Bobruichanka Bobruisk

Bobruichanka Bobruisk is a Belarusian women's football club from Bobruisk. The club is one of the most successful women's team in Belarus, as it won the Belarusian Premier League several times.

Bobruichanka Bobruisk
Full nameBobruichanka Bobruisk
GroundSpartak Stadium, Bobruisk
Capacity3661
ManagerNikolay Kasatkin
LeagueBelarusian Premier League
20216th

HistoryEdit

The team has won eight championships in a row from 1997 to 2004. After that Universitet Vitebsk and Zorka-BDU shared 5 titles. In 2010 Bobruichanka again won the league and thus qualified for the 2011–12 UEFA Women's Champions League.

Historical namesEdit

  • 1991–92 – Trikotazhnitsa
  • 1993–95 – Trikotazhnitsa-Ornina
  • 1996 – Belcar
  • Since 1997 – Bobruichanka

First Team SquadEdit

As of 22 July 2021.

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
GK   BLR Tatiana Makhovskaya
DF   BLR Oksana Shpak
MF   BLR Viktoria Shlyakhtina
DF   BLR Tatiana Gavrilenya
FW   BLR Lyubov Gomozova
MF   BLR Olga Gavrilenya
MF   BLR Svetlana Pekhota
DF   BLR Ekaterina Lutskevich
MF   BLR Ekaterina Kazak
MF   BLR Ekaterina Goncharova
MF   BLR Diana Koltovich
MF   BLR Diana Sheleg
MF   CMR Michelle Tchuissé
No. Pos. Nation Player
MF   BLR Zoya Gorbunova
DF   BLR Ekaterina Kuchinskaya
FW   BLR Olga Aniskovtseva
FW   BLR Daria Khromko
GK   BLR Ksenia Faley
FW   BLR Natalia Lastochkina
MF   NGA Gift Otuwe
MF   BLR Ekaterina Litvinyuk
DF   BLR Irina Katrosha
MF   NGA Precious Emuobor
FW   CMR Doly Wabeua

Former playersEdit

UEFA Women's Champions League RecordEdit

Season Stage Result Opponent
2001–02 Group Stage 4–1   Eendracht Aalst
1–6   Trondheims-Ørn
3–1   KR
2002–03 Group Stage 3–2   Breidablik
6–0   Codru Anenii Noi
0–3   Fortuna Hjørring
2003–04 Group Stage 2–3   Aegina
1–0   Gömrükçü Baku
1–1   Schwerzenbach
2004–05 Qualifying Stage 2–0   Codru Anenii Noi
2–1   Pärnu
3–1   Viktoria Szombathelyi
Group Stage 0–0   Masinac Nis
1–5   Umeå
4–0   Krka Novo Mesto
Quarterfinals 0–4 1–2   Trondheims-Ørn
2011–12 Qualifying Stage 7–0   Newtownabbey Strikers
0–1   Osijek
3–0   NSA Sofia
Round of 32 0–4 0–6   Arsenal
2013–14 Qualifying Stage 3–1   Ada Velipojë
1–3   Pomurje
0–0   Racibórz

TitlesEdit

1995 cup title as Trikotazhnitsa Bobruisk.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Zusammenfassung – Super Cup – Weißrussland – Ergebnisse, Spielpläne, Tabellen und News – Women Soccerway". soccerway.com.

External linksEdit

  Media related to FC Bobruichanka at Wikimedia Commons