FC Zhetysu

Schetissu Taldyqorghan ( Kazakh: Жетісу Талдықорған Футбол Клубы, English transcription: Zhetysu Taldykorgan ) is a Kazakh football club from the city Taldyqorghan.


Name development

The club was founded in 1981 as Schetissu Taldy - Kurgan. In 1993, the first renaming in FK Taldyqorghan. From 1994 to 1997 the club wore the Mamen Kainar Taldyqorghan. Since 1998, the team runs on under the original founding name Schetissu Taldyqorghan which is derived from the name of the Kazakh Central Asian landscape of Seven Rivers country.

Soviet Championship

In the Soviet Championship Club from 1981 to 1984 and from 1986 to 1991 played ten seasons in the third-highest league of the USSR.

Kazakh Cup

The club is a founding member of the post-independence Kazakhstan in 1992 newly created top division of the country. However, the team had to spend in the 2nd league due to the four-time descent five seasons. The hitherto best placement in the Premjer League was achieved in each case with the 5th place in the years 2007 and 2009. In the 2011 season for the first time was the runner-up will be celebrated.


Schetissu plays its home matches at the 5,550 -seat Schetissu Stadium, which was built in 1982.


  • Kazakh runner-up: 2011
  • Master of the second Kazakh League: 2006

Participations in UEFA competitions

International Schetissu first appeared with participation in the UEFA Intertoto Cup 2008 in appearance, but the team is already in the first round at Hungary's Budapest Honvéd failed with 3:6 (1:2 and 2:4 ).

Results of the home games are in bold.

Current squad for the 2014 season

Status: March 2014

Well-known former players


  • Kazakhstan Sergei Gridin (2009)
  • Kazakhstan Vladimir Loginowski (2010-2012)
  • Kazakhstan Azat Nurgaliyev (2012 )
  • Kazakhstan Sergei Ostapenko (2011)
  • Kazakhstan Maksim Samtschenko (2011)
  • Kazakhstan Nurbol Schumasqaliew (1999)
  • Kazakhstan Andrei Trawin (2009)


  • Turkmenistan Satubaldin Arslan (2007)
  • Uzbekistan Ulugbek Baqoyev (2011)


  • Bulgaria Georgi Daskalov (2009)
  • Croatia Josip Bonacin (2010)
  • Croatia Edin Junuzović (2012-2013)
  • Serbia Danilo Belić (2012 )
  • Serbia Ivan Cvetković (2010-2012)
  • Serbia Zoran Kostic (2012 )
  • Serbia Miloš Mikhailov (2011-2012)
  • Serbia Ivan Peric (2010, 2013)