Sogdiana Jizzakh

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Sogdiana Jizzakh
Sogdiana Jizak.jpg
Full name Soʻgʻdiyona professional futbol klubi
Founded 1970
Ground Sogdiana Stadium
Ground Capacity 11,650
Manager Davron Fayziev
League Uzbek League
2016 10th
Website Club home page

PFK Sogdiana Jizzakh (Uzbek: Soʻgʻdiyona professional futbol klubi or Сўғдиёна профессионал футбол клуби, Russian: Футбольный клуб Согдиана Джизак) is Uzbekistani football club based in Jizzakh. Currently it plays Uzbek League.


Sogdiana also is the name of the club's home region and the name of the ancient language that was common once along the Silk Road.

During the Soviet Union times they played on the second-highest level, Soviet First League from 1980 to 1985 (the team was called Zvezda Jizzakh at the time). Sogdiana played in first Uzbek League season which was held in 1992. The club finished after Pakhtakor and Neftchi Farg'ona.

After 2009 league season club relegated to First League. In March 2010 club appointed Rauf Inileev as new head coach. Sogdiana finished 2010 season in First League runner-up after FK Buxoro and gained promotion to Uzbek League after one-year break. In 2011 Uzbek League club after season half finished only at 13th position with 9 points. In July 2011 Rauf Inileev resigned his post. Murod Otajonov was named as his succeeder in club. However club finished at the 14th position and relegated to First League again.

In 2012 Sogdiana won Uzbekistan First League championship and promoted to Uzbek League.

Name change history[edit]


The stadium of Sogdiana, Jizzakh Stadium was built in 1970 with capacity 9,000.[1] In 2012 the stadium was closed for the reconstruction. In 2013–14 seasons Sogdiana played its home matches at Zaamin stadium. The construction works of renovated Markaziy Stadium were finished in 2015. The stadium changed its name to sporting complex Sogdiana and holds 11,650 spectators. On 26 June 2015 the stadium was officially opened with League match Sogdiana- Kokand 1912.[2] Match finished by 2:1 win of Sogdiana.

League history[edit]


Current squad[edit]

As of 22 March 2015[3]

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 Mikhail Naumov
4 Uzbekistan DF Elyor Oripov
5 Uzbekistan DF Akbar Sattaev
6 Uzbekistan MF Sobir Khamidov
7 Uzbekistan MF Sanjar Rashidov
8 Uzbekistan MF Sukhrob Kobilov
9 Uzbekistan FW Anvar Rajabov
10 Uzbekistan FW Jasurbek Khakimov
12 Uzbekistan GK Shirinboy Abdullaev
13 Uzbekistan MF Elyor Jakhonov
17 Uzbekistan FW Muzaffar Muzaffarov
20 Uzbekistan DF Vusal Mageramov
No. Position Player
22 Uzbekistan DF Saidulla Rakhmatov
21 Uzbekistan MF Akmal Abdurakhmonov
23 Uzbekistan FW Bobur Qosimov
24 Uzbekistan DF Asil Begimkulov
28 Uzbekistan FW Sanzhar Rikhsiboyev
31 Uzbekistan GK Mikhail Spiridonov
40 Uzbekistan MF Muqim Toshmatov
Uzbekistan DF Ilkhom Kamilov
Uzbekistan DF Dilmurod Ikromov
Uzbekistan MF Sardor Kakhkhorov
Uzbekistan FW Nodirbek Ibragimov




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