The Banner is a Russian football club from Noginsk .
|Non-profit partnership for the development of football in the city of Noginsk, Moscow Region "Football Club" Banner "|
|The president||Oleg Pushenok|
|Spanish director||Evgeny Lukyanov|
|Main coach||Mikhail Kobyakov|
|Competition||Championship of Russia among the teams of the III Division , zone Moscow region, group “A”|
- 1 Timeline for changing the club name
- 2 History
- 3 Symbols and emblem
- 3.1 Club colors
- 3.2 Club emblem
- 4 Head Coaches
- 5 Team Performance Statistics
- 5.1 USSR
- 5.2 Russia
- 6 Famous players and pupils of the club
- 7 notes
- 8 References
Club Name Change Timeline
|1958-1964||“Labor” ( Glukhovo )|
|1991-2005||The Motorist |
|2007-2008||"Noginsk" them. G.I. Fedotova|
|2008||Ekolab-SDYUSHOR MO ( Elektrogorsk )|
Noginsk became one of the first centers for the birth of football in Russia. In 1911, in Bogorodsk (that was called Noginsk until 1930), they began to build a football field and created the first football team of the Glukhovsky manufactory in the county. From this time begins the story of Bogorodsk (Noginsk) football.
In 1936, the Noginsk Red Banner team took part in the first USSR Cup where they reached the semifinals, losing 1: 5 to Dynamo Tbilisi  . From 1958 to 1969, the club regularly participated in the championships of the USSR. In 1962 he represented Glukhovo (a village in the Noginsk district , and now - the microdistrict of Noginsk). The best achievement is 2nd place in the second zone of Class B (1959).
Since 1969, the team participated in the championships of the lower leagues and regional competitions.
In the fall of 1991, on the initiative of the mayor of Noginsk Vladimir Laptev and sponsorship of the State Unitary Enterprise Mostransavto, the club was recreated under the name Avtomobilist and the next year began to participate in the championships of Russia among KFK . In 1993 he won the Championship of Russia among amateur clubs and entered the Third League , having received professional status.
In 1996, Avtomobilist took third place in the 3rd zone of the Third League .
On April 8, 1997, during the 1/16 Cup of Russia match against Moscow Spartak (0: 1), one of the most massive clashes between fans and riot police took place , after which Oleg Romantsev, head coach of the Muscovites, wanted to take his team off the field.
In the second half, an explosive packet was thrown from the rostrum - this served as a signal for action. However, Spartak fans are still sure that there was a provocation and one of the people in uniform threw an explosive package. Well, the response actions of the Moscow Region OMON were indeed extremely fast and clear. Working with batons to the right and left, law enforcement officers within a few minutes completely (!) Cleared the platform from the fans and drove them to the station.- the newspaper " Sport-Express " June 22, 1999 
In June 1998, the famous coach Igor Volchok was appointed head coach of the club. The next season, Avtomobilist won the Second Division championship in the Zapad zone and participated in butt games for getting into the First Division , but lost the Moscow team Spartak-Chukotka (1: 1, 1: 4).
In 2002, the club, which had game and organizational problems, from the very beginning of the season settled on the bottom of the standings of the “Zapad” zone and, taking the penultimate place, was deprived of professional status.
For financial reasons, Avtomobilist was not able to enter the group A of the KFK zone “Moscow Region” and from 2003 to 2005 participated in the group B tournament, where it occupied places in the middle of the table.
In 2006, it was merged with another club from the same division - Noginsk Mosenergo  and transformed into the Noginsk football club, which later received the name Grigory Fedotov .
In 2008, FC “Noginsk” was renamed “Ekolab-SDYUSHOR MO” and moved to Elektrogorsk , a year later returned to Noginsk, changing its name to SDYUSHOR  .
July 30, 2009 SDYUSHOR withdrew from the Championship of Russia among LFK after 14 rounds played. The results of matches involving the team were canceled.
In 2010, the club returned the historical name "Banner". The team took part in zone “B” of the 1st group of the Championship of the Moscow Region. Having won the tournament, the Noginsk residents got the right to participate in the highest group of the Moscow Region Championship next year.
In 2011, in many respects in connection with the centenary of Noginsk football, it was decided to declare a team in the 3rd division of the Russian Football Championship (Moscow Region zone, group B).
According to the results of the 2011/2012 season, FC Znamya became the winner in the 3rd division of the Russian Football Championship (Moscow Region zone, Group B) , gaining exactly 100 points and 2 points ahead of the closest rival Titan from Klin. FC "Banner" received the right to increase (access to group A).
In 2013, being an outsider of Group A in the Moscow Region of the 3rd division , Znamya managed to reach the final of the Russian Cup among physical education teams in the Moscow Region zone, where it was largely lost to the Olympus SKOPA team » From Zheleznodorozhny 0: 5, 0: 2.
According to the results of the 2013 season , FC Znamya took 15th place in the 3rd division of the Russian Football Championship (zone “Moscow Region”, group A) , which led to a downgrade.
FC Znamya spent the 2014 season in Group B.
Symbolism and Emblem
Red and gold colors are used in the images of the coat of arms and flag of the city of Noginsk, as well as the coat of arms and flag of the Noginsk municipal region .
In 2010, the club’s current emblem was developed, the main elements of which are the shield of red and gold colors. On the left side of the shield in a golden field are six heraldic figures (through diamonds) - a traditional symbol of weaving, which the Bogorodsk lands have long been famous for. Gold is a symbol of harvest, wealth, stability, respect, intelligence, warmth and energy. Red color is a symbol of courage, strength, labor, beauty and celebration. The red side of the shield is occupied by red stripes indicating the club’s territorial affiliation with the Moscow Region. On their background is a soccer ball with a genuine leather tire, symbolizing the rich history, continuity and traditions of Bogorodsk (Noginsk) football. The upper part of the emblem is occupied by a stylized inscription “Football Club“ Banner ”. The shield is framed by a red ribbon with the inscription“ Noginsk ”, under which the date of creation of the first football team of the Glukhovsky manufactory is 1911.
Team Performance Statistics
|1992||Third division||28||19||2||7||70-24||40||7 zone - “Center”, group “A”|
|1993||Third division||22||16||3||3||52-21||57||Center zone, group B|
|1994||Third League PFL||46||22||eleven||13||80-58||55||3rd zone|
|1995||Third League PFL||44||22||9||13||61-39||75||3rd zone|
|1996||Third League PFL||38||26||7||5||84-30||85||3rd zone|
|1997||Second division||38||16||12||10||70-53||60||9 from 20||West|
|1998||Second division||40||21||10||9||58-32||73||7 from 21||West|
|2000||Second division||36||13||9||fourteen||35-34||48||11 from 19||West|
|2001||Second division||38||7||10||21||30-62||31||16 of 20||West|
|2002||Second division||38||6||6||26||34-63||24||19 of 20||West|
|2003||Third division||34||8||9||17||38-52||33||14 from 18||MRO “Center”, zone “MO”, group “B”|
|2004||Third division||34||9||5||twenty||55-90||32||13 of 18||Zone "MO", group "B"|
|2005||Third division||26||fourteen||four||8||64-45||46||5 from 14||Zone "MO", group "B"|
|2006||Third division||thirty||twenty||3||7||67-41||63||Zone "MO", group "B"|
|2007||Third division||34||fourteen||3||17||67-59||45||12 of 18||Zone "MO", group "B"|
|2008||Third division||34||fourteen||5||fifteen||62-61||41||11 from 18||Zone "MO", group "B"|
|2009||Third division||-||-||-||-||-||-||Zone "MO", group "B"|
|2010||Fourth Division||twenty||fourteen||3||3||65-25||45||The first group, zone "B"|
|2011||Third division||42||32||four||6||131-37||one hundred||Zone "MO", group "B"|
|2012||Third division||17||3||5||9||20-30||fourteen||14 from 18||Zone "MO", group "A"|
|2013||Third division||thirty||7||2||21||28-59||23||15 of 16||Zone "MO", group "A"|
|2014||Third division||26||13||four||9||47-32||43||6 from 14||Zone "MO", group "B"|
|2015||Third division||27||16||6||5||73-27||54||Zone "MO", group "B"|
|2016||Third division||thirty||fifteen||3||12||61-55||48||6 from 16||Zone "MO", group "A"|
|2017||Third division||thirty||21||one||8||83-33||64||4 from 16||Zone "MO", group "A"|
Second division Third League PFL Third division Fourth Division
|1995/1996||Cup of Russia||3||2||-||one||3-2||6||1/64||Professional|
|1996/1997||Cup of Russia||5||four||-||one||12-2||13||1/16||Professional|
|1997/1998||Cup of Russia||one||-||-||one||1-4||0||1/128||Professional|
|1998/1999||Cup of Russia||one||-||one||-||1-1||one||1/128||Professional|
|1999/2000||Cup of Russia||2||one||-||one||2-1||3||1/128||Professional|
|2000/2001||Cup of Russia||one||-||-||one||0-2||0||1/256||Professional|
|2001/2002||Cup of Russia||one||-||-||one||1-2||0||1/256||Professional|
|2002/2003||Cup of Russia||four||2||one||one||4-3||7||1/32||Professional|
|2006||KFK Cup, zone “MO”||one||-||one||-||3-3||one||1/16||Amateur|
|2007||KFK Cup, zone “MO”||one||-||-||one||0-1||0||1/16||Amateur|
|2008||LFK Cup, zone "MO"||one||-||-||one||0-4||0||1/16||Amateur|
|2009||LFK Cup, zone "MO"||one||-||-||one||2-5||0||1/16||Amateur|
|2010||LFK Cup, zone "MO"||one||-||-||one||2-7||0||1/16||Amateur|
|2011||Division III Cup, MO zone||2||one||one||-||9-1||four||1/8||Amateur|
|2012||Division III Cup, MO zone||2||one||-||one||8-5||3||1/8||Amateur|
|2013||Division III Cup, MO zone||6||3||one||2||8-9||10||Amateur|
|2014||Division III Cup, MO zone||one||-||-||one||0-1||0||1/16||Amateur|
|2015||Division III Cup, MO zone||2||one||-||one||8-8||3||1/8||Amateur|
Famous club players and players
See the full list of players of the Znamya football club (Noginsk) about which there are articles on Wikipedia.
- Newspaper Volkhonka. From Fedotov to Fedotov
- http://klisf.ru/index.app?cmd=comm&lang=en&id=170298954010460665922812671875 (link not available)
- Axel Vartanyan. Chronicle. Year 1936 - Part Six . Sport Express (October 24, 2003). Archived February 19, 2016.
- The most high-profile fan conflicts . Sport Express (June 22, 1999). Archived January 27, 2016.
- FC Mosenergo Noginsk. Profile on Footballfacts.ru
- Championship of exercise therapy. Prelaunch alignment. Archived July 22, 2010 on Wayback Machine
- Gennady Ivanovich Shalimov. Biography . RIA Novosti (January 17, 2007). Archived on February 5, 2016.
- famous Spartak footballer Vyacheslav Hambartsumyan Died . RIA Novosti (January 4, 2008). Archived February 16, 2016.
- Vladimir Yurin. Arbitrator Starchenkov did not appoint three clear penalties . Sport Express (June 9, 1999). Archived on February 5, 2016.
- Alexander Zhukov. Sport Express: Football. How are you? Vladimir Bodrov . Sport Express (March 7, 2003). Archived February 16, 2016.
- Egor Pelevin. Igor Tikhonov: “I would be glad if someone can break my record” (December 25, 2014). Archived January 27, 2016.
- Anton Podoxik. Football at its gates. Off-season. Second Division . Sport Express (January 9, 2003). Archived January 27, 2016.
- Igor Zetilov. Where do the heirs of Fedotov grow? Report from the exemplary Noginsk School of Sports and Sports . Soviet sport (February 27, 2011). Archived January 27, 2016.
- Nikita Bazhenov (player information) . Archived January 27, 2016.
- Renat Yanbaev (player information) .
- Team profile on the new site of football statistics FFMO (inaccessible link)
- Profile on FootballFacts.ru website ("Banner" Noginsk)
- Profile on FootballFacts.ru website ("Motorist" Noginsk)
- Performance History at klisf.info