FC Atomic Bitola
|Full name:||Atomic Bitola Football Club|
|Founded:||"15 June 2009|
|Fan Club:||Daft Punks|
|Assistant Coach:||Tor Lundby|
|Youth Academy:||FC Atomic Bitola Yth|
|Atomic Stadion |
|Primary:||Red & Yellow|
|Secondary:||Blue & White|
FC Atomic Bitola (full name: Atomic Bitola Football Club) are a Macedonian professional football club based in Bitola. The team currently plays in league IV.16 of the Macedonian Competition. Also the team has a wonderful youth squad called FC Atomic Bitola Yth.
- 1 History
- 2 Stadium
- 3 Sponsors
- 4 Fan Support
- 5 Rivalry
- 6 Players
- 7 Hall of Fame
- 8 Personnal
- 9 Seasons
- 10 Honours
- 11 Statistics and Records
- 12 Achievements
- 13 Flag Collection
- 14 External Links
FC Atomic Bitola started in Hattrick on 06-05-2009. Before that it was a bot team and were placed very low in the league. Kirko-TfO is the manager and the owner of the team.
|Main article: FC Atomic Bitola/Season 17|
FC Atomic Bitola started in V.29 and they didn't played the first 3 games. But then they were unbeatable and won 11 games out of 11. They finished 2nd. Henri Gjoka was the league top scorer with 11 goals.
|Main article: FC Atomic Bitola/Season 18|
FC Atomic Bitola started their first full season on September 12th 2009 against Slavia Kavadarci. The result was 1-1. That was the only game that they didn't won. They finished 1st in the league and they promoted automatically in IV league. Henri Gjoka again was the top scorer with 19 goals.
|Main article: FC Atomic Bitola/Season 19|
FC Atomic Bitola promoted and are playing in division IV.16. Their first game was on 02-01-2010 against Juve Italy. They won 7-0. Finished 5th and they played a qualification match and stayed in the same league by winning that match.
The team name was given by the owner of the club. They were named after a DJ in Bitola, Macedonia called Atomic Kirko.
- Name - Highbury
- Region - Bitola, Macedonia
- Capacity - 43,095
- Other Facilities
- Atomic Arena (Youth Academy)
Atomic Bitola has two major sponsors, TfO Inc. and ENCOM. Their kit sponsor and supplier is Nike, and other minor sponsors include Sony VAIO, Pixar and O2. TfO Inc. is a company created by a group of guys in Bitola. Aleksandar Kirkovski is one of the founders of TfO Inc. which provides the club with sponsorship money, and having Aleksandar Kirkovski managing, owning and running the club. Atomic Bitola and TfO Inc. have a very tight, unbreakable relationship. This, therefore, means that the second major sponsor, ENCOM, gets the shirt sponsor rights.
|Period||Kit Supplier||Major Sponsor||Shirt Sponsor||Secondary Sponsor||Minor Sponsor||Minor Sponsor|
|2011-present||Nike||TfO Inc.||ENCOM||PIXAR||Sony VAIO||O2|
Coming from the city of Bitola, football capital of Macedonia, there is no doubting the passion and energy the fan club has. They call themselves "The Daft Punks". Now there are 2,146 "Daft Punks".
Perhaps the strongest rivalry Atomic Bitola have is that with cross-town rival F.C. Bitola Stars. The teams share a strong, yet special, rivalry because the clubs managers are best friends, but are very competitive when it comes to the crunch. Kremkovci and FK NAJDOBRI and Atomic Bitola also share a fierce rivalry for the same reason, but the stakes aren't as high when Atomic's face Bitola Stars.
Hall of Fame
No one is still in the hall of fame.
Manager - Aleksandar Kirkovski Severna Makedonija
Kirko-TfO played hattrick way back but due to some internet problems he quit. Kirko received his second team on the 107-06-2009, and named his team "FC Atomic Bitola". The youth squad waas named as Atomic Bitola YTH. He, along with his team of coaches and trainers, have devloped, bought, and played a wide variety of players from various countries, and training them into the players needed for the team's style of play. He's only trophy till now is the V League. He developed some great players.
|Season (Global)||Series||Standing||Wins||Draws||Losses||GF||GA||GD||Points||Cup (Eliminated By)|
|18 (36)||V.29||WINNER||11||1||0||96||7||+89||40||Round 3|
|19 (37)||IV.16||5th||/||/||/||53||26||27||25||Round 3|
|20 (38)||IV.16||5th||/||/||/||42||39||+3||18||Round 3|
|21 (39)||IV.16||5th||/||/||/||49||35||+14||23||Round 3|
|22 (40)||IV.16||5th||/||/||/||51||47||+4||21||Round 3|
|23 (41)||IV.16||TBA||/||/||/||/||/||/||/||Round 3|
- Winners: (1) V.829 (Season 18, 30)
- Runners-Up: (1) V.29 (Season 17, 29)
- Winners: Nil
- Runners-Up: Nil
- Winners: Nil
- Runners-Up: Nil
- Winners: Henri Gjoka(Season 17,18)
- Runners-Up: Nil
- Winners: Henri Gjoka (Season 17 with 11 goals and Season 18 with 19 goals)
- Runners-Up: Trajan Osmanovski (Season 17 with 8 and Season 18 with 12 goals)
- Note: The Golden Ball award goes by the highest number of stars. If there is a multiple number of players with the same amount of stars, then the winner is decided by the highest TSI. The winning player must've played a minimum of 5 matches, this does not count for runner-up.
Statistics and Records
For more details on this topic, see FC Atomic Bitola records.
holds the record for Atomics appearances, having played 147 first-team matches from 2008 onwards. His 150th cap will be a great occasion. comes second, having played 143 times. The record for a goalkeeper is held by Boris Arce, with 133 appearances.
is the club's top goalscorer with 50 goals in all competitions from 2008 and onwards. Fili Rutland's total of 43 comes in second, with Giannopoulos coming in 3rd with a total of 35. Sparta's record home attendance is 30,000 exactly, at the Souvlaki Stadium.
|14-01-2008||Pulled a youth player||10|
|14-01-2008||Team was ranked amongst the top 3000||25|
|29-02-2008||Player's skill increased||10|
|02-10-2008||Fan club size exceeded 1000 members||5|
|07-03-2009||Cash is king||15|
|05-05-2009||Sold a youth player||10|
|09-07-2009||Sold a rebought youth player.||10|
|09-02-2010||Promoted a player to Hall of Fame||15|
|23-01-2008||Team reached more than 20 stars in a match||5|
|13-02-2008||Played international friendly match||10|
|16-08-2009||Team reached an average match rating of weak.||5|
|06-06-2009||Wrote a forum post||10|
|10-06-2009||Wrote a press announcement||10|