FK Buxoro

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FK Buxoro
FK Buxoro Logo 2013.jpg
Full nameBuxoro futbol klubi
Nickname(s)Steppe Warriors (Tajik: Razmandagoni Dasht)
Founded1989
GroundBuxoro Arena
Capacity22,700[1]
ManagerUlugbek Bakayev
LeagueUzbek League
20186th

Buxoro FK (Uzbek: Buxoro futbol klubi, Tajik: Dastai Futboli Buxoro) is an Uzbekistani football club based in Bukhoro. They play in the top division in Uzbekistani football.

History[edit]

The old club logo in 2009–12

The club was founded in 1960 under name Bukhoro. In 1989 club was renamed to Nurafshon. During the 1990 season the club played in the Soviet Second League, zone "East", finishing in 4th position. Buxoro played its first Oliy League season in 1992. The best club performance in Oliy League is runners-up of 1994 season after Neftchi Farg'ona. FK Bukhoro played three times in semi-final of Uzbek Cup. In 2005 Cup semi-final club lost to Neftchi Farg'ona in two legs by 1–3 and in 2012 lost to Nasaf with a 3–5 score. After the 2013 season had finished, on 10 November 2013 Edgar Gess became new head coach of Bukhoro, replacing Tachmurad Agamuradov in this position.

Name changes[edit]

  • 1960–67: Bukhoro
  • 1967–80: Fakel
  • 1980–88: Bukhoro
  • 1989–97: Nurafshon
  • 1997–: Buxoro

League history[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 24 October 2018

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Uzbekistan GK Muxiddin Xudoyorov
3 Uzbekistan DF Sardor Rakhmonov
5 Uzbekistan MF Maksimilian Fomin
7 Uzbekistan MF Sukhrob Nematov
8 Uzbekistan MF Salamat Quttiboyev
10 Uzbekistan MF Shavkat Salomov
11 Uzbekistan FW San'at Shixov
14 Uzbekistan MF Alisher Sanoyev
16 Uzbekistan MF Artyom Filiposyan
17 Uzbekistan MF Jamoliddin Ubaydullayev
No. Position Player
18 Uzbekistan MF Bahodir Pardayev
18 Uzbekistan DF Dilshod Khojiyev
19 Uzbekistan MF Jasur Khasanov
23 Uzbekistan DF Aleksandr Merzlyakov
61 Uzbekistan MF Aziz Ibragimov
85 Uzbekistan DF Ruslan Melziddinov
93 Uzbekistan MF Rakhmatjon Hojiyev

Honours[edit]

Runners-up: 1994
Winner: 2010

Managerial history[edit]

References[edit]

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