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FC Moscow

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Established
2004 (19 years old)

Sport
Soccer

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Eduard Streltsov Stadium
(13,450 Capacity)

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Location
Moscow, Russia

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FC Moscow (Russian: Футбольный клуб Москва) was a Russian football club based in Moscow.

The creation of the team was first announced by the Moscow government on 1 March 2004. FC Moscow was formed on the base of FC Torpedo-Metallurg. The team played in the Russian Cup final in 2007.

Moscow's best result in Russian Premier League was a 4th position in 2007.

On 14 December 2007, Oleg Blokhin was announced as FC Moscow's new manager with Leonid Slutsky having left at the end of the 2007 season. In February 2010 the club withdrew from the Premier League after their owner and main sponsor, MMC Norilsk Nickel, withdrew funding. Their place in the league was taken by Alania Vladikavkaz. Subsequently FC Moscow folded, ceasing to exist as a professional football club. They played in 2010 in the fourth level of the Russian football pyramid, the Amateur Football League, and after that season the team was dissolved altogether on 28 December. Soon after the club was reestablished and continue to compete in the Amateur Football League.

During the professional period, E. Streltsov Stadium, in Moscow was used as home ground.

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Alexander
Filimonov



Aleksandr
Ryazantsev
#7


Vladimirs
Koļesņičenko



Oleg
Kuzmin



Yuri
Zhevnov


= Contract years remaining

Stadium or Home

Eduard Streltsov Stadium, formerly Torpedo Stadium, is a multi-purpose stadium in Moscow, Russia. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Torpedo Moscow.

The stadium was built in 1959. It had very modest facilities at the time and was used as a training ground by Torpedo Moscow. By 1979 the stadium had been completely overhauled. The capacity was enlarged to 16,000 and an under-soil heating system was installed, the first in Russia. The stadium was home to Torpedo Moscow from 1978 to 2019 with breaks.

At present the stadium holds 13,450 people.

The stadium is named after Eduard Streltsov, a famous Soviet footballer who played for Torpedo Moscow.

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