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FC Sibir Novosibirsk

FC Sibir Novosibirsk
Full name Football Club Sibir Novosibirsk
Nickname(s) Orly (The Eagles)
Chikalda
Founded 1936 (1936)
Ground Spartak Stadium, Novosibirsk
Ground Capacity 12,500
Chairman Lev Strelkov
Manager Boris Stukalov
League Russian National Football League
2014–15 11th

FC Sibir Novosibirsk (Russian: ФК «Сибирь» Новосибирск) is a Russian association football club based in Novosibirsk, playing at the Spartak Stadium. They played their first-ever season in the Russian Premier League in 2010, and ended with relegation to the Russian First Division.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Club honours 2
  • League history 3
    • Russia 3.1
  • European campaigns 4
  • Current squad 5
    • Reserve squad 5.1
  • Notable players 6
  • References 7
  • External links 8

History

The club was founded in 1936 and has been known as:

  • Burevestnik (Petrel) in 1936–1937
  • Krylya Sovetov (Soviet Wings) in 1938–1956
  • Sibselmash (Siberian Agricultural Machinery) in 1957–1965
  • SETM (Siberian Electrical Heavy Engineering) in 1970
  • Dzerzhinets (after Felix Dzerzhinsky) in 1971
  • Chkalovets (after Valery Chkalov) in 1972–1991 and 1993–1999
  • Chkalovets-FoKuMiS in 1992
  • Chkalovets-1936 in 2000–2005
  • Sibir (Siberia) since 2006

The team played in the Soviet leagues in 1937 (Group E), 1946–1947 (Third Group and Second Group), in 1957–1960 (Class B), 1964–1965 (Class B), 1969–1984 (Group B and Second League), and in 1987–1991 (Second League and Second League B).

In 1992 Chkalovets entered the newly formed Russian First League and in 1994 was moved to the Russian Second League after the reduction of the First League. In 1994 Chkalovets were promoted to the First League, where they played in 1995 and 1996. In 1996 Chkalovets finished last among 22 teams and were relegated to the Second League.

In 2000 Chkalovets merged with Olimpik Novosibirsk, keeping their place in the Second League, and the team named Chkalovets-1936 entered the amateur league (KFK). According to Sibir [3] and independent sources [4], it is Chkalovets-1936 that inherits the history of the Soviet club.

Chkalovets-1936 were promoted to the Second League after the 2000 season, and in 2004 they won promotion to the First Division. They changed their name as Sibir in 2006 and promoted to Russian Premier League once after finishing First League as 2nd in 2009.

On 16 May 2010, Sibir lost in the Russian Cup 2009–10 final against Zenit 0–1, but as Zenit qualified for the Champions League, Sibir gained the right to compete in the Europa League in 2010–11, for the first time in their history.

Continuing to make history: on 19 August 2010 Siber sensationally beat PSV in a Europa League match, 1–0, with a goal in stoppage time.

Club honours

League history

Russia

Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Cup Europe Top Scorer (League) Head Coach
1992 2nd, "East" 4 30 15 6 9 48 38 36 Kovalyov – 11 Yerkovich
1993 2nd, "East" 14 30 8 7 15 39 43 23 R256 Nikulin – 9 Yerkovich
1994 3rd, "Siberia" 1 22 16 3 3 51 12 35 R256 Nikulin – 12 Shevchenko
1995 2nd 11 42 19 4 19 58 65 61 R32 Galkin – 14 Shevchenko
1996 2nd 22 42 7 6 29 44 102 27 R64 Pimenov – 10 Shevchenko / Zaburdaev
1997 3rd, "East" 6 34 16 8 10 46 32 56 R64 Obgolts – 9 Yerkovich
1998 3rd, "East" 2 30 16 12 2 41 17 60 R512 Nikulin – 9 Iromashvili
1999 3rd, "East" 5 30 16 6 8 60 42 54 R32 Lidrik – 17 Iromashvili
2000 LFL(4th), "Siberia" 1 16 15 1 0 65 6 46 R1024 Iromashvili
2001 3rd, "East" 5 28 12 11 5 36 21 47 Lidrik – 11 Iromashvili
2002 3rd, "East" 2 30 19 6 5 61 28 63 R256 Ragoza – 17 Iromashvili / Yerkovich
2003 3rd, "East" 6 24 11 7 6 38 27 40 R32 Shtyn – 8 Yerkovich / Shmarov
2004 3rd, "East" 1 27 19 5 3 53 19 62 R256 Akimov – 24 Puzanov
2005 2nd 10 42 15 11 16 51 53 56 R512 Akimov – 18 Puzanov / Davydov
2006 2nd 7 42 19 8 15 67 45 65 R64 Akimov – 23 Davydov / Radyukin
2007 2nd 3 42 25 11 6 80 39 86 R16 Akimov – 34 Fayzulin
2008 2nd 14 42 14 16 12 51 41 58 R4 Akimov – 12 Oborin
2009 2nd 2 38 22 7 9 60 21 73 F Medvedev – 18 Kriushenko
2010 1st 16 30 4 8 18 34 58 20 R8 EU PO Medvedev – 6 Kriushenko
2011–12 2nd 7 52 19 19 14 76 57 76 R32 Akimov – 20 Kriushenko / Radyukin /

Miller / Kubicki

2012–13 2nd 8 32 12 9 11 34 38 45 R32 Medvedev – 6 Yuran / Kubicki

European campaigns

Season Competition Round Opponent Home Away Aggregate
2010–11 UEFA Europa League 3Q Apollon Limassol 1–0 1–2 2–2
PO PSV Eindhoven 1–0 0–5 1–5

Current squad

As of 3 August 2015,[1] 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 Ilya Trunin
3 DF Maksim Plopa
4 DF Tomáš Vychodil
5 DF Victor Golovatenco
7 FW Roman Belyayev
8 DF Aleksandr Makarenko
9 FW Maksim Zhitnev
10 MF Ivan Nagibin
19 MF Vladimir Azarov
20 GK Daniil Avdyushkin
22 GK Mykola Tsygan
No. Position Player
28 DF Ruslan Magal
32 MF Denis Skorokhodov
33 MF Aslan Dyshekov
37 MF Eugeniu Cebotaru
44 DF Vyacheslav Larents
52 MF Yevgeni Zinovyev
55 DF Aleksei Gladyshev
59 DF Andrei Ivanov
83 MF Aleksandr Kharitonov
93 DF Vyacheslav Shishkin
95 FW Ilmir Yakupov

Reserve squad

FC Sibir reserve team, FC Sibir-2 Novosibirsk, played in Russian Second Division (East Zone) in 2008, and then once again beginning in 2011.

Notable players

The following players represented their countries while playing for Sibir.

References

  1. ^ http://fc-sibir.ru/Team/first-team/stats

External links

  • Official website (Russian)
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