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FK Moskva

FK Moskva is a football (soccer) club from Russia.

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About FK Moskva

This article refers to the Moscow government team formed in 2004. For the predecessors in the Russian Premier League, see FC Torpedo-ZIL and FC Torpedo-Metallurg.

FC Moscow (Russian: Футбольный клуб Москва), was a Russian football (soccer) club, based in Moscow, formerly of the Russian Premier League. Moscow's best result in Russian Premier League was a 4th position in 2007 in Russian football. In February 2010 the club withdrew from the Premier League after their owner and main sponsor, MMC Norilsk Nickel, withdrew funding. Their place in the league was taken by Alania Vladikavkaz. Subsequently FC Moscow folded, ceasing to exist as a professional football club. They played in 2010 in the fourth level of the Russian football pyramid, the Amateur Football League, and after that season the team was dissolved altogether on December 28.

History

The creation of the team was firstly announced by the Moscow government on 1 March 2004. FC Moscow was formed on the base of FC Torpedo-Metallurg. The team played in the Russian Cup (football) final in 2007.

League and cup history

As FC Torpedo-ZIL (1997–2002), FC Torpedo-Metallurg (2003).

Russia
usually wears a cap).

FC Moscow in Europe

FC Moscow in its first appearance on the European arena reached the third round of 2006 Intertoto Cup and was eliminated by Hertha BSC Berlin.
FC Moscow is now making their second appearance in Europe in the 2008-09 UEFA Cup, beating Legia Warsaw in the qualifying round.

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- Oleg Sergeyev
- Aleksandr Borodyuk
- Sergei Gorlukovich
- Sergey Shustikov
- Dmitri Khlestov
- Roman Adamov
- Dimitri Ananko
- Aleksei Arifullin
- Aleksei Berezutski
- Vasili Berezutski
- Pyotr Bystrov
- Aleksandr Filimonov
- Dmitri Kirichenko
- Oleg Kornaukhov
- Vladimir Lebed
- Andrei Novosadov
- Nikolai Pisarev
- Sergei Podpaly
- Aleksei Rebko
- Aleksandr Ryazantsev
- Aleksandr Samedov
- Aleksandr Sheshukov
- Sergei Semak
- Roman Shirokov

Former USSR countries
- Sargis Hovsepyan
- Yervand Krbachyan
- Andrey Movsisyan

- Emin Agaev
- Vyaçeslav Lıçkin
- Narvik Sirkhayev
- Anton Amelchenko
- Barys Haravoy
- Vladimir Korytko
- Andrei Ostrovskiy
- Syarhey Yaskovich
- Yuri Zhevnov
- Gia Grigalava
- Mikheil Jishkariani
- Alexander Rekhviashvili
- Ruslan Baltiev
- Evgeniy Lovchev
- Vladimirs Koļesņičenko
- Andris Vaņins
- Edgaras Česnauskis
- Ignas Dedura
- Rolandas Džiaukštas
- Tadas Gražiūnas
- Saulius Mikalajūnas
- Irmantas Stumbrys
- Giedrius Žutautas
- Alexandru Curtianu
- Alexandru Epureanu
- Stanislav Ivanov
- Alexandru Popovici (Moldovan footballer)
- Radu Rebeja
- Oleg Shirinbekov
- Yuri Moroz
- Oleksandr Pomazun

- Bakhtiyor Ashurmatov
- Ulugbek Bakayev

Europe
- Ricardo Santos Lago
- Miro Katić
- Branislav Krunić
- Munever Rizvić
- Roman Hubník
- Goran Maznov
- Damian Gorawski
- Mariusz Jop
- Pompiliu Stoica
- Zvonimir Vukić
- Martin Jakubko
- Amir Karič
- Branko Ilič
- Jonas Wallerstedt

South America
- Maximiliano Moralez
- Maxi López

Africa
- Jerry-Christian Tchuissé
- Baba Adamu
- Isaac Okoronkwo
- Stanton Fredericks

Former coaches

- Oleg Blokhin
- Leonid Slutsky (football manager)
- Sergei Petrenko (footballer)
- Miodrag Božović

Club records

As of January 1, 2009. Including FC Torpedo-ZIL and FC Torpedo-Metallurg seasons.

Most league games for the club

Héctor Bracamonte: 132
Konstantin Veselovskiy / Oleg Kuzmin: 115
Stanislav Ivanov: 112
Radu Rebeja: 110
Dmitri Godunok: 100
Maksim Beletskiy: 96
Yuri Zhevnov: 95
Mikhail Sinyov: 94
Munever Rizvić: 92
Pompiliu Stoica: 88
Mariusz Jop: 83
Valeri Leonov: 81
Aleksei Melyoshin: 78
Aleksandr Borodkin / Maksim Mishatkin: 76
Sergei Lavrentyev: 74
Sergey Shustikov: 73
Nikolai Barkalov: 72
Emin Agaev / Pyotr Bystrov / Aleksei Snigiryov: 70

Most league goals for the club

Aleksei Snigiryov: 52
Héctor Bracamonte: 35
Gleb Panfyorov: 27
Dmitri Kirichenko: 26
Roman Adamov: 24
Sergei Lavrentyev: 21
Aleksandr Vladimirovich Smirnov: 20
Yuri Yakovenko: 15
Konstantin Veselovskiy / Valeri Klimov (footballer): 13




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