|Surname||Ордабасы Шымкент Футбол Клубы
(Ordabassy Schymkent Futbol Kluby)
|First soccer team|
|Head coach||Kachaber Tshadadze|
|Venue||Kaschymukan Munaitpassov Stadium|
The FK FC Ordabasy ( Kazakh Ордабасы Шымкент Футбол Клубы / FC Ordabasy Futbol Kluby ; Russian Футбольный клуб Ордабасы Шымкент / Futbolny club FC Ordabasy ) is an established in 2000 football club from the Kazakhstan Schymkent . The club emerged from the merger of two city clubs. Ordabassy celebrated its greatest successes to date with winning the cup in 2011 and winning the Kazakh Supercup the following year.
Founding and mediocrity (2000-2010)
The association was created in 2000 under the name Dostyk Schymkent from the merger of two Schymkent associations, Schiger Schymkent and Tomiris Schymkent . In 2003 it was renamed Ordabassy Schymkent .
Schiger was founded in 1960 as Jenbek Schymkent . The next year the club was renamed Metallurg Schymkent . In 1981 the name was changed to Meliorator Schymkent and in 1992 to Schiger.
In 1998 Tomiris was founded. One year 1999 the team ran under the name Sintez Schymkent .
After the 2001 season , the club rose from the super league to the first division , but managed to get promoted again after a third place. In 2007 Ordabassy was in the final of the Kazakh Cup. In the central stadium in Taras , however, Tobol Qostanai proved to be the stronger team after a 3-0 draw.
Successes and international debut (since 2012)
After finishing the 2011 season in a good sixth place, the team celebrated winning the Kazakh Cup in November for the first time in the club's history. In the final of the 2011 edition in the Almaty Central Stadium , Muchtar Muchtarow scored the winning goal to make it 1-0 against Tobyl Qostanai and gave Ordabassy the greatest success in the club's history.
With the cup victory in the previous year, Ordabassy took part in the hosting of the Kazakh Supercup 2012. On March 6th, the first win of the Supercup was celebrated here. Last year's champions, Shakhtar Qaraghandy , were defeated 1-0 by captain Qairat Aeschirbekov's goal in front of 12,000 spectators in the Astana Arena . As a cup winner, the club had also qualified for participation in the UEFA Europa League . At their international debut, they faced FK Jagodina from Serbia in the first qualifying round . After the team won the first leg, a 0-0 draw in the second leg was enough to reach the next round. Here you had to compete against the Norwegian representative Rosenborg Trondheim . With an overall balance of 3: 4 goals Ordabassy just barely missed the next round.
The club plays its home games in the Kaschymukan Munaitpassov Stadium , which has a capacity of 20,000 and was opened in 1969.
European Cup balance sheet
|2012/13||UEFA Europa League||1st qualifying round||FK Jagodina||1-0||1: 0 (A)||0: 0 (H)|
|2nd qualifying round||Rosenborg Trondheim||3: 4||2: 2 (A)||1: 2 (H)|
|2015/16||UEFA Europa League||1st qualifying round||Beitar Jerusalem||1: 2||0: 0 (H)||1: 2 (A)|
|2016/17||UEFA Europa League||1st qualifying round||FK Čukarički||3: 6||0: 3 (A)||3: 3 (H)|
|2017/18||UEFA Europa League||1st qualifying round||NK Široki Brijeg||0: 2||0: 2 (A)||0: 0 (H)|
|2019/20||UEFA Europa League||1st qualifying round||Torpedo Kutaisi||3-0||1: 0 (H)||2: 0 (A)|
|2nd qualifying round||FK Mladá Boleslav||3: 4||1: 1 (A)||2: 3 (H)|
Overall record: 14 games, 3 wins, 6 draws, 5 defeats, 14:17 goals (goal difference −3)
- Kazakh Championship:
- 3rd place: 1994
Kazakh Cup :
- Winner: 2011
- Finalist: 2007
- Kazakh Super Cup winner : 2012
Current squad for the 2020 season
|number||player||nationality||Date of birth||With Ordabassy since|
|42||Igor Trofimez||August 20, 1996||2020|
|86||Vladimir Plotnikov||April 3, 1986||2020|
|4th||Viktor Dmitrenko||April 4, 1991||2020|
|5||Demir Däutow||March 3, 1990||2018|
|24||Alexander Kleschchenko||November 2, 1995||2020|
|29||Pablo Fontanello||September 26, 1984||2017|
|44||Talgat Adyrbekow||January 26, 1989||2017|
|87||Aleksandar Simčević||February 15, 1987||2020|
|7th||May Mahlangu||May 1, 1989||2019|
|8th||Ular Shaksybayev||October 22, 1994||2017|
|10||Mirzad Mehanović||5th January 1993||2018|
|17th||Mardan Tolebek||18th December 1990||2013|
|22nd||Abdoulaye Diakhaté||January 16, 1988||2016|
|27||Timur Dosmagambetov||May 1, 1989||2018|
|39||Ziguy Badibanga||November 26, 1991||2019|
|20th||Toktar Shangylyshbai||May 25, 1993||2019|
|37||João Paulo||June 2nd, 1988||2019|
|91||Sergei Chishnichenko||17th July 1991||2020|
|-||Vitali Li||March 13, 1994||2017|
Status: March 2020
Well-known former players
CIS and former Soviet Union
Well-known former coaches
- Wiktor Passulko (2011-2014)