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Russia Team EURO 2016 Squad

  • Country: Russia
  • Couch: Leonid Slutski
  • Full team’s name: Russia national football team
  • Nicknames: none
  • Association formed: 1912
  • Stadium: Various
  • Official webpage: http://www.rfs.ru/
  • Colours:  maroon and gold

Russia had quite a disastrous era when Fabio Capello was coach and perhaps the team can now look forward to a brighter future. Capello was never popular and he left his coach position three years ago. The thing is, Russia were stodgy for many years and have looked quite bright in the last couple of months under the successor Slutsky Leonid. Let’s see how this information can help with Russia Euro 2016 fixtures.

Squad
Player Position Height Weight Age
1
Igor Akinfeev
GOALKEEPER 186cm 82kg 30
2
Yuri Lodygin
GOALKEEPER 187cm 82kg 25
3
Artem Rebrov
GOALKEEPER 193cm 88kg 32
4
Sergei Ryzhikov
GOALKEEPER 192cm 92kg 35
5
Aleksei Berezutski
DEFENDER 190cm 87kg 33
6
Vasili Berezutski
DEFENDER 189cm 87kg 33
7
Nikita Chernov
DEFENDER 188cm 79kg 20
8
Vladimir Granat
DEFENDER 184cm 80kg 29
9
Sergei Ignashevich
DEFENDER 187cm 84kg 36
10
Aleksei Kozlov
DEFENDER 186cm 78kg 29
11
Oleg Kuzmin
DEFENDER 175cm 72kg 35
12
Evgeni Makeev
DEFENDER 181cm 73kg 26
13
Ivan Novoseltsev
DEFENDER 190cm 80kg 24
14
Sergei Parshivlyuk
DEFENDER 180cm 75kg 27
15
Georgi Schennikov
DEFENDER 180cm 75kg 25
16
Andrei Semenov
DEFENDER 190cm 86kg 27
17
Roman Shishkin
DEFENDER 176cm 73kg 29
18
Igor Smolnikov
DEFENDER 178cm 70kg 27
19
Denis Cheryshev
MIDFIELDER 179cm 74kg 25
20
Igor Denisov
MIDFIELDER 176cm 70kg 32
21
Alan Dzagoev
MIDFIELDER 179cm 75kg 25
22
Aleksandr Erokhin
MIDFIELDER 195cm 79kg 26
23
Viktor Fayzulin
MIDFIELDER 176cm 72kg 30
24
Yuri Gazinski
MIDFIELDER 184cm 75kg 26
25
Denis Glushakov
MIDFIELDER 182cm 80kg 29
26
Maksim Grigoryev
MIDFIELDER 187cm 80kg 25
27
Aleksei Ionov
MIDFIELDER 177cm 69kg 27
28
Oleg Ivanov
MIDFIELDER 192cm 87kg 29
29
Alan Kasaev
MIDFIELDER 174cm 76kg 30
30
Dmitri Kombarov
MIDFIELDER 181cm 72kg 29
31
Pavel Mamaev
MIDFIELDER 178cm 70kg 27
32
Aleksei Miranchuk
MIDFIELDER 182cm 74kg 20
33
Elmir Nabiullin
MIDFIELDER 174cm 70kg 21
34
Magomed Ozdoev
MIDFIELDER 181cm 77kg 23
35
Aleksandr Samedov
MIDFIELDER 177cm 75kg 31
36
Oleg Shatov
MIDFIELDER 173cm 73kg 25
37
Roman Shirokov
MIDFIELDER 183cm 80kg 34
38
Dmitri Tarasov
MIDFIELDER 192cm 84kg 29
39
Dmitri Torbinski
MIDFIELDER 172cm 60kg 32
40
Yuri Zhirkov
MIDFIELDER 180cm 75kg 32
41
Artem Dzyuba
FORWARD 196cm 91kg 27
42
Maksim Kanunnikov
FORWARD 183cm 76kg 24
43
Aleksandr Kerzhakov
FORWARD 176cm 76kg 33
44
Aleksandr Kokorin
FORWARD 181cm 74kg 25
45
Dmitri Poloz
FORWARD 183cm 73kg 24
46
Igor Portnyagin
FORWARD 191cm 74kg 27
47
Fedor Smolov
FORWARD 187cm 80kg 26
Group D
Teams P W D L G F Pts
1 England 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 Russia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 Slovakia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
4 Wales 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Russia Shape
All
L
W
L
W
W
Home
W
L
W
W
Away
L
60%
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Not many people believe Russia can actually have a long stay at Euro 2016, especially after Alan Dzagoev has been injured. However, Russia have improved much since their performance at the World Cup. One of the good news for them is the squad which comprises of domestic-based players who know each other very well.

Russia have been regular qualifiers for EURO since the collapse of the Soviet Union. They have been the inaugural winners of the famous UEFA European Championship in 1960, and lucky runners-up in 1972, 1988 and 1964. What else can help you assess the best Russia Euro 2016 betting odds?

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The Soviet Union disappeared in late 1980s and since then Russia have been regular qualifiers for the 4-yearly European gathering, yet only once have they passed through the group stage. Russia managed to do that in 2008, when Guus Hiddink's side reached the semi-finals.

After the Soviet Union collapse, Russia have qualified for three FIFA World Cups – in 1994, 2002 and 2014. The EURO 2016 qualification was possible after Russia were runners-up in Group G. Their new coach Slutski Leonid drastically changed the team after replacing Capello.

When it was part of the Soviet Union, Russia won the inaugural competition back in 1960. A team which contained FC Spartak Moskova's Igor Netto and FC Dinamo Moskova goalkeeper Yashin Lev won against Yugoslavia 2-1 in the final match. Russia were then runners-up in 1964 and lost an amazing final to Germany in 1972. Another great match was against Netherlands in 1988 when Russia played with many Ukrainian players and lost 2-0.

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Russia didn't repeat past glories since the disappearance of the Soviet Union, as they won one time in 9 finals games in 1996, 1992 and 2004. In 2012, Russia didn't make it through the group stage despite starting with a 4-1 defeat of the Czech Republic.

Memorable European Championship matches

21st June 2008: Netherlands vs Russia 1-3, UEFA Euro 2008 ¼ finals – Arshavin Andrey inspired the Russian team to a staggering victory over the fancied Holland.

25th June 1988: Soviet Union – Netherlands 0-2, 1988 UEFA European Championship final – Igor Belanov's failure was equally important and impressive.

10th June 1960: Soviet Union Yugoslavia 2-1, 1960 inaugural UEFA European Championship final – The goal marked by Ponedelnik in extra-time marked the sole EURO title of Russia.

The Question

Will Russia survive without Dzagoev? We're talking about a key midfielder who plays for CSKA Moscow and has a broken foot. There can be worse news for Russia right now, as this player is quite the heartbeat of the team and produces brilliant effects.

It will be hard for the coach to find a more creative footballer and Oleg Shatov and Aleksandr Kokorin are now expected to play perfectly. Dzagoev will probably be replaced by Denis Glushakov, but while he is very competent, he just can't replace the injured player.