FC AGMK


Football Club AGMK (Uzbek: OKMK futbol klubi / ОКМК футбол клуби; Russian: Футбольный клуб АГМК) is a professional football club based in Olmaliq (Tashkent Region) also spelled as Almalyk of central Uzbekistan, that competes in the Uzbekistan Super League. Their futsal club participated in the AFC Futsal Club Championship.

AGMK Olmaliq
Uzbek: OKMK Olmaliq
Full nameFootball Club AGMK Olmaliq
OKMK Olmaliq Futbol Klubi
Nickname(s)Miners
Metallurgists
Founded2004; 17 years ago (2004)
GroundOKMK Sport Majmuasi, Olmaliq
Capacity12,000
ChairmanAlexandr Farmanov
ManagerMirjalol Qosimov
LeagueUzbekistan Super League
2020Uzbekistan Super League, 3rd of 14
WebsiteClub website
FK Olmaliq logo 2009—2017

History


Football club AGMK founded in 2004. The general sponsor and the team owner – JSC "Almalyk mining and metallurgical plant". The official name the football club AGMK is the abbreviation which comes from the name of the company in Russian (Russian: Алмалыкский горно-металлургический комбинат / Almalykskiy gorno-mettalurgichesky kombinat). "Almalyk mining and metallurgical plant" as successor to the disbanded football club "Metallurg Almalyk" who participated in 1966–1988 years in the Second League of the USSR championship. In the early years of founding, the club was called the AGMK.

In 2004, the AGMK plant has applied to participate in the Uzbekistan First League (today called Uzbekistan Pro League) and soon the offer was accepted. In his debut season, AGMK finished sixth. In the season 2005-2006, the club finished in tenth place. At the end of the 2007 season, AGMK finished in seventh place in the Uzbekistan First League but were allowed to participate in the Uzbekistan High League (today called Uzbekistan Super League) due to the fact that two clubs who were supposed to participate in the High League refused to participate for financial reasons.

In his debut season in the High League, the club finished in tenth place out of sixteen teams and reached the semi-finals of the Uzbekistan Cup. In that season, the top scorer of the club became the Lithuanian Arturas Fomenka scored six goals. In 2009, the club changed its name to FK Olmaliq chief coach of the club was appointed a prominent Uzbek football player and aspiring coach Igor Shkvyrin. In that season, FK Olmaliq set your best performance in their history of appearances in the High League – fourth place.

In the season 2010 and 2011, the FK Olmaliq took eleventh place in the High League. In 2012, the club finished in eighth place, and the following season in fifth place. In the season of 2014, FK Olmaliq took the sixth place in the championship. In 2015, he repeated his success of 2014 and was again the sixth. In the 2016 season unexpectedly at the end of the season took 13-th place, and by the end of the 2017 season became the seventh team in the High League.

In early January 2018, the club announced a return to the old and original name AGMK Olmaliq, under which he performed from 2004 to 2008, before renaming in FK Olmaliq in 2009.

Club names

2004-2008AGMK Olmaliq
2009-2017FK Olmaliq
2018-AGMK Olmaliq

Domestic history

Season League Uzbek Cup Top goalscorer Manager
Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Name League
2004 2nd 6th 40 18 5 17 73 75 59 Playoff Round Rafael Fabarisov
2005 2nd 10th 34 13 10 11 43 50 49 Group Stage Rafael Fabarisov
2006 2nd 6th 38 20 9 9 58 35 69 Playoff Round Rafael Fabarisov
2007 2nd 14th 38 13 9 16 57 49 48 Round of 32 Rafael Fabarisov
2008 1st 10th 30 8 9 13 29 34 33 Semifinal Artūras Fomenka 6 Igor Shkvyrin
2009 1st 4th 30 15 3 12 50 38 48 Round of 16 Muiddin Mamazulunov 12 Igor Shkvyrin
2010 1st 11th 26 8 5 13 32 41 29 Round of 16 Nosirbek Otakuziev 13 Igor Shkvyrin
2011 1st 11th 26 8 5 13 37 45 29 Round of 32 Muiddin Mamazulunov 16 Igor Shkvyrin
2012 1st 8th 26 9 4 13 39 46 31 Round of 16 Zafar Polvonov 7 Igor Shkvyrin
2013 1st 5th 26 11 7 8 46 43 40 Round of 16 Zafar Polvonov 14 Igor Shkvyrin
2014 1st 6th 26 8 7 11 33 38 31 Quarterfinal Diyorjon Turapov
Chaker Zouaghi
4 Igor Shkvyrin
2015 1st 6th 26 12 8 10 53 49 44 Round of 32 Nemanja Jovanović 9 Igor Shkvyrin
2016 1st 13th 30 8 2 20 40 54 26 Round of 16 Muiddin Mamazulunov 6 Igor Shkvyrin
Viktor Kumykov
2017 1st 8th 30 12 8 10 31 32 44 Round of 16 Uladzislaw Kasmynin 6 Viktor Kumykov
2018 1st 10th 20 7 6 7 25 23 27 Winner Jovan Đokić 11 Viktor Kumykov
Bakhtiyor Ashurmatov
2019 1st 9th 26 9 5 12 36 37 32 Runners Up Zafar Polvonov 15 Mirjalol Qosimov
2020 1st 3rd 26 14 7 5 39 28 49 Runners Up Elgujja Grigalashvili 7 Mirjalol Qosimov

Continental record

As of match played 30 April 2021
Competition Pld W D L GF GA
AFC Champions League 11 5 1 5 17 22
Total 11 5 1 5 17 22
Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
2019 AFC Champions League Preliminary round 2 Istiklol 4–2
Play-off Al-Nassr 0–4
2021 Play-off round Al Gharafa 1–0
Group A Al Hilal 0–3 2–2 4th
Shabab al-Ahli 2–1 1–3
Istiklol 2–3 2–1

Stadium


FK Olmaliq played plays its matches at the OKMK Sport Majmuasi. Old Olmaliq stadion was built in 1960 and holds 11,000 spectators and had name Metallurg Stadium. In 2011 club started with building of new modern 12.000-all-seater stadium, New Olmaliq Stadium located not far from Metallurg Stadium (Olmaliq).[1][2] The new Olmaliq sporting complex also includes indoor courts for volleyball, handball, basketball, kurash and outdoor and indoor tennis courts. The construction works were finished in February 2014. The old stadium remains and will be renovated.[1] The whole sporting complex with New Olmaliq Stadium was officially named OKMK Sport Majmuasi.

The opening ceremony of the stadium was held on 16 March 2014 with the first official of 2014 Uzbek League match FK Olmaliq - Metallurg Bekabad ended with 3:2 win of FK Olmaliq.[3][4]

On 27 May 2014 OKMK Sport Majmuasi hosted the first international match, friendly match Uzbekistan Oman ended with score 0:1.[5]

Players


Current squad

As of 2 April 2021

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK  UZB Botirali Ergashev
2 DF  UZB Akramjon Komilov
4 MF  UZB Mirjalol Qosimov
5 MF  UZB Dilshod Juraev
7 DF  UZB Sardor Rahmonov
8 DF  UZB Boburbek Yo‘ldoshev
9 FW  UZB Zafar Polvonov
10 MF  UZB Xusniddin G‘ofurov
11 MF  UZB Murodjon Toshmatov
15 DF  UZB Abbos Otakhonov
17 MF  UZB Sanzhar Tursunov
18 FW  UKR Oleksandr Kasyan
No. Pos. Nation Player
19 DF  UZB Sheroz Jalolov
20 DF  UZB Mirg‘iyoz Suleymanov
22 MF  UZB Sanjar Shaakhmedov
23 MF  SRB Jovan Đokić
28 MF  UZB Shohrux Gadoyev
29 DF  UZB Vladimir Kozak
30 MF  UZB Jasurbek Umarov
32 GK  UZB Suxrob Sultonov
35 GK  UZB Valijon Raximov
77 DF  UZB Dilshod Ahmadaliev
94 MF  CPV Alvin Fortes

Honours


Domestic

Winners (1): 2018
Runners-up (2): 2019, 2020

Managers


PeriodHead coach
2004—2007 Rafael Fabarisov
2008—2016 Igor Shkvyrin
2016—2018 Viktor Kumykov
2018—2018 Bakhtiyor Ashurmatov
2019— Mirjalol Qosimov

References