Name
Krylya Sovetov Samara

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League Position
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Established
1942 (80 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Samara Arena
(44,918 Capacity)

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Location
Samara

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Competitions
Russian Football Premier League

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Upcoming Events
27 Feb 22 FK Rostov  -  Krylya Sovetov
06 Mar 22 Krylya Sovetov  -  Arsenal Tula
11 Mar 22 Krylya Sovetov  -  Zenit St
18 Mar 22 PFC Sochi  -  Krylya Sovetov
01 Apr 22 Krylya Sovetov  -  FC Ufa

Latest Results
11 Dec 21 Krylya Sovetov  2 - 0  FK Rubin
04 Dec 21 Krylya Sovetov  0 - 1  CSKA Moscow
28 Nov 21 Nizhny Novgorod  0 - 0  Krylya Sovetov
20 Nov 21 Krylya Sovetov  1 - 1  Ural S.R
14 Nov 21 Khimki FK  0 - 4  Krylya Sovetov

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PFC Krylia Sovetov Samara (Russian: Профессиональный футбольный клуб «Крылья Советов» Самара) is a football club from Russia based in Samara. It will return to the Russian Premier League for the 2021–22 season. In 2004, they finished third in the Russian Premier League.

Team Members
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Silvije
Begić




Nikita
Chernov




Roman
Ezhov




Yuri
Gorshkov




Dmytro
Ivanisenya




Dmitri
Kombarov
#23



Danil
Lipovoy




Ivan
Lomaev




Sergey
Pinyaev




Danil
Prutsev




Milan
Rodic




Vladislav
Sarveli




Ivan
Sergeev




Aleksandr
Soldatenkov




Dmitri
Tsypchenko




Maksim
Vityugov




Denis
Yakuba




Mehdi
Zeffane
#18



Anton
Zinkovskiy



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Stadium or Home

Samara Arena (Russian: «Самара Арена»), also known as the Cosmos Arena, is a football stadium in Samara, Russia. The stadium was one of the venues for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. It also hosts FC Krylia Sovetov Samara of the Russian Premier League, replacing Metallurg Stadium. It has a capacity of 44,918 spectators. Samara authorities announced their design tender in late 2012 with cost estimated at $320 million.

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