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Metallurg Lipetsk

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Established
1957 (65 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Metallurg Stadium
(33,001 Capacity)

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Location
Lipetsk, Russia

Nicknames
Stalevary (Metallurgy)

Competitions
Russia FNL 2 Group 3
Russia Cup

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Upcoming Events
02 Oct 22 FC Strogino  -  Metallurg Lipetsk
08 Oct 22 Metallurg Lipetsk  -  Spartak Tambov
15 Oct 22 Metallurg Lipetsk  -  Arsenal Tula
19 Oct 22 FC Sakhalin  -  Metallurg Lipetsk
24 Oct 22 Metallurg Lipetsk  -  Sakhalinets

Latest Results
26 Sep 22 Metallurg Lipetsk  3 - 0  FC Kvant
22 Sep 22 Avangard Kursk  3 - 3  Metallurg Lipetsk
18 Sep 22 Metallurg Lipetsk  2 - 1  Peresvet Podolsk
14 Sep 22 Metallurg Lipetsk  1 - 2  Rotor Volgograd
14 Sep 22 Rotor Volgograd  1 - 2  Metallurg Lipetsk

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FC Metallurg Lipetsk (Russian: Футбольный клуб «Металлург» Липецк) is an association football club in Lipetsk, Russia, formed in 1957. Their home, Metallurg Stadium, is located on Pervomayskaya Street, 59, in Lipetsk.

Their best result came in 1997 when they came 2nd in the Russian First Division.

In September 2006 the coach Stanislav Bernikov of the Russian third division rushed a goon squad after a defeat on 25 September 2006 on his players, the Rowdys targeted the team with ebonite bullets. Three players suffered with injuries and went to a hospital; the coach Bernikov was then summarily dismissed.

In 2008, they won the Russian Second Division in the Center Zone and were promoted for 2009 Russian First Division but relegated again to third level after finishing First Division as 19th.

On 10 June 2021, they secured first place in their PFL group and promotion to the second-tier Russian Football National League for the 2021–22 season, for the first time since 2009.

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Metallurg Stadium (Russian: «Металлург») is a football stadium in Samara, Russia, and is home to Russian Premier League club FC Krylia Sovetov. Built in 1957, Metallurg Stadium has a capacity of 33,001 seats since its latest renovation. It has also been repeatedly awarded the VCSPS Diploma, which rates the quality of all sport complexes in Russia.

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