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FC Aktobe
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Full name Football Club Aktobe
Ақтөбе Футбол Клубы
Founded 1967
Ground Aktobe Central Stadium
Aktobe, Kazakhstan
(Capacity: 13,200)
Chairman Kazakhstan Sagat Ensegenuly
Manager Russia Vladimir Mukhanov
League Kazakhstan Premier League
2009 1st
Home colours
Away colours

FC Aktobe (Kazakh: Ақтөбе Футбол Клубы, Aqtöbe Fwtbol Klwbı) are a Kazakh football club based at the Central Stadium in Aktobe. Current members and three-time champions of the Kazakhstani Premier League, they also won the country's second level league - First Division - in 2000.

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Name history

  • 1967: Founded as Aktyubinets
  • 1996: Renamed Aktobemunai
  • 1997: Renamed Aktobe
  • 2000: Renamed Aktobe-Lento
  • 2005: Renamed Aktobe once again

League results

Achievements

2005, 2007, 2008, 2009
2008
2008, 2010
2000

European stage

Club bus

Aktobe became national champions for the first time in 2005, gaining a place in the first qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League 2006/07.

However, they did not manage to advance through the First qualifying round, after losing to Latvian champions FK Liepājas Metalurgs 1-2 on aggregate.

They qualified for the UEFA Cup the following season and started positively with a 1-0 win over SV Mattersburg in the first leg of their first qualfying round tie. However, the return leg in Austria saw a 4-2 victory for the home side and thus Aktobe's elimination from the competition.

Season Competition Round Club Score
2006/07 UEFA Champions League 1Q Latvia FK Liepājas Metalurgs 0-1, 1-1
2007/08 UEFA Cup 1Q Austria SV Mattersburg 1-0, 2-4
2008/09 UEFA Champions League 1Q Moldova FC Sheriff Tiraspol 1-0, 0-4
2009/10 UEFA Champions League 2Q Iceland FH Hafnarfjördur 4-0, 2-0
3Q Israel Maccabi Haifa FC 0-0, 3-4
2009/10 UEFA Europa League Play-off Germany Werder Bremen 3-6, 0-2

Notes: Home matches in bold

Current squad

At the start of season. March, 2009 Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
29 Kazakhstan GK Sergey Boychenko
55 Russia GK Andrei Sidelnikov
5 Ukraine DF Petro Badlo1
6 Kazakhstan DF Anton Chichulin
14 Kazakhstan DF Aleksander Kirov
20 Kyrgyzstan DF Emil Kenzhesariev1
8 Kazakhstan DF Samat Smakov (captain)
9 Ukraine MF Oleksandr Mytrofanov1
10 Russia MF Marat Khairullin
17 Russia MF Konstantin Golovskoy1
18 Kazakhstan MF Azat Ersalimov
No. Position Player
33 Belarus MF Andrei Lavrik
77 Kazakhstan MF Andrei Bogomolov
22 Kazakhstan MF Ulyqbek Asanbayev2
23 Kazakhstan MF Yuri Logvinenko
24 Kazakhstan MF Nikita Khokhlov
25 Russia MF Maksim Semyonov1
27 Russia FW Sergei Strukov
11 Kazakhstan MF Nikolay Zabrodin
19 Kazakhstan FW Murat Tleshev
30 Kazakhstan MF Evgeniy Averchenko

(1) Players having also Kazakhstan citizenship (2) Players having also Uzbekistan citizenship

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Reserve team

Players under 21

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

No. Position Player
16 Kazakhstan GK Sergei Radovskiy
26 Kazakhstan GK Marat Duisebaev
24 Kazakhstan DF Rinat Zhiembekov
32 Kazakhstan DF Bagdad Ismagulov
35 Kazakhstan DF Sergei Lisenkov
40 Kazakhstan DF Ubaidulla Kushetov
44 Kazakhstan DF Mukhtar Erimbetov
19 Kazakhstan MF Aset Aitmagambetov
2 Kazakhstan MF Viktor Pukhovoi
6 Kazakhstan MF Askerbek Kazkeev
13 Kazakhstan MF Mirambek Bikeev
No. Position Player
15 Kazakhstan MF Ainar Balsin
19 Kazakhstan MF Aset Aitmagambetov
25 Kazakhstan MF Sabit Kuzhnazarov
30 Kazakhstan MF Aidar Karabalin
34 Kazakhstan MF Evgeniy Savinov
37 Kazakhstan MF Evgeniy Zverev
12 Kazakhstan FW Roman Oraz
28 Kazakhstan FW Maksat Kurmashev
31 Kazakhstan FW Sergei Yudin
36 Kazakhstan FW Almas Ibrashev

Transfers

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

No. Position Player
27 Russia FW Sergei Strukov (from Irtysh)
No. Position Player
3 Kazakhstan MF Vitaliy Ushakov (from Ekibastuzets)
24 Kazakhstan MF Nikita Khokhlov (from Ural)
29 Kazakhstan MF Maxim Semenov (from Olimpia)

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

No. Position Player
2 Kazakhstan DF Renat Dubinsky (to Baltika)
15 Russia DF Maksim Fokin (to FC Kairat)
18 Kazakhstan MF Kairat Ashirbekov (to Shakhter)
No. Position Player
24 Uzbekistan DF Aleksey Nikolaev (to Bunyodkor)
Moldova FW Serghei Rogaciov (to Ural)
11 Uzbekistan FW Jafar Irismetov (to Almaty)

External links

See also

References


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