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Torpedo Zhodino statistics

Torpedo Zhodino is currently on the 11 place in the Premier Division table. Last game played with Shakhtyor Soligorsk, which ended with result: Win Shakhtyor Soligorsk 3:1.The best players Torpedo Zhodino in all leagues, who scored the most goals for the club: Yuriy Gabovda 5 goals, Dmitri Antilevski 5 goals, Shahrom Samiev 3 goals, Pavel Klenje 3 goals, Nikita Nikolaevich 2 goals, Fabricio Oya 2 goals, Denis Gruzhevskiy 2 goals, Alan Aussi 2 goals, Andrey Khachaturyan 1 goals, Kiryl Kirylenka 1 goals.

Played 28 matches this season. Won 9 matches 5 ended in a draw. 14 were defeated. In 46.43% matches the total goals in the match was over 2.5 goals (Over 2.5). In 71.43% matches the sum of the goals was greater than 1.5 Goals (Over 1.5). In 7 matches Torpedo Zhodino has not lost the goal. In 11 games, each team scored a goal in the match (both teams to score). Average goals: 1.18 per match

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FC Torpedo Kutaisi

Football club

FC Torpedo Kutaisi is a Georgian professional football club based in Kutaisi, Georgia's third largest city. 'Torpedo Kutaisi' was founded in 1946 and in just three years the club became the winner of the Football Championship of that time. Torpedo's home ground is Ramaz Shengelia Stadium.


The Soviet period[edit]

FC Torpedo Kutaisi was founded in 1946 on the base of Kutaisi Automotive Plant.[clarification needed] In 1949 the club became the winner of the Georgian SSR Championship. In 1959 two football clubs "FC Torpedo Kutaisi" and "FC Locomotive Kutaisi" were united and the name remained "FC Torpedo Kutaisi". In 1962 "FC Torpedo Kutaisi" became a first participant in the Soviet Top League.[1] Many famous Georgian football players began their career in this club, among them Revaz Dzodzuashvili, Anzor Kavazashvili, Sergo Kutivadze, Givi Nodia, Manuchar Machaidze, Murtaz Khurtsilava. In addition, when Dinamo Tbilisi won UEFA Cup Winners' Cup in 1980–81, five footballers were the ex-players of FC Torpedo Kutaisi - Tamaz Kostava, Otar Gabelia, Nodar Khizanishvili, Tengiz Sulakvelidze and Ramaz Shengelia.

Torpedo spent one season in the Soviet Second league in 1988. The club also was represented for twenty years in the First league and for 14 more seasons between 1971 and 1990 in the top league, the first tier of the Soviet football.

2nd league34257276-24
1st league7463381692391037-818
Top league443107129207402-659

Ups and downs in 1990s and 2000s[edit]

When the Georgian National Championships started in 1990, the club changed its name into "FC Kutaisi". But after three years the club restored the old name. The last years of the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st were the most successful years in the club's history. During 1999–02 the club won five domestic titles. Many players from "FC Torpedo Kutaisi" were represented in the Georgia national football team, including Valeri Abramidze, Sevasti Todua, Malkhaz Asatiani, Levan Silagadze, Revaz Kemoklidze.[2] Besides, Georgian managers (Jemal Kherkhadze, David Kipiani, Revaz Dzodzuashvili, Otar Gabelia, Vladimir Gutsaev and others) worked in the club as a head coach and in the staff too.

After the season 2004–05, three times Georgian Premier League Champion and two times Georgian National Cup Winner FC Torpedo Kutaisi was dissolved. Its last game was in Borisov, Belarus against BATE Borisov (First Qualifying Round of UEFA Cup 2005–06) in which FC Torpedo Kutaisi lost 5–0. After this, a new football club "FC Kutaisi Torpedo" was founded, but it was not the successor of FC Torpedo Kutaisi and had no titles.[citation needed] "FC Kutaisi Torpedo" was participating in the Georgian Premier League during two seasons (2005–06 and 2006–07), but due to financial reasons it was removed from the top league and began playing in the Pirveli Liga.

2010-2016 Road back to the success[edit]

Torpedo returned to Umaglesi Liga three years later, after winning the second division in 2009/10.

In June 2010 the newly promoted club signed a sponsorship deal with Wissol Petroleum, which was later renewed. The business relations between the sides lasted until December 2013.[3]

In the first season Torpedo reached the final of David Kipiani Cup where the winner was decided in penalty shoot-out. Gagra better converted from the spot and won the title for the first time in their history.[4]

In the next two seasons Torpedo added two bronze medals to their tally, but a big moment came in 2016 when they won a first Cup title in 15 years. The team eliminated four rivals, including Dinamo Tbilisi in the semifinal, and prevailed over Merani Martvili in the final stage.[5]

In 2016 FC Torpedo was sold by the local municipality at auction, won by businessman Zaal Chachava, who was declared president of the club.[6]

Two months before the Cup victory Kakha Chkhetiani, the ex-Torpedo player for six seasons and later assistant manager for three years, had taken charge of the club. Taking into account plans for new investments, he pledged to carry on with successful run and make a championship challenge next year.

2017-18 More titles[edit]

Torpedo won the league for the first time in 15 years in the most dramatic circumstances. A title battle continued until the dying seconds of the final game in late November. With two matches to go, Dinamo seemed comfortably sitting on the top, four points clear of second-placed Torpedo. While the former were held to a goalless draw at Saburtalo, Kutaisi won their game, and the rivals had their last fixture in Tbilisi with the gap reduced now to two points. Torpedo needed to win in order to capture the title, while their opponents needed just a draw. The team had a 1–0 advantage when they conceded a penalty in the last minute of the game. However, the penalty was saved by the goalkeeper and a dramatic win saw Torpedo crowned champions of Georgia.[7]

Six days later Torpedo had a chance to achieve the double by winning the Cup for the second time in a row, although they lost on penalties to Chikhura.

The Super Cup was another title claimed by Torpedo in an opening match of the new 2018 season in February. Chikhura Sachkhere took the lead in 76th min, but Kutaisi equalized ten minutes later with Levan Kutalia scoring in the stoppage time.[8] This was their first Super Cup victory in history.

Torpedo retained 18 players from the champion's squad for the 2018 season. While the club finished 3rd in the league, they once again encountered Liga 2 side Gagra in the Cup final held in Batumi. Torpedo were behind by two goals, but Milos Lacny scored twice and eventually the team won on penalties.[9]

As champions, Torpedo played eight games in UEFA competitions this season. They knocked out two opponents and advanced to Europa League play-off, where Ludogorets Razgrad claimed the victory.

Summing up the season in December, Georgian Football Federation named Roin Kvaskhvadze the best goalkeeper, whilst Mamuka Kobakhidze and Mate Tsintsadze won nominations respectively as best defender and midfielder. In addition to them, Oleksandr Azatskyi, another central defender, was included in Erovnuli Liga team of the season.[10]

2019-20 Decline[edit]

2019 began with yet another success. In the Super Cup Torpedo defeated Saburtalo and won the fifth title within 26 months.[11]

In March Torpedo's unbeaten run consisting of 27 games came to an end.[12] Much worse was to come, though. Financial difficulties hit hard the club again, which led to the exit of twelve players by July. The fans held several rallies, demanding the resignation of Zaal Chachava. In an interview captain Roin Kvaskhvadze described the general situation around the team as unbearable and appealed for help. No wonder a fixture on UEFA Europe league turned out unsuccessful.[13]

In the league one win in 15 matches brought Torpedo close to the drop-zone. Unless the problem was solved, the relegation seemed one possibility with dissolution or expulsion to a lower league being other ones. In late August Zaal Chachava announced his departure from Torpedo, [14] although an overall condition was so complicated that in October the club played against Saburtalo with eleven U18 players, including 13-year-old goalkeeper Soso Kopaliani.[15]

Largely at the expense of points picked up earlier this season, Torpedo stayed in the league, but Kakha Chkhetiani, who spent 39 months at the helm, bade farewell to the club in December.[16]

After a series of negotiations with investors interested in buying the club an agreement was reached in late February 2020. New owner Fabrizio Mannini announced that a new era was about to begin in Torpedo's history.[17]

In October Giorgi Shengelia, son of legendary Ramaz Shengelia, was appointed as Sporting director. In another twist of events, Mannini quit the club in December.[18]

Torpedo finished in the bottom half of the table and at a decisive point gained the upper hand in a two-legged relegation tie against Gagra.[19]

Kakha Chkhetiani was appointed as team's manager for the second time in June 2021.[20]


Current squad[edit]

As of 15 October 2021[21][22]

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

European history[edit]

Overall record[edit]

Accurate as of 18 July 2019

Legend: GF = Goals For. GA = Goals Against. GD = Goal Difference.


UEFA coefficient[edit]

Rank Country Team Points
275Georgia (country)Torpedo Kutaisi3.750

As of 8 August 2019. [1]



Season Division P W D L F A Pts Pos Domestic Cup Federation Cup GSSR Cup Super Cup UEFA
Name Goals
League Top goalscorer
1946 STL12228122064thn/a??
1948 DSSC10011301⁄2n/a??
1949 SFL/UR2616825825402nd1/32 n/aRunners-up ??
1953 1/64 n/a??
1955 Z4,1/128 n/a??
1957 SFL/Z33016685428386thZ3,1/2 n/aGuram Gomelauri, Omar Kakhiani10
1958 SFL/Z43017676635404thZ4,1/4 n/a??
1959 SFL/Z32611693634286thn/a n/aAmiran Zardania, Givi Lejava10
1960 SFL3021727021491stZ3,1/4 n/a??
1961 SFL3022264923461st1/32 n/aGivi Lejava15
1962 STL1875621161915th1/16 n/aValerian Chkhartishvili7
1963 STL386211122373312th1/16 n/aRoman Siradze5
1964 STL321071520372713th1/16 n/aValerian Chkhartishvili9
1965 STL32832129691916th1/16 n/aJumber Khajalia10
1966 STL369101744592815th1/16 n/aJumber Khajalia11
1967 STL368151337503113th1/16 n/aDemuri Vekua10
1968 STL389101927482819th1/16 n/aDemuri Vekua11
1969 STL26461620501414th1/16 n/aJemal Kherkhadze16
1970 STL326111524422316th1/8 n/aJemal Kherkhadze9
1971 SFL4212151547533911th1/16 n/aDemuri Vekua10
1972 SFL38196134932445th1/16 n/aJemal Kherkhadze12
1973 SFL38164184046349th1/16 n/aJemal Kherkhadze8
1974 SFL381410143742388th1/32 n/aJemal Kherkhadze, Merab Chakhunashvili8
1975 SFL38181375531493rdPR n/aRamaz Shengelia15
1976 SFL381315104638417thR2 n/aRamaz Shengelia12
1977 SFL38158154548389thR1 n/aGiorgi Gabechvadze9
1978 SFL38149154441379thR1 n/aBadri Parulava, Aleksandre Kvernadze7
1979 SFL4617151444404611thGS n/aAleksandre Kvernadze9
1980 SFL461891962544513thGS n/aAleksandre Kvernadze9
1981 SFL46264165746562ndGS n/aDeviz Darjania19
1982 STL3410101439453013thGS n/aMerab Megreladze19
1983 STL3441218265818[23]16th1/4 n/aMerab Megreladze8
1984 SFL42239107655552nd1/16 n/aOtar Korghalidze24
1985 STL341191440513111th1/32 n/aMerab Megreladze8
1986 STL30571824601716th1/16 GS Otar Korgalidze8
1987 SFL4211121930513421st1/16 Yason Bzikadze, Melori Bigvava, Gocha Gogrichiani, Aleksandre Kvernadze, Giorgi Tkavadze, David Ugrelidze, Vasili Shengelia3
1988 SSL3024427021521st1/32 Merab Megreladze29
1989 SFL421851969734113th1/4 Merab Megreladze33
1990 UML[24]3420596233654th1/4[25]Teimuraz Paikidze10
1991 UML1911263430353rdn/a[26]Mamuka Khundadze10
1991–92 UML381541966604911th1/2 David Janashia17
1992–93 UML32164127054525th1/2 Mamuka Khundadze19
1993–94 UML32157105649523rd1/16 Mirza Maglakelidze13
1994–95 UML30142145847446th1/8 Mamuka Khundadze25
1995–96 UML3015786949527th1/4 Mikheil Ashvetia31
1996–97 UML30144127058465th1/8 Mikheil Ashvetia24
1997–98 UML3015965130544th1/8 Giorgi Megreladze17
1998–99 UML3021457327672ndWinners Runners-up Intertoto Cup – R2 Zurab Ionanidze16
1999–00 UML2819727016641stRunners-up n/aUEFA Cup – R1 Zurab Ionanidze27
2000–01 UML3220844915681stWinners n/aUEFA Champions League – 2Q Zurab Ionanidze11
2001–02 UML3223546418741stRunners-up n/aUEFA Champions League – 2Q Andriy Poroshin17
2002–03 UML3222646520722nd1/2 UEFA Champions League – 2Q Zurab Ionanidze28
2003–04 UML32156114638517thRunners-up UEFA Cup – QR Suliko Davitashvili20
2004–05 UML36201065631702nd1/4 Giorgi Megreladze23
2005–06 UML30861628423012th1/8 UEFA Cup – 1Q Mamuka Gongadze, Otar Kvernadze4
2006–07 UML2694132435317th[27]1/4 David Gamezardashvili4
2007–08 PIL271161038313911thGS ??
2008–09 PIL30143133222459th1/16 ??
2009–10 PIL2822427012701stR2 Revaz Kvernadze14
2010–11 UML36141393122554thRunners-up Giorgi Megreladze14
2011–12 UML3620795032673rd1/4 UEFA Europa League – 1Q Revaz Gotsiridze13
2012–13 UML3219765730643rd1/4 UEFA Europa League – 1Q Nika Sabanadze12
2013–14 UML32146124344487th1/4 UEFA Europa League – 1Q Nika Sabanadze13
2014–15 UML30101193933418th1/4 Otar Kvernadze10
2015–16 UML30146105042486th1/4 Tornike Kapanadze9
2016 UML/GW124351612156thWinners Oleg Mamasakhlisi5
2017 ERL3623765927761stRunners-up Runners-up UEFA Europa League – 1Q Tornike Kapanadze14
2018 ERL3620976625693rdWinners Winners UEFA Champions League – 1Q

UEFA Europa League – Play-off

Tornike Kapanadze21
2019 ERL36128165354446th1/2 Winners UEFA Europa League – 1Q Budu Zivzivadze13
2020 ERL205692031178th1/4 Giorgi Pantsulaia11
2021 ERL29511132436268th1/16 Fadi Zidan5


Top scorers[edit]


In the Soviet times Torpedo Kutaisi was the second strongest Georgian club with most talented players regularly taken away by Dinamo Tbilisi. After the independence Torpedo became the first to break the ten-year hegemony of Dinamo in Umaglesi Liga. For four successive years between 1999 and 2002 they won five titles in the league and on the Cup combined. By this period the relationship between the best clubs of Eastern and Western Georgia had become tense. Fierce rivalry on the pitch was aggravated on the stands where skirmishes were not unusual. They resumed after Torpedo's reemergence among the leaders following roughly a decade-long absence.

In 2014 the match in Kutaisi was abandoned as a result of clashes between the fans. Some property was also damaged and the police reported ten detentions.[28] The next year some disturbances erupted during the away game in Tbilisi.[29]

Fans angrily react in cases when a player leaves one club for the other. In 2018-2020 Levan Kutalia, Giorgi Kukhianidze, Roin Kvaskhvadze, Giorgi Kimadze, Tornike Kapanadze, Nodar Kavtaradze, Omar Migineishvili as well as managers Kakha Chkhetiani and Shalva Gongadze all moved to Dinamo.[30] So did Budu Zivzivadze some time earlier, although he made a way back afterwards.

At any rate, most of the fans realize that Dinamo and Torpedo desperately need each other as strong rivals and healthy competition between them would only contribute to a better quality of Erovnuli Liga.

Notes and references[edit]

External links[edit]


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ტორპედო - შერიფი 2:1 (10 Jul 2018) - Torpedo Kutaisi vs Sheriff Tiraspol 2:1 (Champions League)


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