Кубок России по футболу 1998/1999. Футбол кубок россии 1998 1999

Кубок России по футболу 1998/1999

1. Россия – Russia, also officially the Russian Federation, is a country in Eurasia. The European western part of the country is more populated and urbanised than the eastern. Russias capital Moscow is one of the largest cities in the world, other urban centers include Saint Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Yekaterinburg, Nizhny Novgorod. Extending across the entirety of Northern Asia and much of Eastern Europe, Russia spans eleven time zones and incorporates a range of environments. It shares maritime borders with Japan by the Sea of Okhotsk, the East Slavs emerged as a recognizable group in Europe between the 3rd and 8th centuries AD. Founded and ruled by a Varangian warrior elite and their descendants, in 988 it adopted Orthodox Christianity from the Byzantine Empire, beginning the synthesis of Byzantine and Slavic cultures that defined Russian culture for the next millennium. Rus ultimately disintegrated into a number of states, most of the Rus lands were overrun by the Mongol invasion. The Soviet Union played a role in the Allied victory in World War II. The Soviet era saw some of the most significant technological achievements of the 20th century, including the worlds first human-made satellite and the launching of the first humans in space. By the end of 1990, the Soviet Union had the second largest economy, largest standing military in the world. It is governed as a federal semi-presidential republic, the Russian economy ranks as the twelfth largest by nominal GDP and sixth largest by purchasing power parity in 2015. Russias extensive mineral and energy resources are the largest such reserves in the world, making it one of the producers of oil. The country is one of the five recognized nuclear weapons states and possesses the largest stockpile of weapons of mass destruction, Russia is a great power as well as a regional power and has been characterised as a potential superpower. The name Russia is derived from Rus, a state populated mostly by the East Slavs. However, this name became more prominent in the later history, and the country typically was called by its inhabitants Русская Земля. In order to distinguish this state from other states derived from it, it is denoted as Kievan Rus by modern historiography, an old Latin version of the name Rus was Ruthenia, mostly applied to the western and southern regions of Rus that were adjacent to Catholic Europe. The current name of the country, Россия, comes from the Byzantine Greek designation of the Kievan Rus, the standard way to refer to citizens of Russia is Russians in English and rossiyane in Russian. There are two Russian words which are translated into English as Russians

2. Зенит (футбольный клуб, Санкт-Петербург) – Football Club Zenit, also known as Zenit Saint Petersburg, is a Russian football club from the city of Saint Petersburg. Founded in 1925, the plays in the Russian Premier League. Zenit were the 2007,2010, 2011–12 and 2014–15 champions of the Russian Premier League, Zenits history is tightly connected with the political history of Saint Petersburg, Russia. The players of local teams were amateurs and loosely associated with each other. At the same time, several football clubs were founded in Saint Petersburg. Players membership was unofficial and very loose, however, sometimes allowing the players to play for several different teams during the same season. The club was renamed several times and its owners and leaders were under pressure for many decades. The origins of Zenit date back to the beginning of the 20th century to several teams in Saint Petersburg that were playing locally. The oldest documented predecessor of Zenit was the team Murzinka, founded in 1914, which played in the Obukhovsky stadium from 1914 until 1924, when the team came to be known as Bolshevik. The team and stadium survived the drama of World War I, the Bolshevik revolution of 1917, in 1925, another predecessor team of Zenit was formed, of workers from the Leningradsky Metallichesky Zavod, they were called the Stalinets in the 1930s. Historians documented that both teams of Zenit were playing independently until their official merger at the end of 1939. The Stalinets were not the team named Zenit that took part in the 1938 USSR championship. The current name of FC Zenit was registered in 1936, three years before the Stalinets merged with it, FC Zenit was ordered to take in members of the Stalinets metallurgical workers team after the end of the 1939 season. Zenit won their first honours in 1944, claiming the war-time USSR Cup after defeating CSKA Moscow in the well-attended final, the club was always adored in Leningrad, but was not able to make much of a significant impact in the Soviet League. Composer Dmitry Shostakovich and film star Kirill Lavrov were well known as ardent supporters of Zenit, Zenit won the bronze medal in 1980, also reaching the Soviet Cup Final and winning the Soviet League title in 1984. In 1985, Zenit beat the Soviet Cup holder in the Soviet Super Cup, the LOMO optical plant took up the ownership of the team after the war. In 1990, FC Zenit were re-registered as an independent city-owned professional club, after being relegated in the first year of the Russian League, Zenit returned to the top flight in 1996 and has been decent since. They claimed the 1999 Russian Cup, finished third in the League in 2001, made the Cup final in 2002, became the runners-up in the Premier League, in December 2005, Gazprom took a controlling stake in the club

3. Санкт-Петербург – Saint Petersburg is Russias second-largest city after Moscow, with five million inhabitants in 2012, and an important Russian port on the Baltic Sea. It is politically incorporated as a federal subject, situated on the Neva River, at the head of the Gulf of Finland on the Baltic Sea, it was founded by Tsar Peter the Great on May 271703. In 1914, the name was changed from Saint Petersburg to Petrograd, in 1924 to Leningrad, between 1713 and 1728 and 1732–1918, Saint Petersburg was the capital of imperial Russia. In 1918, the government bodies moved to Moscow. Saint Petersburg is one of the cities of Russia, as well as its cultural capital. The Historic Centre of Saint Petersburg and Related Groups of Monuments constitute a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Saint Petersburg is home to The Hermitage, one of the largest art museums in the world. A large number of consulates, international corporations, banks. Swedish colonists built Nyenskans, a fortress, at the mouth of the Neva River in 1611, in a then called Ingermanland. A small town called Nyen grew up around it, Peter the Great was interested in seafaring and maritime affairs, and he intended to have Russia gain a seaport in order to be able to trade with other maritime nations. He needed a better seaport than Arkhangelsk, which was on the White Sea to the north, on May 1703121703, during the Great Northern War, Peter the Great captured Nyenskans, and soon replaced the fortress. On May 271703, closer to the estuary 5 km inland from the gulf), on Zayachy Island, he laid down the Peter and Paul Fortress, which became the first brick and stone building of the new city. The city was built by conscripted peasants from all over Russia, tens of thousands of serfs died building the city. Later, the city became the centre of the Saint Petersburg Governorate, Peter moved the capital from Moscow to Saint Petersburg in 1712,9 years before the Treaty of Nystad of 1721 ended the war, he referred to Saint Petersburg as the capital as early as 1704. During its first few years, the city developed around Trinity Square on the bank of the Neva, near the Peter. However, Saint Petersburg soon started to be built out according to a plan, by 1716 the Swiss Italian Domenico Trezzini had elaborated a project whereby the city centre would be located on Vasilyevsky Island and shaped by a rectangular grid of canals. The project was not completed, but is evident in the layout of the streets, in 1716, Peter the Great appointed French Jean-Baptiste Alexandre Le Blond as the chief architect of Saint Petersburg. In 1724 the Academy of Sciences, University and Academic Gymnasium were established in Saint Petersburg by Peter the Great, in 1725, Peter died at the age of fifty-two. His endeavours to modernize Russia had met opposition from the Russian nobility—resulting in several attempts on his life

4. Динамо (футбольный клуб, Москва) – FC Dynamo Moscow is a Russian football club based in Khimki, Moscow Oblast, currently playing in the Russian Football National League. Despite this, it has never won the modern Russian Premier League title, during the Soviet era, it was affiliated with the MVD and with the KGB and was a part of Dynamo sports society. Chief of the Soviet security and secret police apparatus NKVD, Lavrentiy Beria, was a patron of the club until his downfall, from 10 April 2009 the VTB Bank has been the owner of Dynamo after acquiring a 74% share in the club. Boris Rotenberg Sr. was chairman until he resigned on 17 July 2015, on 29 December 2016, Dynamo Sports Society agreed to buy VTB Bank shares back for 1 ruble. Dynamos traditional colours are blue and white and their crest consists of a blue letter D, written in a traditional cursive style on a white background, with Moscow written below it, partially covering a football underneath. The clubs motto is Power in Motion, initially proposed by Maxim Gorky, the famous Russian author, Dynamo Moscow has its roots in the club Morozovtsi Orekhovo-Zuevo Moskva founded as a factory team in 1887. The team was renamed OKS Moskva in 1906 and won a series of Moscow league championships from 1910 to 1914. After the Russian Revolution, the club found itself under the authority of the Interior Ministry and its head Felix Dzerzhinsky, chief of the Cheka. The club was renamed Dynamo Moscow in 1923 but was referred to disparagingly as garbage. Dynamo won the first two Soviet Championships in 1936 and 1937, a Soviet Cup in 1937, and another pair of titles in 1940 and 1945. They were also the first Soviet club to tour the West when it played a series of friendlies in the United Kingdom in 1945, complete unknowns to the British, the Soviet players first drew 3–3 against Chelsea and then defeated Cardiff City 1–10. They defeated an Arsenal side reinforced with Stanley Matthews, Stan Mortensen and they drew 2–2 against Scottish side Rangers. They continued to be a side at home after World War II. Dynamo captured another five championships between 1949 and 1959, as well as their second Soviet Cup in 1953, honours were harder to come by after that time. The club continued to some success in the Soviet Cup. Even so, Dynamos 11 national titles make it the countrys third-most decorated side behind Dynamo Kyiv, Dynamos greatest achievement in Europe was in the 1971–72 European Cup Winners Cup, where they reached the Final at Camp Nou in Barcelona, losing 3–2 to Rangers. This was the first time a Russian side had reached a final in a European competition, at the end of the 2008 season, Dynamo finished third, qualifying for the 2009–10 Champions League preliminary round. On 29 July 2009, Dynamo recorded a 0–1 away win against Celtic at Celtic Park, which gave them a strong advantage going into the second leg

5. Москва – Moscow is the capital and most populous city of Russia, with 13.2 million residents within the city limits and 17.8 million within the urban area. Moscow has the status of a Russian federal city, Moscow is a major political, economic, cultural, and scientific center of Russia and Eastern Europe, as well as the largest city entirely on the European continent. Moscow is the northernmost and coldest megacity and metropolis on Earth and it is home to the Ostankino Tower, the tallest free standing structure in Europe, the Federation Tower, the tallest skyscraper in Europe, and the Moscow International Business Center. Moscow is situated on the Moskva River in the Central Federal District of European Russia, the city is well known for its architecture, particularly its historic buildings such as Saint Basils Cathedral with its brightly colored domes. Moscow is the seat of power of the Government of Russia, being the site of the Moscow Kremlin, the Moscow Kremlin and Red Square are also one of several World Heritage Sites in the city. Both chambers of the Russian parliament also sit in the city and it is recognized as one of the citys landmarks due to the rich architecture of its 200 stations. In old Russian the word also meant a church administrative district. The demonym for a Moscow resident is москвич for male or москвичка for female, the name of the city is thought to be derived from the name of the Moskva River. There have been proposed several theories of the origin of the name of the river and its cognates include Russian, музга, muzga pool, puddle, Lithuanian, mazgoti and Latvian, mazgāt to wash, Sanskrit, majjati to drown, Latin, mergō to dip, immerse. There exist as well similar place names in Poland like Mozgawa, the original Old Russian form of the name is reconstructed as *Москы, *Mosky, hence it was one of a few Slavic ū-stem nouns. From the latter forms came the modern Russian name Москва, Moskva, in a similar manner the Latin name Moscovia has been formed, later it became a colloquial name for Russia used in Western Europe in the 16th–17th centuries. From it as well came English Muscovy, various other theories, having little or no scientific ground, are now largely rejected by contemporary linguists. The surface similarity of the name Russia with Rosh, an obscure biblical tribe or country, the oldest evidence of humans on the territory of Moscow dates from the Neolithic. Within the modern bounds of the city other late evidence was discovered, on the territory of the Kremlin, Sparrow Hills, Setun River and Kuntsevskiy forest park, etc. The earliest East Slavic tribes recorded as having expanded to the upper Volga in the 9th to 10th centuries are the Vyatichi and Krivichi, the Moskva River was incorporated as part of Rostov-Suzdal into the Kievan Rus in the 11th century. By AD1100, a settlement had appeared on the mouth of the Neglinnaya River. The first known reference to Moscow dates from 1147 as a place of Yuri Dolgoruky. At the time it was a town on the western border of Vladimir-Suzdal Principality

6. Динамо (футбольный клуб, Махачкала) – FC Dynamo Makhachkala was a Russian football club based in Makhachkala. In the 2006 season Dynamo finished 16th in the Russian First Division, however, the club was denied the professional licence and thus relegated to amateur level. Colours are all white or white shirt with blue stripe. The club was founded in 1946 and debuted in the North Caucasus zone of the Soviet Group 3, following this, Dynamo would not play in the Soviet League until 1958, when they entered Class B. In 1958–1960 the team was known as Temp, in 1967, Dynamo became the winners of Class B and were promoted to Class A, Group 2. After the reorganization of the league in 1971, Dynamo Makhachkala played in the Second League and they stayed at that level until 1990, when they were moved to Second League B. The best Dynamos achievement in the league was the top finish in their zone, Dynamo Makhachkala entered the Russian Second League in 1993, and after 1994 season they moved to the Third League. In 1996–1997 the team was known as Dynamo-Imamat, in 1998, following the reform of the league, Dynamo entered the Second Division and stayed there until winning in the South zone in 2003. Dynamo played in the First Division from 2004 to 2006, darko Spalević Mark Švets Shamil Burziyev † Trayan Dyankov Dynamo Official website Another Dynamo website Club history at KLISF

7. Ангушт (футбольный клуб) – FC Angusht Nazran is a Russian association football club from Nazran. Currently, they play in the third-tier Russian Professional Football League, the club was founded in 1993 as Ingushetia Nazran and entered the Russian Third League in 1994. In 1995 the club was renamed Angusht and finished second in their zone, Angusht finished second in 1998 and third in 2000, and in 2005 they managed to win their Second Division zone to get another promotion. The club spent the 2006 season in the First Division, finishing last between 22 teams, after the season Angusht went bankrupt, were renamed FC Nazran and joined the Amateur Football League. In 2009 it was renamed back to Angusht and it was promoted to the second-level for the 2013-14 season, but were again relegated after just one season on that level. As of 24 February 2017, according to the official FPL website, note, Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality

8. Авангард (футбольный клуб, Курск) – FC Avangard Kursk is an association football club based in Kursk, Russia, currently playing in the third tier of Russian football. The teams colors are, home all blue, and away all white, the club has been known under the following names, Spartak from 1946–57 Trudovye Rezervy from 1958–65 and 1967–72 Trud in 1966 Avangard 1973– Spartak made an appearance in the Soviet league in 1946. Since 1957 Kursk was continuously represented in the league by Trudovye Rezervy, Trud, the club played in Class B and in the Second League. The best achievement was the position in the zone in 1962 and 1964. Avangard entered the Russian Second League in 1992 and was moved to the Third League in 1994, in 1995 they won promotion to the Second League, and in 2004 Avangard finished second in their Second Division zone, obtaining promotion to the First Division. Avangard played 3 seasons in First Division and relegated to Second Division in 2007 as 18th, Avangard returned to second level in 2009 as Center Group champion. But, Avangard finished in the last place and was relegated to level in 2010. As of 20 February 2017, according to the PFL website, note, Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality, had international caps for their respective countries. Players whose name is listed in bold represented their countries while playing for Avangard

9. Металлург (футбольный клуб, Липецк) – FC Metallurg Lipetsk is an association football club in Lipetsk, Russia, formed in 1957. Their best result came in 1997 when they came 2nd in the Russian First Division, in September 2006 the coach Stanislav Bernikov of the Russian third division rushed a goon squad after a defeat on 25 September 2006 on his players, the Rowdys targeted the team with ebonite bullets. Three players suffered injuries and went to a hospital, the coach Bernikov was then summarily dismissed. In 2008 they won the Russian Second Division in the Center Zone and were promoted for 2009 Russian First Division, colours are red and black hooped shirts, black shorts. Note, Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules, players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Had international caps for their respective countries, players whose name is listed in bold represented their countries while playing for Metallurg


Финал Кубка России по футболу 1999

Материал из Википедии — свободной энциклопедии

Финал Кубка России по футболу 1998/1999 состоялся 26 мая 1999 года. Петербургский «Зенит» переиграл московское «Динамо» со счётом 3:1 и впервые стал обладателем Кубка России (Кубок СССР команда выигрывала один раз, в 1944 году).

Путь к финалу[ | ]

«Зенит»[ | ]

Свой путь к финалу кубка петербуржцы, как клуб высшего дивизиона, начинали с гостевого поединка в рамках 1/16 финала. Их соперниками стал саратовский «Сокол», в то время выступавший в Первом дивизионе. Уже на 16-й минуте «Зенит» проигрывал 0:2 (дублем за саратовцев отметился Владимир Лебедь), и такой счёт держался до самой концовки. Но на 87-й минуте Александр Бабий сократил отставание «Зенита» в счёте, а на 90-й минуте вышедший на замену в начале второго тайма Роман Максимюк сравнял счёт. Игра перетекла в дополнительное время, а затем и в серию пенальти. Два неудачных удара футболистов «Сокола» и отсутствие таковых у «Зенита» вывели последних в следующую стадию турнира[1]. В 1/8 финала «Зенит» в гостях крупно обыграл сочинскую «Жемчужину» 4:1, занявшую в завершившемся тогда чемпионате России 13-е место. Эта игра была отмечена также грубой игрой и дракой, что привело к четырём удалениям (по 2 с каждой стороны)[2].

В 1/4 финала «Зенит» принимал у себя клуб Высшего дивизиона «Ростсельмаш». В конце первого тайма петербуржцы получили преимущество в 2 мяча: сначала на 36-й минуте счёт открыл Игорь Зазулин, а спустя 7 минут отрыв увеличил Геннадий Попович. В этот же короткий отрезок между двумя голами уместилось и удаление на 41-й минуте за грубую игру защитника «Зенита» Андрея Кондрашова. Численное преимущество не принесло «Ростсельмашу» преимущества, и матч так и завершился со счётом 2:0[3]. В полуфинале «Зенит» сразился с ЦСКА на своём стадионе «Петровский». На 51-й минуте армейцы остались в меньшинстве из-за удаления Алексея Савельева, а на 77-й минуте единственный мяч в поединке забил Геннадий Попович, который и вывел «Зенит» в финал Кубка России[4].

«Динамо»[ | ]

«Динамо» в рамках 1/16 финала не оставило шансов (7:0) московскому «Торпедо-ЗИЛ» на Стадионе им. Э. А. Стрельцова, который тогда лидировал в зоне Запад Второго дивизиона. Хет-трик в матче сделал нигерийский нападающий Лаки Изибор[5]. В 1/8 финала «Динамо» принимало у себя владикавказскую «Аланию» и одержало минимальную победу 1:0, на 77-й минуте отличился нападающий Олег Терёхин[6].

В четвертьфинале «Динамо» встречалось дома с раменским «Сатурном», в то время дебютировавшим в Высшем дивизионе. Основное время матча закончилось без забитых мячей, а в дополнительное гол Максима Ромащенко на 100-й минуте вывел «Динамо» в полуфинал[7]. На следующей стадии турнира «Динамо» сразилось в Волгограде с «Ротором». Основное время матча закончилось со счётом 2:2. Сначала хозяева вышли вперёд на 15-й минуте, затем Ролан Гусев на 29-й сравнял счёт, а Денис Клюев после перерыва вывел «Динамо» вперёд. Через 6 минут Денис Зубко восстановил статус-кво в матче, который сохранился до конца основного и дополнительного времени. В последовавшей серии пенальти также долгое время сохранялось равенство пока Илья Бородин не сумел пробить вратаря динамовцев Евгения Плотникова[8].

Ход финального матча[ | ]

«Зенит» и московское «Динамо» во второй раз встречались в рамках финала в истории кубков СССР и России. В финале Кубка СССР в 1984 году динамовцы выиграли у «Зенита» со счётом 2:0 в дополнительное время.

Встреча проходила на столичном стадионе «Лужники» в присутствии 20 тысяч зрителей при пасмурной погоде. На 26-й минуте при подаче со штрафного Максима Ромащенко Николай Писарев выигрывает борьбу у игрока «Зенита» Константина Лепёхина и выводит «Динамо» вперёд 1:0[9]. На перерыв команды так и ушли при минимальном преимуществе динамовцев.

Отрезок второго тайма с 57-й по 66-ю минуту полностью перевернул ход игры и решил судьбу титула. Сначала Александр Панов, одним касанием оставивший не у дел двух игроков «Динамо», сравнивает счёт в мачте. Затем он же, спустя 2 минуты, ворвавшись в штрафную, обыгрывает вратаря Евгения Плотникова и забивает в пустые ворота. Точный удар в ближнюю девятку Романа Максимюка на 66-й минуте вывел петербуржцев вперёд. На 89 минуте Игорь Зазулин, стартовав со своей половины поля, убежал один на один с Плотниковым, но его остановил Островский, получивший красную карточку за фол последней надежды. Выполнявший штрафной Кобелев обманул вратаря, но в ворота не попал. «Зенит» стал первым немосковским клубов, ставшим обладателем Кубка России, а Александр Панов показал блестящую игру за 10 дней до знаменитого матча сборной России против французов на «Стад де Франс»[10].

Отчёт о матче[ | ]

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  • 1 1/256 финала
  • 2 1/128 финала
  • 3 1/64 финала
  • 4 1/32 финала
  • 5 1/16 финала
  • 6 1/8 финала
  • 7 1/4 финала
  • 8 1/2 финала
  • 9 Финал


Седьмой розыгрыш Кубка России по футболу проводился со 8 мая 1998 года по 26 мая 1999 года. Обладателем трофея в первый раз стал санкт-петербургский «Зенит».

1. 1/256 финала

2. 1/128 финала

3. 1/64 финала

06.07.1998 Торпедо (Павлово) 2:3 Торпедо (Владимир)
06.07.1998 Торпедо (Рубцовск) 3:4 Чкаловец (Новосибирск)
06.07.1998 Торпедо-ЗИЛ (Москва) 4:0 Спортакадемклуб (Москва)
06.07.1998 Уралмаш (Екатеринбург) 7:0 Трубник (Каменск-Уральский)
06.07.1998 Орел (Орел) 4:0 Локомотив (Калуга)
06.07.1998 Энергия (Урень) 2:0 Биохимик-Мордовия (Саранск)

4. 1/32 финала

22.07.1998 Автодор (Владикавказ) 3:1 Анжи (Махачкала)
22.07.1998 Амкар (Пермь) 2:1 д.в. Энергия (Чайковский)
22.07.1998 Амур-Энергия (Благовещенск) 1:0 СКА (Хабаровск)
22.07.1998 Динамо (Санкт-Петербург) 2:1 Спартак (Рязань)
22.07.1998 Дружба (Майкоп) 1:0 д.в. Динамо (Ставрополь)
22.07.1998 Лада-Град (Димитровград) 2:0 Зенит (Пенза)
22.07.1998 Металлург (Липецк) 4:0 Асмарал (Москва)
22.07.1998 Носта (Новотроицк) 4:3 Уралмаш (Екатеринбург)
22.07.1998 Рубин (Казань) 2:3 д.в. Энергия (Урень)
22.07.1998 Сатурн (Раменское) 3:1 д.в. Спартак-Телеком (Шуя)
22.07.1998 Сокол (Саратов) 1:0 Нефтяник (Похвистнево)
22.07.1998 Томь (Томск) 1:0 Металлург (Красноярск)
22.07.1998 Торпедо (Владимир) 1:2 д.в. Спартак-Орехово (Орехово-Зуево)
22.07.1998 Торпедо-ЗИЛ (Москва) 2:1 Локомотив (Санкт-Петербург)
22.07.1998 Орел (Орел) 1:3 Арсенал (Тула)
22.07.1998 Чкаловец (Новосибирск) 4:1 Динамо (Омск)

5. 1/16 финала

11.09.1998 Торпедо-ЗИЛ (Москва) 0:7 Динамо (Москва)
12.09.1998 Автодор (Владикавказ) 2:1 д.в. Крылья Советов (Самара)
12.09.1998 Амкар (Пермь) 1:0 Спартак (Москва)
12.09.1998 Амур-Энергия (Благовещенск) 0:2 ЦСКА (Москва)
12.09.1998 Арсенал (Тула) 1:0 Торпедо (Москва)
12.09.1998 Динамо (Санкт-Петербург) 0:1 д.в. Алания (Владикавказ)
12.09.1998 Дружба (Майкоп) 1:3 Ротор (Волгоград)
12.09.1998 Лада-Град (Димитровград) 0:1 Ростсельмаш (Ростов-на-Дону)
12.09.1998 Металлург (Липецк) 2:2 д.в., пен. 4:3 Локомотив (Москва)
12.09.1998 Носта (Новотроицк) 2:1 Балтика (Калининград)
12.09.1998 Сатурн (Раменское) 1:0 Черноморец (Новороссийск)
12.09.1998 Сокол (Саратов) 2:2 д.в., пен. 1:4 Зенит (Санкт-Петербург)
12.09.1998 Спартак-Орехово (Орехово-Зуево) 3:0 Тюмень (Тюмень)
12.09.1998 Томь (Томск) 1:0 Уралан (Элиста)
12.09.1998 Чкаловец (Новосибирск) 0:0 д.в., пен. 2:4 Шинник (Ярославль)
12.09.1998 Энергия (Урень) 1:2 д.в. Жемчужина (Сочи)

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06.11.1998 Шинник (Ярославль) 2:1 Носта (Новотроицк)
07.11.1998 Жемчужина (Сочи) 1:4 Зенит (Санкт-Петербург)
08.11.1998 Ростсельмаш (Ростов-на-Дону) 1:0 Амкар (Пермь)
10.11.1998 Арсенал (Тула) 4:1 Металлург (Липецк)
10.11.1998 Динамо (Москва) 1:0 Алания (Владикавказ)
10.11.1998 Ротор (Волгоград) 3:3 д.в., пен. 4:2 Автодор (Владикавказ)
10.11.1998 Спартак-Орехово (Орехово-Зуево) 0:0 д.в., пен. 2:4 Сатурн (Раменское)
10.11.1998 ЦСКА (Москва) 2:1 Томь (Томск)

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06.04.1999 ЦСКА (Москва) 1:0 Шинник (Ярославль)
07.04.1999 Динамо (Москва) 1:0 д.в. Сатурн (Раменское)
07.04.1999 Зенит (Санкт-Петербург) 2:0 Ростсельмаш (Ростов-на-Дону)
07.04.1999 Ротор (Волгоград) 4:1 Арсенал (Тула)

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21.04.1999 Зенит (Санкт-Петербург) 1:0 ЦСКА (Москва)
21.04.1999 Ротор (Волгоград) 2:2 д.в., пен. 6:7 Динамо (Москва)

9. Финал

26 мая 1999 Зенит 3:1 (0:1) Динамо (Москва) Лужники, МоскваЗрителей: 22 000Судья: Николай Фролов (Раменское)
Панов 55', 58'Максимюк 66' [1] [2] Писарев 23'
Зенит: Березовский, Бабий, Кондрашов, Овсепян, Игонин, Вернидуб, Лепёхин, Горшков, Попович (Зазулин 68'), Максимюк (Кобелев 76'), Панов

Главный тренер: Анатолий ДавыдовДинамо: Плотников, Клюев, Островский, Точилин, Головской, Радимов, Гришин (Изибор 63'), Гусев, Писарев (Кульчий 53'), Макс. Ромащенко, ТерехинГлавный тренер: Георгий ЯрцевПредупреждён Игонин 34', Овсепян 48', Попович 63' — Головской 51', Точилин 70', Радимов 73'

Удалён Островский 89' (фол последней надежды)
Обладатель Кубка России1998—99
Зенит (Санкт-Петербург)
скачатьДанный реферат составлен на основе статьи из русской Википедии. Синхронизация выполнена 12.07.11 07:08:12Похожие рефераты: Кубок Франции по футболу 1998-1999, Кубок Казахстана по футболу 1998-1999, Чемпионат России по мини-футболу 1998-1999, Кубок УЕФА 1998-1999, Кубок мира по биатлону 1998-1999, Чемпионат России по баскетболу 1998-1999, Кубок обладателей кубков УЕФА 1998-1999, Чемпионат России по хоккею с мячом 1998-1999, Чемпионат Украины по футболу 1998-1999.

Категории: 1998 год в футболе, Кубок России по футболу, 1999 год в футболе.

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