FC Tekstilshchik Kamyshin

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Tekstilshchik
Logo of FC Tekstilshchik Kamyshin.png
Full name Football Club
Tekstilshchik Kamyshin
Founded 1958; 56 years ago (1958)
Ground Tekstilshchik Stadium,
Kamyshin
Chairman N/A
Manager N/A
League Amateur Football League,
South zone
2008 13th
Home colours
Away colours

FC Tekstilshchik Kamyshin was a Russian football club based in Kamyshin, Volgograd Oblast. In 1990s the club spent five seasons in the Russian Top Division and played in the UEFA Cup, but now plays in the Amateur Football League.

Tekstilshchik played in the Soviet Second League since 1988 and were promoted to the First League after the 1990 season. After finishing 11th in 1991 they were entitled to enter the Russian Top Division formed after dissolution of USSR. In 1993 Tekstilshchik finished fourth in the league, achieving the best result in club's history. In 1996-1998 the club suffered three consecutive relegations (17th in Top Division in 1996, 19th in First Division in 1997, excluded from Second Division in 1998). After this Tekstilshchik played in the Amateur League until 2002, when they were promoted back to the Second Division. In 2005 they finished last in their zone, but were saved from relegation by extension of the division. However, they finished 17th in their zone and relegated to Amateur League in 2006 but she readmitted again due to DagDiesel Kapsiysk denied her professional licence and Angust Nazran was declared bankrupt on February 2 and soon dissolved.

Tekstilshchik participated in the UEFA Cup in 1994-95 and reached the second round.

On May 20, 2009 the club was dissolved by the decision of Kamyshin mayor Aleksandr Chunakov.

Reserve squad[edit]

Tekstilshchik's reserve squad played professionally as FC Tekstilshchik-d Kamyshin (Russian Second League in 1992) and FC Energiya-d Kamyshin (Russian Third League in 1997).

Notable past players[edit]

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

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