Zvezda 2005 Perm

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Zvezda 2005 Perm
Full name Zvezda 2005 Perm
Founded 2005; 11 years ago (2005)
Ground Zvezda Stadium,
Perm, Russia
Chairman Russia Genadiy Shilov
Manager Serbia Goran Aleksić
League Russian women's football championship
2015 1st

Zvezda 2005 Perm (Russian: "Звезда 2005" Пермь) is a Russian professional women's football club.


The club is based in the city of Perm and takes its name from men's team Zvezda Perm, which was dissolved in 1997. Zvezda-2005 won both the Russian league and national cup in 2007, and subsequently reached the final in the 2008-09 UEFA Women's Cup,[1] losing to Duisburg.

They also won the Russian league in 2008 and 2009, making it three titles in a row. In 2010 they were third, failing to qualify to the Champions League.


European history[edit]

All results (home and away) list Zvezda's goal tally first.

Season Competition Stage Result Opponent
2008-09 UEFA Women's Cup Qualifying Stage 8–0 Lithuania Gintra Universitetas
8–0 Faroe Islands
1–0 Hungary Femina Budapest
Group Stage 1–0 Germany Frankfurt
1–0 Scotland Glasgow City
3–1 Norway Røa
Quarter-Finals 4–2, 3–1 Denmark Brøndby
Semi-Finals 2–0, 2–2 Sweden Umeå
Final 0–6, 1–1 Germany Duisburg
2009-10 UEFA Champions League Round of 32 3–0, 5–0 Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo
Round of 16 0–0, 1–1 Norway Røa
2010-11 UEFA Champions League Round of 32 2–1, 2–1 Cyprus Apollon Limassol
Round of 16 1–1, 4–0 Norway Røa
Quarter-Finals 0–0, 0–1 France Olympique Lyon
2014–15 UEFA Champions League Round of 32 5–2, 3–1 Iceland Stjarnan
Round of 16 0–5, 3–0 Sweden Linköpings
2015–16 UEFA Champions League Round of 32 3–1, 3–1 Iceland Stjarnan
Round of 16 1–2, 0–0 Czech Republic Slavia Praha


as of 15 July 2015 according to the club's website. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
2 Russia DF Elena Suslova
5 Cameroon MF Claudine Meffometou
6 Russia MF Maria Trofimova
7 Russia DF Maria Kutusheva
8 Russia FW Anastasia Pozdeeva
9 Armenia MF Kristine Aleksanyan
10 Russia MF Anna Sinko
11 Russia FW Ekaterina Pantyukhina
12 Kazakhstan GK Irina Saratovtseva
13 Russia DF Valentina Orlova
14 Russia FW Ilona Vlasenko
No. Position Player
17 Ukraine FW Daryna Apanaschenko
18 Russia DF Daria Makarenko
20 Russia DF Maria Galay
21 Ukraine FW Iya Andrushchak
22 Russia MF Alena Lazareva
23 Ukraine GK Kateryna Samson
24 Russia DF Lyubov Kipyatkova
25 Ivory Coast FW Josée Nahi
77 Russia GK Elena Kochneva
88 Ukraine MF Olha Boychenko
90 Russia MF Tatiana Tarkhanova

Former internationals[edit]


  • Head Coach: Russia Natalia Zinchenko
  • Assistant Coach: Ukraine Anna Kostraba
  • Fitness Coach: Bulgaria Kaloyan Petkov


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