|Surname||Жетісу Талдықорған Футбол Клубы
(Schetissu Taldyqorghan Futbol Kluby)
|First soccer team|
|Head coach||Dmitri Ogai|
Schetissu Taldyqorghan ( Kazakh : Жетісу Талдықорған Футбол Клубы , English transcription: Zhetysu Taldykorgan ) is a Kazakh football club from the city of Taldyqorghan .
The association was founded in 1981 as Schetissu Taldy-Kurgan . In 1993 the name was first changed to FK Taldyqorghan . From 1994 to 1997 the club was called Kainar Taldyqorghan . Since 1998 the team has been running under the original founding name of Schetissu Taldyqorghan , which is derived from the Kazakh name of the Central Asian region of the Seven Rivers.
In the Soviet championship, the club played from 1981 to 1984 and from 1986 to 1991 a total of ten seasons in the third-highest league in the USSR .
The club is a founding member of the country's top division, which was newly created after Kazakhstan's independence in 1992 . However, the team had to spend five seasons in the 2nd division due to the four-time relegation . The best placement in the Premjer League up to now was achieved in 2007 and 2009 with 5th place. In the 2011 season for the first time the runner could be celebrated. In the 2015 season , the club saved itself to 11th place in the table (relegation place). In the relegation, Taldyqorghan met Wostok Öskemen , won 1-0 and secured relegation.
Schetissu plays its home games in the 5,550-seat Schetissu Stadium , which was built in 1982.
- Kazakh runner-up: 2011
- Champion of the Kazakh Second League: 2006, 2017
European Cup balance sheet
Internationally, Schetissu appeared for the first time with the participation in the UEFA Intertoto Cup 2008, whereby the team failed in the first round against the Hungarian representative Honvéd Budapest .
|2008||UEFA Intertoto Cup||1 round||Honvéd Budapest||3: 6||1: 2 (H)||2: 4 (A)|
|2012/13||UEFA Europa League||1st qualifying round||KKS Lech Poznań||1: 3||0: 2 (A)||1: 1 (H)|
Overall record: 4 games, 1 draw, 3 defeats, 4: 9 goals (goal difference −5)
Current squad for the 2020 season
|number||player||nationality||Date of birth||With Schetissu since|
|1||Andrei Schabanov||17th November 1986||2015|
|70||Almat Bekbaev||July 14, 1984||2018|
|3||Andrei Lebedseu||February 1, 1991||2019|
|6th||Georgi Pashov||March 4th 1990||2020|
|13||Yermek Quantayev||October 13, 1990||2018|
|22nd||Stefan Živković||June 1, 1990||2020|
|23||Nikita Naumau||November 15, 1989||2019|
|26th||Olshas Kerimshanov||May 16, 1989||2017|
|30th||Miram Sapanow||March 12, 1986||2019|
|-||Andrei Charabara||September 1, 1985||2017|
|-||Temirlan Adilkhanov||March 28, 1994||2014|
|8th||Aslan Darabaev||January 21, 1989||2019|
|10||Donjet Shkodra||April 30, 1989||2020|
|14th||David Mawutor||April 12, 1992||2018|
|21st||Nenad Adamović||January 12, 1989||2019|
|33||Pedro Eugenio||June 26, 1990||2020|
|44||Artūras Žulpa||April 10, 1990||2016|
|77||Almir Muchutdinov||June 9, 1985||2018|
|-||Raul Jalilov||July 20, 1994||2018|
|-||Sabyrchan Ybraiev||March 22, 1988||2017|
|-||Serik Sagyndykov||January 9, 1984||2015|
|7th||Yelschas Altynbekow||November 22, 1993||2018|
|90||Martin Toshev||August 15, 1990||2019|
Status: March 2020
Well-known former players
CIS and former Soviet Union
- Omari Tetradze (2013-2014)
- Dmitri Ogai (2017–)
- Official website of the association (Russian, English, Kazakh)
- Schetissu on weltfussball.de