FC SKA-Khabarovsk

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SKA-Khabarovsk
FC SKA-Khabarovsk crest 2016.jpg
Full name Футбольный клуб СКА-Хабаровск
(Football Club SKA-Khabarovsk)
Founded 1946; 72 years ago (1946)
Ground Lenin Stadium,
Khabarovsk, Russia
Capacity 15,200
Owner Khabarovsk Krai
RusHydro (through subsidiary)
Komsomolsk-on-Amur Aircraft Production Association
Chairman Aleksei Kandalintsev
Manager Vadim Evseev
League Russian Football National League
2017–18 Russian Premier League, 16th (relegated)
Website Club website

Football Club SKA-Khabarovsk (Russian: Футбольный клуб СКА-Хабаровск) is a Russian professional association football club based in Khabarovsk. They played in the Russian Premier League for the first time ever in the 2017–18 season.

History[edit]

The club has been known under different names:

  • DKA (−1953)
  • ODO (1954)
  • DO (1955–56)
  • OSK (1957)
  • SKVO (1957–59)
  • SKA (1960–99)
  • SKA-Energia (1999–2016)
  • SKA-Khabarovsk (2016–)[1]

The club has participated in the Soviet championships since 1957. SKA were the quarter-finalists of the Soviet Cup in 1963. They had never played in the Soviet Top League or Russian Premier League, until 2017.

SKA's best result in the Soviet First League was the 6th position in 1980, and their best result in the Russian First Division was 4th position in 2012–13. This entitled them to a promotion/relegation play-off against FC Rostov, 13th place in the RPL, but they lost 3–0 on aggregate and missed their chance to compete in the top flight.

At the end of the 2016–17 season, SKA equalled their record best finish, at the same time qualifying for a promotion play-off against FC Orenburg. On 28 May 2017, SKA were promoted to the Russian Premier League for the first time in their history, after beating FC Orenburg in the promotion play-off. They won 5–3 in a penalty shoot-out, after 0–0 draws in both the home and away legs.

SKA started their first Premier League season with 4 losses. After improving results in the next stretch of games, the losses starting mounting up again. Aleksei Poddubskiy was replaced as manager by Rinat Bilyaletdinov during the winter break, Bilyaletdinov only lasted 4 games before being replaced by Sergei Perednya. On 22 April 2018, SKA lost 0–1 to FC Dynamo Moscow at home (which was their 13th loss in a stretch of 15 winless games) and lost mathematical chances to avoid relegation back to the second-tier Russian Football National League.

Domestic history[edit]

Season League Russian Cup Top goalscorer Manager
Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Name League
2008 2nd 8th 42 17 10 15 63 60 61 Round of 32 Russia Aleksandr Yarkin 21
2009 2nd 11th 38 12 11 15 43 42 47 Fifth round Russia Vasili Karmazinenko 9
2010 2nd 11th 38 15 8 15 37 39 53 Round of 16 Russia Vasili Karmazinenko 10
2011–12 2nd 11th 48 16 14 18 57 66 62 Fifth round
Fifth round
Russia Yevgeni Lutsenko 13 Russia Igor Protasov
Russia Aleksandr Grigoryan
2012–13 2nd 4th 32 13 13 6 36 26 52 Round of 16 Russia Yevgeni Lutsenko 8 Russia Aleksandr Grigoryan
Georgia (country) Giorgi Daraselia
2013–14 2nd 7th 36 15 11 10 43 34 56 Round of 16 Brazil Nathan Júnior 9 Lithuania Valdas Ivanauskas
2014–15 2nd 14th 38 13 10 15 36 35 49 Fourth Round Brazil Nathan Júnior 6 Lithuania Valdas Ivanauskas
Russia Aleksandr Grigoryan
2015–16 2nd 14th 38 13 10 15 36 35 49 Round of 16 Russia Konstantin Bazelyuk 10 Russia Aleksandr Grigoryan
2016–17 2nd 4th 38 15 14 9 45 33 59 Round of 16 Armenia Ruslan Koryan 12 Russia Aleksandr Grigoryan
Russia Aleksei Poddubskiy
2017–18 1st 16th 30 2 7 21 16 55 13 Quarterfinal Serbia Miroslav Marković 4 Russia Aleksei Poddubskiy
Russia Rinat Bilyaletdinov
Russia Sergei Perednya

Current squad[edit]

As of 31 August 2018, according to the official FNL website.[2] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
3 Russia DF Nikolai Zaytsev
5 Russia DF Ivan Khomukha
6 Russia MF Pavel Karasyov (on loan from Anzhi Makhachkala)
7 Turkmenistan MF Maksim Kazankov
10 Russia MF Vladislav Nikiforov
11 Russia FW Konstantin Bazelyuk (on loan from CSKA Moscow)
14 Russia FW Aleksandr Radchenko
17 Russia MF Dmitri Kabutov
18 Ukraine DF Vitaliy Pryndeta
19 Ukraine MF Vitaliy Fedotov
21 Russia DF Konstantin Garbuz (on loan from Tambov)
22 Poland FW Łukasz Sekulski
23 Ivory Coast DF Cédric Gogoua
25 Russia GK Mikhail Oparin
26 Russia MF Aleksandr Cherevko
27 Russia DF Dmitri Ponomarenko
29 Russia GK Vladislav Soromytko
No. Position Player
31 Russia GK Yegor Generalov
33 Georgia (country) MF Irakli Kvekveskiri
34 Russia MF Leonid Vashchenko
35 Russia DF Vasili Ilik
44 Russia DF Nikolai Fadeyev
57 Russia MF Lev Tkhya
66 Russia MF Kirill Lisin
69 Ukraine MF Denys Dedechko
71 Russia GK Daniil Abaimov
77 Russia DF Maksim Nenakhov (on loan from Dynamo Moscow)
78 Russia FW Ignat Golovkov
79 Russia MF Aleksey Shalygin
88 Russia MF Oleg Aleynik
90 Russia MF Semyon Belyakov
96 Russia MF Aleksandr Maksimenko
97 Russia DF Grigori Trufanov
99 Russia FW Evgeni Kabaev

Notable players[edit]

Had international caps for their respective countries. Players whose name is listed in bold represented their countries while playing for SKA-Energiya.

References[edit]

  1. ^ С 1 июня мы – ФК "СКА-Хабаровск"! (in Russian). FC SKA-Khabarovsk. 2 June 2016. Archived from the original on 14 June 2016.
  2. ^ http://fcska.ru/ska/team/

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