|Full name||Stanislav Salamovich Cherchesov|
|Date of birth||2 September 1963|
|Place of birth||
Alagir, North Ossetian ASSR,|
Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Stanislav Salamovich Cherchesov (Russian: Станислав Саламович Черчесов, Ossetian: Черчесты Саламы фырт Станислав / Ĉerĉesty Salamy fyrt Stanislav; born 2 September 1963) is a Russian football manager and former international footballer of Ossetian descent who played as a goalkeeper for USSR and Russia. In August 2016 he was appointed as head coach of the Russia national team and helped his team to reach the quarter-finals of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Cherchesov played for Russia at the 1994 World Cup and 1996 Euro. He made 39 appearances for a national team. Cherchesov also made one appearance for the FIFA team in the charity game against America in 1995, and for Europe vs Africa in 1997.
Cherchesov was the manager of FC Kufstein from January to November 2004 and the manager of FC Wacker Tirol from November 2004 to May 2006. In June 2006 – June 2007 he was the sporting director of FC Spartak Moscow. Since 19 June 2007 and up to 14 August 2008 he was the manager of FC Spartak Moscow. Manager of Amkar Perm since June 2013 to April 2014.
In August 2016, Cherchesov was named as the new head coach of Russia on a two-year contract through to the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Under his management Russia would beat Saudi Arabia 5–0, Egypt 3–1, and Spain 1-1 (pen. 4-3), reaching the quarterfinals for the first time since 1970. He has become the first ever Russian manager, since the collapse of USSR, to bring Russia into the knockout stage of a big tournament, which others like Pavel Sadyrin, Oleg Romantsev, Georgi Yartsev and Leonid Slutsky have failed to do.
On 27 July 2018, he signed a new contract with the Russia national team, on a two-year term with a further two-year extension option.
- As of match played 7 July 2018
|FC Kufstein||1 January 2004||8 November 2004||30||16||6||8||55||38||+17||53.33|
|Wacker Insbruck||9 November 2004||1 June 2006||59||18||20||21||79||79||+0||30.51|
|Spartak Moscow||19 June 2007||14 August 2008||47||25||14||8||85||55||+30||53.19|
|FC Zhemchuzhina-Sochi||16 December 2010||6 August 2011||21||9||2||10||27||29||−2||42.86|
|Terek Grozny||27 September 2011||26 May 2013||53||24||10||19||70||70||+0||45.28|
|Amkar Perm||17 June 2013||8 April 2014||25||9||8||8||36||33||+3||36.00|
|Dynamo Moscow||10 April 2014||13 July 2015||51||26||12||13||87||58||+29||50.98|
|Legia Warsaw||6 October 2015||1 June 2016||35||23||6||6||63||20||+43||65.71|
|Russia||11 August 2016||Present||25||7||8||10||37||37||+0||28.00|||
FC Tirol Insbruck
- USSR's Best Goalkeeper of 1989 and 1990
- Russia’s Best Goalkeeper of 1992
Cherchesov is married and has two children. His son, Stanislav, is also a goalkeeper.
- Станислав Черчесов назначен главным тренером сборной России по футболу. tass.ru (11 August 2016)
- «Амкар» и Станислав Черчесов: контракт подписан (in Russian). FC Amkar Perm. 20 June 2013.
- Cherchesov set to replace Petrescu at Dinamo. UEFA.com (8 April 2014). Retrieved on 11 August 2016.
- football - soccer transfer news and rumors. TRANSFER market WEB. Retrieved on 11 August 2016.
- Станислава Черчесова сменит Андрей Кобелев (in Russian). FC Dynamo Moscow. 13 July 2015.
- "Stanisław Czerczesow trenerem Legii Warszawa" (in Polish). legia.com. 6 October 2015.
- "Stanislav Cherchesov named new Russian head coach". Daily Mail. 11 August 2016. Retrieved 25 May 2017.
- "РФС подписал новый контракт со Станиславом Черчесовым" (in Russian). Russian Football Union. 27 July 2018.
- "Full season schedule". ESPN FC. Entertainment Sports Programming Network. Retrieved 6 September 2016.
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