Spartak ("Spartacus") is the name of a sports society which existed in the former Soviet Union (see Spartak (sports society)) and other socialist countries. For some history of the Moscow club see FC Spartak Moscow. Since the breakup of the USSR, many Spartak teams have kept their names, while usually becoming independent entities.
Today, Spartak may refer, for instance, to:
- FC Spartak Moscow, a Russian football team
- PFC Spartak Nalchik, a Russian football team
- FC Spartak Vladikavkaz, a Russian football team
- HC Spartak Moscow, a Russian ice hockey team
- Spartak Saint Petersburg, a Russian basketball team
- Spartak Tennis Club, an elite training ground for young Russian tennis players
- WBC Spartak Moscow Region, a Russian women's basketball team
- Spartak Ivano-Frankivsk, a Ukrainian football team
- FC Spartak Sumy
- Spartak Kharkiv
- Spartak Lviv
- Zakarpattia Uzhhorod, used to be called Spartak Uzhhorod
- PFC Spartak Varna, a Bulgarian football team
- PFC Spartak Pleven, a Bulgarian football team
- FC Spartak Plovdiv, a Bulgarian football team
- Spartak Sofia, a former Bulgarian football team
- FK Spartak Ljig, a Serbian football club
- FK Spartak Subotica, a Serbian football team
- FK Radnički (disambiguation), several teams
- FC Spartak Trnava, a Slovak football team
- TJ Spartak Myjava, a Slovak football team
- FK Spartak Vráble, a Slovak football team
- FK Spartak Bánovce nad Bebravou, a Slovak football team
In other countries
- Spartak Stadium (disambiguation)
- Spartak '96 F.C., an English football team - www.spartak96fc.com
- Barnt Green Spartak F.C., an English football team
- Spartak (Cape Verde), a Cape Verdean football team
- FC Spartak Semey, a Kazakh football team
- Budapesti Spartacus, a Hungarian sport club (http://www.bpspartacussc.com/fooldal.php)
- Spartak - a German rock band
- Spartak (Metro)
- Spartacus (ballet) by Aram Khachaturian
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... Year Tournament Home Away Score 06.06.1936 Soviet League FC Spartak Moscow Dynamo Kiev 13 18.10.1936 Soviet League Spartak Moscow Dynamo Kiev 33 17.08.1937 Soviet League Spartak Moscow. 32 25.08.1973 Soviet League Spartak Moscow Dynamo Kiev 21 23.05.1974 Soviet League Dynamo Kiev Spartak Moscow 10 20.08.1974 Soviet League Spartak Moscow Dynamo Kiev 20 22.08.19. 43 19.10.1985 Soviet League Spartak Moscow Dynamo Kiev 12 27.04.1986 Soviet League Dynamo Kiev Spartak Moscow 21 12.07.1986 Soviet League Spartak Moscow Dynamo Kiev 10 10.05.1987 Soviet League Spartak Moscow ...
... Spartak Subotica has always had its own fans base, which was formerly known as Plavi Golubovi (The Blue Pigeons) ... derived most likely from the glorious days of Spartak Subotica, in the 1940s and 1950s, where the original Spartak jerseys were pigeon blue with white sleeves ... Memorable was the travel of Spartak fans to Vinkovci during the 1987–88 Yugoslav Second League season for a match against Dinamo for the promotion to the Yugoslav First League ...
... FC Spartak is a football club based in Shklou, Mahilyow Voblast, Belarus ... Spartak finished third in the Belarusian Druhaya Liha during the 2007 season, earning promotion to the Belarusian First League ...
... (born March 18, 1989 in Moscow) is a Russian footballer currently playing for FC Spartak Moscow ... Parshivlyuk attended "Spartak Moscow" football school ... at the European level came on 4 October 2007 in a UEFA Cup match between BK Häcken and Spartak ...
... Nat Moving from Moving to Fee August 2008 Ilian Chilibonov Haskovo Spartak Varna Free August 2008 Enco Malindi Slavia Spartak Varna € 50,000 August 2008 Adri ... Cherno More € 100,000 August 2008 Boyan Iliev Spartak Varna Levski Free August 2008 Eli Marques Belasitsa CSKA Sofia € 80,000 August 2008 Viktors Morozs Skonto Riga CSKA Sofia Free August 2008 Mitja Morec ...