FC Zaria Bălți

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FC Zaria Bălți
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Full name Football Club Zaria Bălți
Founded 1984
Ground Stadionul Orășenesc
Bălți, Moldova
Ground Capacity 5,953
Owner Primăria Bălți
President Andrian Bogdan
Head Coach Vlad Goian
League Divizia Naţională
2016–17 4th
Current season
Old logo

FC Zaria Bălți is a Moldovan football club based in Bălți, Moldova. They play in the Divizia Națională, the top division in Moldovan football. Between 1992 and 2014 the club was known as Olimpia Bălți.

The club gained worldwide notoriety in December 2009 for putting an online bid through which the winner would awarded a one-year contract as a player with the club.[1] The winner was a Brazilian businessman who had a brief career as a footballer in his native country. Nevertheless, the winning bidder declined the position stating that, since he never paid the application fee, he assumed his bid would not be taken into account.[2] In April 2010 the club called for a new bidding round.[3] The winner was never announced, though.


European record[edit]

UEFA Europa League
Season Round Opponents Home leg Away leg Aggregate
2010–11 Q1 Azerbaijan Khazar Lankaran
0–0
1–1
1–1
Q2 Romania Dinamo București
0–2
1–5
1–7
2016–17 Q1 Hungary Videoton
2–0
0–3
2–3
2017–18 Q1 Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo
Notes
  • Q1: First qualifying round
  • Q2: Second qualifying round

Current squad[edit]

As of 19 June 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 Moldova GK Vladimir Livșiț
12 Moldova GK Lucian Cebotari
33 Moldova GK Serghei Pașcenco

2 Moldova DF Victor Golovatenco
5 Moldova DF Andrei Novicov
14 Ukraine DF Andriy Slinkin
15 Moldova DF Cristian Dros
20 Ukraine DF Oleh Yermak
26 Bulgaria DF Tihomir Trifonov

3 Moldova MF Ion Cărăruș
4 Moldova MF Alexandru Onica (captain)
No. Position Player
8 Moldova MF Vadim Rață
10 Moldova MF Igor Țîgîrlaș
16 Moldova MF Alexandru Suvorov
19 Moldova MF Maxim Mihaliov
22 Argentina MF Rubén Gómez
88 Moldova MF Alexandru Grosu
97 Moldova MF Artur Dobrovinschi

9 Moldova FW Gheorghe Ovseanicov
11 Moldova FW Gheorghe Boghiu
17 Moldova FW Vladimir Grigorișin
18 Moldova FW Vadim Gulceac

Club officials[edit]

Managers[edit]

Achievements[edit]

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