FC Kyzylzhar

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FC Kyzyl-Zhar SK
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Full name Football Club Kyzyl-Zhar SK
Қызыл-Жар СК Футбол Клубы
Founded 1968; 49 years ago (1968)
Ground Karasai Stadium
Petropavl, Kazakhstan
Ground Capacity 11,000
Chairman Kazakhstan Loriya Grigoriy Otarovich
Coach Kazakhstan Vladimir Fomichev
League Kazakhstan First Division
2015 4th

FC Kyzyl-Zhar SK (Kazakh: Қызыл-Жар СК Футбол Клубы) is a Kazakhstani football club, playing in the north Kazakh city of Petropavl at the Karasai Stadium. They are founding members of Kazakhstan Premier League. Kyzylzhar is the name of a district in the city. They are two time runners-up of the Premier league (1999 and 2000).

History[edit]

Names[edit]

  • 1968 : Founded as Avangard
  • 1970 : Renamed Metallist
  • 1979 : Renamed Avangard
  • 1990 : Renamed Metallist
  • 1998 : Renamed Esil
  • 1999 : Renamed Access-Esil
  • 2000 : Renamed Access-Golden Grain
  • 2001 : Renamed Esil Bogatyr
  • 2009 : Renamed Kyzylzhar[1]
  • 2013 : Renamed Kyzyl-Zhar SK

Domestic history[edit]

Season League Kazakhstan Cup Top goalscorer Manager
Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Name League
1992 1st 19 42 18 8 16 84 67 44 1/16 Kazakhstan Radik Baiburin
Kazakhstan Sergei Kondratskiy
18 Kazakhstan Artem Amirdzhanov
1998 2nd 4 4 0 2 2 1 4 2 Kazakhstan Aidar Valeyev 1
1999 1st 2 30 23 3 4 56 19 37 Runners-up Kazakhstan Igor Avdeyev 13 Ukraine Vladimir Strizhevskiy
2000 1st 2 28 24 2 2 59 10 74 1/2 Kazakhstan Igor Avdeyev 10 Kazakhstan Dmitriy Ogai
2001 1st 3 32 21 6 5 51 16 69 1/4 Aleksandr Shatskih 8 Kazakhstan Dmitriy Ogai
2002 1st 9 32 10 7 15 31 35 37 1/8 Russia Sergei Kondratskiy 10 Kazakhstan Leonid Ostroushko
Kazakhstan Ravil Ramazanov
2003 1st 11 32 10 6 16 42 53 36 1/2 Kazakhstan Viktor Zubarev 7 Ukraine Vladimir Strizhevskiy
Kazakhstan Oirat Saduov
2004 1st 6 36 18 5 13 53 40 59 1/8 Armenia Aram Voskanyan 11 Kazakhstan Oirat Saduov
2005 1st 7 30 15 3 12 38 25 48 1/4 Armenia Aram Voskanyan 9 Kazakhstan Oirat Saduov
2006 1st 12 30 8 9 13 20 37 33 1/8 Armenia Aram Voskanyan 8 Kazakhstan Oirat Saduov
2007 1st 11 30 8 13 9 24 28 37 1/8 Armenia Aram Voskanyan
Kazakhstan Evgeniy Averchenko
5 Kazakhstan E.Yarovenko
2008 1st 13 30 4 12 14 21 42 24 1/4 Armenia Aram Voskanyan
Kazakhstan Evgeniy Averchenko
4 Kazakhstan E.Yarovenko
Kazakhstan Bolat Esmagambetov
2009 1st 14 26 3 4 19 14 56 6 1/8 Kazakhstan Ruslan Muhamedzhanov 3 Kazakhstan Bolat Esmagambetov
2010 2nd 10 34 14 4 16 44 57 46 1/16 Kazakhstan Stanislav Shulyak 8 Kazakhstan Yuriy Chuhleba
2011 2nd 14 32 8 10 14 38 54 31 1/8 Kazakhstan Roman Seliverstov 10 Kazakhstan Yuriy Chuhleba
2012 2nd 11 30 11 7 12 36 43 40 1/16 Kazakhstan Timur Muldinov 8 Kazakhstan Yuriy Chuhleba
Kazakhstan Sergey Stoyakin
2013 2nd 4 34 20 5 9 52 35 65 1/16 Ukraine Oleksandr Zgura 16 Kazakhstan Vyacheslav Ledovskih
2014 2nd 9 28 12 1 15 41 45 37 1/8 Georgia (country) David Chagelishvili 10 Kazakhstan Eduard Glazunov
Kazakhstan Vladimir Linchevskiy
2015 2nd 4 24 14 4 6 41 19 46 1/16 Georgia (country) David Chagelishvili 10 Kazakhstan Vladimir Fomichev

Current squad[edit]

[2] 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 Roman Nesterenko
13 Kazakhstan GK Nikita Kalmykov
18 Kazakhstan GK Mikhail Golubnichi
4 Kazakhstan DF Karam Sultanov
94 Kazakhstan DF Victor Gunchenko
71 Kazakhstan DF Alexander Sokolenko
21 Kazakhstan DF Almas Sapargaliyev
28 Kazakhstan DF Vladimir Sedelnikov
33 Kazakhstan DF Adil Sergaliev
40 Kazakhstan DF Ildar Aitov
22 Kazakhstan MF Ali Aliyev
70 Kazakhstan MF Auezkhan Kozhabaev
No. Position Player
8 Kazakhstan MF Evgeni Averchenko
5 Serbia MF Nemanja Vidic
16 Kazakhstan MF Aslan Dzhanuzakov
17 Kazakhstan MF Andrey Burtsev
23 Kazakhstan MF Artem Volkov
10 Kazakhstan MF Timur Muldinov
20 Kazakhstan FW Georgi Makayev
7 Kazakhstan FW Timur Bayzhanov
11 Russia FW Sergey Strukov
24 Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Bosko Stupic
77 Kazakhstan FW Igor Popadinets
9 Kazakhstan FW Yuriy Pertsukh

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Petropavlovsk now cheers for Kyzylzhar sport.gazeta.kz, Jan. 4, 2009
  2. ^ "Состав команды". http://fckyzyl-zharsk.kz/ (in Russian). FC Kyzylzhar. Archived from the original on 19 November 2015. Retrieved 18 November 2015.  External link in |website= (help)