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FC Rubin Kazan

FC Rubin Kazan
Gökdeniz Karadeniz and coach Kurban Berdyev embrace as Rubin celebrate their maiden title ©Getty Images

FC Rubin Kazan

Formed: 1958
Nickname: Tatarstantsi (The Tatarstan Side)

UEFA club competition honours
• None

Domestic honours (most recent triumph in brackets)
• League title: 2 (2009)
• Russian Cup: 1 (2012)

History
• For a club founded under the name Iskra (Spark), it took Rubin almost half a century to find theirs. Having never featured in the Soviet Top League, they finally joined the upper echelons of Russian football in 2003 and set about making up for lost time with a third-place Premier-Liga finish in their first campaign.

• Four solid enough seasons followed, before Rubin marked their 50th anniversary by coming from nowhere to win their first Russian title in 2008. With veterans Savo Milošević, Serhiy Rebrov and Sergei Semak influential, the Tatarstantsi never looked back after starting the campaign with seven successive victories.

• Knocked out in the round of 512 in 1996, Rubin were denied a maiden Russian Cup victory by PFC CSKA Moskva in 2009, losing 1-0 in the final.

• That would have secured a domestic double for Kurban Berdyev's side, as they went on to defend their league title by an eight-point margin. That season they won more games than any other Premier-Liga side, lost the fewest, scored the most goals and conceded the least.

• Having failed to progress beyond the UEFA Cup second qualifying round in their first two forays into European competition, Rubin made an impression on their UEFA Champions League debut in 2009/10. Berdyev's side took four points off holders FC Barcelona, including a 2-1 win at Camp Nou, as they finished third in their group, a feat they repeated in 2010/11.

Club records
Most appearances: Valery Martynov (395)
Most goals: Vladimir Gavrilov (85)
Record victory: 7-0 twice, most recently at home against FC Industriya Borovsk (3rd Division, 1996)
Record defeat: 6-0 six times, most recently at FC Gazovik-Gazprom Izhevsk (3rd Division, 1995)

* Last updated 9 May 2012

Last updated: 09/05/12 19.18CET

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Matches

HomeAway
The home team is listed first.Last updated: 05/12/2016 02:00 CET
RubinRubin0-0AmkarAmkar
Arsenal TulaArsenal Tula1-0RubinRubin
RubinRubin1-1Spartak MoskvaSpartak Moskva
RubinRubin1-2AnjiAnji
OrenburgOrenburg1-1RubinRubin
RubinRubin3-1UralUral
ZenitZenit4-1RubinRubin
ChitaChita0-1RubinRubin
RubinRubin2-1TomTom
KrasnodarKrasnodar1-0RubinRubin
RubinRubin3-0Krylya SovetovKrylya Sovetov
TerekTerek3-1RubinRubin
RubinRubin1-0SKA-Energiya SKA-Energiya
RubinRubin2-0Lokomotiv MoskvaLokomotiv Moskva
UfaUfa2-3RubinRubin
RubinRubin0-0RostovRostov
CSKA MoskvaCSKA Moskva0-0RubinRubin
RubinRubin1-0Arsenal TulaArsenal Tula
Spartak MoskvaSpartak Moskva17:30RubinRubin
RubinRubin18:00SibirSibir
AnjiAnji16:00RubinRubin
RubinRubin16:00OrenburgOrenburg
UralUral16:00RubinRubin
RubinRubin16:00ZenitZenit
TomTom16:00RubinRubin
RubinRubin16:00KrasnodarKrasnodar
Krylya SovetovKrylya Sovetov16:00RubinRubin
RubinRubin17:00TerekTerek
Lokomotiv MoskvaLokomotiv Moskva16:00RubinRubin
RubinRubin16:00UfaUfa
RostovRostov16:00RubinRubin
RubinRubin17:00CSKA MoskvaCSKA Moskva
AmkarAmkar16:00RubinRubin

Club record in UEFA competitions

  • Biggest win:
    03/10/2013, Rubin 4-0 Zulte Waregem, Kazan
  • Biggest defeat:
    26/08/2004, Rubin 0-3 Rapid Wien, Kazan
  • Appearances in UEFA Champions League:  3
  • Appearances in UEFA Europa League:  7
  • Appearances in UEFA Intertoto Cup:  1
  • Player with most UEFA appearances: 48
    Gökdeniz Karadeniz (  TUR)
  • Top scorers in UEFA club competitions: 11
    Bebras Natcho (  ISR)
    José Rondón (  VEN)