PFC Spartak Nalchik

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PFC Spartak Nalchik
Spartak Nalchik logo
Full name Professional Football Club
Spartak Nalchik
Nickname(s) Red-White, Djigits (Horsemen), Southerners
Founded 1935; 80 years ago (1935)
Ground Spartak Stadium, Nalchik
Ground Capacity 14,149
Chairman Artur Tatarov
Manager Khasanbi Bidzhiyev
League Russian Professional Football League, Zone South
2014–15 8th

PFC Spartak Nalchik (Russian: Профессиональный футбольный клуб "Спартак" Нальчик) is a Russian association football club based in Nalchik that plays in the third-tier Russian Professional Football League. They played in the Russian Premier League between 2006 and 2012.

History[edit]

FC Spartak Nalchik was founded in 1935 and played in the regional "B-class" tournament. In 1965, Spartak won the competition and was promoted into "A-class", second group. Spartak played in that tournament from 1966 to 1970.

After reorganization of Soviet league system, Spartak played in the Soviet Second League (1971, 1977, 1978, 1981–1989) and Soviet First League (1972–1976, 1979, 1980), having been promoted and relegated several times. In 1990 and 1991 Spartak played in the Buffer League. The club's best result was a 14th position in the First League in 1974 and 1975.

The club won the title of champions of RSFSR in 1965 and 1970.

In 1992, Spartak Nalchik was entitled to enter Russian First Division. The club was relegated after the 1993 season, but earned promotion back in 1995, after two seasons spent in the Russian Second Division. From 1996 to 2005 Spartak again played in the First Division. In 2005, the team finished second and earned promotion to the Premier League. They were the leaders of Premier League between 10th and 15th rounds in 2006 season. Finally they finished 9th. They led the league again from the 3rd to 8th round in the 2010 season.

Spartak has also been known as "Automobilist" (in 1969–1972) and "Elbrus" (in 1976).

In 2011/12 season the team finished 16th and was relegated to First division.

In January 2014, Minister for Sport and Tourism of Kabardino-Balkaria announced the beginning of bankruptcy proceedings for the club.[1] Later the same month, the Government of Kabardino-Balkaria allocated additional 61 mln roubles for the team from Republican budget.[2]

After the 2013-14 season, the club volunteered to be relegated to the third-tier Russian Professional Football League due to lack of necessary financing for the FNL.

League and Cup history[edit]

Russia Russia
Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Domestic Cup Europe Notes Top Scorer Head Coach
1992 2nd, West 8 34 16 3 15 58 47 35 Russia Kugotov - 19 Tlyarugov
1993 2nd, West 16 42 13 8 21 52 73 34 Round of 128 Relegated Russia Kugotov - 9 Tlyarugov
1994 3rd, West 3 40 28 3 9 98 33 59 Round of 64 Russia Goplachev - 29 Naurzokov
1995 3rd, West 1 42 30 6 6 127 49 96 Round of 256 Promoted Russia Kirimov - 22 Russia Sinitsyn
1996 2nd 9 42 17 8 17 62 59 59 Round of 512 Russia Zarutsky - 13 Russia Kumykov
1997 2nd 4 42 23 3 16 74 53 72 Round of 64 Russia Zarutsky - 12 Russia Kumykov
1998 2nd 15 42 15 11 16 49 52 56 Round of 64 Russia Alchagirov - 9 Russia Kumykov
Russia Zernov
Russia Khantsev
1999 2nd 13 42 17 5 20 49 61 56 Round of 256 Georgia (country) Sepashvili - 14 Russia Khantsev
2000 2nd 5 38 13 9 16 37 44 48 Round of 16 Belarus Tsybul - 7 Russia Khantsev
Russia Ponomaryov
2001 2nd 5 34 17 4 13 48 37 55 Round of 64 Russia Autlev - 12 Russia Yeshugov
2002 2nd 6 34 14 11 9 42 30 53 Round of 64 Kazakhstan Uzdenov - 12 Russia Yeshugov
2003 2nd 15 42 14 10 18 34 49 52 Round of 16 Russia Dzamikhov - 9 Russia Yeshugov
2004 2nd 12 42 16 10 16 53 46 58 Round of 64 Russia Kunizhev - 9 Russia Krasnozhan
2005 2nd 2 42 25 11 6 67 36 86 Round of 64 Promoted Ukraine Poroshyn - 18 Russia Krasnozhan
2006 1st 9 30 11 8 11 33 32 41 Round of 32 Ukraine Pylypchuk - 5
Russia Kontsedalov - 5
Russia Korchagin - 5
Russia Krasnozhan
2007 1st 12 30 8 9 13 29 38 33 Round of 32 Brazil Ricardo Jesus - 7 Russia Krasnozhan
2008 1st 12 30 8 8 14 30 39 32 Quarter-final Russia Kalimullin - 5 Russia Krasnozhan
2009 1st 11 30 8 11 11 36 33 35 Round of 32 Russia Asildarov - 8
Brazil Leandro - 8
Russia Krasnozhan
2010 1st 6 30 12 8 10 40 37 44 Round of 32 Russia Dyadyun - 10 Russia Krasnozhan
2011/12 1st 16 44 7 13 24 39 60 34 Round of 32 Relegated Russia Kontsedalov - 7 Russia Eshtrekov
Russia Tashuev
Russia Shipshev
2012/13 2nd 3 32 15 8 9 32 27 53 Round of 32 Russia Igor Koronov - 6
Russia Aleksei Medvedev - 6
Russia Shipshev
2013/14 2nd ' ' Round of 64 Russia Shipshev
Russia Bidzhiyev

Current squad[edit]

As of 28 August 2015, according to the PFL official website.

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

No. Position Player
23 Russia GK Anton Antipov
Russia GK Aleksei Gorodovoy
1 Russia GK Artyom Orsayev
Russia GK Ruslan Tatarov
18 Russia DF Astemir Abazov
4 Russia DF Aslan Dashayev
27 Russia DF Andrei Kuznetsov
26 Russia DF Alan Lelyukayev
88 Russia DF Zalim Makoyev
95 Russia DF Oleg Murachyov
3 Russia DF Astemir Soblirov
77 Russia DF Timur Teberdiyev
21 Russia MF Khasan Akhriyev
No. Position Player
Russia MF Soslan Albegov
8 Russia MF Azamat Balkarov
66 Russia MF Albert Bogatyryov
13 Russia MF Nikita Drozdov
7 Russia MF Azamat Gurfov
14 Russia MF Alim Karkayev
70 Russia MF Sergei Kramarenko
17 Russia MF Khachim Mashukov
6 Russia MF Vladislav Semyonov
9 Russia FW Amir Bazhev
10 Russia FW Magomed Guguyev
19 Russia FW Marat Dzakhmishev
11 Russia FW Islam Tlupov

Notable players[edit]

Had international caps for their respective countries. Players whose name is listed in bold represented their countries while playing for Spartak.

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