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FC Kaluga

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FC Kaluga
Full nameFootball Club Kaluga
Nickname(s)Kosmonavty (the Cosmonauts)
Founded2009
GroundAnnenki Arena
Capacity3,643
OwnerKaluga / Kaluga Oblast / Oleg Mitrofanov
ChairmanOleg Mitrofanov
ManagerKonstantin Dzutsev
LeagueRussian Professional Football League
Group 3
2019–20Zone Center, 9th

FC Kaluga (Russian: ФК Калуга) is an association football club from Kaluga, Russia, founded in 2009. The Club is playing in the Russian Professional Football League. The team appeared after uniting two football Clubs from Kaluga: FC MiK Kaluga and FC Lokomotiv Kaluga. The two teams finished 1st and 2d in Russian Amateur Football League Chernozemic Zone championship in 2009 and Kaluga faced the opportunity to promote a football club that could represent the City to Russian Professional Football League so the two teams were united.

Current squad

As of 17 July 2021, according to the FNL 2 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
GK Russia RUS Daniil Akhramochkin
GK Russia RUS Mikhail Borodko
GK Russia RUS Timur Kraykov (on loan from Sokol Saratov)
DF Russia RUS Dmitri Dyomin
DF Russia RUS Daniil Knurov
DF Russia RUS Aleksandr Novitskiy
MF Russia RUS Nikita Antipov
MF Russia RUS Dmitri Baranov
MF Russia RUS Kirill Basov
MF Russia RUS Nikita Burdykin
MF Russia RUS Aleksei Churinov
No. Pos. Nation Player
MF Russia RUS Yuri Dubrovin
MF Russia RUS Aleksei Kharchenko
MF Russia RUS Sergei Khrapov
MF Russia RUS Andrei Kosenko
MF Russia RUS Vladislav Nikitin
MF Russia RUS Denis Romanyuk
MF Russia RUS Andrei Volgin
FW Russia RUS Narek Manukyan
FW Russia RUS Nikolai Sukhanov
FW Russia RUS Denis Syomin
FW Russia RUS Artyom Yarkin
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