Spartak Moscow

Spartak Moscow may refer to the following teams based in Moscow, Russia:

  • FC Spartak Moscow, an association football club
  • HC Spartak Moscow, a professional ice hockey team
  • WBC Spartak Moscow, a women's basketball team
  • Spartak GM Moscow, a semi-professional rugby club
  • WFC Spartak Moscow, a defunct women's association football club.

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... Season Champion Runner-Up 3rd Position Top Goalscorer 1963 Dynamo Moscow (10) Spartak Moscow Dinamo Minsk Oleg Kopaev (SKA Rostov-on-Don, 27 goals) 1964 Dinamo ...
Channel One Cup (football) 2008 - Group Stage
... Group A Beitar Jerusalem Shakhtar Donetsk 03 CSKA Moscow Shakhtar Donetsk 13 CSKA Moscow Beitar Jerusalem 01 № Team Pld W D L Dif Pts 1 Shakhtar Donetsk 0 ... +5 ...
Andrey Tikhonov
... Ти́хонов born October 16, 1970 in Korolyov, Moscow Oblast, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union) is a former Russian association football midfielder currently employed a coach of FC Spartak Moscow ... Tikhonov is well known as Spartak Moscow and Russia national football team player ... Tikhonov was spotted by the then-Spartak manager Oleg Romantsev, while playing for Titan Reutov, in a game against Spartak Moscow reserves ...
Spartak Moscow–Dinamo Kiev Derby - Head To Head Record - All Spartak Moscow–Dynamo Kiev Matches
... 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. 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. 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 ...

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