Spartak Bishkek

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Spartak Bishkek (710171)
Official logo for Spartak Bishkek
Last edit: 30.05.2022 by RUKENT
City Bishkek
Region Bishkek
Country  Kyrgyz Republic
Geografic area Asia, Africa and Oceania
Continent Asia
Founded 06.05.2013
Dissolved 05.01.2018
Stadium Spartak Bishkek Arena (64 080 seats)
Fan club 3 495 members
League Jogorku Liga
President Russia RUKENT


Prize shelf
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Team colours
Youth Team
Youth Team: Bishkek Rising Sun
Youth arena: Little Arena Bishkek

Spartak Bishkek was a Kyrgyzstani football club based in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.


  • 06.05.2013 Founded as Spartak Bishkek
  • 12.06.2016 Jogorku Liga debut (Home vs PLAN 5-2)
  • 29.04.2017 Jogorku Liga champion
  • 28.06.2017 Kyrgyzstan Sapphire Challenger Cup winner
  • 05.01.2018 Dissolved (new manager KG-Roman)

Official Logo 6.5.2013-5.2.2017
Official Logo 5.2.2017-5.1.2018


Spartak Bishkek Arena

Spartak Bishkek played their home games at Spartak Bishkek Arena. The arena has been extensively developed and redesigned over the years and has reached a total capacity of 64 080, having started with a capacity of just 12 000.

Spartak Bishkek's record attendance is 64 080.

  • Total capacity: 64 080
  • Terraces: 38 052
  • Basic seating: 15 243
  • Seats under roof: 9 290
  • Seats in VIP boxes: 1 495

Youth team games are played at Little Arena Bishkek.


All-Time Team

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Shaydullaev Kyrgyzstan Nophoto.png Onopko Russia Player322202889.png   Leite Angola Nophoto.png Melkin Kyrgyzstan Player395114994.png
Grygielski Poland Player282677007.png Scholl Germany Player323158097.png   Mamaev Kyrgyzstan Player379290789.png Pirès France Nophoto.png
Slibchuk Ukraine Nophoto.png   Beishenaliev Kyrgyzstan Player387371183.png

Team Photo

Spartak Bishkek. Jogorku Liga winners, season 41