AKV Football Club

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AKV Football Club
AKV Football Club's logo.png
HT User: AlejandroFC
Full name AKV Football Club (623882)
Founded 10-02-2009
Location México Sonora, México
Arena AKV Stadium
Capacity 67,000
Fanclub Los SoccerFans
President México AlejandroFC
Coach Sverige Håkan Grundskog
League México III.10 (696)
Federations FIFA.com Club Federation
Federación Trickers
Homepage Link


AKV Football Club (əˈkeɪ ˈviː ˈfʊtˌbɔl ˈkləb) is a mexican hattrick football club founded on February 10th, 2009 by AlejandroFC which is based in Sonora, México and plays in III.10 series of it's country.

They're the most successful team of their federation, having won two FIFA.com Club Federation Cups (VIII, IX) and being runner-up in one (VII). They have also won three league titles (VI.595, V.181, IV.7), one Copa Pro-Trickers and one Coquimbo Cup. They have never been relegated from any of the leagues they have played and their most successful season came in Season 48, where they won three titles in the same season.

History[edit]

Everything starts after Mihai (A Romanian user who has had 5 teams in the past) and Jorge Luis (manager of Bayern George) invited Alejandro (AlejandroFC), now manager of the club, to play Hattrick, and as Alejandro accepted, the club exists. The club started to play in Week 3 of Global Season 38.

The club was founded on February 10th, 2009 by AKV-SoccerFan (Later renamed AlejandroFC). Their first match was against Athletico Guerrero at AKV Stadium, with a victory for AKV Football Club, 5-1.

The first scorer of the club was Gabriel Grünberg in the 1st minute of the match, in the first minute of life of the club. Also in the first match in history. The goal came with a magistral free kick shot by him.

In their first season, the club had regular results, finishing 4th in the season. On their second season, the club played their first Mexican Cup, with a tough debut after a strong defeat 0-7 in the AKV Stadium, being eliminated on the first round of the Cup. The club finally got promotion to V division on that season, having won all 14 league matches of the season with a goal difference of +69 (71 goals in favour, 2 goals against), winning their first title ever. At the end of the season, they played their first challenge, a battle between Costa Rica, Panamá and México, where México won 34 - 37 to the combined team of Costa Rica and Panamá, where our team was defeated in their match 2-1 to Doriath F.C.

The club was promoted to V.181 league, when in their debut, they defeated 7-1 to LAS CHIVITAS DE CHETUMAL (In that time, an also recently promoted team). The club finished 5th in that season, where in the promotion match to avoid relegation, they defeated 2-0 to necaxita.

In their fourth season, they finally won a Cup match when they defeated 0-9 to Real Colima, in that Mexican Cup season (our second participation), the club advanced to the third round, and were defeated 3-4 by El Monterrey. In that season (Season 40), we won our second title ever, when, we won the Coquimbo Cup III Edition, after defeat our most-hated rivals Universidad de Coquimbo from Chile 2-3, yes, their cup, actually, the club are the only team to win the cup if the winner is not Universidad de Coquimbo. That was our second cup in history, and the last at the moment. At the end of the season, talking about the League, the club finished 5th on the league and we won the promotion match to avoid relegation 2-0 to necaxita.

In Season 41, the club advanced to 4th round of the Mexican Cup, and our club finished 3th on the League.

After Season 43, our club was placed 5th and played a promotion match to avoid relegation again, this time facing piscila f.c. where the club won 4-2 at the AKV Stadium.

In Season 45, the club got promotion to IV Division, after winning their promotion match by a Walkover, the club was placed in IV.7 for Season 46.

The club is a member of the FIFA.com Club Federation since it's foundation (The club is one of it's Founders). The club has never won a Federation cup, the club's greatest participation came in the seventh edition of the FIFA.com Club Federation Cup, where they reach the final. The club has played all editions of the Cup.

Honours[edit]

Division VI.PNG Winner of the VI.595 League in Season 39
Division V.PNG Winner of the V.181 League in Season 45
Division IV.PNG Winner of the IV.7 League in Season 48
National Cup.PNG Winner of FIFA.com Club Federation Cup (VIII Edition)
National Cup.PNG Winner of FIFA.com Club Federation Cup (IX Edition)
Cup.gif Winner of Copa Pro-Trickers I
Cup.gif Winner of Coquimbo Cup III

Performance in FIFA.com Club Federation competitions[edit]

The AKV Football Club has participated in all FIFA.com Club Federation Cup editions that had took place since the first one played in Season 40. They have been champions two times (VIII, IX), runner-ups one time (VII) and they have reached the semi-finals two times (I, VI). They are the first and only team in the history of the Cup that has won two titles (and consecutively), and that has played three consecutive finals. It makes them the most successful team in the history of the Federation Cup ahead of Scurge and Partizan BL, teams that have won the Federation Cup one time and had been runner-ups one time.

FIFA.com Club Federation Cup Performance
Edition Result
1st Edition Semi-Finals
2nd Edition Quarter-Finals
3rd Edition Group stage
4th Edition Group stage
5th Edition Group stage
6th Edition Semi-Finals
7th Edition Runner-up
8th Edition Champion
9th Edition Champion
10th Edition
Best Performance Champion
FIFA.com Club Federation Cup Statistics
Edition Team MP W D L GF GA GD Pts
1st Edition México AKV Football Club 7 5 0 2 26 9 +17 15
2nd Edition México AKV Football Club 4 2 0 2 10 8 +2 6
3rd Edition México AKV Football Club 3 3 0 0 11 0 +11 9
4th Edition México AKV Football Club 6 0 3 3 2 11 -9 3
5th Edition México AKV Football Club 3 0 1 2 0 3 -3 1
6th Edition México AKV Football Club 9 6 1 2 16 2 +14 19
7th Edition México AKV Football Club 7 5 2 0 11 2 +9 17
8th Edition México AKV Football Club 10 8 2 0 33 5 +28 26
9th Edition México AKV Football Club 10 9 0 1 33 8 +25 27
10th Edition México AKV Football Club 0 0 0 0 0 0 +0 0
Total 59 38 9 12 142 48 +94 123

Colours[edit]

The club have always used the blue and maroon colour for their football kit. The manager had always in his mind the blue for their football club, and in honour of Qatari people, they wear the maroon which appears in the Qatari flag.

The home's kit is blue in it's shirt, and the shorts are maroon. The away's shirt is the contrary of the first kit, where the maroon colour appears in the shirt, while the blue appears in the shorts. Both uniforms use three lines in their shorts.

The socks have always been white. A purpose for a third uniform, wearing All Black, was canceled and only used for 2 matches (2 challenges of that season).

AKV Football Club does not have any sponsor appearing in their uniform. The kit is manufactured by México AKV Sports.


AKV Football Club's Home Kit AKV Football Club's Away Kit
AKV Football Club's Home Kit.png AKV Football Club's Away Kit.png
2010 onwards 2010 onwards

Current Squad[edit]

Squad for Season 49

No. Position Player
GK México Mauro Ozorio
DF USA Fredrick Hamm
DF Latvija Gvido Kadišs
DF México Joel Arredondo
DF Česká republika Vladimír Dupal
DF México Brad Hollingsworth
MF Deutschland Cai Stepen
MF Latvija Vilnis Kurvītis
MF Hellas Polinikis Galaktopoulos
MF Norge Christian Saugestad
WG Argentina Jonás Liendo
No. Position Player
WG Schweiz Lenz Lauterburg
WG México Paul Jiménez
WG Italia Luca Ribis
FW Iran Borna Kord
FW France Pascal Clarac
FW México Cristóbal Colmenero
FW Scotland Alex Ackland
FW Türkiye Emre Can Ayman
FW Chile Rosauro Pedregal
FW France Laurent Levert
CH Sverige Håkan Grundskog

Stadium[edit]

AKV Stadium
AKV Stadium.png
Full name AKV Stadium
Nickname El mítico
Broke ground 2009
Opened 10-02-2009
Location México Sonora, México
Owner AKV Football Club
Surface Grass
Architect Dawlat Qatar Hussein Al Saad
Palestine Mohammed Al Khalel
Al Yaman Mustafa Al Nono
Construction cost 16,000,000 MXN
Last renovation 17-06-2012
Capacity 67,000
Rec. attendance 56,000
Field dimensions 105 x 68 m
Tenants: AKV Football Club (2009 - )


AKV Stadium (əˈkeɪ ˈviː ˈsteɪdiːəm) is a multi-purpose stadium located in Sonora, México, it has a capacity for 67,000 spectators. It opened in 2009 and it serves as the home venue of AKV Football Club.

The stadium has hosted several magnum events, like two FIFA.com Club Federation Cup finals and one World Champions Cup final.

The stadium was designed by the Hussein Al Saad, Mohammed Al Khalel and Mustafa Al Nono of a little group of young architects.

It hosted the first match of the club, (which was also the first match that was held in the stadium), where "The SoccerFans" defeated Athletico Guerrero 5-1, with goals of Gabriel Grünberg (1'), Román Azcué (6', 31' and 50'), and Mauro Pablos (25').

The stadium was last renovated on June 17th, 2012. The new capacity for the stadium is 67,000. The stadium's biggest attendance is 56,000. It happened during a league match against agandalladores fc, on May 15th, 2012. Despite of the renovation, that is still the record attendance for the stadium.

The stadium is divided in 4 spaces:

  • Terraces:
    • 40,000 of capacity
  • Basic seating:
    • 18,000 of capacity
  • Seats under roof:
    • 7,000 of capacity
  • Seats in VIP boxes:
    • 2,000 of capacity


It also has a cutting pattern in form of a star. It's field dimensions are 105 x 68 meters, like mostly of football stadiums in the world, it also has a grass surface and the construction cost was $16,000,000.00 MXN ($1,600,000.00 USD).

Rugby union[edit]

In the near future, a new team called AKV Rugby Club will use this stadium to host their matches, when a rugby club gets created by the club as a part of AlejandroFC's program of getting more guys involved to sport in his region.

The team will get registered in Blackout Rugby, but there's no information about when the rugby union club is going to be created. Only 5,000 of the whole capacity will be used for the first matches of the rugby union club that is going to be formed by AlejandroFC.

What is confirmed is that they will join the New Zealand league system, but despite of that the stadium will be available to host matches.

Handball[edit]

In the near future, a new team called AKV Handball Club will use this stadium to host their matches, when a handball club gets created by the club as a part of AlejandroFC's program of getting more guys involved to sport in his region.

The team will get registered in Handball Mania, but there's no information about when the handball club is going to be created. Only 2,000 of the whole capacity will be used for the first matches of the handball club that is going to be formed by AlejandroFC.

AKV Sports[edit]

The club has their own television broadcaster, which aired for the first time in 2009. It broadcasts all AKV Football Club matches (League, Copa Mexicana, FIFA.com Club Federation Cup, Friendly matches and Friendly cups). They also broadcast some mexican Primera División, The Pacific Premier, French Championnat, German Bundesliga and Major League matches. They also weekly select some league matches of FIFA.com Club Federation members to broadcast them live.

It is also the only television broadcaster who has the rights to broadcast all FIFA.com Club Federation Cup matches.

The whole network owns seven channels (All in HD):

  • AKV Sports
  • AKV Sports 2
  • AKV Sports 3
  • AKV Sports 4
  • AKV Sports 5
  • AKV Sports 6
  • AKV Sports Stars Channel