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FK Rubin Kazan

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Head Coach

Leonid Slutski

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Established
1958 (65 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Kazan Arena
(45,105 Capacity)

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Location
Kazan, Tatarstan

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League
Russian Football National League

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Upcoming Events
01 Feb 23 FK Rubin   -  Navbahor
05 Feb 23 FC Ufa   -  FK Rubin
13 Feb 23 FC Krasnodar-2   -  FK Rubin
16 Feb 23 Terek Grozny   -  FK Rubin
19 Feb 23 FK Rubin   -  CSKA Moscow

Latest Results
28 Jan 23 FK Rubin  2 - 1  Krylya Sovetov
21 Jan 23 Beroe  0 - 2  FK Rubin
18 Jan 23 Akron Tolyatti  2 - 4  FK Rubin
27 Nov 22 FK Rubin  2 - 0  Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk
20 Nov 22 FC Ufa  1 - 2  FK Rubin

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FC Rubin Kazan (Russian: Футбо́льный клуб Руби́н Каза́нь, Futbolny klub Rubin Kazan Tatar: Rubin Qazan Futbol Törkimi, Рубин Казан футбол төркеме) is a Russian association football club based in the city of Kazan in the Republic of Tatarstan.

Founded in 1958, Rubin played its first-ever top flight season in 2003. It has remained there ever since, winning the Russian Premier League championship in 2008 and 2009. The club also won the 2011–12 Russian Cup and has been a regular in European competition in recent seasons.

Team Members
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Egor
Baburin
#1


Aleksei
Sutormin
#19


Egor
Sorokin
#2


Vitaliy
Denisov



Aleksandr
Tashaev
#88


Ruslan
Kambolov
#77


Evgeni
Markov
#7


Vladislav
Panteleev
#28


Carl
Starfelt
#4


Igor
Kalinin
#13


Khoren
Bayramyan
#19


Dmitri
Poloz
#7


Zuriko
Davitashvili



Nikolay
Poyarkov
#71


Filip
Uremović
#5


Khvicha
Kvaratskhelia
#77


Silvije
Begić
#2

= Contract years remaining

Stadium or Home

The Kazan Arena is a stadium in Kazan, Russia. It was completed in July 2013, and will host football matches, especially Rubin Kazan's home games in the Russian Premier League. The stadium has the largest outside screen in Europe.

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