Jõhvi FC Lokomotiv

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Jõhvi FC Lokomotiv
Jõhvi FC Lokomotiv logo.svg
Full name Jõhvi Football Club Lokomotiv
Founded 2011[1]
Ground Voka Stadium
Chairman Jevgeni Gužovski
Manager Igor Shashkov
League II Liiga
2015 II Liiga, 4th
Website www.fclokomotiv.eu

Jõhvi FC Lokomotiv is an Estonian football club based in Jõhvi. The club was founded in 2011. Their home stadium is Voka Stadium.

The club was renamed from Jõhvi JK Orbiit to Lokomotiv after the 2011 season.[2]

Jõhvi FC Lokomotiv in Estonian Football[edit]

Season Division Pos Teams Games W D L GF GA GD Points Top goalscores Estonian Cup Notes
1999 IV Liiga East 1 6 20 13 3 4 44 22 +22 42 Estonia Ruslan Berov (14) as Jõhvi JK Orbiit
2000 III Liiga East 2 5 16 9 3 4 39 25 +14 30 Estonia Jevgeni Gužovski (9)
2001 III Liiga East 8 10 18 4 5 9 32 44 −8 17 4 players (5)
2002 III Liiga East 2 10 18 10 6 2 59 24 +25 36 Estonia Sergei Kuzmitšov (23)
2003 III Liiga East 5 10 18 8 4 6 46 36 +10 26 Estonia Aleksandr Kulatšenko (13)
2004 III Liiga East 4 10 18 10 1 7 62 30 +32 31 Estonia Vadim Lavrenko (10)
2005 III Liiga East 1 10 22 15 6 0 69 22 +47 51 Estonia Aleksandr Marašov (14)
2006 II Liiga East/North 6 8 28 11 5 12 47 44 +3 38 Estonia Andrei Kulatšenko (11)
2007 II Liiga East/North 5 14 26 12 6 8 45 26 +19 42 Estonia Igor Rogov (11)
2008 II Liiga East/North 4 14 26 14 6 6 68 28 +40 48 Estonia Aleksandr Marašov (16) -
2009 II Liiga East/North 1 14 26 18 5 3 84 36 +48 59 Russia Aleksandr Avdeev (23) Fourth Round
2010 Esiliiga 10 10 36 6 4 26 35 82 −47 22 Estonia Aleksandr Marašov (8) Third Round
2011 II Liiga East/North 5 14 26 11 8 7 48 37 +9 41 Estonia Jevgeni Gužovski (12) First Round
2012 II Liiga East/North 1 14 26 20 6 0 79 16 +63 66 Estonia Vassili Kulik (18) Third Round as Jõhvi FC Lokomotiv
2013 Esiliiga 2 10 36 20 9 7 80 39 +41 69 Estonia Andrei Jõgi (13) First Round
2014 Meistriliiga 9 10 36 4 6 26 35 115 −80 18 Russia Aleksandr Nikulin (6) Fifth Round
2015 II Liiga East/North 4 14 26 16 3 7 67 38 +29 51 2 players (12) Fifth Round

Current squad[edit]

As of 24 August 2016.[3]

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

No. Position Player
1 Estonia DF Stanislav Andrejev (on loan from JK Sillamäe Kalev)
2 Estonia MF Sergei Bazjukin
3 Russia MF Maksim Bazyukin
4 Estonia DF Oleg Bogdanov
5 Estonia FW Aleksandr Hlobõtsin (on loan from Kohtla-Järve JK Järve)
6 Estonia MF Maksiim Jerjomenko
7 Russia DF Nikolay Khvalov
8 Estonia DF Artur Korepanov
9 Estonia DF Roman Lebedev (on loan from Kohtla-Järve JK Järve)
10 Estonia MF Leonard Levdonen
11 Estonia Deniss Lukin
12 Estonia FW Artur Makarov
13 Estonia GK Maksim Mamutov
No. Position Player
14 Estonia GK Aleksei Olijevski
15 Estonia MF Mark Orikov
16 Estonia MF Sergei Paltsev
17 Estonia MF Igor Poljakov
18 Estonia MF Aleksei Prištšekov
19 Estonia FW Maksim Ristimägi
20 Estonia DF Dmitri Smirnov
21 Russia Roman Smolyar
22 Estonia Pavel Zakutailo
23 Estonia MF Mihhail Tsarjov
24 Estonia MF Deniss Vender
25 Estonia MF Nikita Volkov

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ida-Virumaa spordiliit". sportiv.ee. Retrieved 6 February 2017. 
  2. ^ Конференция, посвященная развитию футбола (in Russian). Jõhvi FC Lokomotiiv. 23 August 2011. Retrieved 3 March 2012. 
  3. ^ "Jõhvi Lokomotiv (2016)". Estonian Football Association. Retrieved 24 June 2016.