Der FC Dinamo Tiflis (georgisch დინამო თბილისი/Dinamo Tbilisi; russisch ФК Динамо Тбилиси) ist ein Fußballverein aus Tiflis, der Hauptstadt. Dinamo Tbilisi vorheriges Spiel war gegen FC Samtredia in Erovnuli Liga, Endstand 1 - (Dinamo Tbilisi hat gewonnen). Dinamo Tbilisi Spielplan zeigt die letzten. Der FC Dinamo Tiflis ist ein Fußballverein aus Tiflis, der Hauptstadt Georgiens. Er wurde im Jahr offiziell gegründet und war mit zwei Meistertiteln einer der erfolgreichsten Klubs der Sowjetunion.
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Dinamo Tbilisi История, статистика, факты Videoჩისკო მუნიოსი 💪 Superleague: Dinamo Tbilisi - Titebi. Find the Dinamo Tbilisi v Titebi head-to-head record, latest results, odds comparison and Superleague standings. Dinamo Tbilisi - Titebi, - H2H stats, results, odds. Dinamo Tbilisi last 12 games. Chikhura: 2 - 0: Dinamo Tbilisi: Dinamo Tbilisi: 2 - 1: Torpedo Kutaisi. FC Dinamo Tbilisi (Georgian: დინამო თბილისი, pronounced [dinɑmɔ tʰbilisi]) is a professional football club based in Tbilisi, Georgia, that competes in the Erovnuli Liga, the top flight of Georgian football. This is the match sheet of the Crystalbet Erovnuli Liga game between Dinamo Tbilisi and FC Samtredia on Dec 5, Founded Address Dighmis Masivi, III Kvartali Tbilisi Country Georgia Phone + () Fax + () E-mail [email protected]
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Paichadze, M. Aslamazov and N. Dinamo finished the season in 3rd place. They challenged for the title, but this faded after the 2—3 loss against Krasnaia Zaria Leningrad.
Dinamo also played an unforgettable match in Moscow against Spartak Moscow in the Soviet Cup quarter-final, when Dinamo beat them 6—3.
They reached the first edition of Soviet Cup final , but lost 0—2 to Lokomotiv Moscow. Their first international match was against the Spanish team Baskonia in , which Dinamo lost 0—2.
In the s and s, Dinamo was one of the top Soviet football teams, even though they did not win a title. They were often referred to as the "crownless champions" with the team including: S.
Shavgulidze, A. Shudra, B. Frolov, M. Berdzenishvili, A. Kiknadze , V. Panjukov, V. Berezhnoi, G. Gagua, V. Jorbenadze, and G. In the s, the team was led by Avtandil Gogoberidze who spent 14 years with Dinamo.
He still holds the record for games played and goals scored for Dinamo, with matches and goals. In the same period, the following players starred for Dinamo: G.
Antadze, Vladimer Marghania, N. Dziapshipa, M. Minaev, A. Zazroev, V. Eloshvili, and Avtandil Chkuaseli. A prominent place in Dinamo history belongs to Andro Jordania, a coach who is considered as one most important figures in the club's history.
His period in charge was seen as "the Renaissance" of Dinamo's traditions, which laid the ground for the major successes connected with his name.
The club's Digomi practice ground is named after him. The first major success came in the Soviet Top League when Dinamo won the Soviet Top League , with the team unbeaten in the last 15 matches.
At the end, Dinamo was tied with Torpedo Moscow so the teams played an additional match in Tashkent , Uzbekistan , which Dinamo won 4—1.
Georgian supporters celebrated the victory by naming their team "Golden Guys". A popular French magazine, France Football , wrote: "Dinamo has great players.
Their technique, skills and playing intellect enables us to name them the best Eastern representatives of 'South American Football Traditions', if Dinamo were able to participate in the UEFA European Cup , we are certain, they would bring the hegemony of Spanish-Italian teams to an end.
Coach: Gavriil Kachalin. Dinamo won the game 3—2,  with two goals scored by Givi Nodia and one by David Kipiani. In the second match Twente won the game 2—0 and progressed to the next round.
In Dinamo won their first International tournament. In Nodar Akhalkatsi was appointed as Dinamo's head coach.
It was under his leadership that Dinamo achieved greatest success. The club was referred to as the "Great Team" between and , characterised by a mobile, fast and technical style of play.
In this period Dinamo won the Soviet Cup for the first time in their history, convincingly defeating Armenian side Ararat Yerevan 3—0 in the final , with goals scored by David Kipiani , Piruz Kanteladze and Revaz Chelebadze.
In the club won the Soviet Top League for a second time. In the first round Dinamo knocked out English side Liverpool , at the time one of the strongest teams in European football.
After losing the first match at Anfield 1—2,  Dinamo comfortably beat the opponent 3—0  in Tbilisi and advanced to the next round, where they were eliminated by German champions Hamburg.
Vitaly Daraselia and Vladimir Gutsaev scored goals in the final. This team has top quality performers. In the s numerous skillful players appeared on the team, but for various reasons they were not able to do their best: Grigol Tsaava , Mikheil Meskhi Junior , Otar Korghalidze , Gia Guruli , Mamuka Pantsulaia , Merab Jordania , Levan Baratashvili and many other talented players.
From a crisis began. It was hard for the club to qualify from the first rounds of the Soviet Cup. They also performed poorly in the championship. From to the team appeared only once in the UEFA tournaments.
Dinamo played its first and last official matches in the Soviet championship with Dynamo Kyiv, with both matches ending 2—2.
That meant that no Georgian football clubs would appear in Soviet tournaments. From that moment the more recent history of FC Dinamo Tbilisi began.
During this time, as a means of distancing from the Soviet past, the club was renamed to Iberia Tbilisi. This move was largely opposed by the supporters and by the club returned to its initial name.
The club played its first match in the Georgian National championship against Kolkheti Poti on 30 March Dinamo lost the historic match, 0—1.
Ultimately the club recovered from this setback and won the first Georgian National championship. The club also won the next 9 championships.
In came Dinamo's first double: the team won the league and the Georgian Cup , beating Tskhumi Sokhumi in the final. In Dinamo played its first international official match representing independent Georgia.
Dinamo won the home match against Linfield 2—1, with goals from Shota Arveladze and Gela Inalishvili. The second leg in Belfast ended 1—1.
However the club was disqualified for attempting to bribe the referee in the first leg. Despite continued success in national cups and championships, the club had no success in European club tournaments.
In the next round the club was unable to overcome Portuguese side Boavista and left the tournament. Dinamo came very close to advancing in the —99 UEFA Champions League group stages, but were eliminated by Athletic Bilbao on the away goals rule, 2—1, 0—1.
The migration of key players to European clubs caused negative results. It became harder and harder for the club to win the Georgian Championship or Georgian Cup.
In the club won the Georgian Championship and Georgian Cup. Irakli Azarovi I. Giorgi Zaria G. Giorgi Kukhianidze G.
Pernambuco Pernambuco. Giorgi Abuashvili G. Irakli Bugridze I. Filip Orsula F. Tornike Kapanadze T.
Carlos Castro C. Davit Skhirtladze D. Giorgi Gabedava G. Tornike Akhvlediani T. Pernambuco Left Winger. Levan Mchedlidze Centre-Forward. Free transfer.
Kwame Karikari Centre-Forward. Giorgi Kimadze Left-Back. Roin Kvaskhvadze Goalkeeper. All arrivals. Levan Shengelia Right Winger.
Levan Kutalia Second Striker. Sergiy Litovchenko Goalkeeper. All departures. Nodar Kavtaradze Right Midfield. Tornike Kapanadze Second Striker.
Davit Skhirtladze Centre-Forward. Giorgi Kutsia Defensive Midfield. All goalscorers. Klooster 24 years old 3 0. Kobouri 22 years old 17 2.
Kimadze 28 years old 11 0. Gbegnon 28 years old 13 1. Azarovi 18 years old 5 0. Iashvili 27 years old 14 1. Trubochkin 27 years old 5 0. Khvadagiani 17 years old 0 0.
Eradze 18 years old 0 0. Kharabadze 20 years old 0 0. Maisuradze 18 years old 0 0. Salukvadze 17 years old 0 0. Kardava 26 years old 9 1.
Zaria 23 years old 6 1. In the Soviet Union, the stadium had the record for the highest average attendance around 65, per game.
In , the stadium was renamed to Boris Paichadze National Stadium, after the former Georgian football player. Georgia achieved memorable wins against Wales , and Poland The stadium was refurbished in and became an all-seater stadium.
This reduced the capacity to 54, The newly built "Dinamo" stadium , housing 23, spectators, was inaugurated in Tbilisi in The author of the project design was architect Archil Kurdiani the elder.
It was under his leadership that in the stadium has been subject to reconstruction with the edition of steel structures, which has made it possible to increase its occupancy up to The reconstructed Dinamo Arena stadium was inaugurated on 26 September Architects Archil Kurdiani the elder and Gia Kurdiani, along with the construction designer Shalva Gazashvili extended the capacity of the stadium to 74, Fragments of the Stadium were partly maintained, and yet quite complex architectural-designing construction elements were realized.
The facility represented a console system supported by 58 pylons. Each of these pylons been supported by 24 poles, where the depth of each ranged from 8 to 12 meters.
The console system comprised several elements. The evacuation terrace was arranging spectators ascending by 23 stairs between the II and I tiers.
The II tier, like the evacuation terrace, represented an element of indivisible console system.