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Uralica
Motto:
Jumalassa Turvaamme
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Type National Team
Country Uralica
Nickname(s) Sinikotat (The Blue Eagles)
Founded 2008
Ground Syktyvkar Stadion
Syktyvkar, Uralica
Capacity: 27,000
Manager Raimond Kuik

Uralica has a men's national football team governed by the Uralikan Palloliitto. Its first match was a 4-2 win over a team from La Fleur and the following match was a 1-0 loss to the same. Since then it has played several unsanctioned friendlies against friendly nations from various alliances, but is best known for exceeding expectations in the FIFOB Alliance Cup in early 2009, making it to the semifinals before being eliminated in an epic 11-round penalty shootout by Transvaal.

Recently, the system has changed, allowing more than forty players to be in the pool for selection at any one time. Typically Bolakliiga and Ykkönen players make up this pool, although the odd Kakkonen player has been known to sneak in, and all Uralican leagues are eligible.

Current Main Team Player Pool Edit

Accurate as of 18 March 2010.

Goalkeepers Edit

Defenders Edit

Left Backs Edit

Right Backs Edit

Centre Backs Edit

Midfielders Edit

Centre/Defensive Mids Edit

Left Mids Edit

Right Mids Edit

Attacking Mids Edit

Forwards Edit

Other Callups Edit

(Note: this section will be used for those who are off the list as of the day of update, but were on the list at one point and have not yet retired.)

  • GK Ulrik Sandberg (Sever Murmansk, 25, Severomorsk)
  • RB Allan Wiebe (Mennonites FC, 26, Pazhga)
  • LB Mikhail Fedotov (Ural Yekaterinburg, 27, Chad)
  • CB Fedor Khrunov (Bumazhnik Solikamsk, 23, Solikamsk)
  • CB Gordie Rantamäki (Öskölömen Palloklubi, 22, Syktyvkar)
  • RM Pasi Viuhko (SiPS, 26, Syktyvkar)
  • LM Ándrás Lisztes (Fortuna Nizhny Tagil, 24, Surgut)
  • RM Länssi Salminen (Öskölömen Palloklubi, Öskölömi)
  • ST Kimmo Tukkonen (Öskölömen Palloklubi, Öskölömi)

Emeriti Edit

  • GK Sasja Rodionov (retired)
  • ST Pauli Vauhko (retired internationally)

Noteworthy Statistics Edit

  • Largest Margin Of Victory: 8-0 (home) vs. IGP Warriors, 24 June 2008
  • Largest Margin Of Defeat: 1-4 (away) vs. Blancreckt, 10 May 2008
  • Largest Margin Of Victory in FIFOB competition: 6-0 vs. Land of the Jdawg, 27 January 2009
  • Largest Margin Of Defeat in FIFOB competition: 0-2 vs. Original Name, 22 January 2009
  • Greatest Home Attendance: 27 000 (capacity) vs. Irlande, 26 May 2009
  • Most Goals: Khavkuk Shlomov (Dinamo Kirov) - 63 goals
  • Most Appearances: Jarkko Salomäki - 35 matches played

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