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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Khimki
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Full nameCity District Khimki Municipality's Autonomous Institution "Football Club Khimki"[1]
Nickname(s)Krasno-chyornye (The Red-Blacks)
Founded1997; 25 years ago (1997)
GroundArena Khimki
Capacity18,636
OwnerKhimki
ChairmanSergei Anokhin
ManagerIgor Cherevchenko
LeagueRussian Premier League[2]
2020–218th of 16
WebsiteClub website
Current season

FC Khimki (Russian: ФК Химки) is a Russian professional football club based in Khimki. The club returned to the Russian Premier League in the 2020–21 season.[2]

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 1997. 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 Second League.

Khimki were promoted to the 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, reaching the final. They lost the final match 0–1 to CSKA.

In the 2019–20 Russian Cup, they reached the final once again.

On 15 May 2020, FNL season was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Russia. As the club was in the 2nd position in the standings, they were promoted to the Russian Premier League for the 2020–21 season, returning to the top level after an 11-year break.[2]

League history

Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Cup Europe Top Scorer
(League)
Head Coach
1997 4th, Zone 3 2 40 26 6 8 80 38 84 - Russia Kravchuk – 17 Russia Shtapov
1998 3rd, "West" 10 40 15 8 17 63 60 53 - Russia Georgievsky – 11 Russia Dementyev
Russia Bychkov
Russia Sabitov
1999 3rd, "Centre" 6 36 17 11 8 51 35 62 R256 Russia Khamzin – 11 Russia Sabitov
Russia Kots
2000 1 38 28 4 6 68 22 88 R64 Russia Genich – 18 Russia Piskaryov
Russia Papaev
2001 2nd 12 34 13 4 17 42 54 43 R32 Ukraine Shcheglov – 5
Russia Voronkov – 5
Russia Kovardayev – 5
Russia Petrushin
Russia Sabitov
2002 7 34 14 10 10 38 27 52 R32 Russia Kovardayev – 6 Russia Sabitov
Russia Derkach
2003 12 42 16 9 17 36 46 57 QF Russia Kiselyov – 15 Russia Derkach
Russia Galyamin
2004 5 42 17 10 15 39 33 61 R32 Russia Pogrebnyak – 6 Ukraine Shevchuk
Ukraine Yakovenko
2005 4 42 23 13 6 75 36 82 RU Russia Tikhonov – 15 Ukraine Yakovenko
2006 1 42 30 9 3 83 30 99 R64 Russia Tikhonov – 22 Russia Kazachyonok
2007 1st 9 30 9 10 11 32 33 37 R32 Russia Shirokov – 7 Serbia Muslin
2008 14 30 6 9 15 34 54 27 R16 Russia Nizamutdinov – 9 Russia Yuran
2009 16 30 2 4 24 20 64 10 R32 Russia Antipenko – 6 Russia Sarsaniya
Russia Chugainov
2010 2nd 13 38 11 17 10 39 38 50 R32 Russia Yusupov – 7
Ukraine Dudchenko – 7
Russia Tarkhanov
Russia Bushmanov
2011–12 13 48 16 11 21 54 74 59 R32 Russia Mamtov – 10 Russia Grigoryan
Russia Dolmatov
Russia Tarkhanov
2012–13 16 32 6 10 16 23 40 28 R16 Russia Komkov – 3
Russia Khatazhyonkov – 3
Russia Tarkhanov
Russia Tetradze
Russia Petrakov
2013–14 3rd, "West" 3 32 16 10 6 67 37 58 R64 Russia Antonnikov – 9
Russia Zemchenkov – 9
Russia Tarkhanov
Russia Mukhanov
Russia Gridin
2014–15 4 30 15 9 6 42 27 54 R256 Russia Lipatkin – 6 Russia Uzbekistan Maminov
2015–16 1 24 19 5 0 49 12 62 R16 Russia Armenia Markosov – 11 Russia Khafizov
2016–17 2nd 11 38 11 16 11 40 47 49 R32 Russia Kazaev – 8 Russia Irkhin
2017–18 13 38 12 7 19 33 49 43 R64 Russia Kuzmichev – 7 Russia Irkhin
2018–19 9 38 14 11 13 47 49 53 R32 Russia Kukharchuk – 10 Russia Shalimov
2019–20 2 27 16 6 5 50 19 54 RU Russia Azerbaijan Aliyev – 8 Russia Yuran

Current squad

As of 20 January 2022, according to the official RPL website.

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK Russia RUS Yegor Generalov
2 DF Russia RUS Maksim Karpov (on loan from Krylia Sovetov Samara)
3 DF Sweden SWE Filip Dagerstål
4 DF Nigeria NGA Brian Idowu
5 MF Russia RUS Aleksandr Troshechkin
6 DF Russia RUS Dmitry Tikhy
7 FW Russia RUS Ilya Sadygov
8 MF Russia RUS Denis Glushakov
9 FW Switzerland  SUI Kemal Ademi
10 FW Russia RUS Aleksandr Dolgov
11 DF Russia RUS Elmir Nabiullin
14 MF Sweden SWE Besard Šabović
15 DF Russia RUS Yegor Danilkin
18 MF Russia RUS Artyom Sokolov
No. Pos. Nation Player
21 MF Russia RUS Ilya Kamyshev
22 GK Russia RUS Ilya Lantratov
25 DF Russia RUS Oleksandr Filin
27 MF Armenia ARM David Davidyan
33 DF Slovenia SVN Dušan Stojinović (on loan from Celje)
35 GK Russia RUS Vitali Sychyov
44 FW Russia RUS Ilya Kukharchuk
77 MF Russia RUS Reziuan Mirzov (on loan from Spartak Moscow)
80 FW Russia RUS Maksim Zhumabekov
DF Russia RUS Yuri Zhirkov
DF Belarus BLR Zakhar Volkov (on loan from BATE Borisov)
MF Serbia SRB Nemanja Glavčić
MF Russia RUS Pavel Mamayev

Out on loan

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
DF Russia RUS Kirill Bolshakov (at Olimp-Dolgoprudny)
MF Russia RUS Nikita Balakhontsev (at Olimp-Dolgoprudny)
No. Pos. Nation Player
FW Russia RUS Kamran Aliyev (at SKA-Khabarovsk)
FW Armenia ARM Arshak Koryan (at Orenburg)

Reserve team

Notable players

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

Club records

As of 3 August 2010

Most league appearances for Khimki

  1. Serbia Miodrag Jovanović: 224
  2. Armenia Roman Berezovsky: 175
  3. Russia Nikolai Barkalov: 164
  4. Russia Sergei Kravchuk: 145
  5. Russia Aleksandr Shulenin: 140
  6. Russia Andrey Tikhonov: 124
  7. Russia Aleksandr Makarov: 119
  8. Russia Aleksandr Shvetsov: 116
  9. Russia Igor Nekrasov: 115
  10. Ukraine Russia Sergei Shcheglov: 112

Most league goals for Khimki

  1. Sergei Kravchuk: 46
  2. Andrey Tikhonov: 43
  3. Yuri Georgiyevsky: 30
  4. Konstantin Genich: 29
  5. Nikolai Kovardayev: 27
  6. Vadim Shatalin: 23
  7. Aleksandr Antipenko: 20
  8. Denis Kiselyov: 18
  9. Anton Arkhipov: 16

Managers

Honours

Winners: 2006
Winners: 2000 (Centre), 2015–16 (West)

References

  1. ^ Official Russian Premier League website Archived 26 February 2009 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ a b c "Исполком РФС утвердил итоги Олимп-Первенства ФНЛ-2019/20. "Ротор" и "Химки" выходят в Тинькофф-РПЛ" (in Russian). Russian Football National League. 15 May 2020.

External links

This page was last edited on 20 January 2022, at 14:26
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