Ivan Artemyev

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Ivan Timofeevich Artemyev (7(19) August 1895, Lobkovo, Ryazan Province, - October 18, 1968, Moscow) was a Russian football player involved in the founding of FC Spartak Moscow.

Artemyev was living in Presnya, a district of Moscow, at the time of the Russian Revolution. He soon played a leading role in organising sporting activity in what was one of the most ardently revolutionary districts of Moscow. The Moscow Sports Circle was formed in 1921, and by 1922 had opened a stadium on a former potato field.[1][2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Edelman, Robert (2002). "A Small Way of Saying "No": Moscow Working Men, Spartak Soccer, and the Communist Party, 1900-1945" (PDF). The American Historical Review. 107 (No. 5. (Dec., 2002)): 1441–1474. Retrieved 19 May 2018.
  2. ^ Tanguy, Vincent (13 March 2016). "Starostin Means Footballer in Russian - Russian Football News". Russian Football News. Retrieved 19 May 2018.