FC Vityaz Podolsk

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FC Vityaz Podolsk
Vityaz logo
Full name Football Club Vityaz Podolsk
Nickname(s) Vityazi (Knights)
Founded 1996; 21 years ago (1996)
Ground Trud Stadium,
Podolsk
Ground Capacity 11,962
Owner 13 people
Chairman Sergei Lalakin
Manager Andrei Romanov
League Russian Professional Football League
Zone Center
2015–16 10th
Website www.fcvityaz.ru

FC Vityaz Podolsk is a Russian football club based in Podolsk that played in the Russian First Division in 2009.

The club was founded in 1996 as a non-professional team. The current team was formed in 2000 and in 2001 it turned professional. The uniforms are all black for home and away games. The club was promoted from the "Center" Zone of the Russian Second Division as champions in the 2007 season.

On 23 December 2009 they gave up their spot in the Russian First Division due to financial difficulties. They played in the Russian Second Division in 2010.[1]

In December 2010 Vityaz merged with FC Avangard Podolsk, the united club is named Vityaz.

Current squad[edit]

As of 24 February 2017, according to the official PFL website. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Russia GK Aleksandr Malygin
Russia GK Andrei Zaytsev
Russia DF Igor Cheminava
Russia DF Yevgeni Fetisov
Russia DF Sergei Korotkov
Russia DF Mikhail Kuleshov
Russia DF Aydar Lisinkov
Russia DF Anton Novikov
Russia MF Denis Anisimov
Russia MF Aleksei Bayev
Russia MF Dmitri Demidov
Russia MF Nikita Dyukov
Russia MF Dmitri Koshelev
No. Position Player
Russia MF Aleksandr Podymov
Russia MF Nikolai Shlychkov
Russia MF Maksim Sopin
Russia MF Aleksandr Yegurnev
Russia MF Nikita Zadorogin
Russia FW Denis Imedadze
Russia FW Ivan Kuznetsov
Russia FW Yegor Larionov
Russia FW Dmitri Remez
Russia FW Ruslan Shoniya
Russia FW Yevgeni Voronin
Russia FW Aleksandr Yuryev

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