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FC Tytan Armyansk

 

FC Tytan Armyansk

FC Tytan Armyansk
Club emblem
Full name FC Tytan Armyansk
Founded 1969
Ground "Khimik",
Armyansk,
Crimea
Ground Capacity 5000
Chairman Valeriy Kalmykov
Manager Oleh Leshchynskyi
League Ukrainian First League
2011–12 14th

FC Tytan Armyansk (Ukrainian: ФК Титан; Russian: ФК Титан) is a Ukrainian football club based in Armyansk. It plays in the Persha Liha.

Colors are (Home) gold shirts, black shorts. (Away) white shirts, black shorts.

History

The first official name the team received was "The Builders" (Stroitel) in 1969, although, the team already existed and participated in the regional competitions since 1964, but without a real name. The team began to play its games on some quickly cleared up area for a football(soccer) field. Simultaneously, the construction of a new stadium started as well. The main and only sponsor of the team was a local chemical plant, the director (Vsevolod Stepanov) of which decided to change the name for the team to "Tytan" in 1973. The name was introduced to symbolize the power, in sport as well, of the real giant of chemical industry in the whole southern region of the country. In 1974 the team entered a semi-professional competition. In the same year "Tytan" received at its exploitation a new stadium, "Khimik" (5000 seats). And in 1975 the new unofficial club was founded with its own headquarters and stadium, which included three playing fields and its own swimming pool. The first club president was Stepanov Vsevolod Mykolayovich. The first stadium director became Kohut Ivan Dmytrovich. The first team manager was Basov Herman Nizamovich. The first match at the "Khimik" stadium took place on the Victory Day of 1975 (9 May 1975) "FC Tytan Armyansk"-"Tavriya Simferopol" 2:2 (2 goals for "Tytan" were scored by Anatolij Lebid).

Honours

  • "KFK" Runner-up: 1977
  • UkrSSR Cup(2): 1977, 1984("Worker Gazette" prize)
  • UkrSSR Cup finalist(2): 1976, 1985
  • Champion of Crimea(12): 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1988, 1990
  • Crimean Cup(9): 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1981, 1985, 1987, 1989, 1990
Winners: (1)
2010
Runner-up: (3)
1992, 1997, 2008
  • Ukrainian Second League Cup
Runner-up: (1)
2000–01
  • International friendlies record: 6 games, 3 wins, 2 draws, a loss

League and cup history

Soviet Union

"KFK" Zone Groups(semi-professional level)
in 1974 the team placed 5th
1975—2nd 1985—3rd
1976—1st 1986—2nd
1977—1st 1987—4th
1978—1st 1988—4th
1979—2nd 1989—6th
1980—2nd 1990—8th
1981—2nd 1991—1st
1982—3rd

Ukraine

Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Domestic Cup Europe Notes
1992 3rd "B" 2 16 8 5 3 19 10 21 Did not qualify
1992–93 3rd 17 34 10 6 18 42 54 26 1/64 finals
1993–94 3rd 14 42 13 12 17 47 38 38 1/64 finals
1994–95 3rd 6 42 22 10 10 68 36 76 1/32 finals
1995–96 3rd "B" 6 38 19 10 9 59 38 67 1/64 finals
1996–97 3rd "B" 2 32 17 6 7 51 29 57 1/64 finals
1997–98 3rd "B" 8 34 11 9 12 36 36 42 1/32 finals
1998–99 3rd "B" 9 26 10 6 10 31 38 36 1/64 finals
1999-00 3rd "B" 6 26 11 4 11 30 34 37 1/8 finals Second League Cup
2000–01 3rd "B" 4 28 14 8 6 38 21 50 1/16 finals forfeit
2001–02 3rd "B" 13 34 10 10 14 32 42 40 1/64 finals
2002–03 3rd "B" 12 30 8 5 17 30 48 29 1/32 finals
2003–04 3rd "B" 9 30 10 10 10 31 31 40 1/16 finals
2004–05 3rd "B" 4 26 13 5 8 44 32 44 1/32 finals
2005–06 3rd "B" 10 28 8 9 11 33 39 33 1/32 finals
2006–07 3rd "B" 3 28 16 8 4 48 21 56 1/8 finals
2007–08 3rd "B" 2 34 22 5 7 74 39 71 1/16 finals
2008–09 3rd "B" 4 34 19 7 8 55 31 64 1/64 finals
2009–10 3rd "B" 1 26 21 3 2 50 20 66 1/32 finals Promoted
2010–11 2nd 11 34 13 5 16 32 42 44 1/16 finals
2011–12 2nd 14 34 9 5 20 33 59 32 1/16 finals
2012–13 2nd 12 34 13 9 12 44 40 48 1/32 finals
2013–14 2nd 1/32 finals

Current squad

As of 9 May 2013. Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Ukraine GK Serhiy Naumenko
2 Ukraine MF Anton Mukhovykov
3 Ukraine DF Vitaliy Rozgon
4 Ukraine MF Andriy Matsak
5 Ukraine DF Serhiy Karpenko
6 Ukraine DF Andriy Bashlay
7 Ukraine MF Andriy Smalko
8 Ukraine MF Roman Voynarovskyy
9 Ukraine DF Roman Klymentovskiy
11 Ukraine FW Serhiy Zhygalov
13 Ukraine MF Andriy Maslov
14 Ukraine MF Vitaliy Subochev
No. Position Player
15 Ukraine FW Vitaliy Prokopchenko
16 Moldova MF Serhei Nudnii
17 Ukraine MF Arsen Ablyametov
18 Ukraine DF Andriy Fartushnyak
19 Ukraine MF Vyacheslav Hadi
20 Ukraine GK Artyom Koshelev (Captain)
21 Ukraine FW Serhiy Kravchenko
22 Ukraine DF Andriy Klyuchik
23 Ukraine MF Artem Kultyshev
25 Ukraine MF Gegam Kadimyan
26 Ukraine MF Roman Dovzhik

Coaches

  • Soviet Union Eduard Fedin (1974–1975)
  • Soviet Union Herman Basov (1975–)
  • Ukraine Serhiy Kozlov (2001–2004)
  • Ukraine Anatoliy Borysenko (2005–2006)
   
  • Ukraine Oleh Leshchynskyi (2012–)

References

FC Tytan official site

Template:FC Tytan Armyansk managers

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