|Full name||Mil-Muğan FK|
|Nickname(s)||Pambıqçılar (The Cottongrowers)|
|Founded||2004as MKT-Araz (Reformed in 2013)|
|Ground||Heydar Aliyev – MKT Araz Stadium, Imishli, Azerbaijan|
|League||Azerbaijan First Division|
Mil-Muğan FK is an Azerbaijani football club based in Imishli, that currently plays in Azerbaijan First Division. The club was founded in 2004 by МКТ Istehsalat-Kommersiya, a cotton manufacturing company.
The club was immediately admitted to the AFFA Supreme League after its formation. They finished 8th in 2004/05 and 9th in 2005/06. In 2006 the club also played in the UEFA Intertoto Cup due to the rejection of several Azerbaijan clubs in this competition. Although it was successful in winning the home game against Moldovan Tiraspol in the first stage (1:0), the club lost in Moldova (1:2) and thus, was out of the tournament.
The 2006/07 became the most successful season in club history. The team took 5th place and entered Azerbaijan Cup final losing 0:1, but securing a place in the 2007–08 UEFA Cup season thanks to the fact that the FK Khazar Lankaran won also the championship. But there was another failure: Groclin Grodzisk won in aggregate 1:0.
On 13 August 2007 UEFA declared the club defunct. However, after AFFA's help, they will participate in Azerbaijan First Division 2009-10 In 2011 the club's owners announced again that club will be dissolved and they will not be participating in Azerbaijan First Division. However, after club meeting it was decided that club will participate in 2011–12 Azerbaijan First Division.
In 2013, the club was re-established and changed its name to the Mil-Muğan FK.
Mil-Muğan FK was dissolved on 18 July 2015, after funding was pulled from the club.
Heydar Aliyev Stadium is a modern stadium in Imishli, Azerbaijan and is currently used as club's home ground. It was opened on 23 March 2006 and named after Heydar Aliyev. The stadium holds 8,500 spectators.
European cup history
- Q = Qualifying
|2005/06||UEFA Intertoto Cup||1R||FC Tiraspol||1–0||0–2||1–2|
|2007/08||UEFA Cup||Q1||Groclin Grodzisk||0–0||0–1||0–1|
League and domestic cup history
|2011–12||2nd||7||26||11||3||12||35||43||36||Did not enter|
|2014–15||2nd||13||30||7||5||18||30||65||26||Did not enter|
|2016–17||2nd||7||26||13||5||8||53||33||44||Did not enter|
- As of 4 October 2017
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- Elshad Ahmadov (2004–2005)
- Nadir Gasimov (2005)
- Ihor Nakonechnyi (2005–2007)
- Khalig Mustafayev (2009–2012)
- Matlab Mammadov (2013–2014)
- Khalig Mustafayev (2014–present)
- Football-Plus:Birincilərə sözardı...(in Azerbaijani)
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- Карван, МКТ-Араз и Мугань прекратили свое существование. Azerisport.com (in Russian). Retrieved 24 August 2012.
- ""MKT-Araz" başqa ad altında çıxış edəcək=". sportarena.az (in Azerbaijani). Retrieved 10 September 2013.
- "В Азербайджане развалились еще два футбольных клуба". http://www.azerifootball.com/ (in Russian). Azerifootball. 18 July 2015. Retrieved 19 July 2015. External link in
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