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FC Energetik-BGU Minsk

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Energetik-BGU
Full nameFootball Club Energetik-BGU
Nickname(s)Students
Founded1996
GroundRCOR-BGU Stadium, Minsk
Capacity1,500
ManagerVladimir Belyavskiy
Anatoly Yurevich (supervisor)
LeagueBelarusian Premier League
202010th
WebsiteClub website

FC Energetik-BGU Minsk is a Belarusian football club based in Minsk.

History

The team was founded in 1996 as Zvezda Minsk. BGU is a Russian abbreviation and stands for the Belarusian State University.

Zvezda-VA-BGU made its debut in Premier League in 2002 and played there until 2005. Since 2006, the team plays in lower leagues.

In 2006, Zvezda-BGU reached the semi-final of the Belarusian Cup.

Name changes

  • 1996: founded as Zvezda Minsk
  • 1998: renamed to Zvezda-VA-BGU Minsk (VA stands for Voyennaya Akademiya, Russian for Military Academy)
  • 2005: renamed to Zvezda-BGU Minsk
  • 2017: renamed to Energetik-BGU Minsk

Current squad

As of September 2021[1]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK Belarus BLR Artur Lesko
2 DF Belarus BLR Yegor Strelkovskiy
4 DF Belarus BLR Artem Shkurdyuk (on loan from BATE Borisov)
5 DF Belarus BLR Daniil Miroshnikov (on loan from Rukh Brest)
6 DF Belarus BLR Artyom Sokol
7 MF Belarus BLR Andrey Rylach
8 DF Belarus BLR Yaroslav Makushinsky
9 FW Uzbekistan UZB Shakhzod Ubaydullaev (on loan from Shakhtyor Soligorsk)
10 FW Uzbekistan UZB Bobur Abdikholikov
11 FW Guinea GUI Mamadou Diallo
13 GK Russia RUS Vladislav Rusanov
14 MF Ghana GHA Julius Ofori
15 DF Belarus BLR Aleksandr Svirepa
16 MF Belarus BLR Artem Zhurko
No. Pos. Nation Player
17 MF Belarus BLR Albert Mikhaylov
18 FW France FRA Hayk Musakhanyan
19 FW Kazakhstan KAZ Bakdaulet Zulfikarov
21 MF Russia RUS Konstantin Malitskiy
22 FW Belarus BLR Aleksandr Bulychev (on loan from Shakhtyor Soligorsk)
23 MF Uzbekistan UZB Doniyor Abdumannopov
25 FW Ukraine UKR Roman Paparyha (on loan from Rukh Brest)
27 MF Belarus BLR Dzmitry Girs
31 GK Belarus BLR Artem Makavchik
47 DF Belarus BLR Ilya Lukashevich
55 DF Belarus BLR Aleksey Lavrik
76 MF Belarus BLR Maksim Kavalchuk (on loan from Dynamo Brest)
77 MF Belarus BLR Maksim Omelyanchuk
DF Belarus BLR Yevgeniy Prokopchik

Domestic history

Season League Belarusian Cup Top goalscorer Notes
Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Name League
1996 3rd 3rd 26 17 4 5 63 24 55
1997 3rd 4th 26 14 5 7 56 38 47
1998 3rd 1st 26 18 2 6 67 27 56 Promoted
1999 2nd 12th 30 8 9 13 38 57 33 Round of 16
2000 2nd 4th 30 15 7 8 47 35 52
2001 2nd 2nd 30 19 5 4 74 21 62 Round of 32 Belarus Maksim Sukhoveyev 28 Promoted
2002 1st 12th 26 4 6 16 28 48 18 Round of 32
2003 1st 12th 30 7 4 19 23 64 25 Round of 16
2004 1st 13th 30 7 8 15 31 56 29 Round of 16
2005 1st 13th 26 3 5 18 24 60 14 Round of 32 Relegated
2006 2nd 12th 26 5 10 11 32 39 25 Semi Final
2007 2nd 14th 26 2 4 20 17 58 10 Round of 32 Relegated
2008 3rd 4th 30 15 8 7 59 28 53 Round of 32
2009 3rd 7th 26 11 6 9 40 34 39 Round of 32
2010 3rd 5th 34 15 10 9 76 47 55 Round of 32
2011 3rd 8th 30 12 6 12 40 32 42 Round of 32
2012 3rd 7th 36 18 4 14 54 41 58 Round of 32
2013 3rd 3rd 24 14 7 3 45 16 49 Round of 32 Promoted
2014 2nd 9th 30 12 4 14 50 48 40 Second round
2015 2nd 10th 30 10 10 10 47 47 40 Round of 16
2016 2nd 10th 26 9 6 11 33 41 33 Second Round
2017 2nd 6th 30 12 8 10 39 30 44 Round of 32
2018 2nd 2nd 28 21 4 3 69 23 67 Second Round Belarus Vsevolod Sadovsky 21 Promoted
2019 1st 12th 30 8 9 13 52 66 33 Round of 32 Belarus Ilya Shkurin 19

References


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