2004 Kazakhstan Premier League

Kazakhstan Super League 2004 was the 13th edition of Kazakhstan Premier League.[1]

Promotion and relegation of 2003 season

It was decided to have 19 teams in league instead of 17.

So, two teams from the Kazakhstan First Division were promoted at the end of last season:

No team was relegated

Club name changes

At the start of season:
FC Yelimay became FC Semey,
FC Batys became FC Akzhayik,
FC Esil Kokshetau became FC Okzhetpes,
FC Tsesna became FC Almaty,
FC Yassi became FC Yassi Sairam

Final standings

Pos Team P W D L F A GD Pts
1 FC Kairat (C) 36 25 8 3 70 21 49 83
2 FC Irtysh 36 24 7 5 56 16 40 79
3 FC Tobol 36 22 11 3 87 27 60 77
4 FC Aktobe Lento 36 22 8 6 52 19 33 74
5 FC Atyrau 36 20 11 5 49 31 18 71
6 FC Esil Bogatyr 36 18 5 13 53 40 13 59
7 FC Taraz (CW) 36 16 11 9 35 23 12 59
8 FC Ekibastuzets 36 17 7 12 42 27 15 58
9 FC Shakhter 36 16 9 11 44 28 16 57
10 FC Zhenis 36 15 6 15 45 44 1 48
11 FC Okzhetpes 36 10 13 13 26 39 -13 43
12 FC Vostok 36 11 7 18 42 54 -12 40
13 FC Zhetysu 36 11 7 18 34 55 -21 40
14 FC Ordabasy 36 11 7 18 37 43 -6 40
15 FC Yassi Sairam 36 9 8 19 30 49 -19 35
16 FC Kaisar 36 9 4 23 24 61 -37 31
17 FC Akzhayik 36 7 4 25 24 83 -59 25
18 FC Almaty 36 4 8 24 22 53 -31 20
19 FC Semey 36 4 1 31 25 84 -59 13
(C) 2004 Super League champions
(CW) 2004 Cup winner
Qualified for the UEFA Champions League 2005-06
Relegated to First Division

Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points

  • Only Kairat would be able to comply with UEFA regulations and book a place in a European cup
  • For financial reasons only Almaty would be able to afford to stay in league for next season
  • 3 points were deducted from Zhenis, due to a violation of transfer rules.
  • Okzhetpes was penalized with a technical loss (0-3), because of playing a non-listed player.
  • Akzhayik was penalized with two technical losses, because of not paying player salaries
  • Kaisar was penalized with ten technical losses, because of leaving the match unfinished.

Kazakhstan Super League 2004 Winners

FC Kairat
Second Title

Top scorers

Player Team Goals (from penalty)
Uzbekistan Ulugbek Bakaev Tobol 22 (3)
Kazakhstan Arsen Tlekhugov Kairat 22 (5)
Kazakhstan Nurbol Zhumaskaliyev Tobol 19
Kazakhstan Maksim Nizovtsev Tobol 17 (1)
Kazakhstan Alibek Buleshev Kairat 14 (1)
Russia Vyacheslav Eremeev Atyrau 14 (3)
Kazakhstan Yuri Zvonarenko Ordabasy/Zhetysu 13
Uzbekistan Jafar Irismetov Kairat 12
Kazakhstan Murat Tleshev Irtysh 12 (3)
Russia Aleksei Kosolapov Tobol 12 (4)
Armenia Aram Voskanyan Esil Bogatyr 11 (1)
Kazakhstan Vladimir Loginov Aktobe Lento 10
Kazakhstan Kairat Ashirbekov Aktobe Lento 10 (4)
Russia Robert Bitarov Ekibastuzets 10 (5)
Turkmenistan Didargylyç Urazow Irtysh 9
Kazakhstan Aleksandr Krokhmal Ordabasy 9
Kazakhstan Viktor Zubarev Esil Bogatyr 9 (1)
Brazil Nilton Pereira Mendes Shakhter/Zhenis 9 (3)

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