MFK Dina Moskva

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ISK Dina Moskva
Full name Imperial Sport Club Dina
Founded 1991
Ground DS Kvant,
Troitsk, Moscow Oblast,
Russian Federation
Ground Capacity 1,000
Chairman Russia Sergey Anatolievich Kozlov
Manager Russia Andrei Yudin
League Superliga
2013-14 Superliga Regular: 3rd / Play-off: 1st

Imperial Sport Club Dina Moskva is a futsal club based in Moscow, but playing their home games at town Troitsk-Moscow.

History[edit]

Russia[edit]

In 1991 Moscow businessman Sergey Kozlov donated USSR futsal championship. He liked the sport very much and decided to create his own club. The name of the club – Dina - is the name of Kozlov’s wife.

In its first season Dina is becoming CIS championship winner. After that Dina won all Russian championship titles till 2001 – that season Spartak Moscow under Evgeny Lovchev became the strongest team in the country.

For many years Dina’s players formed Russian national team. Golden era of the club is connected with Konstantin Yeryomenko, one of the best players in world futsal history. On European championship 1999, won by Russian national team, 11 players in Russian side were Dina players.

In 2000s Dina had lack of success. The main records are 1st place in regular Russian championship (2001/02), silver medals of Russian championship (2003/04) and Russian Cup final (2001 and 2002).

In 2009/10 Dina showed the worst result in its history – 9th place. During the season the club got new coach –Miguel Andres Moreno from Spain. Dina signed first world champion in its history – spanish Marcelo. However, next season Dina’s result was even worse – 10th place (last but one in the table).

In 2011 Dina president Sergey Kozlov asked Great princess Maria Vladimirovna, living in Madrid, for permission to get the name «Imperial sport club Dina». In 2012 the permission was received.

In 2013/14 Dina occupied the third place in regular championship. In the play-off the club beat Sinara (Ekaterinburg), Sibiryak (Novosibirsk) and Gazprom-Yugra (Yugorsk) and became Russian champions for the first time in 14 years.

International[edit]

Dina made its debut in Futsal European Clubs Championship in 1993/94. Moscow side won italian Torino but lost croatian Uspinjaka and didn’t qualify to final. Dina did it the next year and won spanish Maspalomas Sol Europa. After that Dina got two titles of the best team in Europe: in 1996/97 (opponent in the final – italian BNL Calcetto) and in 1998/99 (won in final Lazio).

Dina organized five tournaments of International Futsal Cup, which were held in Moscow from 1997 to 2001. Moscow club won the first one, where they struggled against brazilian Inter/Ulbra.

In 2014/15 Dina qualified for Final Four of UEFA Futsal Cup, holding in Lisbon from 24 to 26 April.

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
12 Russia GK Dmitry Faizullin
30 Russia GK Igor Trushkin
61 Russia GK Sergey Zuev
5 Brazil DF Carlos Eduardo Moro
10 Brazil DF Alemão
13 Russia DF Evgeni Misharin
6 Russia MF Zabolonkov Andrey
8 Russia MF Yan Kuzenok
11 Russia MF Roman Glavatskih
14 Russia MF Dmitri Prudnikov
16 Russia MF Danil Kutuzov
19 Russia MF Konstantin Agapov
25 Russia MF Damir Hamadiev
7 Brazil FW Leandro Esquerdinha
20 Russia FW Sergey Sytin

Achievements[edit]

Domestic competitions[edit]

  • Russian Champions (8): 1992/93, 1993/94, 1994/95, 1995/96, 1996/97, 1997/98, 1998/99, 1999/2000, 2013/2014
  • CIS Champions (1): 1991/1992
    • Russian Championship runners-up (1): 2003/04
  • Russian Cup winners (7): 1992, 1993, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999
    • Russian Cup runners-up (3): 1994, 2001, 2002.
  • League Cup winners (2): 1993, 1995
    • League Cup runners-up (3): 1994, 1997, 1998

International competitions[edit]

Famous players[edit]

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