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Amkar Perm

Amkar Perm is a football (soccer) club from Russia.

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About Amkar Perm

FC Amkar Perm is a professional association football club playing in Russian Premier League.
They are based in the city of Perm and are the easternmost football club in Europe playing in top national competition. Amkar's home stadium is Zvezda Stadium, which was covered with artificial turf in 2005.


Amkar appeared on May 5, 1993 when a team assembled of workers of Perm Mineral Fertilizers factory played the first match in the Cup of Perm city which they won.
The next year Amkar became the champion of Perm Oblast and in 1995 Amkar became a professional club. In 2009 after a strong season, Amkar qualified for the Europa League but lost to eventual runners-up Fulham F.C, therefore missing out the group stage.

The following table shows the progress of the club in recent years:

In August 2006 head coach Sergei Oborin, left the team due to conflict with club administration. Goalkeeping coach Igor Uralyov was briefly appointed as caretaker, and on September 5 Rashid Rakhimov was appointed as the new head coach. Amkar finally finished Russian Premier League as 4th in 2008 and qualified to UEFA Europa League.

Administration and managerial

- President—Gennady Shilov
- General Director—Yuri Grebenyuk
- Head Coach— Miodrag Božović

As of March 3, 2012, according to the


Out on loan

Youth team

The following players are listed by club's website as reserve players and are registered with the RFPL. They are eligible to play for the first team.

Notable players

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

- Vladimir Gabulov
- Roman Vorobyov
- Konstantin Zyryanov
Former USSR countries
- Albert Sarkisyan
- Branimir Subašić
- Vital Bulyha
- Vasily Khomutovsky
- Andrei Lavrik
- Konstantin Vassiljev

- Aleksei Popov
- Algis Jankauskas
- Ghenadie Olexici
- Vyacheslav Krendelyov
- Vitaliy Fedoriv
- Umed Alidodov
- Aleksandr Sayun
- Samir Merzić
- Martin Kushev
- Georgi Peev

- Zahari Sirakov
- Dimitar Telkiyski
- Tomislav Dujmović
- Stevica Ristić
- Radomir Đalović
- Nikola Drinčić
- Mitar Novaković
- Erik Lincar
- Martin Jakubko
- Luka Žinko
- Seiichiro Maki

Club Record Holders

Most league games for Amkar

Aleksei Popov: 386
Konstantin Paramonov: 337
Yevgeni Yarkov: 190
Aleksandr Galeutdinov: 175
Igor Bakhtin: 171
Konstantin Zyryanov: 171
Oleg Fomenko: 170
Igor Uralyov: 157
Rustem Khuzin: 152
Sergei Chebanov: 146

Most league goals for Amkar

Konstantin Paramonov: 188
Konstantin Zyryanov: 48
Martin Kushev: 34
Aleksandr Galeutdinov: 29
Lev Matveyev: 21

Head coaches

- Sergei Oborin (1995-06)
- Rashid Rakhimov (2006–07)
- Miodrag Božović (2008)
- Dimitar Dimitrov (football manager) (2009)
- Rashid Rakhimov (2009–2011)
- Miodrag Božović (2011-)

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