FC Kyzylzhar

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FC Kyzylzhar SK (Kazakh: Қызылжар СК Футбол Клубы, Qyzyljar SK Fýtbol Klýby) is a Kazakhstani football club, playing in the north Kazakh city of Petropavl at the Karasai Stadium. They are founding members of the Kazakhstan Premier League. Kyzylzhar is the name of a district in the city. They are two time runners-up of the Premier league (1999 and 2000).

Kyzylzhar Petropavl
Qyzyljar Petropavl
Full nameFootball Club Kyzylzhar SK
Қызылжар СК Футбол Клубы
Founded1968; 54 years ago (1968)
GroundKarasai Stadium
Petropavl, Kazakhstan
Capacity11,000
ChairmanLoriya Grigoriy Otarovich
CoachAndrei Karpovich
LeaguePremier League
2021Kazakhstan Premier League, 4th of 12

HistoryEdit

NamesEdit

  • 1968 : Founded as Avangard
  • 1970 : Renamed Metallist
  • 1979 : Renamed Avangard
  • 1990 : Renamed Metallist
  • 1998 : Renamed Esil
  • 1999 : Renamed Access-Esil
  • 2000 : Renamed Access-Golden Grain
  • 2001 : Renamed Esil Bogatyr
  • 2009 : Renamed Kyzylzhar[1]
  • 2013 : Renamed Kyzyl-Zhar SK

Domestic historyEdit

Season League Kazakhstan Cup Top goalscorer Manager
Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Name League
1992 1st 19 42 18 8 16 84 67 44 1/16   Radik Baiburin
  Sergei Kondratskiy
18   Artem Amirdzhanov
1998 2nd 4 4 0 2 2 1 4 2   Aidar Valeyev 1
1999 1st 2 30 23 3 4 56 19 37 Runners-up   Igor Avdeyev 13   Vladimir Strizhevskiy
2000 1st 2 28 24 2 2 59 10 74 1/2   Igor Avdeyev 10   Dmitriy Ogai
2001 1st 3 32 21 6 5 51 16 69 1/4 Aleksandr Shatskih 8   Dmitriy Ogai
2002 1st 9 32 10 7 15 31 35 37 1/8   Sergei Kondratskiy 10   Leonid Ostroushko
  Ravil Ramazanov
2003 1st 11 32 10 6 16 42 53 36 1/2   Viktor Zubarev 7   Vladimir Strizhevskiy
  Oirat Saduov
2004 1st 6 36 18 5 13 53 40 59 1/8   Aram Voskanyan 11   Oirat Saduov
2005 1st 7 30 15 3 12 38 25 48 1/4   Aram Voskanyan 9   Oirat Saduov
2006 1st 12 30 8 9 13 20 37 33 1/8   Aram Voskanyan 8   Oirat Saduov
2007 1st 11 30 8 13 9 24 28 37 1/8   Aram Voskanyan
  Evgeniy Averchenko
5   E.Yarovenko
2008 1st 13 30 4 12 14 21 42 24 1/4   Aram Voskanyan
  Evgeniy Averchenko
4   E.Yarovenko
  Bolat Esmagambetov
2009 1st 14 26 3 4 19 14 56 6 1/8   Ruslan Muhamedzhanov 3   Bolat Esmagambetov
2010 2nd 10 34 14 4 16 44 57 46 1/16   Stanislav Shulyak 8   Yuriy Chuhleba
2011 2nd 14 32 8 10 14 38 54 31 1/8   Roman Seliverstov 10   Yuriy Chuhleba
2012 2nd 11 30 11 7 12 36 43 40 1/16   Timur Muldinov 8   Yuriy Chuhleba
  Sergey Stoyakin
2013 2nd 4 34 20 5 9 52 35 65 1/16   Oleksandr Zgura 16   Vyacheslav Ledovskih
2014 2nd 9 28 12 1 15 41 45 37 1/8   David Chagelishvili 10   Eduard Glazunov
  Vladimir Linchevskiy
2015 2nd 4 24 14 4 6 41 19 46 1/16   David Chagelishvili 10   Vladimir Fomichev
2016 2nd 3 28 14 9 5 45 25 51 1/4   Boško Stupić 13   Vladimir Fomichev
2017 2nd 2 24 13 5 6 37 22 44 1/8   Boško Stupić 13   Vladimir Fomichev
2018 1st 11 33 10 5 18 27 48 35 Last 16   Timur Muldinov 8   Nikola Spasov /   Andrey Kucheryavykh
2019 2nd 1 26 17 7 2 58 15 58 Group Stage
2020 1st 9 20 6 5 9 15 24 23 -   Timur Muldinov
  Maksym Drachenko
  Shota Grigalashvili
3   Veaceslav Rusnac
2021 1st 4 26 11 6 9 32 24 39 Quarterfinal   Alibek Kasym 7   Andrei Karpovich

European campaignsEdit

As of match played July 2022

Season Competition Round Club Home Away Agg.
2022–23 UEFA Europa Conference League 2QR
Notes
  • QR: Qualifying round

Current squadEdit

As of 19 August 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
1 GK   KAZ Almat Bekbayev
3 DF   RUS Oleg Murachyov
4 DF   KAZ Nurlan Dairov
5 DF   BLR Valery Karshakevich
6 DF   KAZ Alibek Kasym
7 MF   UKR Maksym Drachenko
8 MF   UKR Yuriy Bushman
9 FW   BIH Semir Smajlagić (on loan from Astana)
10 MF   RUS Pavel Yakovlev
11 MF   KAZ Artem Cheredinov
12 MF   CIV Moussa Koné
14 DF   RUS Sergei Bugriyev
No. Pos. Nation Player
15 DF   KAZ Dmitry Shmidt
17 FW   KAZ Timur Muldinov
19 MF   ARG Pablo Podio
20 FW   POR Carlos Fonseca
23 MF   KAZ Altynbek Saparov
25 DF   KAZ Ruslan Esimov
28 MF   MNE Darko Zorić
32 GK   KAZ Vadim Petrov
40 DF   KAZ Ildar Aitov
41 GK   RUS Miroslav Lobantsev
90 GK   KAZ Vladislav Sayenko
99 FW   KAZ Maksim Skorykh

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Petropavlovsk now cheers for Kyzylzhar sport.gazeta.kz, Jan. 4, 2009