KPRF
КПРФ Logo.svg
Full nameMFK KPRF
Founded2003
GroundYunost, Klimovsk
Capacity1 300
OwnerIvan Melnikov
General DirectorArkadiy Beliy
ManagerBesik Zoidze
LeagueSuperleague
2021-2022Superleague; 5 (play-off: 2)

KPRF (Russian: Мини-футбольный клуб «КПРФ») is a futsal club based in Moscow, Russia.[1] It was founded in 2003. Since 2011–12, KPRF competes in the Russian Super League.[2][3] The club is named after the Communist Party of the Russian Federation (KPRF), and was founded in 2003 initially as a fun club for a competition (which KPRF won) which included clubs representing different political parties of Russia.[4][5]

Current squad

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
19 GK Russia RUS Albert Tsaider
20 GK Russia RUS Artem Salakhov
25 GK Russia RUS Dmitriy Putilov
3 DF Brazil BRA Batalha
4 DF Russia RUS Dmitri Lyskov
13 DF Russia RUS Sergey Abramovich
31 DF Russia RUS Denis Burkov
77 DF Russia RUS Andrey Zabolonkov
No. Pos. Nation Player
5 FW Brazil BRA Pedro Ribeiro
7 FW Russia RUS Arser Bagirov
9 FW Russia RUS Yanar Asadov
10 FW Russia RUS Artem Niyazov
11 FW Brazil BRA Ximbinha
27 FW Brazil BRA Dener
98 FW Russia RUS Vladislav Akhukov
99 FW Belarus BLR Sergey Krykun

Achievements

KPRF

KPRF-2

League results

Season Division Place / Playoff
2009/10 Russian Higher League 6th
2010/11 Russian Higher League 1st
2011/12 Super League 11th
2012/13 Super League 11th
2013/14 Super League 10th
2014/15 Super League 10th
2015/16 Super League 4th / 1/4
2016/17 Super League 7th / 1/4
2017/18 Super League 4th / 1/4
2018/19 Super League 2nd / 2nd
2019/20 Super League 1st / 1st
2020/21 Super League 4th / 4th
2021/22 Super League 5th / 2nd

See also

References

  1. ^ UEFA.com. "og-title-uefafutsalchampionsleague-team". UEFA.com. Retrieved 2020-08-29.
  2. ^ "Ассоциация мини-футбола России". amfr.ru (in Russian). Retrieved 2020-01-20.
  3. ^ "Мини-футбольный клуб КПРФ". www.mfc-kprf.ru. Retrieved 2020-01-20.
  4. ^ History
  5. ^ "O sucesso da equipa de futsal do Partido Comunista russo - DN". www.dn.pt (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2020-07-04.