SKA-Neftyanik Khabarovsk
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SKA-Neftyanik Khabarovsk
SKA-Neftyanik
SKA-Neftyanik logo.gif
CityKhabarovsk, Russia
LeagueRussian Bandy Super League
Founded1947; 72 years ago (1947)
Home arenaArena Yerofey
SKA Khabarovsk in a home game against Yenisey in 1982

SKA-Neftyanik (Russian: -) is a professional bandy club from Khabarovsk, Russia, established in 1947. It plays in the Russian Bandy Super League, the top division of Russian bandy.[1] The club colours are yellow, red and black.[2]

History

The team was founded in 1947 and was known under the abbreviations ODO (Okruzhnoy Dom Ofitserov), SKVO (Sportivnyi Klub Voennogo Okruga) and eventually SKA (Sportivnyi Klub Armii).[3] In 1999, after Neftyanik had qualified for the highest division, the two clubs merged to become SKA-Neftyanik. SKA played in the elite division of Soviet bandy ever since 1954.

The name of the club SKA stands for "Sports Club of the Army", while Neftyanik means "oiler" as the team was sponsored by the Khabarovsk Oil Refinery.

Since the 2013-14 season the team plays at the brand new indoor arena, Arena Yerofey.[4]

In the 2016-17 season the club became Russian champion for the first time.[5]

The club colours are red, yellow and black.

Honours

Domestic

  • Russian Champions:
    • Winners (2): 2017, 2018
    • Runners-up (5): 1964, 1970, 1982, 1986, 1989

Cup

International

SKA-Neftyanik-2

SKA-Neftyanik's second team SKA-Neftyanik-2 plays in the Russian Bandy Supreme League, the second tier of Russian bandy.[7]

References

  1. ^ "«-» " (in Russian). rusbandy.ru. Retrieved 2015.
  2. ^ "-" (in Russian). SKA-Neftyanik. Retrieved 2015.
  3. ^ "Picture of SKA Khabarovsk in 1989, celebrating the silver medal of the". bandynet.ru.
  4. ^ "? - ? ? ? «» (SKA-Neftyanik Opens Season in the New Yerofey Arena)" (in Russian).
  5. ^ "Google Translate". translate.google.co.uk.
  6. ^ "? «-» ? ? - - ? ". rusbandy.ru.
  7. ^ "«--2» " (in Russian). rusbandy.ru. Retrieved 2015.

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