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FC Kuressaare

FC Kuressaare is a football (soccer) club from Estonia.

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About FC Kuressaare

FC Kuressaare is an Estonian football (soccer) club based in Kuressaare. The club was founded in 1990, and plays at the Kuressaare linnastaadion. Due to their numerous promotions and relegations, they are considered as a yo-yo club. They finished 2nd in Esiliiga in 2008 and thus achieved promotion once again.

League history

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W – Western Zone


As of January 9, 2012.


Notable former players

- Viktor Alonen
- Tõnis Kalde
- Risto Kallaste
- Dmitri Kulikov
- Alari Lell

- Marek Lemsalu
- Martin Lepa
- Tarmo Neemelo
- Jan Õun
- Tarmo Saks

- Maksim Smirnov
- Mark Švets
- Rainer Veskimäe
- Otar Korgalidze
- Valdemaras Martinkėnas

- Svajūnas Rauckis
- Tomas Sirevičius
- Trond Inge Haugland
- Kim Solberg

See also:


Player records

As of 5 November 2011.

Most league appearances

Most league goals


- Jan Važinski (1998–09)
- Sergei Zamogilnõi (20??–)

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