Fili Moscow

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Fili Moscow
Full name Fili Moscow 1967
Founded 1967
Location Moscow, Russia
Ground(s) Fili Stadium (Capacity: 1,000)
League(s) Professional Rugby League

Fili Moscou is a Russian rugby union club based in the western part of Moscow. Fili Moscow are sponsored by the Khrunichev Space Centre, builders of the International Space Station. Fili have in modern times found it hard to emulate their achievements during the 1970s, when they won the Soviet title five times. Fili beat off competition from another Soviet-era power, Zelenograd, for the final RPRL place for 2010 and will, like the other new entrant Spartak Moscow, count avoiding cricket scores against some of the more established teams as a success.[1] They play in light-blue and white.

History[edit]

Fili Moscow was established in 1967, making them one of the older rugby clubs in Moscow.

Championships[edit]

  • Soviet Champions: 1970, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975.
  • Soviet Runners-Up: 1969, 1978, 1979, 1983

2010 Squad[edit]

Name Position DOB Nationality Selections (Pts)
Vadim Fedorov talonneur 14/03/1975  Russia -
Oleg Domnitsky pilier 07/03/1986  Russia -
Victor Tolstov pilier 12/08/1985  Russia -
Kirill Gromov pilier 03/08/1987  Russia -
Yusim Fiodor deuxième ligne 27/01/1990  Russia -
Nikolay Maklenkov deuxième ligne 01/12/1987  Russia -
Anton Kouznetsov deuxième ligne 22/06/1984  Russia -
Alexei Naumchenko deuxième ligne 01/10/1977  Russia -
Alexey Grozdov deuxième ligne 07/12/1989  Russia -
Divari Sakharov deuxième ligne 17/11/1988  Russia -
Georgiy Kolosov troisième ligne 15/02/1990  Russia -
Evgeny Gavrilov cetnre 30/10/1985  Russia -
Kirill Petrakushin troisième ligne 04/01/1977  Russia -
Yusim Valentin troisième ligne 15/04/1985  Russia -
Timofei Smirnov troisième ligne 02/09/1986  Russia -
Vladimir Kozmik troisième ligne 29/12/1988  Russia -
Vladimir Kruglyak troisième ligne 19/06/1990  Russia -
Alexander Naumov demi de mêlée 20/11/1987  Russia -
Pavlo Goyak demi de mêlée 03/11/1990  Russia -
Maxim Martyshi demi de mêlée 02/11/1991  Russia -
Ilya Borisov demi d'ouverture 15/07/1986  Russia -
Dmitry Kamensky centre 01/07/1985  Russia -
Igor Belyakov centre 21/01/1988  Russia -
Sergey Kuzin centre 23/04/1987  Russia -
Andreï Mokryakov centre 18/04/1990  Russia -
Alexei Podlipaev ailier 24/03/1988  Russia -
Vassily Surzhikov ailier 09/08/1988  Russia -
Anton Unisov ailier 07/07/1988  Russia -
Dimitri Kratkovsky ailier 07/09/1989  Russia -
Jamal Tsaroev ailier 26/01/1990  Russia -
Maxim Martynov ailier 01/01/1990  Russia -
Dimitri Komarov ailier 29/01/1990  Russia -
Vladimir Loginov arrière 13/03/1979  Russia -
Andrei Afonin arrière 28/01/1985  Russia -

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