkheti-1913 Poti

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FC Kolkheti-1913 Poti
FC Kolkheti Poti.jpg
Founded1913; 105 years ago (1913)
GroundFazisi Stadium
Poti, Georgia
Capacity6,000
ChairmanTemur Barkaya
ManagerViktor Demidov (caretaker)
LeagueErovnuli Liga
201810th (relegated)

FC Kolkheti-1913 Poti is a Georgian football club based in Poti, who plays in the Erovnuli Liga. They play their home games at Fazisi Stadium.

History[edit]

European[edit]

Competition P W D L GF GA
UEFA Europa League 12 3 5 4 11 13
Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
1996 UEFA Intertoto Cup GS Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zemun 2–3 - 5th
Finland FF Jaro - 0–2
France Guingamp 1–3 -
Romania Dinamo București - 0–2
1997–98 UEFA Cup 1Q Belarus Dinamo Minsk 2–1 0–1 2–2
1998–99 UEFA Cup 1Q Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade 0–4 0–7 0–11
1999 UEFA Intertoto Cup 1R Republic of Macedonia Cementarnica 55 0–4 2–4 2–8
Notes

Players[edit]

As of 1 October 2018

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

No. Position Player
1 Georgia (country) GK Bacho Mikava
2 Georgia (country) DF Zaur Kereleishvili
3 Georgia (country) MF Temuri Dzadzamia
4 Ukraine DF Irakli Tsykolia
5 Ukraine MF Kyrylo Doroshenko
6 Ukraine DF Murad Apkhazava
7 Brazil MF Luizinho Mello
8 Georgia (country) MF Levan Kakulia
9 Georgia (country) FW Imeda Ashortia
10 Ukraine FW Ilya Mikhalyov
11 Georgia (country) MF Tchiaber Tchetchelashvili
13 Georgia (country) DF Lasha Khatiashvili
No. Position Player
14 Russia GK Denis Kniga
15 Georgia (country) DF Lasha Mtchedlishvili
17 Burkina Faso DF Patterson Kaboré
19 Georgia (country) FW Luka Imnadze
21 Georgia (country) DF Giga Tcheishvili
23 Georgia (country) MF Luka Makharadze
29 Georgia (country) MF Tamaz Shalikashvili
35 Ukraine DF Stanislav Prychynenko
44 Georgia (country) MF Valiko Tkemaladze
77 Georgia (country) MF Jemal Kanchashvili
87 Russia FW Vladimir Gogberashvili

Honours[edit]

Georgian Soviet Championship (2)
1978, 1988

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