FC Rukh Brest

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FС Rukh Brest
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Full nameFootball Club Rukh Brest
Founded2016
GroundBretsky Stadium, Brest
Capacity10,300
OwnerAlexander Zaytsev [1]
Manager Vyachaslaw Hryharaw
League Belarusian Premier League
2020 8th
Website Club website

FC Rukh Brest is a football team from Brest, Belarus, currently playing in the Belarusian Premier League.

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History

The club was founded in 2016 as an amateur team. In 2018, they re-established themselves as a farm club of Dinamo Brest and joined the Belarusian Second League. [2] They won the Second League in their debut season, and made their Belarusian First League debut in 2019. Before the start of the season, they ended their partnership with Dinamo Brest and became an independent club.

Current squad

As of July 2021

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

No.Pos.NationPlayer
1 GK Flag of Belarus.svg  BLR Alyaksandr Nyachayew
2 DF Flag of Cameroon.svg  CMR Gaby Kiki
3 DF Flag of Belarus.svg  BLR Artsyom Rakhmanaw
4 DF Flag of Brazil.svg  BRA João William
5 DF Flag of Belarus.svg  BLR Kiryl Pyachenin
7 MF Flag of Belarus.svg  BLR Oleg Nikiforenko
8 DF Flag of Sweden.svg  SWE Hampus Söderström
9 FW Flag of Belarus.svg  BLR Vsevolod Sadovsky
10 FW Flag of Belarus.svg  BLR Yevgeniy Shevchenko
12 DF Flag of Belarus.svg  BLR Yevgeniy Klopotskiy
13 DF Flag of Nigeria.svg  NGA Umar Aleeyu
14 MF Flag of Belarus.svg  BLR Denis Kovalevich
16 GK Flag of Belarus.svg  BLR Ignat Martyug
17 MF Flag of Belarus.svg  BLR Aleksey Vakulich
19 MF Flag of Belarus.svg  BLR Denis Grechikho
No.Pos.NationPlayer
20 FW Flag of Belarus.svg  BLR Artem Kontsevoy
22 MF Flag of Liberia.svg  LBR David Tweh
25 MF Flag of Serbia.svg  SRB Filip Jović
31 FW Flag of Belarus.svg  BLR Artem Miroyevskiy
35 GK Flag of Belarus.svg  BLR Pavel Pavlyuchenko
37 MF Flag of Ukraine.svg  UKR Oleksandr Noyok
42 MF Flag of Belarus.svg  BLR Kirill Chernook
51 FW Flag of Belarus.svg  BLR Dzyanis Laptsew
77 DF Flag of Belarus.svg  BLR Roman Yuzepchuk
88 MF Flag of Belarus.svg  BLR Pavel Savitski
91 MF Flag of Albania.svg  ALB Elis Bakaj
99 FW Flag of Belarus.svg  BLR Kirill Tsepenkov
GK Flag of Belarus.svg  BLR Gleb Tretyak
DF Flag of Belarus.svg  BLR Nikita Gribov

Honours

League and Cup history

SeasonLevelPosPldWDLGoalsPoints Domestic Cup Notes
20183rd1st28234187–1673Promoted
20192nd3rd281511265–2656Round of 16Promoted

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