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Lokomotiv Tashkent
FC Lokomotiv Tashkent logo since 2013
Full nameProfessional Football Club Lokomotiv Tashkent
Nickname(s)Uzbek: Temiryo'lchilar
(Railroaders)
Uzbek: Loko
Founded2002; 16 years ago (2002)
GroundLokomotiv Stadium
Capacity8,000
ManagerRussia Andrey Fyodorov
LeagueUzbekistan Super League
2017Uzbek League, 1st
WebsiteClub website
Current season

PFC Lokomotiv Tashkent (Uzbek: Lokomotiv Toshkent professional futbol klubi, Russian: Футбольный клуб Локомотив Ташкент) is an Uzbekistani football club based in Tashkent.

The owner and main sponsor of the club is a state-owned company Uzbekistan Railways.

History[edit]

Lokomotiv's old logo

Lokomotiv was founded in 2002. In 2002–2003 club played in second level of Uzbek Football – First League and from 2004—2010 in Uzbek League. In the 2009 season Lokomotiv, led by Vadim Abramov reached 6th position in league.

In 2010 Lokomotiv finished 13th and were relegated to the First League. In 2011, they gained promotion to Uzbek League again, finishing 2011 First League season in 1st position.

On 12 December 2011, Khoren Hovhannisyan was appointed as new head coach.[1]

In June 2012 Khoren Oganesian left the club after his contract expired and Ravshan Muqimov was appointed as coach. At the end of the 2012 season the club finished 3rd after Pakhtakor Tashkent and Bunyodkor. This was the club's 2nd best performance in the league and qualified to play in the 2013 AFC Champions League for the first time. In the 2013 AFC Champions League qualifying play-off round Lokomotiv played against Al Nasr based in Dubai but Lokomotiv lost 3–2 and failed to qualify for the group stage of tournament.

In 2013 season Lokomotiv Tashkent finished 2nd after Bunyodkor for the first time in club's history and gained promotion to 2014 AFC Champions League play-off. On 9 February 2014 in 2014 AFC Champions League qualifying play-off round match in Tashkent against Al-Kuwait Lokomotiv lost with score 1:3 and finished its participation in the tournament. On 1 July 2014 in Uzbek Cup semifinal Lokomotiv overcame Pakhtakor in two leg competition by 3:2 and to play in Cup Final against Bunyodkor. In 2014 Cup Final match on 12 November 2014 in Olmaliq, Lokomotiv overcame Bunyodkor by 1:0 and won the trophy for the first time in its first Cup Final. The only goal scored in 106' midfielder Jasur Hasanov. In Uzbek League club finished 2014 season again as runners-up after Pakhtakor like the previous season.

On 8 March 2015, in Supercup match against Pakhtakor, Lokomotiv overcame by 4–0 and won its first SuperCup after a disappointing loss to Bunyodkor in 2014. In 2016 Lokomotiv made double by winning League and Uzbek Cup. Lokomotiv won 2016 League and became the champions for the first time in its history after three consequent seasons finishing as runners-up (2013-2015). In 2017 Lokomotiv made its second double, winning second champions title and Cup.

Domestic[edit]

Season League Cup Super Cup Asia Top scorer
Division P W D L F A GD Pts Pos. Comp. Result Name Goals
2002 Pro League (2) 32 15 5 12 48 36 12 50 8th N/A N/A N/A
2003 Pro League (2) 28 20 3 5 78 22 56 63 2nd First Round Ravshan Bozorov 19
2004 Super League (1) 26 10 6 10 37 35 2 36 6th Quarter-finals Marsel Idiatullin 7
2005 26 9 3 14 39 46 –7 30 10th Quarter-finals 11
2006 30 10 8 12 39 55 –16 38 9th Round of 16 13
2007 30 6 8 16 25 44 –19 26 14th Round of 32 Ilkhom Muminjonov 5
2008 30 11 4 15 41 38 3 37 8th Round of 32 Marsel Idiatullin 8
2009 30 11 9 10 34 40 –6 42 6th Round of 32 N/A N/A
2010 Super League (1) 26 6 5 15 20 38 –18 23 13th Semi-finals Olim Navkarov 6
2011 Pro League (2) 30 25 4 1 102 11 91 79 1st Round of 16 Zayniddin Tadjiyev 30
2012 Super League (1) 26 14 7 9 43 22 21 49 3rd Quarter-finals 11
2013 26 19 3 4 63 21 42 60 2nd Semi-finals ACL Play-off Farhod Tadjiyev 17
2014 26 20 4 2 58 21 37 64 2nd Winner Runners-up Play-off 13
2015 30 23 5 2 66 22 44 74 2nd Semi-finals Winner Group stage Sanjar Shaakhmedov 14
2016 30 23 5 2 77 24 53 74 1st Winner Quarter-finals Temurkhuja Abdukholiqov 22
2017 30 22 4 4 67 20 47 70 1st Winner Group stage Marat Bikmaev 27
2018 To be determined Group stage To be determined
Winner Runners-up Third Place Promoted Relegated

Continental[edit]

Goalkeeper of Lokomotiv Pavel Bugalo in 2011–13
AFC Champions League
Date Round Result Team Venue Season
9 February 2013 Play-off 2–3 United Arab Emirates Al-Nasr Dubai, United Arab Emirates 2013 AFC Champions League
9 February 2014 Play-off 1–3 Kuwait Al-Kuwait Tashkent, Uzbekistan 2014 AFC Champions League
25 February 2015 Group stage 1–3 Saudi Arabia Al-Hilal Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 2015 AFC Champions League
4 March 2015 1–1 Iran Foolad Tashkent, Uzbekistan
17 March 2015 2–6 Qatar Al-Sadd Doha, Qatar
8 April 2015 5–0 Qatar Al-Sadd Tashkent, Uzbekistan
21 April 2015 1–2 Saudi Arabia Al-Hilal Tashkent, Uzbekistan
5 May 2015 0–1 Iran Foolad Ahvaz, Iran
23 February 2016 Group stage 1–1 Saudi Arabia Al-Ittihad Tashkent, Uzbekistan 2016 AFC Champions League
1 March 2016 1–1 Saudi Arabia Al-Ittihad Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
15 March 2016 2–0 Iran Sepahan Isfahan, Iran
6 April 2016 1–0 Iran Sepahan Tashkent, Uzbekistan
20 April 2016 1–1 United Arab Emirates Al-Nasr Dubai, United Arab Emirates
4 May 2016 0–0 United Arab Emirates Al-Nasr Tashkent, Uzbekistan
17 May 2016 Round of 16 0–0 Saudi Arabia Al-Hilal Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
24 May 2016 2–1 Saudi Arabia Al-Hilal Tashkent, Uzbekistan
23 August 2016 Quarter-finals 0–0 United Arab Emirates Al-Ain Al Ain, United Arab Emirates
13 September 2016 0–1 United Arab Emirates Al-Ain Tashkent, Uzbekistan
20 February 2017 Group stage 0–1 Saudi Arabia Al-Taawoun Buraidah, Saudi Arabia 2017 AFC Champions League
27 February 2017 2–0 United Arab Emirates Al-Ahli Tashkent, Uzbekistan
13 March 2017 0–2 Iran Esteghlal Tehran, Iran
11 April 2017 1–1 Iran Esteghlal Tashkent, Uzbekistan
25 April 2017 4–4 Saudi Arabia Al-Taawoun Tashkent, Uzbekistan
9 May 2017 0–4 United Arab Emirates Al-Ahli Dubai, United Arab Emirates
12 February 2018 Group stage 5–0 United Arab Emirates Al-Wahda Tashkent, Uzbekistan 2018 AFC Champions League
19 February 2018 0–2 Iran Zob Ahan Isfahan, Iran
6 March 2018 2–3 Qatar Al-Duhail Doha, Qatar
12 March 2018 1–2 Qatar Al-Duhail Tashkent, Uzbekistan
3 April 2018 4–1 United Arab Emirates Al-Wahda Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
17 April 2018 1–1 Iran Zob Ahan Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Stadium[edit]

The club played its home matches at TTYMI Stadium, a stadium of Tashkent Institute of Railway Transport Engineers. In 2009 Lokomotiv started with construction of a new 8,000-all-seater arena, Lokomotiv Stadium at the place of Traktor Tashkent Stadium and renovation works were finished in Spring 2012. The sport complex includes sporting facilities, a hotel and car parking for 270 vehicles.[2] The new stadium was opened on 11 May 2012 with an official 2012 Uzbek League match between Lokomotiv and FK Andijan.[3][4] Currently Lokomotiv plays its home matches both at Lokomotiv Stadium and TTYMI Stadium. As of 2017 all home games are played only at TTZ stadium.

Kit manufacturers and shirt sponsors[edit]

The shirt sponsor of Lokomotiv is the national rail carrier O'zbekiston Temir Yo'llari. Lokomotiv's shirts had been made by manufacturer Adidas until 2013. In February 2013, it was announced the club had signed a contract with Joma as the club's new kit manufacturer.

Period Kit manufacturer Shirt partner
2002–2012 Adidas Uzbekistan Railways
2013–2017 Joma
2018– OrientFinansBank

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 6 February 2018[5]

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 Ignatiy Nesterov (Captain)
5 Georgia (country) MF Kakhi Makharadze
7 Uzbekistan MF Sadriddin Abdullaev
9 Uzbekistan MF Ikromjon Alibaev
10 Uzbekistan FW Marat Bikmaev
11 Uzbekistan FW Temurkhuja Abdukholiqov
12 Uzbekistan GK Mamur Ikromov
14 Uzbekistan FW Azizbek Amonov
15 Uzbekistan MF Sardor Mirzayev
19 Uzbekistan MF Husniddin Gafurov
20 Uzbekistan DF Islom Tukhtakhodjaev
23 Uzbekistan MF Idris Bikmaykin
22 Uzbekistan MF Sanjar Shaakhmedov
No. Position Player
27 Uzbekistan MF Sardor Rashidov
28 Uzbekistan DF Shukhrat Mukhammadiev
33 Uzbekistan DF Oleg Zoteev
44 Uzbekistan DF Sergey Prokhorov
55 Uzbekistan DF Anzur Ismailov
69 Uzbekistan MF Boburjon Ergashev
77 Uzbekistan MF Diyorjon Turapov
88 Serbia MF Igor Jelić
96 Uzbekistan GK Rustam Nartadjiev
99 Russia DF Nikolai Pogrebnyak
Uzbekistan GK Sarvar Karimov
Uzbekistan DF Farrukh Ibrokhimov

Current technical staff[edit]

As of 21 April 2017
Position Name
Manager Russia Andrey Fyodorov
Assistant coach Australia Mirko Jelicic
Assistant coach Uzbekistan Timur Kapadze
Goalkeeping coach Uzbekistan Petr Gizumchuk
Club doctor Uzbekistan Abror Pirriev

Management[edit]

President Mansur Radjapov
Team Manager Tolabek Akramov
Sporting Director Ravshan Muqimov
Marketing and Media officer Mamurjon Mamadaliev

Source:[1]

Honours[edit]

Uzbek League (2)
2016, 2017
Uzbekistan First League (1)
2011
Uzbek Cup (3)
2014, 2016, 2017
Uzbekistan Super Cup (1)
2015

Managerial history[edit]

Notable players[edit]

Had international caps for their respective countries or made significant contributions to the team in terms of appearances or goals. Players whose name is listed in bold are still playing for Lokomotiv.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "armfootball.com: Хорен Оганесян возглавит ташкентский "Локомотив". 12.12.2011. (in Russian)
  2. ^ "В Узбекистане до марта 2013 года построят и реконструируют 8 стадионов 24 января 2011, (in Russian)
  3. ^ ""Локомотив"нинг янги стадиондаги илк ўйини дуранг билан якунланди" (in Uzbek). pfl.uz. 11 May 2012. Retrieved 11 May 2012.
  4. ^ ФК "Локомотив" обзавелся новым стадионом (in Russian). gazeta.uz. 11 May 2012. Retrieved 11 May 2012.
  5. ^ "Lokomotiv players list for 2018 AFC Champions League". Championat.asia. 2018-02-06.}

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