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FC Ural Yekaterinburg (Russian: ФК Урал) is a Russian football club based in Yekaterinburg. As of the 2018–19 season, they play in the Russian Premier League.[1]

Ural Yekaterinburg
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Full nameFootball Club Ural
Sverdlovsk Oblast
or FC Ural Yekaterinburg
Nickname(s)Uraltsy (Ural men), Bumblebees, Orange and Black
FoundedSeptember 1, 1930; 88 years ago (1930-09-01)
GroundCentral Stadium
Capacity35,061
OwnerSverdlovsk Oblast
ChairmanGrigori Ivanov
ManagerDmytro Parfenov
LeagueRussian Premier League
2017–1812th
Current season

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HistoryEdit

The club was founded in 1930 and was known as Avangard (1930–1948, 1953–1957), Zenit (1944–1946), Mashinostroitel (1958–1959), and Uralmash (1949–1952, 1960–2002).[citation needed] The club is currently named after the Russian region of Ural, where Yekaterinburg is the capital.

The club participated in the Soviet championships beginning in 1945. They mostly played in the higher leagues, with the exception of the 1969 season spent in the lowest league. They were the easternmost Russian SFSR club to compete in the third Soviet division (the easternmost Soviet club overall was FC Kairat from Alma-Ata, Kazakh SSR).[citation needed]

Uralmash reached the quarterfinals of the Soviet Cup in 1965/66, 1967/68, and 1990/91.[citation needed]

After the dissolution of the USSR, Uralmash were entitled to enter the Russian Top Division and played there for five seasons, from 1992 to 1996. Their best result was eighth position in 1993 and 1995. Despite reaching the semifinal of the Intertoto Cup in 1996, Uralmash finished 16th out of 18 in the league and were relegated. In 1997 another relegation followed, now to the Second Division. From 1998 to 2002 Uralmash played in the Second Division. After winning promotion, the club was renamed Ural. In 2003, the team were relegated from the Russian First Division, but were promoted again after the 2004 season. The team's best finish in the First Division was third in 2006.[citation needed]

DomesticEdit

Season League Russian Cup Top goalscorer Manager
Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Name League
2008 2nd 4th 42 22 9 11 69 39 75 Fourth Round Aleksandr Pobegalov
2009 2nd 8th 38 15 15 8 40 32 60 Round of 16 Vladimir Shishelov 16 Aleksandr Pobegalov
Vladimir Fedotov
2010 2nd 7th 38 14 16 8 38 28 58 Fifth Round Predrag Sikimić 7 Vladimir Fedotov
Boris Stukalov
2011–12 2nd 6th 52 19 21 12 71 52 78 Round of 32 Branimir Petrović 8 Dmitry Ogai
Yuri Matveyev
2012–13 2nd 1st 32 19 11 2 61 18 68 Round of 32 Spartak Gogniyev 17 Aleksandr Pobegalov
Sergei Bulatov
Pavel Gusev
2013–14 1st 11th 30 9 7 14 28 46 34 Fifth Round Spartak Gogniyev 9 Pavel Gusev
Oleg Vasilenko
Aleksandr Tarkhanov
2014–15 1st 13th 30 9 3 18 31 44 30 Round of 32 Fyodor Smolov 8 Aleksandr Tarkhanov
2015–16 1st 8th 30 10 9 11 39 46 39 Round of 16 Spartak Gogniyev 8 Viktor Goncharenko
Vadim Skripchenko
2016–17 1st 11th 30 8 6 16 24 44 30 Runners-Up Vladimir Ilyin
Roman Pavlyuchenko
4 Vadim Skripchenko
Yuri Matveyev (caretaker)
Aleksandr Tarkhanov
2017–18 1st 12th 30 8 13 19 31 32 37 Round of 32 Eric Bicfalvi 8 Aleksandr Tarkhanov

Current squadsEdit

First teamEdit

As of 22 February 2019[2]

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

No. Position Player
2   DF Shamsiddin Shanbiyev
3   DF Varazdat Haroyan
4   DF Sergei Bryzgalov
5   DF Dominik Dinga
6   DF Gregor Balažic
7   DF Aleksandr Dantsev
8   DF Stefan Strandberg (on loan from FC Krasnodar)
10   MF Eric Bicfalvi
11   FW Vladimir Ilyin
13   MF Petrus Boumal
14   MF Yuri Bavin
15   DF Denys Kulakov
17   MF Nikolay Dimitrov
19   DF Dzyanis Palyakow
No. Position Player
20   FW Andrei Panyukov (on loan from Zenit Saint Petersburg)
21   MF Marco Aratore
26   DF Mingiyan Beveyev
27   DF Mikhail Merkulov
31   GK Yaroslav Hodzyur
44   MF Andrei Yegorychev
57   MF Artyom Fidler (captain)
58   MF Othman El Kabir
60   GK Vladislav Poletayev
70   MF Ilya Zhigulyov (on loan from FC Krasnodar)
77   GK Oleg Baklov
88   FW Pavel Pogrebnyak
92   MF Roman Yemelyanov
94   MF Anatoli Katrich

Out on loanEdit

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

No. Position Player
  GK Dmitri Arapov (at Chayka Peschanokopskoye)
  DF Vladimir Khozin (at Ararat-Armenia)
  MF Aleksandr Lomakin (at Fakel Voronezh)
No. Position Player
  MF Nikita Glushkov (at Baltika Kaliningrad)
  FW Artyom Yusupov (at Zenit-2 St. Petersburg)

Reserve teamEdit

Youth teamEdit

As per Russian Premier League.[3]Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
33   GK Vladimir Kutyryov
34   MF Yan Chizhkov
35   FW Yevgeni Tatarinov
42   MF Konstantin Sysoyev
49   FW Sergei Itkin
53   DF Pavel Nedivomy
54   MF Sergei Krotov
55   GK Aleksandr Medvedev
56   MF Vasili Koryukov
62   MF Danil Khoroshev
64   DF Ivan Vereshchagin
67   DF Kirill Lukyanchikov
71   GK Aleksei Mamin
No. Position Player
72   MF Lev Tolkachyov
73   MF Ilya Korelin
74   MF Denis Novikov
75   MF Pavel Kirillov
76   DF Yegor Badyin
81   MF Ilya Nekrasov
83   DF Gleb Geykin
85   MF Danil Davletshin
86   MF Maksim Prokopyev
87   MF Eduard Valiakhmetov
93   DF Denis Drozhalkin
95   MF Andrei Tushkov

Retired numbersEdit

Coaching staffEdit

Notable playersEdit

ManagersEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "FK URAL SVERDLOVSKAYA OBLAST". Soccerway. Perform. Archived from the original on 29 October 2017. Retrieved 7 May 2016.
  2. ^ "Игроки". www.fc-ural.ru. Archived from the original on 27 January 2018. Retrieved 3 May 2018.
  3. ^ "Ural Roster" (in Russian). Russian Football Premier League. Missing or empty |url= (help); |access-date= requires |url= (help)

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