MOIK Baku

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MOIK Baku
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Full nameMerkezi Ordu Idman Klubu
Nickname(s)Troops
Founded1955; 59 years ago (1955)
GroundShafa Stadium (IV field), Baku, Azerbaijan
Ground Capacity8,152
ChairmanNatig Aliev
ManagerNamig Adilov
LeagueAzerbaijan First Division
2012-20135th
Home colours
Away colours
 
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MOIK Baku
logo
Full nameMerkezi Ordu Idman Klubu
Nickname(s)Troops
Founded1955; 59 years ago (1955)
GroundShafa Stadium (IV field), Baku, Azerbaijan
Ground Capacity8,152
ChairmanNatig Aliev
ManagerNamig Adilov
LeagueAzerbaijan First Division
2012-20135th
Home colours
Away colours

MOIK Baku is an Azerbaijani football club, based in Baku. MOIK was originally built around the same concept of military sports club as CSKA Moscow, CSKA Sofia.

History[edit]

The club was established under name OIK (Azerbaijani: Ordu İdman Klubu; English: Sports Club of Army) in 1955 as sport society of Azerbaijani Armed Forces and was funded by USSR Ministry of Defense until 1990 and Azerbaijan Ministry of Defense since 1993. It has never participated at any Soviet football league, just one time has entered Soviet Cup and has been eliminated in preliminary round, but five times has won Azerbaijan USSR League and eight times Azerbaijan USSR Cup. MOIK began to participate at Azerbaijan First Division in 1993, making its Azerbaijan Premier League debut in 1995. The club has won Azerbaijan First Division two times. Its best indicator at Azerbaijan Premier League is the 7th place (2001). To the beginning of 2003-04 season the club changed its name into MOIK (Azerbaijani: Mərkəzi Ordu İdman Klubu; English: Central Sports Club of Army).

Achievements[edit]

1960, 1962, 1968, 1970, 1979

1962, 1963, 1969, 1970, 1973, 1974, 1976, 1978

Winners (2): 2000–01, 2007–08
Runners-up (2): 1994–95, 2009–10

League and domestic cup history[edit]

SeasonDiv.Pos.Pl.WDLGSGAPDomestic Cup
1993–942nd41814223912301/16 Finals
1994–952nd22822246821461/16 Finals
1995–961st92051141643161/16 Finals
1996–971st113076172650271/16 Finals
1997–981st72612773929431/8 Finals
1998–991st932811132836351/8 Finals
1999-001st122233161141121/16 Finals
2000–012nd1-------1/4 Finals
2001–021st730124163043341/8 Finals
2003–041st82678112532291/4 Finals
2004–051st153479182434301/4 Finals
2005–061st13262321136791/16 Finals
2006–072nd91843112237151/16 Finals
2007–082nd12013523117441/16 Finals
2008–091st14261223126451/8 Finals
2009–102nd22215254825471/16 Finals
2010–111st123246221455181/16 Finals
2011–122nd13267415344425N/A
2012–132nd5241167392839N/A
2013–142nd12307815375629First round
2014–152nd

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