FC Alashkert – FC Lokomotiv Yereva


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Start date: 18. May 2020, 18:00

Location: Yerevan Venue: Alashkert Stadium

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NAME: FC Alashkert – FC Lokomotiv Yerevan
DATE: May 18, 2020
TIME: 12:00 UTC
VENUE: Alashkert Stadium, Yerevan , Armenia


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About FC Alashkert

Football Club Alashkert (Armenian: Ֆուտբոլային Ակումբ Ալաշկերտ), ordinarily known as Alashkert is an Armenian football club situated in the capital Yerevan, established in 1990 in Martuni and in the wake of collapsing in 2000 re-established in 2011. They as of now play in the Armenian Premier League. The home arena of the group is the Alashkert Stadium in Yerevan. The club home office are situated on Saryan road 25, Yerevan.[1] Although situated in Yerevan they are in truth named after the memorable Western Armenian town of Alashkert, presently Eleşkirt in Eastern Turkey.

The club is claimed by Bagrat Navoyan, an Armenian businessperson and originator of «Bagratour» LLC.

Alashkert has a participation concurrence with the Brazilian club Botafogo since August 2017

Football Club Alashkert was established in 1990 in the town of Martuni of Gegharkunik Province. In 1992, the group played in the Premier League speaking to Martuni and utilizing the City Stadium of the town as their home setting. In any case, toward the finish of the period the group completed rearward in the table, being consigned to the First League. Accordingly, the club pulled back from the opposition.

In 1998, FC Alashkert came back to proficient football and took an interest in the First League completing the table in sixth position. In 1999, they didn’t take part in the First League rivalry and later in mid 2000, the club was broken up.

In late 2011, FC Alashkert were re-established by Bagrat Navoyan; a businessperson local of Martuni. They entered the 2012–13 Armenian First League rivalry and won the title, booking their situation in the Armenian Premier League for the 2013–14 season. In 2012–2013, the group was overseen by the previous Armenian player Albert Sarkisyan and later by previous footballer Sergey Erzrumyan. The associate chief was Aram Hakobyan.

Alashkert first qualified for the Europa League 2015–16 capability cycle 1, in the wake of increasing fourth spot in the Armenian Premier League 2014–2015. In the first round Alashkert drew the Scottish club St Johnstone. In spite of the way that St Johnstone were considered as the top choices, Alashkert were triumphant after the two games and had the option to cause a buzz. In the second round, Alashkert needed to meet the Kazakh side Kairat. In the main game Alashkert were vanquished 3–0. In the subsequent game, Alashkert had the option to accomplish triumph because of a very late champ scored by Heber Araujo, 2–1. Anyway this was insufficient to meet all requirements for the third round.

In December 2017, Alashkert went into associations with Brazilian clubs Botafogo and Fluminense.[5][6]

On 21 September 2018, Varuzhan Sukiasyan was terminated as director with Owner Bagrat Navoyan, and Alashkert-2 administrator Sergey Erzrumyan taking impermanent charge.

About FC Lokomotiv Yerevan

Yerevan (UK:/ˌjɛrəˈvæn/YERR-ə-VAN, US:/ – ˈvɑːn/ – ⁠VAHN; Armenian: Երևան[a] [jɛɾɛˈvɑn] (About this soundlisten), once in a while spelled Erevan)[b] is the capital and biggest city of Armenia just as one of the world’s most seasoned ceaselessly occupied cities.[18] Situated along the Hrazdan River, Yerevan is the managerial, social, and modern focal point of the nation. It has been the capital since 1918, the fourteenth throughout the entire existence of Armenia and the seventh situated in or around the Ararat plain. The city likewise fills in as the seat of the Araratian Pontifical Diocese; the biggest see of the Armenian Apostolic Church and perhaps the most established see in the world.[19]

The historical backdrop of Yerevan goes back to the eighth century BC, with the establishing of the fortification of Erebuni in 782 BC by lord Argishti I at the western extraordinary of the Ararat plain.[20] Erebuni was “planned as an incredible authoritative and strict focus, a completely illustrious capital.”[21] By the late antiquated Armenian Kingdom, new capital urban areas were built up and Yerevan declined in significance. Under Iranian and Russian principle, it was the focal point of the Erivan Khanate from 1736 to 1828 and the Erivan Governorate from 1850 to 1917, individually. After World War I, Yerevan turned into the capital of the First Republic of Armenia as a large number of overcomers of the Armenian Genocide in the Ottoman Empire showed up in the area.[22] The city extended quickly during the twentieth century as Armenia turned out to be a piece of the Soviet Union. In a couple of decades, Yerevan was changed from a common town inside the Russian Empire to Armenia’s main social, imaginative, and mechanical focus, just as turning into the seat of national government.

With the development of the Armenian economy, Yerevan has experienced significant change. Much development has been done all through the city since the mid 2000s, and retail outlets, for example, eateries, shops, and road bistros, which were uncommon during Soviet occasions, have duplicated. Starting at 2011, the number of inhabitants in Yerevan was 1,060,138, simply over 35% of the Republic of Armenia’s complete populace. As indicated by the official gauge of 2016, the present populace of the city is 1,073,700.[23] Yerevan was named the 2012 World Book Capital by UNESCO.[24] Yerevan is a partner individual from Eurocities.[25]

Of the eminent tourist spots of Yerevan, Erebuni Fortress is viewed as the origination of the city, the Katoghike Tsiranavor church is the most established enduring church of Yerevan and Saint Gregory Cathedral is the biggest Armenian basilica on the planet, Tsitsernakaberd is the official commemoration to the survivors of the Armenian Genocide, and a few drama houses, theaters, historical centers, libraries, and other social foundations. Yerevan Opera Theater is the principle exhibition lobby of the Armenian capital, the National Gallery of Armenia is the biggest workmanship historical center in Armenia and offers a structure with the History Museum of Armenia, and the Matenadaran archive contains probably the biggest safe of old books and compositions on the planet.

One hypothesis in regards to the starting point of Yerevan’s name is the city was named after the Armenian lord, Yervand (Orontes) IV, the last head of the Orontid Dynasty, and organizer of the city of Yervandashat.[27] However, almost certainly, the city’s name is gotten from the Urartian military stronghold of Erebuni (Էրեբունի), which was established on the domain of cutting edge Yerevan in 782 BC by Argishti I.[27] As components of the Urartian language mixed with that of the Armenian one, the name inevitably developed into Yerevan (Erebuni = Erevani = Erevan = Yerevan). Researcher Margarit Israelyan noticed these progressions when looking at engravings found on two cuneiform tablets at Erebuni:

The translation of the second cuneiform bu [original emphasis] of the word was extremely fundamental in our understanding as it is the Urartaean b that has been moved to the Armenian v (b > v). The first composition of the engraving read «er-bu-ni»; thusly the unmistakable Armenianologist-orientalist Prof. G. A. Ghapantsian legitimately questioned, commenting that the Urartu b changed to v toward the start of the word (Biani > Van) or between two vowels (ebani > avan, Zabaha > Javakhk)….In different words b was set between two vowels. The genuine way to express the post city was obviously Erebuny.[