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2008 in Russian football.

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OverviewEdit

National teamEdit

Date Venue Opponents Score1 Comp. Russia scorers Match Report
26 March Stadionul Ghencea, Bucharest (A)   Romania 0–3 F UEFA.com
23 May Lokomotiv Stadium, Moscow (H)   Kazakhstan 6–0 F Pavel Pogrebnyak, Vladimir Bystrov, Konstantin Zyryanov, Diniyar Bilyaletdinov, Dmitri Torbinski, Dmitri Sychev UEFA.com
28 May Wacker Arena, Burghausen, Germany (N)   Serbia 2–1 F Pavel Pogrebnyak, Roman Pavlyuchenko UEFA.com
4 June Wacker Arena, Burghausen, Germany (N)   Lithuania 4–1 F Konstantin Zyryanov, Andrei Arshavin, Roman Pavlyuchenko, Vladimir Bystrov UEFA.com
10 June Tivoli-Neu Stadion, Innsbruck, Austria (N)   Spain 1–4 EURO Roman Pavlyuchenko UEFA.com
14 June Wals Siezenheim Stadium, Salzburg, Austria (N)   Greece 1–0 EURO Konstantin Zyryanov UEFA.com
18 June Tivoli-Neu Stadion, Innsbruck, Austria (N)   Sweden 2–0 EURO Roman Pavlyuchenko, Andrei Arshavin UEFA.com
21 June St. Jakob-Park, Basel, Switzerland (N)   Netherlands 3–1 EURO Roman Pavlyuchenko, Dmitri Torbinski, Andrei Arshavin UEFA.com
26 June Ernst Happel Stadion, Vienna, Austria (N)   Spain 0–3 EURO UEFA.com
20 August Lokomotiv Stadium, Moscow (H)   Netherlands 1–1 F Konstantin Zyryanov ESPNsoccernet.com
10 September Lokomotiv Stadium, Moscow (H)   Wales 2–1 WCQ Roman Pavlyuchenko, Pavel Pogrebnyak FIFA.com
11 October Westfalenstadion, Dortmund (A)   Germany 1–2 WCQ Andrei Arshavin FIFA.com
15 October Lokomotiv Stadium, Moscow (H)   Finland 3–0 WCQ Petri Pasanen (o.g.), Veli Lampi (o.g.), Andrei Arshavin FIFA.com
  1. Russia score given first
Key

LeaguesEdit

Premier LeagueEdit

The following teams will take part in Russian Premier League 2008:

First DivisionEdit

The following teams will take part in Russian First Division 2008:

Second DivisionEdit

The following teams will take part in Russian Second Division 2008:

CupsEdit

Russian Cup 2007-08Edit

QuarterfinalsEdit

Team #1 Score Team #2
CSKA Moscow 2–1 Spartak Nalchik
Zenit 0–0 (3–4p) Tom
Amkar 2–1 Moskva
Ural Sverdlovsk Oblast 2–1 Saturn

SemifinalsEdit

Team #1 Score Team #2
CSKA Moscow 2–1 Tom
Amkar 1–0 Ural Sverdlovsk Oblast

FinalEdit

CSKA Moscow2 – 2 (a.e.t.)Amkar Perm
Vágner Love   65'
  75'
Drinčić   57'
Dujmović   64'
Penalties
Zhirkov  
Vágner Love  
 
Janczyk  
4–1   Drinčić
  Kushev
  Dujmović
Attendance: 24,000
Referee: Sukhina (Malakhovka)

2008 Russian Super CupEdit

Russian Super Cup 2008 was the 6th Russian Super Cup match, which was contested between the Russian Premier League 2007 champion, Zenit St. Petersburg, and the winner of Russian Cup 2006-07, Lokomotiv Moscow.

Zenit St. Petersburg2 – 1Lokomotiv Moscow
Arshavin   34'
Pogrebnyak   82'
(Report) Rodolfo   69'
Attendance: 48,000
Referee: Baskakov (Moscow)

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