FC Khimki (Russian: ФК Химки) is a Russian association football club based in Khimki.

Khimki
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Full nameCity District Khimki Municipality's Autonomous Institution "Football Club Khimki"[1]
Nickname(s)Krasno-chyornye (The Red-Blacks)
Founded1997; 23 years ago (1997)
GroundSK Rodina, Khimki
Capacity5,083
OwnerKhimki
ChairmanVasili Ivanov
ManagerSergei Yuran
LeagueFNL
2018–199th
WebsiteClub website

HistoryEdit

The team was formed in 1997 by merging two amateur clubs from Khimki, Rodina, and Novator. Khimki entered the amateur league and played their first official match on 17 May 1997. Of more than 150 amateur teams in the competition, only the champions would be promoted to the Third League. Khimki won the tournament, overcoming Energiya Ulyanovsk in the final match in a penalty shootout.

On 30 January 1997, Khimki became a professional football club. In the Third League regional tournament, Khimki finished second and were promoted to the Second League.

Khimki were promoted to the First Division after the 2000 season. They finished first in the Centre zone of the Second Division, but lost the promotion play-off to Severstal Cherepovets on away goals. After Severstal refused to play in the First Division, their place was given to Khimki.

In 2005, Khimki had a very good run in the Russian Cup, reaching the final. They lost the final match 0–1 to CSKA.

League historyEdit

As of November 20, 2015.

Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Cup Europe Top Scorer
(League)
Head Coach
1997 4th, Zone 3 2 40 26 6 8 80 38 84 -   Kravchuk – 17   Shtapov
1998 3rd, "West" 10 40 15 8 17 63 60 53 -   Georgievsky – 11   Dementyev
  Bychkov
  Sabitov
1999 3rd, "Centre" 6 36 17 11 8 51 35 62 R256   Khamzin – 11   Sabitov
  Kots
2000 1 38 28 4 6 68 22 88 R64   Genich – 18   Piskaryov
  Papaev
2001 2nd 12 34 13 4 17 42 54 43 R32   Shcheglov – 5
  Voronkov – 5
  Kovardayev – 5
  Petrushin
  Sabitov
2002 7 34 14 10 10 38 27 52 R32   Kovardayev – 6   Sabitov
  Derkach
2003 12 42 16 9 17 36 46 57 QF   Kiselyov – 15   Derkach
  Galyamin
2004 5 42 17 10 15 39 33 61 R32   Pogrebnyak – 6   Shevchuk
  Yakovenko
2005 4 42 23 13 6 75 36 82 RU   Tikhonov – 15   Yakovenko
2006 1 42 30 9 3 83 30 99 R64   Tikhonov – 22   Kazachyonok
2007 1st 9 30 9 10 11 32 33 37 R32   Shirokov – 7   Muslin
2008 14 30 6 9 15 34 54 27 R16   Nizamutdinov – 9   Yuran
2009 16 30 2 4 24 20 64 10 R32   Antipenko – 6   Sarsaniya
  Chugainov
2010 2nd 13 38 11 17 10 39 38 50 R32   Yusupov – 7
  Dudchenko – 7
  Tarkhanov
  Bushmanov
2011–12 13 48 16 11 21 54 74 59 R32   Mamtov – 10   Grigoryan
  Dolmatov
  Tarkhanov
2012–13 16 32 6 10 16 23 40 28 R16   Komkov – 3
  Khatazhyonkov – 3
  Tarkhanov
  Tetradze
  Petrakov
2013–14 3rd, "West" 3 32 16 10 6 67 37 58 R64   Antonnikov – 9
  Zemchenkov – 9
  Tarkhanov
  Mukhanov
  Gridin
2014–15 4 30 15 9 6 42 27 54 R256   Lipatkin – 6     Maminov
2015–16 1 24 19 5 0 49 12 62 R16     Markosov – 11   Khafizov

Current squadEdit

As of 13 January 2020, according to the official FNL website.

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

No. Position Player
1   GK Dmitri Khomich
4   DF Mikhail Tikhonov
5   MF Aleksandr Troshechkin
6   DF Dmitri Tikhiy
8   MF Bogdan Mishukov
10   FW Kamran Aliyev
11   FW Dmitry Barkov
14   MF Artem Polyarus
15   DF Yegor Danilkin
17   DF Yegor Proshkin
18   MF Andrei Mendel
21   FW Artyom Popov
22   GK Ilya Lantratov
23   FW Arshak Koryan
24   FW Mohamed Konaté
25   DF Oleksandr Filin
26   DF Valeri Pochivalin
No. Position Player
33   DF Yevgeny Gapon
35   GK Yegor Generalov
41   DF Sergei Bednozhey
44   MF Ilya Kukharchuk
45   FW Aleksandr Olenyov
63   MF Danil Kazantsev
70   MF Andrei Murnin
77   FW Danil Massurenko
80   FW Maksim Zhumabekov
87   MF Kirill Bozhenov
88   FW Vladimir Dyadyun
90   GK Vladislav Lizenko
92   MF Aleksei Skvortsov
95   FW Idris Umayev (on loan from Akhmat Grozny)
96   DF Aleksandr Smirnov
97   FW Dmitri Kamenshchikov
99   DF Andrei Yevdokimov

Reserve teamEdit

Notable playersEdit

Had international caps for their respective countries. Players whose name is listed in bold represented their countries while playing for Khimki.

Club recordsEdit

As of 3 August 2010

Most league appearances for KhimkiEdit

  1.   Miodrag Jovanović: 224
  2.   Roman Berezovsky: 175
  3.   Nikolai Barkalov: 164
  4.   Sergei Kravchuk: 145
  5.   Aleksandr Shulenin: 140
  6.   Andrey Tikhonov: 124
  7.   Aleksandr Makarov: 119
  8.   Aleksandr Shvetsov: 116
  9.   Igor Nekrasov: 115
  10.     Sergei Shcheglov: 112

Most league goals for KhimkiEdit

  1. Sergei Kravchuk: 46
  2. Andrey Tikhonov: 43
  3. Yuri Georgiyevsky: 30
  4. Konstantin Genich: 29
  5. Nikolai Kovardayev: 27
  6. Vadim Shatalin: 23
  7. Aleksandr Antipenko: 20
  8. Denis Kiselyov: 18
  9. Anton Arkhipov: 16

ManagersEdit

External linksEdit

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