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Кубок России по футболу 2004/2005

 Кубок России по футболу 2004/2005 Данные турнира Даты проведения: Место проведения: Количество команд: Итоговая расстановка Победитель: Финалист: Статистика турнира Сыграно матчей:
Кубок России по футболу 2004/2005

23 марта 2004 — 29 мая 2005

Флаг России Россия

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ЦСКА (Москва)

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Кубок России по футболу сезона 2004/2005 — проводился среди команд нелюбительских футбольных клубов премьер-лиги, первого и второго дивизионов.

Обладателем Кубка 2004—2005 стал клуб ЦСКА, победивший в финале подмосковные «Химки» (1:0). ЦСКА второй раз завоёвывает этот трофей в своей истории.

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29 мая, 2005 Стадион: Локомотив, МоскваЗрителей: 24 000 Судья: А. Каюмов (Москва)

ЦСКА: Акинфеев, Шемберас, В. Березуцкий (Красич 46'), Игнашевич (к), Алдонин, А. Березуцкий, Карвальо, Гусев (Одиа 55'), Олич, (Лайзанс 71'), Жирков, Вагнер ЛавГлавный тренер: Валерий ГаззаевХимки: Ломая, Йованович, Прошин, Ещенко, Приганюк, Перов, Нахушев (Иванов 82'), Гришин, Калачёв, Данишевский (Антипенко 82'), ТихоновГлавный тренер: Павел Яковенко

Предупреждён Шемберас 26' — Перов 62', Приганюк 87'

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Кубок России по футболу 2003/2004

Кубок России по футболу 2003/2004 — российский футбольный турнир среди профессиональных российских клубов.

Проводился по системе с выбыванием начиная с 1/512 финала. Первая стадия турнира стартовала 22 марта 2003. Финальный матч традиционно проведён в Москве в мае 2004 года. Победитель Кубка — «Терек» получил право выступления в Кубке УЕФА 2004-05.

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На всех этапах кроме финала победители пар определялись по результату двух матчей (дома и в гостях). Если по сумме встреч победитель не выявится, то назначается дополнительное время (два дополнительных тайма по 15 минут каждый, без перерыва), но если и в дополнительное время не выявится победитель, то он определяется в серии 11-метровых ударов.

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14 апреля, 2004 Стадион: Центральный, ВолгоградЗрителей: 3500 Судья: Баскаков (Москва)

Ротор: Чичкин, Олеников, Могилевский, Калашников, Рашевский (Бондаренко 46', Чистяков 79'), Гайдуков, Кривов, Есипов (к), Михайлов (Радкевич, 58'), Скрыльников, ЗубкоГлавный тренер: Юрий Марушкин (и.о.)Терек: Савченко, Шмарко, Гайсумов (к), Боков, Липко, Клюев, Скоков (Соурада 77'), Хомуха (Осипов 61'), Джабраилов (Адиев 79'), Федьков, ТерёхинГлавный тренер: Ваит ТалгаевПредупреждён Могилевский 23', Есипов 87' — Джабраилов 56', Соурада 81', Шмарко 85'

Удалён Олеников 54'

Только оставшись в меньшинстве, обновлённый «Ротор» нашёл свою игру. Спорт-Экспресс (15 апреля 2004). Архивировано из первоисточника 19 мая 2012.

Первая победа Юрия Марушкина. Советский спорт (15 апреля 2004). Архивировано из первоисточника 19 мая 2012.
21 апреля, 2004 Стадион: Центральный, ПятигорскЗрителей: 3500 Судья: Тюмин (Новочеркасск)

Терек: Савченко, Шмарко, Гайсумов (к), Боков, Липко, Клюев, Скоков, Мазаев (Джабраилов, 69'), Терёхин, Федьков, Гублия (Соурада 74')Главный тренер: Ваит ТалгаевРотор: Чичкин, Радкевич, Могилевский, Калашников, Рашевский, Олеников, Кривов, Есипов (к), Зубко (Зеленовский 77'), Скрыльников, СмирновГлавный тренер: Юрий Марушкин (и.о.)

Предупреждён Гублия 33' — Рашевский 35'

Федьков выводит «Терек» в полуфинал. Спорт-Экспресс (22 апреля 2004). Архивировано из первоисточника 19 мая 2012.

Андрей Федьков выводит грозненский «Терек» в полуфинал. Советский спорт (22 апреля 2004). Архивировано из первоисточника 19 мая 2012.

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29 мая, 2004 Стадион: Локомотив, МоскваЗрителей: 17 000 Судья: Н. Иванов (Санкт-Петербург)

Терек: Савченко, Шмарко, Гайсумов (к), Булатов, Боков, Липко, Хомуха, Скоков (Джабраилов 79'), Федьков, Клюев, ТерёхинГлавный тренер: Ваит ТалгаевКрылья Советов: Поляков, Анюков, Колодин, Овие (Соуза 55'), Каряка, Мойзес, Короман (Леилтон 83'), Рафаэл, Ковба, Пошкус, Тихонов (к) (Виноградов 41')Главный тренер: Гаджи Гаджиев

Предупреждён Булатов 49', Гайсумов 63'
Обладатель Кубка России2003—04
Терек (Грозный)

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Кубок России по футболу 2003/2004 Википедия

Дата Хозяева Счёт Гости 15.04.03 Шахтёр (Шахты) 2:1 СКА (Ростов-на-Дону) 15.04.03 Славянск (Славянск-на-Кубани) 5:1 Жемчужина (Сочи) 14.04.03 Краснодар-2000 (Краснодар) 5:0 Дружба (Майкоп) 15.04.03 Динамо (Ставрополь) 1:0 Спартак-Кавказтрансгаз (Изобильный) 15.04.03 Автодор (Владикавказ) 4:0 Ангушт (Нарань) 15.04.03 Машук-КМВ (Пятигорск) 3:1 Нарт (Черкесск) 15.04.03 Судостроитель (Астрахань) 0:3 Динамо (Махачкала) 15.04.03 Олимпия (Волгоград) 1:2 Текстильщик (Камышин) 30.04.03 Чкаловец-Олимпик (Новосибирск) 1:0 Динамо (Барнаул) 01.05.03 Чкаловец-1936 (Новосибирск) 3:2 Иртыш (Омск) 30.04.03 Сибиряк (Братск) 1:1 (3:4 пен.) Металлург (Красноярск) 30.04.03 Звезда (Иркутск) 4:0 Селенга (Улан-Удэ) 30.04.03 Смена (Комсомольск-на-Амуре) 2:2 (4:2 пен.) Амур (Благовещенск) 30.04.03 Океан (Находка) 2:3 Луч-Энергия (Владивосток) 30.04.03 Северсталь (Череповец) 0:0 (4:2 пен.) Динамо (Вологда) 30.04.03 Волочанин-Ратмир (Вышний Волочёк) 1:0 БСК (Спирово) 30.04.03 Светогорец (Светогорск) 2:0 Зенит-2 (Санкт-Петербург) 30.04.03 Псков-2000 (Псков) 2:0 Петротрест (Санкт-Петербург) 30.04.03 Спортакадемклуб (Москва) 1:0 Видное 30.04.03 Спартак-Телеком (Шуя) 2:0 Реутов 30.04.03 Спартак (Щёлково) 1:3 Арсенал (Тула) 30.04.03 Уралан плюс (Москва) 0:1 Мосэнерго (Москва) 30.04.03 Спартак (Луховицы) 1:0 Рязань-Агрокомплект (Рязань) 30.04.03 Знамя Труда (Орехово-Зуево) 0:2 Витязь (Подольск) 30.04.03 Спартак (Тамбов) 0:0 (5:3 пен.) Зенит (Пенза) 30.04.03 Торпедо (Павлово) 3:2 Металлург (Выкса) 30.04.03 Елец 1:0 Дон (Новомосковск) 30.04.03 Локомотив (Калуга) 3:0 Динамо (Тула) 30.04.03 Авангард (Курск) 0:0 (1:4 пен.) Салют-Энергия (Белгород) 30.04.03 Орёл 2:1 Динамо (Брянск) 09.05.03 Спартак (Йошкар-Ола) 0:0 (5:3 пен.) Волга (Ульяновск) 09.05.03 Алнас (Альметьевск) 0:2 КАМАЗ (Набережные Челны) 09.05.03 Энергетик (Урень) 1:0 Электроника (Нижний Новгород) 09.05.03 Динамо-Машиностроитель (Киров) 0:0 (1:1 д.в., 0:3 пен.) Локомотив-НН (Нижний Новгород) 09.05.03 Металлург-Метизник (Магнитогорск) 0:0 (2:0 пен.) Содовик (Стерлитамак) 09.05.03 Носта (Новотроицк) 1:6 Газовик (Оренбург) 09.05.03 Лукойл (Челябинск) 2:1 Уралец (Нижний Тагил) 09.05.03 Тобол (Курган) 2:1 Зенит (Челябинск)

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Кубок России по футболу 2004/2005

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. ЦСКА (футбольный клуб, Москва) – PFC Central Sport Club of the Army, Moscow is a Russian professional football club. It is based in Moscow, playing its matches at the 30. The club is the most known division of the CSKA Moscow sports club, founded in 1911, CSKA had its most successful period after World War II with five titles in six seasons. It won a total of 7 Soviet Top League championships, including the season in 1991. The club has also won 6 Russian Premier League titles, CSKA was the official team of the Soviet Army during the communist era. Since the dissolution of the Soviet Union it has become privately owned, Russian businessman Roman Abramovichs Sibneft corporation was a leading sponsor of the club from 2004 to 2006. Officially, CSKA is a club and thus no longer a section of the Russian militarys CSKA sports club. The Russian Ministry of Defense is a PFC CSKA shareholder, however, the Moscow Army men won their 10th national title back in 2006 and they are one of the most successful clubs in Russian football, having an extensive legacy in Soviet football as well. In 2004, the received a major financial infusion from a sponsorship deal with Sibneft. The partnership with Sibneft lasted until 2006, when VTB became the sponsor of the club, CSKA started 2009 without a shirt sponsor. On 4 November 1992, CSKA qualified for the stage of the UEFA Champions League which contained only 8 teams after defeating Spanish champion FC Barcelona 4–3 on aggregate. On 16 March 2010, CSKA qualified for the quarterfinals of the UEFA Champions League after defeating Sevilla FC 3–2 on aggregate and they were later eliminated from competition by Internazionale, losing by 1–0 scorelines in both Milan and Moscow. On 7 December 2011, CSKA qualified for the phase of the UEFA Champions League after winning crucial 3 points by defeating Internazionale with scoreline 1–2 in Milan. On 6 December 2016, CSKA announced that manager Leonid Slutsky would leave the club after seven years at the club, following their last game of 2016,6 days later,12 December, Viktor Goncharenko was announced as the clubs new manager, signing a two-year contract. As of match played 6 December 2016 CSKA Moscow won their first, sergei Ignashevich lifted the 2005 UEFA Cup after CSKA ran out 3-1 winners over Sporting CP in Sportings own Estádio José Alvalade stadium. Goals from Aleksei Berezutski, Yuri Zhirkov and Vágner Love saw CSKA become the first Russian club to win a major European title, CSKA was nicknamed Horses because the first stadium was built on the old racecourse/hippodromo in Moscow. Its capacity is small for a club of its stature. This is one of the reasons the club uses other venues in the city

3. 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

4. Химки (футбольный клуб) – FC Khimki is a Russian association football club based in Khimki. The team was formed in 1997 by merging two clubs from Khimki, Rodina, and Novator. Khimki entered the league and played their first official match on 17 May 1997. Of more than 150 amateur teams in the competition, only the champions would be promoted to the Third League, Khimki won the tournament, overcoming Energiya Ulyanovsk in the final match in a penalty shootout. On 30 January 1997, Khimki became a football club. In the Third League regional tournament, Khimki finished second and were promoted to the Second League, Khimki were promoted to the First Division after the 2000 season. They finished first in the Centre zone of the Second Division, after Severstal refused to play in the First Division, their place was given to Khimki. In 2005, Khimki had a good run in the Russian Cup. They lost the final match 0–1 to CSKA, as of 22 February 2017, according to the official FNL 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 Khimki

5. СКА (футбольный клуб, Ростов-на-Дону) – FC SKA Rostov-on-Don is a Russian association football club based in Rostov-on-Don. The clubs rich history includes becoming runners-up of the Soviet Top League in 1966, the club was founded on 27 August 1937 and was known as RODKA, ODO and SKVO. The team was given its most familiar name back in March 2015, SKVO entered the Class B of the Soviet league in 1958. Prior to that, the only played in regional tournaments. SKVO became the champions of Class B in 1958 and were promoted to Class A and they stayed at the top level of Soviet football until 1973, winning silver medals in 1966 and finishing fourth in 1959,1960,1963, and 1964. In the 1970s and 1980s SKA moved between Top and First leagues several times, after relegation 1973, they played in the First League in 1974, 1976–1978, 1982–1983, and 1986–1989, and in the Top League in 1975, 1979–1981, and 1984–1985. SKA spent two last years of the Soviet football in the Second League, SKA were also successful in the Soviet Cup. They won the trophy in 1981 and were the finalists in 1969 and 1971. In 2002 SKA finished 17th in the First Division, going back down. It finished 2nd South Zone of Second Division but returned First Division after relegations of Dynamo Makhachkala, FC Volgar-Gazprom Astrakhan and it finished 17th in 2007 and 13th in 2008. Despite finishing outside of relegation zone in 2008, the club could not afford to play in the First Division for 2009, after playing on that level from 2009 to 2013–14 seasons, the club failed professional licensing and began the 2014–15 season in the Russian Amateur Football League. It returned back to the third-tier Russian Professional Football League for the 2015–16 season, note, Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality, official website SKA Rostov-on-Don at KLISF

6. Волга (футбольный клуб, Тверь) – FC Volga Tver is an association football club from Tver, Russia, founded in 1957. It plays in the Russian Professional Football League and it has played professionally in 1937,1949,1953 to 1956,1958 to 1999, and from 2004. In 1992–1995, the club was called Trion-Volga Tver and it played on the second-highest level in 1957 to 1962,1964 to 1969 and 1992. Another Tver team, Spartak Tver, existed from 1937 to 1957 and played in the Soviet First League in 1949, as of 24 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 Volga

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. Динамо (футбольный клуб, Ставрополь, 1924) – FC Dynamo Stavropol is an association football club from Stavropol, south Russia, best known for winning the 1949 RSFSR championship in one of the 9 zones. In recent years it played mostly in Russian Professional Football League, due to severe financial difficulties, Dynamo missed the opportunity to be promoted to the First Division in 2005. After that, it was liquidated two times and resurrected again as an amateur team, eventually redeeming the professional status. As of the season 2013-14, the played in the amateur championship of Stavropol krai under the name Dynamo UOR. A separate club was renamed to FC Dynamo GTS Stavropol for the 2014-15 season in the Russian Professional Football League, before the 2015–16 season, FC Dynamo GTS was renamed to FC Dynamo Stavropol. The clubs most significant victory was achieved in 1949, when it earned the title of Champion of Russia, from 1957 to 2004, Dynamo played in various leagues of the Soviet Union and Russia. In 1957, it was called FC Trudovye Rezervy Stavropol and from 1958 to 1961 it was called FC Spartak Stavropol, in 1980–1981 and 1985–1991, Dynamo played in the USSR First League. The best result was a 4th position in 1989, in 1992, Dynamo were entitled to play in the Russian Top League and finished 15th. Dynamos 12th position in 1993 is their best ever result in professional football, in 1994, Dynamo finished 15th and were relegated from the Top Division. From 1995 to 1999, Dynamo played in the Russian First Division, the best position achieved was 5th in 1996. From 2000 to 2004, Dynamo played in the South Zone of Russian Second Division and won the tournament in 2004, Dynamo also won the Professional Football League Cup, a competition between zonal tournament winners, and became the champions of the Second Division. In January 2005, the club was denied professional license due to financial difficulties, since 2006, club has been playing in Russian Second Division again. It finished 2nd in 2007 season and it experienced financial difficulties in 2009 and did not play in the Second Division. Dynamos license was taken over by FC Stavropolye-2009,6 players from the 2008 Dynamo roster transferred to FC Stavropol for the 2009 season and 5 transferred to FC Stavropolye-2009. The club was resurrected in 2010, taking over another Stavropol team, FC Stavropolye-2009, a separate club was renamed to FC Dynamo GTS Stavropol for the 2014-15 season in the Russian Professional Football League. Before the 2015–16 season, FC Dynamo GTS was renamed to FC Dynamo Stavropol, as of 24 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. Dynamos reserve squad played professionally as FC Dynamo-d Stavropol from 1994 to 1997 in the Russian Third League, had international caps for their respective countries

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Кубок России по футболу 2003/2004 — Википедия

Дата Хозяева Счёт Гости 15.04.03 Шахтёр (Шахты) 2:1 СКА (Ростов-на-Дону) 15.04.03 Славянск (Славянск-на-Кубани) 5:1 Жемчужина (Сочи) 14.04.03 Краснодар-2000 (Краснодар) 5:0 Дружба (Майкоп) 15.04.03 Динамо (Ставрополь) 1:0 Спартак-Кавказтрансгаз (Изобильный) 15.04.03 Автодор (Владикавказ) 4:0 Ангушт (Нарань) 15.04.03 Машук-КМВ (Пятигорск) 3:1 Нарт (Черкесск) 15.04.03 Судостроитель (Астрахань) 0:3 Динамо (Махачкала) 15.04.03 Олимпия (Волгоград) 1:2 Текстильщик (Камышин) 30.04.03 Чкаловец-Олимпик (Новосибирск) 1:0 Динамо (Барнаул) 01.05.03 Чкаловец-1936 (Новосибирск) 3:2 Иртыш (Омск) 30.04.03 Сибиряк (Братск) 1:1 (3:4 пен.) Металлург (Красноярск) 30.04.03 Звезда (Иркутск) 4:0 Селенга (Улан-Удэ) 30.04.03 Смена (Комсомольск-на-Амуре) 2:2 (4:2 пен.) Амур (Благовещенск) 30.04.03 Океан (Находка) 2:3 Луч-Энергия (Владивосток) 30.04.03 Северсталь (Череповец) 0:0 (4:2 пен.) Динамо (Вологда) 30.04.03 Волочанин-Ратмир (Вышний Волочёк) 1:0 БСК (Спирово) 30.04.03 Светогорец (Светогорск) 2:0 Зенит-2 (Санкт-Петербург) 30.04.03 Псков-2000 (Псков) 2:0 Петротрест (Санкт-Петербург) 30.04.03 Спортакадемклуб (Москва) 1:0 Видное 30.04.03 Спартак-Телеком (Шуя) 2:0 Реутов 30.04.03 Спартак (Щёлково) 1:3 Арсенал (Тула) 30.04.03 Уралан плюс (Москва) 0:1 Мосэнерго (Москва) 30.04.03 Спартак (Луховицы) 1:0 Рязань-Агрокомплект (Рязань) 30.04.03 Знамя Труда (Орехово-Зуево) 0:2 Витязь (Подольск) 30.04.03 Спартак (Тамбов) 0:0 (5:3 пен.) Зенит (Пенза) 30.04.03 Торпедо (Павлово) 3:2 Металлург (Выкса) 30.04.03 Елец 1:0 Дон (Новомосковск) 30.04.03 Локомотив (Калуга) 3:0 Динамо (Тула) 30.04.03 Авангард (Курск) 0:0 (1:4 пен.) Салют-Энергия (Белгород) 30.04.03 Орёл 2:1 Динамо (Брянск) 09.05.03 Спартак (Йошкар-Ола) 0:0 (5:3 пен.) Волга (Ульяновск) 09.05.03 Алнас (Альметьевск) 0:2 КАМАЗ (Набережные Челны) 09.05.03 Энергетик (Урень) 1:0 Электроника (Нижний Новгород) 09.05.03 Динамо-Машиностроитель (Киров) 0:0 (1:1 д.в., 0:3 пен.) Локомотив-НН (Нижний Новгород) 09.05.03 Металлург-Метизник (Магнитогорск) 0:0 (2:0 пен.) Содовик (Стерлитамак) 09.05.03 Носта (Новотроицк) 1:6 Газовик (Оренбург) 09.05.03 Лукойл (Челябинск) 2:1 Уралец (Нижний Тагил) 09.05.03 Тобол (Курган) 2:1 Зенит (Челябинск)

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