FK Poprad is a Slovak football team, based in the town of Poprad. The club was founded in 1906. The team play in the Slovak 2. liga, the second tier of Slovak football, having been there since promotion from 3. liga in 2014. The club have played home matches at the NTC Poprad.

FK Poprad
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Full nameFK Poprad
Founded1906; 116 years ago (1906)
as Sport Egylet
GroundNTC Poprad,
Poprad
Capacity5,700
Head coachVladimír Lajčák
League3. liga
2020–212. liga, 15th (Relegation to third division)
WebsiteClub website
Defender Peter Maslo with FK Poprad

Historical timelineEdit

  • 1906 – Founded as Sport Egylet
  • 1909 – Renamed Matejovský atletický klub (MAC)
  • 1939 – Renamed Slovenský atletický klub – SAC
  • 1945 – Renamed ŠK SSM
  • 1951 – Renamed Spartak Poprad
  • 1974 – Renamed TJ Tatramat Poprad
  • 1975 – Renamed TJ Vagónka Poprad
  • 2001 – merged with PFC Poprad into 1. PFC Tatramat
  • 2004 – Renamed 1. PFC Poprad
  • 2005 – merged with FC Tatran Poprad-Veľká into MFK Poprad
  • 2008 – Renamed FK Aquacity Poprad
  • 2010 – Renamed FK Poprad

source:[1]

HonoursEdit

SponsorshipEdit

Period Kit manufacturer Shirt sponsor
2007-08 Legea AquaCity
2008-2010 Adidas
2010–2016 none
2016- Ritro

PlayersEdit

Current squadEdit

Updated 21 November 2021[2]Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
21 GK   SVK Ivan Rehák
30 GK   SVK Ján Malec
31 GK   SVK Filip Dlubáč
81 GK   SVK Dávid Straka
2 DF   SVK Matej Grešák
6 DF   SVK Patrik Gajan
14 DF   SVK Milan Ondruš
16 DF   SVK Roman Pazúr
17 DF   SVK René Paraj (on loan from Železiarne Podbrezová)
18 DF   POL Jakub Zabawa
18 DF   SVK Nicolas Šikula
20 DF   SVK Tomáš Lajčák
2 MF   SVK Vladimír Barbora
2 MF   SVK Dávid Legnavský
3 MF   SVK Patrik Živčák
6 MF   SVK Tobias Raffay (on loan from Železiarne Podbrezová)
7 MF   SVK Adam Matalík
No. Pos. Nation Player
8 MF   POL Krzysztof Wojtanek
10 MF   SVK Andrej Pollák
11 MF   SVK Pavol Bryndza
12 MF   NGA Usman Adekunle Issa (on loan from Železiarne Podbrezová)
13 MF   SVK Patrik Vaščák
15 MF   POL Marek Kapral
16 MF   SVK Samuel Aurel Kopáč
16 MF   SVK Patrik Hanes
16 MF   SVK Sebastián Kuzár
17 MF   SVK Ľubomír Kubis
18 MF   SVK Dávid Weiss
19 MF   SVK Marián Dzurjo
5 FW   GEO Davit Natchkebia (on loan from Železiarne Podbrezová)
6 FW   RUS Ivan Timoshenko (on loan from Železiarne Podbrezová)
9 FW   SVK Marek Barnáš
11 FW   SVK Timotej Zummer

Out on loanEdit

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
MF   SVK Samuel Kuba (on loan to Slavoj Trebišov)
DF   SVK Sebastián Jurčišin (on loan to Slavoj Trebišov)
No. Pos. Nation Player
MF   SVK Sven Jurčišin (on loan to Dukla Banská Bystrica)

Notable playersEdit

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

Past (and present) players who are the subjects of Wikipedia articles can be found here.

Reserve teamEdit

FK Poprad B[3] was the reserve team of FK Poprad. They last played in the third-level football league in Slovakia 3. Liga (East).

StaffEdit

Current technical staffEdit

Updated 25 May 2019
Staff Job title
  Vladimír Lajčák Manager
  Milan Ondruš Assistant manager
  Ján Malec Goalkeeping coach
  Juraj Kšenzakovič Team Leader
  MUDr. Jaroslav Južanin Team Doctor
  Dárius Kolodzej Masseur

ManagersEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Vitajte na FK Poprad!". FK Poprad.
  2. ^ "Súpiska Mužstva".
  3. ^ "TIPOS III. liga Východ | Východoslovenský futbalový zväz". vsfz.futbalnet.sk.

External linksEdit