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Saturn Moscow Region, Ramenskoe
Saturnlogo.png
Full name State-Owned Enterprise
of the Moscow Region
Football Club Saturn Moscow Region
Nickname(s) Inoplanetyane (Aliens)
Founded 1946
Ground Saturn Stadium, Ramenskoe
(Capacity: 16,726)
Chairman Russia Boris Gromov
Manager Russia Andrei Gordeev
League Russian Premier League
2009 7th
Home colours
Away colours

FC Saturn Moscow Oblast (formerly: FC Saturn Ramenskoe) (Russian full name: Государственное учреждение Московской области Футбольный клуб "Сатурн" Московская область) is a Russian football (soccer) club, based in the Moscow suburb of Ramenskoe. It is also known as FC Saturn Moscow Region (FC Saturn Moskovskaya Oblast). The club was founded in 1946. Although the club is based in Ramenskoe, the club represents all Moscow Oblast.

Their nickname “Aliens” (Russian инопланетяне) comes from the name 'Saturn'.

It was previously called Krylya Sovetov (1946-1957), Trud (1958-1959) and Saturn-REN TV (February 2002 to January 2004). In 2006 the club beat the record of draw matches played in Russian Premier League during one season - 16 times.

Contents

League and Cup history

Current squad

Saturn Moscow Oblast players in 2008.

First team, as of March 12, 20010, according to Official Russian Premier League site.

The official Saturn website's roster page lists the main squad and the youth squad players on the same page (youth squad players are eligible to play for the main team).

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
1 Czech Republic GK Antonín Kinský
2 Ukraine DF Dmitri Parfenov
4 Russia MF Roman Vorobyov
5 Russia MF Aleksei Igonin
6 Russia DF Dmitri Grachyov
7 Russia MF Pyotr Nemov
8 Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Marko Topić
10 Russia MF Dmitri Loskov
11 Russia MF Denis Boyarintsev
13 Russia MF Dmitri Kudryashov
14 Russia FW Dmitri Kirichenko
15 Russia DF Ruslan Nakhushev
16 Russia DF Vadim Evseev
No. Position Player
19 Slovenia DF Denis Halilović
20 Slovakia FW Martin Jakubko
21 Russia MF Andrei Karyaka
24 Cameroon DF Benoît Angbwa
26 Brazil DF Zelão
28 Russia MF Vladimir Kuzmichyov
29 Belarus FW Leonid Kovel
31 Ukraine MF Evgeniy Levchenko
41 Russia MF Aleksandr Sapeta
63 Russia DF Yevgeni Malkov
77 Russia GK Artyom Rebrov
88 Russia MF Aleksei Ivanov
99 Nigeria FW Solomon Okoronkwo
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Out on loan

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
17 Belarus FW Vladimir Yurchenko (to Belarus Dnepr Mogilev)
35 Russia MF Ivan Temnikov (to Russia Ural)
61 Tajikistan DF Farkhod Vasiev (to Russia Krylya Sovetov Samara)

Reserve squad

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
33 Russia GK Vitali Chilyushkin
42 Russia DF Aleksandr Vlaskin
43 Russia MF Andrei Savchenko
44 Russia MF Nikita Lapin
46 Russia MF Victor Kuzmichyov
48 Russia MF Daniil Mots
49 Russia MF Artyom Anisimov
51 Russia FW Shamil Kurbanov
52 Russia MF Aleksandr Semyachkin
53 Russia MF Aleksandr Kolodko
56 Russia MF Vladimir Sobolev
57 Russia MF Artyom Molodtsov
No. Position Player
58 Russia FW Kirill Kuleshov
60 Russia GK Maksim Staroverov
62 Russia MF Dmitri Nikitinsky
64 Russia DF Sergei Bryzgalov
65 Russia GK Mikhail Filippov
67 Russia MF Emin Makhmudov
69 Russia MF Dmitri Zinovich
70 Russia MF Maksim Plopa
71 Russia MF Artyom Bragin
79 Russia FW Marat Gubzhev
80 Russia GK Aleksei Skornyakov

Saturn's reserve squad played professionally as FC Saturn-2 Ramenskoye in the Russian Second Division in 1999 and 2000. A separate farm club called FC Saturn-2 Moscow Oblast plays in the Russian Second Division as of 2009.

Notable players

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

USSR/Russia
Former USSR countries
Europe
Central America
South America
Africa

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