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Spartak Nalchik
Spartak Nalchik logo
Full name Professional Football Club
Spartak Nalchik
Founded 1935
Ground Spartak Stadium, Nalchik
(Capacity: 14,400)
Chairman Russia Vladimir Balov
Manager Russia Yuri Krasnozhan
League Russian Premier League
2009 11th
Home colours
Away colours

PFC Spartak Nalchik (Russian: Профессиональный футбольный клуб "Спартак" Нальчик) is a Russian football club based in Nalchik. Spartak has played in Russian Premier League since 2006.

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History

FC Spartak Nalchik was founded in 1959 and played in the regional "B-class" tournament. In 1965, Spartak won the competition and was promoted into "A-class", second group. Spartak played in that tournament from 1966 to 1970.

After reorganization of Soviet league system, Spartak played in the Soviet Second League (1971, 1977, 1978, 1981–1989) and Soviet First League (1972–1976, 1979, 1980), having been promoted and relegated several times. In 1990 and 1991 Spartak played in the Buffer League. The club's best result was a 14th position in the First League in 1974 and 1975.

The club has won the title of champions of RSFSR in 1965 and 1970.

In 1992, Spartak Nalchik was entitled to enter Russian First Division. The club was relegated after the 1993 season, but earned promotion back in 1995, after two seasons spent in the Russian Second Division. From 1996 to 2005 Spartak again played in the First Division. In 2005, the team finished second and earned promotion to the Premier League. They were the leaders of Premier League between 10th and 15th rounds in 2006 season. Finally they finished 9th.

Spartak has also been known as "Automobilist" (in 1969–1972) and "Elbrus" (in 1976).

League and Cup history



Russia Russia
Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Domestic Cup Europe Notes Top Scorer Head Coach
1992 2nd, West 8 34 16 3 15 58 47 35 Eduard Kugotov - 19 Kazbek Tlyarugov
1993 2nd, West 16 42 13 8 21 52 73 34 Round of 128 Relegated Eduard Kugotov - 9 Kazbek Tlyarugov
1994 3rd, West 3 40 28 3 9 98 33 59 Round of 64 Aslan Goplachev - 29 Yuri Naurzokov
1995 3rd, West 1 42 30 6 6 127 49 96 Round of 256 Promoted Oleg Kirimov - 22 Boris Sinitsyn
1996 2nd 9 42 17 8 17 62 59 59 Round of 512 Alexandr Zarutsky - 13 Viktor Kumykov
1997 2nd 4 42 23 3 16 74 53 72 Round of 64 Aleksandr Zarutsky - 12 Viktor Kumykov
1998 2nd 15 42 15 11 16 49 52 56 Round of 64 Ali Alchagirov - 9 Kumykov/Zernov/Khantsev
1999 2nd 13 42 17 5 20 49 61 56 Round of 256 Vasily Sepashvili - 14 Aslanbek Khantsev
2000 2nd 5 38 13 9 16 37 44 48 Round of 16 Sergei Tsybul - 7 Khantsev/Ponomarev
2001 2nd 5 34 17 4 13 48 37 55 Round of 64 Maxim Autlev - 12 Soferbi Yeshugov
2002 2nd 6 34 14 11 9 42 30 53 Round of 64 Roman Uzdenov - 12 Soferbi Yeshugov
2003 2nd 15 42 14 10 18 34 49 52 Round of 16 Anzor Dzamikhov - 9 Soferbi Yeshugov
2004 2nd 12 42 16 10 16 53 46 58 Round of 64 Anzor Kunizhev - 9 Yuri Krasnozhan
2005 2nd 2 42 25 11 6 67 36 86 Round of 64 Promoted Andrei Poroshin - 18 Yuri Krasnozhan
2006 1st 9 30 11 8 11 33 32 41 Round of 32 Pilipchuk, Kontsedalov, Korchagin - 5 Yuri Krasnozhan
2007 1st 12 30 8 9 13 29 38 33 Round of 32 Ricardo Jesus - 7 Yuri Krasnozhan
2008 1st 12 30 8 8 14 30 39 32 Quarter-final Rustem Kalimullin - 5 Yuri Krasnozhan
2009 1st 11 30 8 11 11 36 33 35 Round of 32 Shamil Asildarov, Leandro - 8 Yuri Krasnozhan

Current squad

As of 17 March, 2010, according to the Official Russian Premier League.

Official Spartak website's roster page lists main squad players and youth team players on the same page without distinction. Youth team players are eligible to play for the main 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
2 Russia DF Vladislav Khatazhyonkov
3 Russia DF Viktor Vasin
5 Georgia (country) DF Aleksandr Amisulashvili
6 Russia DF Ivan Lapin (on loan from Zenit St. Petersburg)
7 Georgia (country) MF Gogita Gogua
8 Georgia (country) FW David Siradze
9 Uzbekistan MF Marat Bikmoev
11 Russia MF Roman Kontsedalov
13 Russia MF Aleksandr Shchanitsyn
14 Republic of the Congo FW Patrick Etchini
No. Position Player
15 Slovenia FW Dejan Rusič
16 Russia GK Veniamin Mandrykin (on loan from CSKA Moscow)
17 Russia DF Valentin Filatov
18 Russia DF Vladimir Kisenkov
20 Montenegro DF Miodrag Džudović
22 Russia FW Vladimir Dyadyun (on loan from FC Rubin Kazan)
30 Finland GK Otto Fredrikson
31 Brazil MF Leandro
33 Russia MF Kazbek Geteriev
44 Russia FW Arsen Goshokov
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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
10 Russia MF Nikita Malyarov
21 Russia MF Oleg Shalayev
23 Serbia DF Stefan Deak
24 Russia MF Albert Balov
26 Russia GK Anton Antipov
27 Russia FW Aslan Barokov
34 Russia MF Alim Mikheyev
35 Russia FW Mikhail Bilaonov
36 Russia MF Alim Kumykov
37 Russia MF Azamat Merov
39 Russia DF Zaurbek Pliyev
40 Russia GK Artur Kumykov
45 Russia MF Zalim Kanikhov
No. Position Player
46 Russia DF Zalim Kishev
47 Russia MF Rustam Shortanov
48 Russia DF Aleksandr Trubitsin
49 Russia DF Kantemir Khagabanov
50 Russia MF Valeri Zrumov
51 Russia FW Magomed Mitrishev
52 Russia DF Astemir Soblirov
53 Russia MF Timur Teberdiyev
54 Russia DF Akhmat Chochuyev
55 Russia GK Azamat Shogenov
57 Russia DF Ruslan Abazov
58 Russia MF Ruslan Bolov
59 Russia MF Dzhashar Khubiyev

Spartak's reserve squad played professionally as FC Spartak-2 Nalchik in the Russian Third League in 1996 and 1997.

Notable players

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

Russia
Former USSR countries
Europe
Africa
Asia

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