Oleg Oshenkov

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Oleg Oshenkov
Personal information
Full name Oleg Aleksandrovich Oshenkov
Date of birth 27 May 1911
Place of birth Saint Petersburg, Russian Empire
Date of death 1 January 1976(1976-01-01) (aged 64)
Place of death Kiev, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1931 Krasnyi Treugolnik ? (?)
1932–34 Promkooperatsia ? (?)
1935 Spartak Leningrad ? (?)
1936–40 Dynamo Leningrad ? (?)
1941 Zenit ? (?)
1942–47 Dynamo Leningrad ? (?)
Teams managed
1949–50 Dynamo Leningrad
1951–1956 Dynamo Kyiv
1956 Ukraine
1957–1958 Trudovye Reservy
1959 Dynamo K
1960 Sudnobudivelnyk
1960–1969 Shakhtar
1970 Sudnobudivelnyk
1972 USSR (assistant)
1975–76 Metalist
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Oleg Aleksandrovich Oshenkov (Russian: Ошенков, Олег Александрович; 27 May 1911 in Saint Petersburg, Russian Empire – 1 January 1976 in Kiev, Soviet Union) was a Soviet football (soccer) player and coach. Merited Master of Sports of USSR (1953)[1]

Born in the Russian capital, Saint Petersburg, Oshenkov spent all of his playing career in the city, while most of it playing for Dynamo Leningrad. As coach and manager, he worked with several clubs, including Dynamo Kyiv and Shakhtar.[2]

In 1956 along with Anton Idzkovsky, Oshenkov was a head coach of the Ukraine national football team at the Summer Spartakiad of the Peoples of the USSR.[3]

From 1971 through 1975 he chaired the Football Federation of Ukrainian SSR.


Preceded by
Fedir Martynyuk
Presidents of FFU
Succeeded by
Mykola Fominykh