Tallinna JK Legion

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TJK Legion
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Full name Tallinna Jalgpalli Klubi Legion
Founded 4 January 2008
Ground Wismari Staadion
Ground Capacity 500
Manager Mikhail Artyukhov
League II League - E/N
2015 II League - E/N, 14th
Website Club home page

Tallinna Jalgpalli Klubi Legion or simply TJK Legion is an Estonian football club, based in Tallinn. On 4 January 2008 Tallinna Jalgpalli Klubi and Tallinna SK Legion merged into this club. Legion also has a reserve team. Its name is Tallinna KSK FC Štrommi.

History[edit]

Season Division Pos Teams Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Top Goalscorer Estonian Cup Notes
2008 II Liiga East/North 2 14 26 20 4 2 68 24 +44 64 Sergei Dõmov (10) -
2009 Esiliiga 6 10 36 13 5 18 63 76 -13 44 Maksim Kisseljov (17) -
2010 Esiliiga 6 10 36 11 6 19 57 81 -24 39 Maksim Kisseljov (14) First Round
2011 Esiliiga 9 10 36 7 6 23 44 104 -60 27 Maksim Kisseljov and Roman Sirotkin (10) Second Round
2012 II Liiga East/North 4 14 26 14 7 5 63 38 +25 49 Maksim Gussev (15) Second Round
2013 Esiliiga B 7 10 36 13 5 18 55 77 -22 44 Rauf-Roman Mikailov (8) First Round
2014 Esiliiga B 10 10 36 7 6 23 53 111 -58 27 Rauf-Roman Mikailov (10) Third Round
2015 II Liiga East/North 14 14 36 5 2 19 40 84 -48 17 Maksim Kisseljov (6) -
2016 II Liiga East/North 14 36 Second Round

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 30 August 2016.[1]

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

No. Position Player
1 Estonia Jevgeni Baranov
2 Estonia Aleksandr Bobrov
3 Estonia Artjom Bõstrov
4 Estonia Aleksei Filimonov (on loan from Puuma)
5 Russia Ivan Filippov
6 Estonia Nikita Kajalin
7 Estonia Maksim Kisseljov
8 Estonia Dmitri Koltsov
9 Estonia Nikita Komissarov
10 Estonia Valeri Kurlõtškin (on loan from Puuma)
11 Estonia Anton Lapezin
12 Estonia Aleksei Latõnin
13 Estonia Ilja Lihotin
14 Estonia Andrei Lomov
15 Estonia Aleksandr Makarov
No. Position Player
16 Estonia Rameš Mamedov
17 Estonia Rodion Ovsijenko
18 Estonia Vadim Samulin
19 Estonia Aleks Savirand
20 Estonia Jevgeni Skamnitski
21 Estonia Gleb Slivin
22 Estonia Artur Šarnin
23 Estonia Artjom Zaskaleta
24 Estonia Paul Tšeblukov
25 Estonia Stefan Tšendei
26 Estonia Juri Ude
27 Estonia Aleksei Urlik
28 Estonia German Ussov
29 Estonia Deniss Vassiljev
30 Estonia Kirill Vinogradov (on loan from Puuma)

Honours[edit]

2014 - Gothia Cup (Boys 2003)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Eesti Jalgpalli Liit > TALLINNA JK LEGION (2013)". jalgpall.ee. Retrieved 24 August 2013. 

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