PFC Lokomotiv Tashkent
|Full name||Professional Football Club Lokomotiv Tashkent|
|League||Uzbekistan Super League|
|2019||Uzbekistan Super League, 2nd of 14|
The owner and main sponsor of the club is a state-owned company Uzbek Railways.
Lokomotiv was founded in 2002. In 2002–2003 club played in second level of Uzbek Football – First League and from 2004 to 2010 in Uzbek League. In the 2009 season Lokomotiv, led by Vadim Abramov reached 6th position in league.
In June 2012 Khoren Oganesian left the club after his contract expired and Ravshan Muqimov was appointed as coach. At the end of the 2012 season the club finished 3rd after Pakhtakor Tashkent and Bunyodkor. This was the club's 2nd best performance in the league and qualified to play in the 2013 AFC Champions League for the first time. In the 2013 AFC Champions League qualifying play-off round Lokomotiv played against Al Nasr based in Dubai but Lokomotiv lost 3–2 and failed to qualify for the group stage of tournament.
In 2013 season Lokomotiv Tashkent finished 2nd after Bunyodkor for the first time in club's history and gained promotion to 2014 AFC Champions League play-off. On 9 February 2014 in 2014 AFC Champions League qualifying play-off round match in Tashkent against Al-Kuwait Lokomotiv lost with score 1:3 and finished its participation in the tournament. On 1 July 2014 in Uzbek Cup semi-final Lokomotiv overcame Pakhtakor in two leg competition by 3:2 and to play in Cup Final against Bunyodkor. In 2014 Cup Final match on 12 November 2014 in Olmaliq, Lokomotiv overcame Bunyodkor by 1:0 and won the trophy for the first time in its first Cup Final. The only goal scored in 106' midfielder Jasur Hasanov. In Uzbek League club finished 2014 season again as runners-up after Pakhtakor like the previous season.
On 8 March 2015, in Supercup match against Pakhtakor, Lokomotiv overcame by 4–0 and won its first SuperCup after a disappointing loss to Bunyodkor in 2014. In 2016 Lokomotiv made double by winning League and Uzbek Cup. Lokomotiv won 2016 League and became the champions for the first time in its history after three consequent seasons finishing as runners-up (2013-2015). In 2017 Lokomotiv made its second double, winning second champions title and Cup.
|Season||League||Cup||Super Cup||Asia||Top scorer|
|2002||Pro League (2)||32||15||5||12||48||36||12||50||8th||N/A||—||—||N/A||N/A|
|2003||↑ Pro League (2)||28||20||3||5||78||22||56||63||2nd||First round||—||—||Ravshan Bozorov||19|
|2004||Super League (1)||26||10||6||10||37||35||2||36||6th||Quarter-finals||—||—||Marsel Idiatullin||7|
|2006||30||10||8||12||39||55||–16||38||9th||Round of 16||—||—||13|
|2007||30||6||8||16||25||44||–19||26||14th||Round of 32||—||—||Ilkhom Muminjonov||5|
|2008||30||11||4||15||41||38||3||37||8th||Round of 32||—||—||Marsel Idiatullin||8|
|2009||30||11||9||10||34||40||–6||42||6th||Round of 32||—||—||N/A||N/A|
|2010||↓ Super League (1)||26||6||5||15||20||38||–18||23||13th||Semi-finals||—||—||Olim Navkarov||6|
|2011||↑ Pro League (2)||30||25||4||1||102||11||91||79||1st||Round of 16||—||—||Zayniddin Tadjiyev||30|
|2012||Super League (1)||26||14||7||9||43||22||21||49||3rd||Quarter-finals||—||—||11|
|2015||30||23||5||2||66||22||44||74||2nd||Semi-finals||Winner||Group stage||Sanjar Shaakhmedov||14|
|2017||30||22||4||4||67||20||47||70||1st||Winner||—||Group stage||Marat Bikmaev||27|
|2018||20||14||4||2||37||17||20||46||1st||Quarterfinal||—||Group stage||Marat Bikmaev||14|
|2019||26||13||10||3||40||17||23||49||2nd||Round of 16||Winner||Group stage||Temurkhuja Abdukholiqov||11|
|2020||26||10||5||11||28||38||-10||35||10th||Round of 16||-||Preliminary round 2|| Temurkhuja Abdukholiqov
- As of match played 21 January 2020
|AFC Champions League||37||9||11||17||51||57|
The club played its home matches at TTYMI Stadium, a stadium of Tashkent Institute of Railway Transport Engineers. In 2009 Lokomotiv started with construction of a new 8,000-all-seater arena, Lokomotiv Stadium at the place of Traktor Tashkent Stadium and renovation works were finished in Spring 2012. The sport complex includes sporting facilities, a hotel and car parking for 270 vehicles. The new stadium was opened on 11 May 2012 with an official 2012 Uzbek League match between Lokomotiv and FK Andijan. Currently Lokomotiv plays its home matches both at Lokomotiv Stadium and TTYMI Stadium. As of 2017 all home games are played only at TTZ stadium.
Kit manufacturers and shirt sponsorsEdit
The shirt sponsor of Lokomotiv is the national rail carrier O'zbekiston Temir Yo'llari. Lokomotiv's shirts had been made by manufacturer Adidas until 2013. In February 2013, it was announced the club had signed a contract with Joma as the club's new kit manufacturer.
|Period||Kit manufacturer||Shirt partner|
- As of 17 March 2021
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Current technical staffEdit
- As of January 2021
|Assistant coach||Aleksandar Galic|
|Goalkeeping coach||Daniel Chabrera|
|Club doctor||Abror Pirriev|
|Team Manager||Tolabek Akramov|
|Sporting Director||Ravshan Muqimov|
|PR Manager||Mamurjon Mamadaliev|
|Media officer||Xayrulla Xoliqov|
- Winners: 2011
- Winners: 2015, 2019
Had international caps for their respective countries. Players whose name is listed in bold represented their countries while playing for Lokomotiv.
- "armfootball.com: Хорен Оганесян возглавит ташкентский "Локомотив". 12.12.2011. (in Russian)
- "В Узбекистане до марта 2013 года построят и реконструируют 8 стадионов 24 января 2011, (in Russian)
- ""Локомотив"нинг янги стадиондаги илк ўйини дуранг билан якунланди" (in Uzbek). pfl.uz. 11 May 2012. Retrieved 11 May 2012.
- ФК "Локомотив" обзавелся новым стадионом (in Russian). gazeta.uz. 11 May 2012. Retrieved 11 May 2012.
- "Andijon". pfl.uz. Retrieved 17 March 2021.