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Khimki

Khimki is a football (soccer) club from Russia.

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About Khimki

FC Khimki is a Russian association football club based in Khimki.

History

The team was formed in 1996 by merging two amateur clubs from Khimki, Rodina, and Novator. Khimki entered the amateur league and played their first official match on 17 May 1996. Of more than 150 amateur teams in the competition, only the champions would be promoted to the Third League. Khimki won the tournament, overcoming Energiya Ulyanovsk in the final match in a penalty shootout.

On 30 January 1997, Khimki became a professional football club. In the Third League regional tournament, Khimki finished second and were promoted to the Russian Second Division.

Khimki were promoted to the Russian First Division after the 2000 season. They finished first in the Centre zone of the Second Division, but lost the promotion play-off to Severstal Cherepovets on away goals. After Severstal refused to play in the First Division, their place was given to Khimki.

In 2005, Khimki had a very good run in the Russian Cup (football), reaching the final. They lost the final match 0–1 to PFC CSKA Moscow.

League history


- Viktor Budyanskiy
- Aleksei Bugayev
- Andrei Chichkin
- Yuri Drozdov
- Valeri Kleimyonov
- Andrei Kondrashov
- Sergei Nekrasov
- Pavel Pogrebnyak
- Denis Popov
- Roman Shirokov
- Andrey Tikhonov
- Yegor Titov
- Roman Vorobyov
- Renat Yanbayev
Former USSR countries
- Artak Alexanyan
- Roman Berezovsky

- Barsegh Kirakosyan
- Robert Zebelyan
- Emin Agaev
- Timofei Kalachev
- Maksim Romaschenko
- Artsyom Radzkow
- Andrei Stepanov (footballer)
- Vladimir Voskoboinikov
- Valeri Abramidze
- Gogita Gogua
- Giorgi Lomaia
- Giorgi Navalovski
- Edik Sadzhaya
- Dmitriy Lyapkin
- Roman Uzdenov
- Oskars Kļava
- Darius Miceika
- Mantas Samusiovas
- Valdas Trakys
- Victor Golovatenco

- Oleg Hromtov
- Iurie Priganiuc
- Radu Rebeja
- Oleg Shishkin
- Vladimir Bayramov
- Dmytro Parfenov
- Vladimir Shishelov

Europe
- Dragan Blatnjak
- Ricardo Santos Lago
- Vule Trivunović
- Florin Costin Şoavă
- Dragan Mrđa
- Martin Jakubko
- Nastja Čeh

Africa
- Abdelillah Bagui
- Richard Eromoigbe

Club records


Most league appearances for Khimki

Miodrag Jovanović (footballer born 1977): 224
Nikolai Barkalov: 164
Roman Berezovsky: 150
Sergei Kravchuk: 145
Aleksandr Shulenin: 140
Andrey Tikhonov: 124
Aleksandr Vladimirovich Makarov: 119
Aleksandr Shvetsov: 116
Igor Nekrasov: 115
Sergei Shcheglov: 112

Most league goals for Khimki

Sergei Kravchuk: 46
Andrey Tikhonov: 43
Yuri Georgiyevsky: 30
Konstantin Genich: 29
Nikolai Kovardayev: 27
Vadim Shatalin: 23
Aleksandr Antipenko: 20
Denis Kiselyov: 18
Anton Arkhipov: 16

Managers

(1996-97)
- Igor Bychkov (1997, interim)
- Ravil Sabitov (1997-99), (2001-02)
- Alexandr Piskarev (2000)
- Viktor Papayev (2000)
- Aleksei Petrushin (2001)
- Sergey Derkach (2002-03)
- Dmitry Galyamin (2003)
(2004)
- Vladimir Shevchuk (2004)
- Pavel Yakovenko (2004-05)
- Vladimir Kazachyonok (2006-07)
- Slavoljub Muslin (2007-08)
- Sergei Yuran (2008)
- Konstantin Sarsania (2009)
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