Maardu Linnameeskond

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Maardu Linnameeskond
Logo of Maardu FC Starbunker.png
Full nameMaardu Linnameeskond
Founded1997; 22 years ago (1997)
GroundMaardu Stadium
Capacity1.000
ChairmanAleksandr Matvejev
ManagerAndrei Borissov
LeagueMeistriliiga
2018Esiliiga, 1st (promoted)

Maardu Linnameeskond is a football club, based in Maardu, Estonia.

Founded in 1997, the club plays in the Meistriliiga since 2019.

Maardu Linnameeskond also has a reserve team in II Liiga North/West called Maardu Linnameeskond II

Honours[edit]

Domestic[edit]

Winners (2): 2017, 2018
Winners (1): 2015
Winners (1): 2013
Winners (1): 2011
Third place (4): 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
Third place (1): 2006

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 1 August 2019.[1]

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 GK Maksim Zelentsov
2 Estonia DF Vladislav Tšurilkin
3 Estonia DF Alger Džumadil
4 Ukraine DF Klymentiy Boldyrev
5 Estonia DF Anton Aristov
6 Nigeria FW Jasper Uwaegbulam
7 Estonia MF Vladislav Ogordnik
8 Estonia MF Maksim Krivošein
9 Estonia FW Vitali Gussev
10 Lithuania MF Domantas Antanavicius
11 Estonia MF Ilja Zelentsov (captain)
12 Estonia DF Deniss Kovtun
No. Position Player
14 Estonia DF Erik Grigorjev
16 Estonia MF Vadim Aksjonov
17 Estonia MF Vadim Šalabai
19 Russia DF Yaroslav Dmitriev
20 Estonia DF Rain Aasmäe
21 Japan MF Sho Hayasaka
22 Estonia MF Deniss Suvorikov
23 Estonia DF Deniss Malov
24 Japan MF Kotaro Amemiya
25 Estonia GK Ilja Kassjantšuk
77 Estonia MF Nikita Brõlin

Personnel[edit]

Statistics[edit]

League and Cup[edit]

Season Division Pos Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Avg. Att. Top goalscorer Cup Notes
2006 IV liiga 3 22 15 1 6 108 36 +72 46 Estonia Vjatšeslav Gušinets (29) Second round as Maardu Esteve
2007 III liiga 3 22 18 0 4 123 37 +86 54 Estonia Tõnis Starkopf (43) Fourth round
2008 3 20 13 4 3 65 37 +28 43 Estonia Tõnis Starkopf (23) Third round
2009 3 22 17 0 5 99 39 +60 51 Estonia Maksim Krivošein (34) Second round
2010 3 22 14 4 4 90 37 +53 46 33 Estonia Maksim Krivošein (29) as FC Maardu
2011 1 22 19 2 1 78 18 +60 59 59 Estonia Maksim Krivošein (19) Fourth round
2012 II liiga 8 26 9 4 13 62 61 +1 31 38 Estonia Vadim Šalabai (12) Third round
2013 1 24 19 2 3 80 29 +51 59 68 Ukraine Klimentiy Boldyrev (26) Second round as Maardu FC Starbunker
2014 Esiliiga B 5 36 16 2 18 70 85 −15 50 61 Ukraine Klimentiy Boldyrev (14) Fourth round
2015 1 36 26 3 7 92 38 +54 81 73 Ukraine Klimentiy Boldyrev (25) Second round
2016 Esiliiga 4 36 16 6 14 83 75 +8 54 86 Estonia Vitali Gussev (31) Second round as Maardu Linnameeskond
2017 1[2] 36 24 5 7 92 44 +48 77 105 Estonia Vitali Gussev (38) First round
2018 1 36 29 1 6 126 38 +88 88 120 Estonia Vitali Gussev (46) Quarter-final

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Maardu Linnameeskond (2018)". Eesti Jalgpalli Liit. Retrieved 25 February 2018.
  2. ^ "Maardu loobus Premium liigast, asemele tõuseb Kuressaare" (in Estonian). soccernet.ee. 18 December 2017.

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