Time in Turkmenistan

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Time in Turkmenistan is given by Turkmenistan Time (TMT) (UTC+05:00). Turkmenistan does not currently observe daylight saving time. [1]

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Turkmenistan Country in Central Asia

Turkmenistan, also known as Turkmenia, is a landlocked country in Central Asia, bordered by Kazakhstan to the northwest, Uzbekistan to the north, east and northeast, Afghanistan to the southeast, Iran to the south and southwest and the Caspian Sea to the west. Ashgabat is the capital and largest city of the country. The population of the country is about 6 million, the lowest of the Central Asian republics. Turkmenistan is one of the most sparsely populated nations in Asia. Citizens of Turkmenistan are known as Turkmenistanis, Turkmenians or Turkmens.

The Turkmenistan national football team represents Turkmenistan in men's international football and it is controlled by the Football Federation of Turkmenistan, the governing body for football in Turkmenistan. Turkmenistan's home stadiums are the Ashgabat Olympic Stadium and the Kopetdag Stadium. The team represents FIFA and Asian Football Confederation (AFC).

Regions of Turkmenistan Regions of Turkmenistan

Turkmenistan is divided into five regions or welaýatlar and one capital city (şäher). They are Ahal, Balkan, Dashoguz, Lebap and Mary, plus the capital city of Ashgabat. Each province is divided into districts. As of January 1, 2020, there were 43 districts, 51 cities, including 11 cities with district status, 62 towns, 504 rural councils and 1717 villages in Turkmenistan.


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Saparmurat Turkmenbashy Olympic Stadium

Saparmurat Turkmenbashy Olympic Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, that stood on the site now occupied by the new Olympic Stadium, built between 2013 and 2017.

Muqur District, Badghis Place in Padghis, Afghanistan

Muqur District is a district located within Badghis Province in the western part of Afghanistan. It is located between the districts of Ab Kamari to the east, Qala i Naw to the south, Qadis to the southeast and Bala Murghab to the northeast. To the north is the national border with Turkmenistan. The district is in a long river valley. The estimated population in 2019 was 26,375.

Büzmeýin, Turkmenistan City in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan

Büzmeýin is the name of both a borough, Büzmeýin District, and a neighborhood of Ashgabat, the capital of Turkmenistan. Formerly a separate city in Ahal Province, in 2013 the city was incorporated into Ashgabat as part of a program that expanded the capital's area by about 15%.

Şagadam FK Football club

Football Club Şagadam is a Turkmen football club based in Türkmenbaşy. Founded in 1991, they play in the top division in Turkmenistan football; the Ýokary Liga. Their home stadium is Türkmenbaşy Stadium.

Turkmenistan at the Olympics Sporting event delegation

Turkmenistan has competed in seven Summer Olympics, first appearing in 1996. They have never competed in the Winter Olympics and are the only Post-Soviet state not to have competed in them. Turkmenistan is also the northernmost country in the world to have never competed in the Winter Olympics. Turkmen athletes previously competed with the Soviet Union team and, in 1992, as part of the Unified Team.

Kerki Capital of Kerki District, Lebap Province, Turkmenistan

Kerki is a city in and capital of Kerki District, Lebap Province, Turkmenistan. It was formerly known as Zamm and, between 1999 and 2017, as Atamyrat. It is situated on a plain on the left bank of the Amu Darya river.

Football Federation of Turkmenistan

The Football Federation of Turkmenistan is the governing body of football in Turkmenistan.

Aýrybaba Highest mountain of Turkmenistan

Aýrybaba is a mountain in Central Asia. At 3,138 metres (10,295 ft) Aýrybaba is the highest mountain in Turkmenistan. It is located in the Köýtendag Range of the Pamir-Alay chain in the southeast of Turkmenistan on the Uzbekistan border.

Berdi Bayrammuradovich Shamuradov or Berdi Baýrammyradowiç Şamyradow is a Turkmen football coach and a former professional player. Currently, he works as assistant manager at FC Nebitçi Balkanabat.

Turks in Turkmenistan are either Turkish people who live in Turkmenistan even though having been born outside Turkmenistan, or are Turkmenistan-born, but have Turkish roots. By Turkish roots, this could mean roots linking back to Turkey, or in neighbouring countries once part of the Ottoman Empire that still have a population whose language is Turkish or who claims a Turkish identity or cultural heritage.

Postage stamps and postal history of Turkmenistan Wikipedia list article

This is a survey of the postage stamps and postal history of Turkmenistan.

Space Administration of Turkmenaragatnashyk Agency, is a governmental body that coordinates all Turkmenistan space research programs with scientific and commercial goals. It was established in 2011. In 2019, transferred to the jurisdiction of the Turkmenaragatnashyk Agency.

Alem Cultural and Entertainment Center is a cultural center in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. It was officially opened to the public on May 18, 2012. The opening ceremony was attended by the President of Turkmenistan, Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov.

Croatia–Turkmenistan relations Bilateral relations

Croatia–Turkmenistan relations are foreign relations between Croatia and Turkmenistan. Diplomatic relations between the two countries were established in 1996. Both countries are full members of the OSCE and the UN. Neither country has a resident ambassador.

The 2005 Turkmenistan Higher League season was the thirteenth season of Turkmenistan's professional football league. Nine teams competed in 2005.

Charymurat Kurbanov is a Turkmenian professional football referee. He has been a full international for FIFA since 2003. and has refereed in some AFC Cup and AFC Champions League matches. Head of the technical department of the Football Federation of Turkmenistan. He is fluent in Turkmen, English and Russian. Graduated National Institute of Sports and Tourism of Turkmenistan in 1994.


  1. "Time Zone & Clock Changes in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan". www.timeanddate.com. Retrieved 2021-05-06.