Gazprom-Ugra Yugorsk

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Gazprom-Ugra Yugorsk
Full name Мини-футбольный клуб Газпром-Югра (Russian)
Mini-Football Club Gazprom-Ugra Yugorsk (English)
Founded 1992
Ground DS «Yubileiny», Yugorsk
Chairman Russia Paul Zavalny
Manager Brazil Kaka
League Superleague
2011-12 Superleague, 3rd

Mini-Football Club Gazprom-Ugra Yugorsk (Мини-футбольный клуб Газпром-Югра in Russian) are a futsal club based in Yugorsk, Russia. They had been founded in 1992. They compete in Russian Futsal Super League.

Titles[edit]

  • Russian Championship:
    • Silver (1): 2007-08
    • Bronze (6): 1995-96, 1996-97, 2000-01, 2006-07, 2008-09, 2011-12
  • Russian Cup: 2012
  • Urals Cup: 2011, 2007

Season to season[edit]

Season Division Place / Playoff
2003/04 Super League 8th
2004/05 Super League 5th
2005/06 Super League 7th
2006/07 Super League 3rd
2007/08 Super League 2nd
2008/09 Super League 3rd
2009/10 Super League 4th
2010/11 Super League 3rd / 1/4 final
2011/12 Super League 6th / 3rd

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

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

No. Position Player
1 Georgia (country) GK Zviad Kupatadze
16 Brazil GK Bruno
30 Russia GK Sergei Slemzin
3 Russia DF Alexander Kopeikin
2 Brazil MF Katata
4 Russia MF Dmitry Lyskov
6 Brazil MF Fernando
8 Brazil MF Marcênio
9 Russia MF Sergei Ivanov
10 Russia MF Robinho
11 Russia MF Igor Zhdanov
23 Russia MF Daniel Davidov
5 Russia FW Eder Lima
12 Russia FW Ivan Chishkala
13 Russia FW Vladimir Goncharov
15 Russia FW Pavel Chistopolov

Notable players[edit]

  • Russia Temur Alekberov
  • Russia Nicholas Bezruchenko
  • Russia Maxim Bodrenko
  • Russia Vitaly Bujor
  • Russia Maksim Gorbunov
  • Russia Vladimir Grigoriev
  • Russia Alex Evteev
  • Russia Valery Ilyin
  • Russia Oleg Kazakov
  • Russia Alexei Kiselyov
  • Russia Leonid Klimovsky
  • Russia Pavel Kobzar
  • Russia Boris Kupetsky
  • Ukraine Sergey Koridze
  • Russia Stanislav Larionov
  • Russia Valery Linnikov
  • Brazil Lucayan
  • Russia Vyacheslav Moskalenko
  • Russia Sergei Panko
  • Russia Brazil Pele
  • Brazil Serjão
  • Russia Andrey Solovyev
  • Russia George Somhishvili
  • Russia Alex Stepanov
  • Russia Oleg Tolstikhin
  • Brazil Tiago
  • Russia Yevgeny Trifonov
  • Russia Alex formin
  • Russia Alexander Khamidulin
  • Russia Alexander Khandokhin

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