Olmaliq FK

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Olmaliq FK
Full name Olmaliq FK
Founded 2004
Ground Almalyk MMC sports complex
Ground Capacity 12,000[1]
Chairman Uzbekistan Nemat Ruziev
Head coach Russia Viktor Kumykov
League Uzbek League
2016 13th

Olmaliq FK is a football club based in Olmaliq, Uzbekistan. It currently plays in Uzbek League.


Olmaliq FK was founded in 2004 and is successor of Metallurg Olmaliq, club which played in Soviet Second League in 1966–69 and 1987–88. Olmaliq FK initially played under name OTMK Olmaliq and started to play in the Uzbekistan First League. The club finished sixth in its first season in the conference East.[2] In the 2007 First League season OTMK Olmaliq finished 7th and were admitted to the Uzbek League after 2 clubs withdrew for financial reasons.

In January 2009, Igor Shkvyrin was appointed as head coach of Olmaliq. Olmaliq, in its debut season in 2008 Uzbek League, finished 10th. One year later, in the 2009 Uzbek League season, the club finished 4th in the league which is the club's best performance in League. The club changed its name to Olmaliq FK in 2009. In 2013 season club finished at 5th position.


Olmaliq FK played plays its matches at the Metallurg Stadium. Metallurg Stadium was built in 1960 and holds 11,000 spectators. In 2011 club started with building of new modern 12.000-all-seater stadium, Olmaliq Stadium located not far from Metallurg Stadium.[3][4] The sporting complex also includes indoor courts for volleyball, handball, basketball, kurash and outdoor and indoor tennis courts. The construction works were finished in February 2014. The old stadium remains and will be renovated.[3]

The opening ceremony of the stadium was held on 16 March 2014 with the first official of 2014 Uzbek League match Olmaliq-Metallurg Bekabad ended with 3:2 win of Olmaliq FK.[5][6]

On 27 May 2014 Olmaliq Stadium hosted the first international match, friendly match Uzbekistan – Oman ended with score 0:1.[7]

League history[edit]

Year Div. Pos. Cup Top scorer (League)
2004 1st L 6th PR
2005 10th GS
2006 10th PR
2007 14th Promoted to the Uzbek League R32
2008 UzL 10th 1/2 Lithuania Artūras Fomenka – 6
2009 4th R16
2010 11th R16 Uzbekistan Nosirbek Otakuziev – 13
2011 11th R32 Uzbekistan Muiddin Mamazulunov – 16
2012 8th R16 Uzbekistan Zafar Polvonov – 7
2013 5th R16 Uzbekistan Zafar Polvonov – 14
2014 6th 1/4 Uzbekistan Diyorjon Turapov
Tunisia Chaker Zouagi – 4
2015 6th R32 Serbia Nemanja Jovanović – 9
2016 13th R16


Current squad[edit]

As of 12 March 2015[8]

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

No. Position Player
1 Uzbekistan GK Temur Ganiev
2 Uzbekistan DF Abdumalik Toshpulatov
3 Uzbekistan DF Azamat Isroilov
4 Uzbekistan DF Abdukakhkhor Khojiakbarov
5 Russia DF Evgeniy Gogol
6 Uzbekistan MF Mukhammad Isaev
7 Uzbekistan MF Gulom Urunov
8 Uzbekistan DF Sakhob Juraev
9 Uzbekistan FW Islombek Isakjanov
10 Uzbekistan MF Shavkat Salomov
11 Uzbekistan MF Zokhir Pirimov
14 Uzbekistan FW Doniyor Ismoilov
16 Uzbekistan GK Umid Khonimqulov
No. Position Player
17 Uzbekistan FW Kamoliddin Murzoev
18 Uzbekistan FW Kadamboy Nurmetov
19 Uzbekistan DF Islom Inomov
21 Uzbekistan MF Salamat Kutibaev
23 Uzbekistan DF Sarvar Juraev
24 Uzbekistan MF Diyorjon Turapov
25 Uzbekistan GK Akmal Ortikov
27 Uzbekistan MF Nikita Pavlenko
35 Uzbekistan GK Nikita Shkvyrin
70 Turkmenistan MF Arslanmyrat Amanow
77 Uzbekistan MF Jahongir Abdumuminov
84 Serbia FW Nemanja Jovanović
Belarus DF Uladzislaw Kasmynin


Current technical staff[edit]

As of December 2016[9]
Position Name
Head coach Russia Viktor Kumykov
Assistant coach Uzbekistan Gennadi Denisov
Youth team coach Uzbekistan Suyun Murtazoev
Youth team assistant coach Uzbekistan Azam Sherghoziev
Goalkeeping coach Uzbekistan Pyotr Gizimchuk
Scout coach Uzbekistan Oybek Usmankhojaev
Doctor Uzbekistan Islom Abaev
Masseur Uzbekistan Dmitriy Tishin
Masseur Uzbekistan Sherzod Yunusov
Administrator Uzbekistan Alexandr Kim
Administrator Uzbekistan Qudrat Madaminov




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