|Surname||Ertis Pavlodar Football Club|
|First soccer team|
|Head coach||Milan Milanović|
|Venue||Pavlodar Central Stadium|
The FK Ertis Pavlodar ( Kazakh Ертіс Футбол Клубы / Ertis Futbol Kluby ; Russian Иртыш футбольный клуб / Irtysh futbolny club ) is a Kazakh football club from Pavlodar , in the Premjer league play. The club is Kazakhstan's record champions with five titles; in addition, there is a win of the Kazakh Cup. The club ranks first in the all-time table of the Kazakh league by a wide margin. The football division is part of the Ertis Pawlodar sports club (Kazakh. Ертіс Спорт Клубы / Ertis Sport Kluby ; Russian Иртыш спортивный клуб / Irtysch sportiwny klub ).
The association was founded in 1964 as Ertis Pawlodar (Kazakh) or Irtysch Pawlodar (Russian). In 1968 the name was changed to Traktor Pavlodar (Трактор Павлодар). After the end of the Soviet era , the association was renamed Ansat Pavlodar (Ансат Павлодар) in 1993 and in 1996 again in the original name, which is derived from the Kazakh name of the Irtysh River (Ertis).
The team took part in the Soviet championship a total of 26 times from 1965 to 1971 and from 1973 to 1991. Most of the seasons were spent in the third highest league in the Soviet Union. In the seasons 1969, 1973, 1978, 1980, 1988 and 1989 the team from Pavlodar won the zone championship and fought against other zone champions for promotion to the second highest Soviet league . The ascent was successful twice. In the 1979 and 1981 seasons, the team took part in the game operations of the second Soviet league, but had to take the bitter step into the third division. With two seasons in the second-highest league of the Soviet Union, Irtysh Pavlodar is the third-best team in Kazakhstan after Kairat Almaty and Shakhtar Karagandy .
After Kazakhstan's independence, the club was a founding member of the Kazakh Super League . In 1992, the bronze medal was won in the very first edition of the competition. In 1993 the first championship title was won and in the following year the runner-up behind the FK Jelimai Semipalatinsk . The 1995 season ended Ertis in seventh place. In 1997, when FK Taras, who were tied on points, was defeated 1-0 in the play-off at the Almaty central stadium in front of 7,500 spectators on October 13 , 1999 four points ahead of Access-Jessil Petropavlovsk , in 2002 eight points ahead of second-placed FK Atyrau and in 2003 in front of runner-up Tobyl Qostanai were followed by further championship titles, making the club the record champions of Kazakhstan with five championship titles. In 2009 the team reached a disappointing ninth place, which is the worst placement of the team from Pavlodar. In 2010 the team improved and reached third place.
In 1998 they won their first cup when Qaisar Hurricane Qysylorda was beaten 2-1 after extra time. In addition, the team was twice in the final of the Kazakh Cup. In 2001, Schenis Astana proved too strong on penalties , and in 2002 the Astana club scored 1-0.
Ertis is one of only two teams, besides Shakhtar Karagandy , that took part in all events of the Kazakh elite class.
Participation in AFC competitions
For the first time the club from Pavlodar appeared in the AFC Champions League in the 1994/95 season. In the Central Asian group, the club had to be content with third place behind FK Neftchi Fargʻona from Uzbekistan and Köpetdag Ashgabat from Turkmenistan with only three points from four games.
In the 1998/99 edition, after Köpetdag Aşgabat was beaten, the team was disqualified for unauthorized use of unauthorized players.
In the following tournament in 1999/2000 the Uzbek representative Paxtakor Tashkent was eliminated in the first round with a total score of 9: 5. In the second round, Varzob Dushanbe from Tajikistan had no chance after 4-0 and 1-0 against Irtysh. In the quarterfinals, however, all three group games were lost and the team was eliminated.
In the 2000/01 season Ertis Pavlodar reached the semi-finals of the AFC Champions League, but failed to Júbilo Iwata from Japan. In the game for third place, the team lost 2-0 against Iranian representatives Pirouzi Tehran .
European Cup balance sheet
The team failed to qualify for the 2003/04 UEFA Champions League against Cypriot representatives Omonia Nicosia after a 0-0 draw and a 2-1 home defeat. In the first qualifying round for the 2009/10 UEFA Europa League , the club faced Hungarian club Haladás Szombathely and were eliminated from the competition after 1-0 and 2-1 on the away goals rule .
In the 2011/12 season, the first hurdle on the European football stage was overcome in the third attempt when the Polish club Jagiellonia Białystok was beaten in the first qualifying round for the UEFA Europa League. The next opponent Olimpi Rustavi from Georgia turned out to be too strong for the team from Pavlodar.
|2003/04||UEFA Champions League||1st qualifying round||Omonia Nicosia||1: 2||0: 0 (A)||1: 2 (H)|
|2009/10||UEFA Europa League||1st qualifying round||Haladás Szombathely||a )2: 2 (||0: 1 (A)||2: 1 (H)|
|2011/12||UEFA Europa League||1st qualifying round||Jagiellonia Białystok||2: 1||0: 1 (A)||2: 0 (H)|
|2nd qualifying round||Olimpi Rustavi||1: 3||1: 1 (A)||0: 2 (H)|
|2013/14||UEFA Europa League||1st qualifying round||Levski Sofia||2-0||0: 0 (A)||2: 0 (H)|
|2nd qualifying round||NK Široki Brijeg||3: 4||3: 2 (H)||0: 2 (A)|
|2017/18||UEFA Europa League||1st qualifying round||Dunaw Russian FC||3-0||1: 0 (H)||2: 0 (A)|
|2nd qualifying round||FK Red Star Belgrade||1: 3||1: 1 (H)||0: 2 (A)|
|2018/19||UEFA Europa League||1st qualifying round||FK Trakai||0: 1||0: 0 (A)||0: 1 (H)|
Overall record: 18 games, 6 wins, 5 draws, 7 defeats, 15:16 goals (goal difference −1)
Achievements and Statistics
- Kazakh Championship :
- Soviet championship:
- Zone champions in the third division: 1969, 1973, 1978, 1980, 1988, 1989
Historical league results
- Biggest win: 6: 0 against Aktyubinez Aktyubinsk 1992, Bolat Temirtau 1994, Vostok Öskemen 1996, Schiger Schymkent 1996, Batys Oral 2003, Aqschajyq Oral 2004
- Biggest defeat: 2: 7 against FK Aqtöbe 2011
Ertis Pavlodar plays his home games in the central stadium built in 1947 . It can seat 15,000 spectators and was modernized in 2001 and 2007. In the 2005 season , the Central Stadium in Pavlodar was the most visited stadium in the Kazakh Premier League .
Current squad for the 2020 season
|number||player||nationality||Date of birth||With Irtysh since|
|12||Syarhej Chernik||202 July 1988||2020|
|-||Andrei Passechenko||August 9, 1987||2019|
|2||Rafkat Aslan||February 2, 1994||2018|
|15th||Dmitri Schmidt||17th November 1993||2018|
|25th||Ruslan Yessimov||April 28, 1990||2015|
|26th||Miloš Stamenković||June 1, 1990||2019|
|44||Grigory Sartakov||August 19, 1994||2020|
|-||Bauyrschan Tanibergenow||February 11, 1995||2019|
|7th||Ruslan Mingatsov||November 23, 1991||2019|
|18th||Bojan Sanković||November 21, 1992||2020|
|23||Timur Baischanow||March 30, 1990||2018|
|40||Carlos Fonseca||23rd August 1987||2015|
|77||Kristijan Dobras||October 9, 1992||2020|
|-||Artyom Popov||January 17, 1998||2016|
|-||Timur Muldinov||September 19, 1993||2019|
|-||Arman Smailow||May 4, 1998||2017|
Status: March 2020
Well-known former players
CIS and former Soviet Union
- 1992–1993: Viktor Yaryschew
- 1993–1994: Wiktor Weretnow
- 1995 Vladimir Chebotaryov :
- 1996–1997: Wiktor Weretnow
- 1998 Wait Talgajew :
- 1998 Serik Berdalin :
- 1999 Anatoly Chernov :
- 1999–2000: Vladimir Lintschewski
- 2001 Leonid Nasarenko :
- 2002-2004: Dmitri Ogai
- 2005–2007: Sergei Wolgin
- 2008–2009: Oirat Saduow
- 2009 Leonid Nasarenko :
- 2010–2013: Talgat Baissufinow
- 2014 Tarmo Rüütli :
- 2014 Oirat Saduow :
- 2014–2015: Dmitri Cheryshev
- 2015–2017: Dimitar Dimitrov
- 2017 Vyacheslav Hrosnyj :
- 2018 Gerard Nus :
- 2018–2019: Dimitar Dimitrov
- 2019– Milan Milanović :
- Official website of the association (Russian)
- Club fan movement (Russian)
- Ertis Pavlodar on weltfussball.de
- Ertis Pawlodar on eufo.de