MOIK Baku

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MOIK Baku
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Full nameMərkəzi Ordu İdman Klubu
Nickname(s)Hərbçilər (troops)
Founded1961; 58 years ago (1961)
GroundFC Baku Training Base,
Baku, Azerbaijan
Capacity2,500
ChairmanRashad Guliyev
ManagerAzer Baghirov
LeagueAzerbaijan First Division
2018–191st Azerbaijan First Division (promotion)

MOIK Baku is an Azerbaijani football club, based in Baku. MOIK was originally built around the same concept of military sports club as CSKA Moscow, CSKA Sofia.

History[edit]

The club was established under name OIK (Azerbaijani: Ordu İdman Klubu; English: Sports Club of Army) in 1961 as sport society of Azerbaijani Armed Forces and was funded by USSR Ministry of Defense until 1990 and Azerbaijan Ministry of Defense since 1993. It has never participated at any Soviet football league, just one time has entered Soviet Cup and has been eliminated in preliminary round, but 4 times has won Azerbaijan USSR League and 8 times Azerbaijan USSR Cup. MOIK began to participate at Azerbaijan First Division in 1993, making its Azerbaijan Premier League debut in 1995. The club has won Azerbaijan First Division two times. Its best indicator at Azerbaijan Premier League is the 7th place (2001). To the beginning of 2003–04 season the club changed its name into MOIK (Azerbaijani: Mərkəzi Ordu İdman Klubu; English: Central Sports Club of Army).

Achievements[edit]

1962, 1968, 1970, 1979

1962, 1963, 1969, 1970, 1973, 1974, 1976, 1978

Winners (1): 2000–01
Runners-up (3): 1994–95, 2007–08, 2009–10

League and domestic cup history[edit]

Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Domestic Cup
1993–94 2nd 4 18 14 2 2 39 12 30 1/16 Finals
1994–95 2nd 2 28 22 2 4 68 21 46 1/16 Finals
1995–96 1st 9 20 5 1 14 16 43 16 1/16 Finals
1996–97 1st 11 30 7 6 17 26 50 27 1/16 Finals
1997–98 1st 7 26 12 7 7 39 29 43 1/8 Finals
1998–99 1st 9 32 8 11 13 28 36 35 1/8 Finals
1999-00 1st 12 22 3 3 16 11 41 12 1/16 Finals
2000–01 2nd 1 22 16 5 1 67 17 53 1/4 Finals
2001–02 1st 7 30 12 4 16 30 43 34 1/8 Finals
2003–04 1st 8 26 7 8 11 25 32 29 1/4 Finals
2004–05 1st 15 34 7 9 18 24 34 30 1/4 Finals
2005–06 1st 13 26 2 3 21 13 67 9 1/16 Finals
2006–07 2nd 9 18 4 3 11 22 37 15 1/16 Finals
2007–08 2nd 2 10 4 5 1 10 6 17 1/16 Finals
2008–09 1st 14 26 1 2 23 12 64 5 1/8 Finals
2009–10 2nd 2 22 15 2 5 48 25 47 1/16 Finals
2010–11 1st 12 32 4 6 22 14 55 18 1/16 Finals
2011–12 2nd 13 26 7 4 15 34 44 25 N/A
2012–13 2nd 5 24 11 6 7 39 28 39 N/A
2013–14 2nd 12 30 7 8 15 37 56 29 First round
2014–15 2nd 12 30 8 5 17 26 60 29 Second round
2015–16 2nd 4 26 14 5 7 53 24 47 First round
2016–17 2nd 8 26 10 6 10 47 31 36 Second round
2017–18 2nd 4 27 13 5 9 40 32 44 Second round

Current squad[edit]

As of 21 August 2018

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

No. Position Player
1 Azerbaijan GK Ismayil Muradov
2 Azerbaijan DF Ibrahim Sultanov
3 Azerbaijan DF Nijat Askarov
6 Azerbaijan MF Tural Mammarzayev
7 Azerbaijan FW Javidan Shukurov
8 Azerbaijan MF Vusal Naghiyev
9 Azerbaijan FW Raul Yagubzade
10 Azerbaijan MF Orkhan Hasanov (captain)
13 Azerbaijan FW Ravan Babazade
14 Azerbaijan MF Ilgar Alakbarov
17 Azerbaijan DF Yamin Aghakarimzade
20 Azerbaijan DF Elmir Mammadov
21 Azerbaijan MF Ruslan Aghalarov
22 Azerbaijan DF Ilkin Hasanli
No. Position Player
25 Azerbaijan DF Mammad Mammadov
27 Azerbaijan DF Anar Huseynov
33 Azerbaijan DF Farid Nadirov
38 Azerbaijan MF Mubarak Shaguliyev
42 Azerbaijan DF Ibrahim Gadirzade
44 Azerbaijan DF Afsar Mammadov
70 Azerbaijan MF Jeyhun Mukhtarli
77 Azerbaijan MF Fuad Mammadzade
78 Azerbaijan FW Nabi Nabizade
94 Azerbaijan GK Farid Aghayev
97 Azerbaijan DF Anar Hasanov
98 Azerbaijan MF Umid Shukurlu
99 Azerbaijan FW Bahadur Haziyev

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