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Lok. Moscow

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Baltika Kaliningrad vs Lok. Moscow (25 May)

Head Coach

Markus Gisdol

League Position
8

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Established
1922 (102 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
RZD Arena
(27,320 Capacity)

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Location
Moscow

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Competitions
Russian Football Premier League
Russia Cup
Club Friendlies

Last Edit
zag: 01/May/24


Upcoming
25/05 Baltika Kali - Lok. Moscow

Results
18/05 Lok. Moscow 2 - 0 Fakel Vorone
12/05 Gazovik Oren 0 - 2 Lok. Moscow
06/05 Lok. Moscow 1 - 0 FK Rostov
28/04 Spartak Mosc 3 - 2 Lok. Moscow
24/04 Nizhny Novgo 2 - 3 Lok. Moscow

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FC Lokomotiv Moscow (FC Lokomotiv Moskva, Russian: Футбо́льный клуб "Локомоти́в" Москва́, , English: Locomotive) is a Russian football club based in Moscow.

Lokomotiv won the Russian Premier League in 2002 and 2004, the USSR Cup in 1936 and 1957, and the Russian Cup in 1996, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2007 and 2015. The club was the league runner-up in 1959, 1995, 1999, 2000 and 2001, and finished third in 1994, 1998, 2005, 2006 and 2014. Lokomotiv was the Russian Super Cup holder in 2003 and 2005.

Team Members


1

Guilherme



75

Babkin



6

Barinov



7

Dzyuba



3

Fasson



15

Glushenkov





Isidor



25

Kamano



93

Karpukas



53

Khudyakov





Kuchta



69

Kulikov





Kuzmichev



22

Lantratov



88

Lisakovich



37

Magkeyev



5

Maradishvili



11

Miranchuk



21

Mitaj



85

Morozov



24

Nenakhov



9

Pinyaev





Pogostnov



28

Rotenberg



94

Rybchinskiy



31

Rybus



77

Samoshnikov



60

Savin



45

Siljanov



71

Tiknizyan



17

Zhemaletdinov



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Stadium or Home

RZD Arena (Russian: «РЖД Арена») is a football stadium in Moscow, Russia. It is the home stadium of Lokomotiv Moscow and was the home ground of the Russian National Team for the 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification matches. The stadium was reconstructed in 2002 and holds 27,320 people, all seated. The reconstruction of the stadium was funded by the Russian Transportation Ministry at a cost of $150–170 million.

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1957

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