1998–99 in Russian futsal

1998–99 in Russian futsal

National teamEdit

  Win   Draw   Loss

22 August 1998 Friendly (57) Israel   0–7   Russia Ramat Gan
Fadeev   4'   9'
Grigoriev   12'   38'
Agafonov   27'
Iachine   32'
Ivanov   33'
25 August 1998 Friendly (58) Israel   0–6   Russia Ramat Gan
Fadeev   3'   16'
Panko   4'
Malyshev   22'
Ivanov   25'   33'
1 December 1998 Friendly (59) Netherlands   1–2   Russia Beverwijk
Belyi   14'
Alekberov   19'
2 December 1998 Friendly (60) Netherlands   1–3   Russia Grootebroek
Malyshev   7'
Kiselev   16'
Belyi   38'
18.12.1998 EC1999 (q) (61) Russia   24–0   Greece Moscow
Eremenko   1'   11'   26'   33'
Alekberov   2'   6'   21'   26'   38'
Iachine   4'   13'   13'
Panko   4'   29'   31'
Gorine   19'
Malyshev   25'   36'
Belyi   27'   30'   31'   38'
Grigoriev   32'
Kiselev   39'
Stadium: SSA Luzhniki
Attendance: 4800
Referee:   Y.Filppu,   E.Voitkovs
20.12.1998 EC1999 (q) (62) Russia   7–0   Slovenia Moscow
Eremenko   10'   14'   18'   26'   36'
Alekberov   11'
Kiselev   16'
Stadium: SSA Luzhniki
Attendance: 6000
Referee:   O.Ivanov,   Y.Filppu
16 February 1999 Friendly (63) Russia   4–5   Ukraine Moscow
Gorine   22'
Iachine   29'
Chugunov   33'
Abianov   37'
Koridze   9'
Mansurov   12'
Melnikov   27'
Kosenko   29'
Morgunov   36'
Stadium: USH CSKA
Attendance: 3000
Referee:   A.Selikov,   A.Shargaev
22 February 1999 EC 1999 (64) Russia   3–3   Italy Granada
Gorine   13'
Eremenko   20'   36'
Caleca   35'
Quattrini   37'
Rubei   39'
Stadium: Palacio de Deportes
Referee:   V.Pavich,   P.Gauthier
23 February 1999 EC 1999 (65) Russia   5–1   Belgium Granada
Belyi   18'
Agafonov   28'
Eremenko   38'   40'
Alekberov   40'
Gessner   26' Stadium: Palacio de Deportes
Referee:   A.Lastruchi,   V.Pavich
25 February 1999 EC 1999 (66) Portugal   1–3   Russia Granada
Zezito   30' Eremenko   9'   23'
Tkachuk   12'
Stadium: Palacio de Deportes
Referee:   V.Pavich,   P.Galan
26 February 1999 EC 1999 (67) Russia   9–6   Netherlands Granada
Gorine   3'
Eremenko   8'   36'   36'   39'
Markin   15'   22'
Alekberov   21'
Verizhnikov   25'
Grünholz   18'   34'
Langenhuijsen   19'   32'   38'   40'
Stadium: Palacio de Deportes
Referee:   J.Tivold,   P.Galan
26 February 1999 EC 1999 (68) Russia   3–3 pen. 4–2   Spain Granada
Belyi   27'
Alekberov   33'
Eremenko   34'
Llorente   7'   35'
Javi Sánchez   34'
Stadium: Palacio de Deportes
Attendance: 7500
Referee:   A.Lastruchi,   M.van der Bekerom
Penalties
Gorine  
Verizhnikov  
Alekberov  
Eremenko  
  Ferreira
  Riquer
  Pato
  Joan

National student teamEdit

6th World University Futsal Championship 1998 in Braga, Portugal

  Win   Draw   Loss

20 September 1998 Group C Russia   11–3   Angola Braga
21 September 1998 Group C Russia   15–1   Poland Braga
22 September 1998 Group C Russia   3–2   Spain Braga
24 September 1998 1/4 final Russia   4–0   Hungary Braga
25 September 1998 1/2 final Russia   6–1   Brazil Braga
26 September 1998 Final Russia   2–3 (a.e.t.)   Ukraine Braga

Intercontinental Futsal CupEdit

  Win   Draw   Loss

Futsal European Clubs ChampionshipEdit

  Win   Draw   Loss

4 May 1999 Group B Dina Moscow   6–2   Orkan Zagreb Moscow
Attendance: 4200
6 May 1999 Group B Dina Moscow   4–0   Lazio Calcio a 5 Moscow
Attendance: 4500
8 May 1999 1/2 final Dina Moscow   8–0   Mikeska Ostrava Moscow
Attendance: 6000
9 May 1999 Final Dina Moscow   2–1 (a.e.t.)   Lazio Calcio a 5 Moscow
Attendance: 7500

Top LeagueEdit

7th Russian futsal championship 1998/1999[1]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1   Dina Moskva (C) 30 28 2 0 195 50 +145 86
2   VIZ Yekaterinburg 30 23 2 5 124 62 +62 71
3   Minkas Moscow[a] 30 21 5 4 151 85 +66 68
4   Zenit St. Petersburg (R) 30 18 5 7 117 59 +58 59 Disbanded after season
5   GKI-Gazprom Moscow 30 17 7 6 116 75 +41 58
6   Alfa Yekaterinburg[b] 30 16 0 14 96 112 −16 48
7   TTG-Yava Yugorsk 30 12 9 9 85 76 +9 45
8   Atrium-UPI Yekaterinburg[c] 30 12 3 15 85 115 −30 39
9   CSKA Moscow 30 9 7 14 77 107 −30 34
10   Fenix Chelyabinsk[d] 30 8 8 14 81 103 −22 32
11   Zarya Yemelyanovo 30 10 1 19 64 111 −47 31
12   Norilsk[e] 30 8 6 16 67 103 −36 30
13   Stroitel Novouralsk (R) 30 7 5 18 59 111 −52 26 Qualification to Relegation tournament
14   Saratov-SPZ (O) 30 7 3 20 71 105 −34 24
15   Koil Kogalym (R) 30 6 6 18 59 101 −42 24 Relegation to First League
16   Krona Nizhny Novgorod (R) 30 3 2 25 26 99 −73 11
Source: [1]
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) number of wins; 3) goal difference; 4) number of goals scored
(C) Champion; (O) Play-off winner; (R) Relegated
Notes:
  1. ^ Renamed to Spartak Moscow
  2. ^ Replaced Uralmash-M before season
  3. ^ Renamed to UPI-SUMZ Yekaterinburg
  4. ^ Renamed to Chelyabinets Chelyabinsk
  5. ^ Renamed to Norilsk Nickel

Promotion tournamentEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion or relegation
1   Saratov-SPZ (P) 3 3 0 0 10 5 +5 9 Promotion to Top League
2   Privolzhanin Kazan (P) 3 2 0 1 10 5 +5 6
3   Stroitel Novouralsk (R, P) 3 1 0 2 5 8 −3 3 Relegation to First League, but replaced Zenit in Top League
4   Chertanovo Moscow (R) 3 0 0 3 5 12 −7 0 Relegation to First League
Source:[citation needed]
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) number of wins; 3) goal difference; 4) number of goals scored
(P) Promoted; (R) Relegated

National CupEdit

Final FourEdit

 
SemifinalsFinal
 
      
 
 
 
 
  Dina Moskva 8
 
 
 
  Zenit St. Petersburg 1
 
  Dina Moskva 4
 
 
 
  VIZ Yekaterinburg 0
 
  VIZ Yekaterinburg (pen.)2(4)
 
 
  Minkas Moscow 2(2)
 
Third place
 
 
 
 
 
  Zenit St. Petersburg 7
 
 
  Minkas Moscow 1

First League. Division AEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1   Vita Kemerovo (P) 32 27 3 2 190 75 +115 84 Promotion to Top League
2   Sibiryak Novosibirsk (P) 32 24 4 4 154 87 +67 76
3   Privolzhanin Kazan (A) 32 23 4 5 159 81 +78 73 Qualification to Promotion tournament
4   Chertanovo Moscow (A) 32 21 5 6 146 72 +74 68
5   Sportakademklub-AIF Moscow (R) 32 20 3 9 143 90 +53 63 Disbanded after season
6   Nika Lesosibirks 32 17 4 11 139 125 +14 55
7   Spartak Shchyolkovo 32 15 7 10 126 85 +41 52
8   Anzhi-Motors Makhachkala 32 16 3 13 147 115 +32 51
9   Olymp-VVUT Volsk 32 15 5 12 132 105 +27 50
10   Zarya Yakutsk 32 13 6 13 106 88 +18 45
11   Spartak Moscow (R) 32 13 3 16 104 122 −18 42 Disbanded after season
12   Energetik Kurchatov 32 12 6 14 158 136 +22 42
13   Seversk (R) 32 11 4 17 109 141 −32 37 Relegation to First League. Division B
14   Kitezh Nizhny Novgorod (R) 32 6 1 25 68 141 −73 19
15   Petrovskyi Zamok Moscow (R) 32 3 0 29 81 285 −204 9
16   Diana Zelenodolsk (R) 32 3 0 29 49 145 −96 9 Withdraw after 4th tour
17   Zvezda Minusinsk (R) 32 1 2 29 57 161 −104 5 Withdraw after 5th tour
Source:[citation needed]
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) number of wins; 3) goal difference; 4) number of goals scored
(A) Advance to a further round; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated

First League. Division BEdit

Women's LeagueEdit

7th Russian women futsal championship 1998/1999

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1   Lokomotiv Volgograd (C) 28 24 2 2 146 32 +114 74
2   Avrora St. Petersburg 28 24 2 2 151 24 +127 74
3   Chertanovo Moscow 28 18 4 6 82 39 +43 58
4   Snezhana Lyubertsy 28 12 4 12 95 57 +38 40
5   Vlada Vladimir 28 9 1 18 45 69 −24 28
6   Nika Moscow 28 8 2 18 58 131 −73 26
7   Volzhanka Saratov 28 6 1 21 42 160 −118 19
8   Viktoria Nizhny Novgorod Region 28 1 0 27 22 126 −104 3
Source: championat.com [2]
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) number of wins; 3) goal difference; 4) number of goals scored
(C) Champion

Women's National CupEdit

 
SemifinalsFinal
 
      
 
 
 
 
  Lokomotiv Volgograd 0
 
 
 
  Avrora St. Petersburg 4
 
  Avrora St. Petersburg 2
 
 
 
  Chertanovo Moscow 1
 
  Chertanovo Moscow 2
 
 
  Snezhana Lyubertsy 0
 

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ VII Чемпионат России. Высшая лига 1998/99 (in Russian). www.cskamini.ru. Archived from the original on 9 October 2016. Retrieved 13 March 2016.
  2. ^ Чемпионат России-1998/99. Высшая лига (женщины) (in Russian). www.championat.com. Retrieved 19 March 2016.