2010 Russian Premier League
The Premjer league in 2010 was the ninth season of the Russian Premjer League. It began on March 14, 2010 and ended on 28 November 2010. Due to the Football World Cup 2010 championship between the 11th and 12th Round of 15 May had to be interrupted until July 8. Russian champion Zenit St. Petersburg
16 teams playing at 30 game days of the Russian football champions. Each team plays twice against every other team once in their own stadium and once at the stadium of the opponent. This gives a total of 240 games. For a win you will get three points with a tie, both teams get one point. Who in the course of the season the most points is accumulated Russian football champions.
Anzhi Makhachkala FK Sibir Novosibirsk and replace the two relegated FC Kuban Krasnodar FK Khimki and. As defending champion as last year Rubin Kazan in the season. The FK Moscow withdrew voluntarily from the Premjer League. As a substitute for the Third Moscow the first Football Division 2009 Alania Vladikavkaz was inducted into the Premjer League.
The cross table presents the results of all games this season represents the home team is listed in the left column, the visiting team on the top line.
- Ukraine Olexandr Aliyev ( Lokomotiv Moscow )
- Russia Alexander Kerschakow ( Zenit St Petersburg)
- Russia Vladimir Djadjun (Spartak Nalchik )
- Portugal Danny ( Zenit St Petersburg)
- Russia Artem Dsjuba (Tom Tomsk )
- Russia Shamil Assildarow ( Terek Grozny )
- Kevin Kuranyi Germany (Dynamo Moscow)
- Brazil Vagner Love ( CSKA Moscow )
The champion team of Zenit St Petersburg
( Players with at least five missions were considered, in parentheses, the matches and goals are specified)
- Goal: Vyacheslav Malafejew (21 / -), Yuri Schewnow (8 / -)
- Defenders: Bruno Alves (14 / - ), Alexander Anjukow (27 /1), Tomáš Hubočan (23 / -), Ivica Križanac ( 14/1), Nicolas Lombaerts (26/ 3), Aleksandar Luković (11 / -) Fernando Meira (11 / -)
- Midfielders: Vladimir Bystrov (25/ 6), Igor Denisov (24 / -), Victor Faisulin (14 /2), Szabolcs Huszti ( 13/1), Alexei Ionow (11 / -), Alessandro Rosina ( 15/2), Roman Shirokov (21/ 6), Sergei Semak ( 12/2), Konstantin Zyryanov (28 /2)
- Forwards: Alexander Bucharow (9/ 4), Danny (27/ 10), Maxim Kannunikow (12/1 ), Alexander Kerschakow (28 /13), Danko Lazović ( 20/5 )
- Coach: Luciano Spalletti