Gazprom-Ugra Yugorsk

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Gazprom-Ugra Yugorsk
Full name Мини-футбольный клуб Газпром-Югра
Mini-Football Club Gazprom-Ugra Yugorsk
Founded 1992
Ground DS «Yubileiny», Yugorsk
Chairman Paul Zavalny
Manager Kaka
League Superleague
2014–15 Superleague, 1st

Gazprom-Ugra Yugorsk (Russian: Мини-футбольный клуб Газпром-Югра) is a futsal club based in Yugorsk, Russia. It was founded in 1992. Today Ugra Yugorsk is competing in the Russian Super League. In the 2014/2015 season, Yugra won its first trophy there. A season later they won the prestigious UEFA Futsal Cup, defeating Inter Movistar in the final. The club is owned by Russian state-controlled energy giant Gazprom.

Titles[edit]

  • UEFA Futsal Cup: 2015–16
  • Russian Championship:
    • Gold (1): 2014–15
    • 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
  • European Cup Winners' Cup: 2012

Season to season[edit]

Season Division Place / Playoff
1994/95 Major League (2nd Division) 1st
1995/96 Major League (1st Division) 3rd
1996/97 Major League (1st Division) 3rd
1997/98 Major League (1st Division) 4th
1998/99 Major League (1st Division) 7th
1999/00 Major League (1st Division) 6th
2000/01 Major League (1st Division) 3rd
2001/02 Major League (1st Division) 1/4 / 5th
2002/03 Major League (1st Division) 1/4 / 2nd
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 1/4 final / 3rd
2011/12 Super League 3rd / 6th
2012/13 Super League 2nd / 2nd
2013/14 Super League 2nd / 2nd
2014/15 Super League 1st / 2nd
2015/16 Super League 2nd / 2nd

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
No. Position Player
9 Russia MF Sergei Ivanov
11 Russia MF Igor Zhdanov
23 Russia MF Daniel Davidov
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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