Tallinna JK Legion

Tallinna Jalgpalli Klubi Legion or simply TJK Legion is an Estonian football club, based in Tallinn. On 4 January 2007, Tallinna Jalgpalli Klubi and Tallinna SK Legion merged into this club. Legion also has a reserve team. Its name is Tallinna JK Legion II.

TJK Legion
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Full nameTallinna Jalgpalli Klubi Legion
Founded4 January 2007
GroundKadriorg Stadium
Capacity5,000
ManagerDenis Belov
LeagueMeistriliiga
20215th
WebsiteClub website

PlayersEdit

Current squadEdit

As of 28 July 2022.[1] 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   LVA Ivans Baturins
4 DF   EST Vladislav Jegorov
8 MF   EST Daniel Fedotov
9 MF   EST Nikita Ivanov
11 MF   EST Aleksander Svedovski
12 DF   EST Nikita Salamatov
13 MF   EST Pavel Dõmov
15 DF   EST Danil Pankov
17 MF   EST Nikita Grankin
20 FW   EST Stefan Tsendei
21 MF   EST Daniel Fedotov
22 DF   EST Aleksandr Nikolajev
25 MF   EST Leonid Arhipov
No. Pos. Nation Player
30 DF   EST Aleksandr Volodin
31 FW   EST Ivan Timofejev
33 MF   EST Nikolay Mashichev
39 FW   EST Vladimir Ištšenko
41 GK   EST Pavel Londak
45 FW   EST Nikita Kondratski
47 DF   EST Mathias Palts
77 MF   EST Deniss Drabinko
88 FW   EST Filipp Drabinko
91 FW   EST Daniil Tarassenkov
96 MF   EST Markus Vaherna
DF   EST Erko Jonne Tõugjas (on loan from FC Flora)

For season transfers, see transfers winter 2021–22 and transfers summer 2022.

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
No. Pos. Nation Player

PersonnelEdit

StatisticsEdit

League and CupEdit

Season Division Pos Teams Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Avg. Att. Top Goalscorer Estonian Cup
2008 II Liiga E/N 2 14 26 20 4 2 68 24 +44 64 Sergei Dõmov (10)  –
2009 Esiliiga 6 10 36 13 5 18 63 76 −13 44 66 Maksim Kisseljov (17)  –
2010 6 10 36 11 6 19 57 81 −24 39 51 Maksim Kisseljov (14) First Round
2011 9 10 36 7 6 23 44 104 −60 27 54 Maksim Kisseljov and Roman Sirotkin (10) Second Round
2012 II Liiga E/N 4 14 26 14 7 5 63 38 +25 49 38 Maksim Gussev (15) Second Round
2013 Esiliiga B 7 10 36 13 5 18 55 77 −22 44 36 Rauf-Roman Mikailov (8) First Round
2014 10 10 36 7 6 23 53 111 −58 27 34 Rauf-Roman Mikailov (10) Third Round
2015 II Liiga E/N 14 14 36 5 2 19 40 84 −48 17 37 Maksim Kisseljov (6)  –
2016 8 14 36 11 1 14 55 61 -6 34 34 Stefan Tšendei (14) Second Round
2017 1 14 36 19 3 4 119 39 +80 60 34 Rejal Alijev (33) Second Round
2018 Esiliiga B 1 10 36 32 2 2 125 31 +94 98 Rejal Alijev (20) Fourth Round
2019 Esiliiga 1 10 36 28 5 3 127 35 +92 89 Rejal Alijev (38) Second Round
2020 Meistriliiga 7 10 30 8 7 15 26 44 -18 31 Nikita Andreev (10) Second Round
2021 5 10 32 11 7 14 49 48 +1 40 Aleksandr Šapovalov (11) Fourth Round

HonoursEdit

2014 – Gothia Cup (Boys 2003)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "TJK Legion (2022)". jalgpall.ee. Retrieved 10 March 2022.

External linksEdit