Dynamo-Metar will face Dynamo-Kazan at home | Dynamo Chelyabinsk

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March 16, 2019 within the framework of the Championship of Russia – Preliminary stage – Superleague – 21st round. — the Dynamo-Metar team hosts one of the strongest teams in the Russian Super League — a team from the Republic of Tatarstan — Dynamo Kazan.
The game will take place:
🔵Chelyabinsk, st. Cherkasskaya d.1.
⏰Start: 15:00 (Moscow time) or 17:00 Ural time.
📺Game broadcast: http://tvstart.ru/
✏You can track your score here: http://bit.ly/2NViC2L

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In September 2002, the Kazanochka women's volleyball team (Kazan) was created. In their debut season, volleyball players from the capital of Tatarstan took 2nd place in the first league of the Russian championship, having won the right to a promotion. The captain and playing coach of the team was the 1990 world champion, multiple winner of the championships of the USSR and Russia, Yulia Khamitova (Bubnova). Honored Masters of Sports, Olympic champions Elena Baklanova (Volkova) and Marina Kumysh also played for Kazanochka in the 2002-2003 season.

The next season Kazanochka spends in the major league B, where it confidently takes the 1st place, having suffered only one defeat in 26 matches.

In 2004, the team came under the care of the Ministry of Transport and Roads of the Republic of Tatarstan, significantly strengthened the roster and, under the leadership of the new head coach Petr Khilko, became the winner of the Major League A tournament, thereby winning a ticket to the Super League. In 46 matches held, Kazan volleyball players won 43 victories.

In their first season (2005-2006) in the Super League of the Russian Championship, the debutants took the final 6th place. In the next championship, Kazanochka made it to the top four of the strongest teams in Russia.

In the off-season, the Kazan club was marked by the loudest acquisitions among all Super League clubs. The players of the Russian national team Ekaterina Gamova, Maria Borisenko, Tatyana Kosheleva and Ekaterina Kabeshova have replenished the team. All these volleyball players, as well as Vera Ulyakina, won gold medals at the World Championships held in Japan in November 2010. With such a selection of players, the Kazan team confidently won the Russian Cup first, and then excelled in the national championship, and in the playoffs they did not lose a single match to their opponents.

In the off-season, the team basically retained its championship backbone. Vera Ulyakina, Tatyana Kosheleva, Ksenia Peshkina and Tatyana Fuks, who ended her playing career, left the Kazan club. Of the major acquisitions, world champions Marina Babeshina and Lesya Makhno, as well as libero Elena Yezhova and Japanese volleyball player Megumi Kurihara, should be noted.

In the next Cup of Russia, Dynamo-Kazan lost in the final to their Moscow teammates 1:3. The same two teams met in the final series of the national championship, and here the volleyball players from the capital of Tatarstan were able to defend the title of the strongest team in Russia, beating Dynamo Moscow in three of the four matches that took place.

The champion team of the Kazan team: Ekaterina Gamova, Maria Borisenko, Marina Babeshina, Ekaterina Ulanova (Kabeshova), Regina Moroz, Lesya Makhno, Olga Khrzhanovskaya, Irina Kuznetsova (Stratanovich), Jordan Larson, Megumi Kurihara, Elena Yezhova, Maria Beloborodova, Elena Ponomareva, Irina Voronkova, Tatyana Schukina.

The main acquisitions of the Kazan team in the off-season were the volleyball players of the Russian national team Evgenia Startseva and Tatiana Kosheleva, who transferred from Dynamo Krasnodar, although the latter was injured during the championship and terminated the contract with Dynamo Kazan. Another strengthening was the transfer to the club from the capital of Tatarstan of the US national team player Heather Bone. Of the main players, only Marina Babeshina left the Kazan club.

For Dynamo Kazan in the championship were: Evgenia Startseva, Ekaterina Gamova, Ekaterina Ulanova, Jordan Larson, Lesya Evdokimova (Makhno), Maria Borodakova (Borisenko), Irina Voronkova, Regina Moroz, Heather Bone, Olga Khrzhanovskaya, Tatyana Kulikova, Alexandra Efremova, Tatiana Kosheleva, Elena Ponomareva, Ekaterina Lazareva, Olesya Nikolaeva, Varvara Lebedeva, Anastasia Grechanaya, Nailya Shaidullina, Tatiana Romanova, Elvira Sitdikova, Arina Eliseeva, Olga Biryukova, Anna Luneva. The head coach is Rishat Gilyazutdinov.

The main acquisition of the Kazan team was the striker of the Italian national team Antonella Del Core, who replaced Lesya Evdokimova, who ended her playing career. The rest of the composition of the Dynamo has not undergone major changes.

The season itself was triumphant for the Dynamo team. In March 2014 volleyball players from the capital
Tatarstan celebrated success in the Champions League, and in May they won the club world championship and became champions of Russia for the 4th time in a row, and all these victories were won by a clear advantage. At the same time, Ekaterina Gamova was invariably recognized as the best player in all three tournaments.

After the end of the 2013-2014 season, several volleyball players left the team, of which Jordan Larson, Regina Moroz and Ekaterina Ulanova should be noted first of all. Bulgarian striker Eva Yaneva, Russian national team player Victoria Chaplina from Uralochka, central blocker Elena Yuryeva from Omichka, as well as libero Elena Yezhova and Yulianna Abroskina were called to replace them. But to the regret of the coaching staff, a number of players did not fully justify the hopes placed on them. In particular, due to the difficult recovery from injuries, Victoria Chaplin could not adequately find her game, she had to part with Eva Yaneva, and Ulanova, who intended to miss the season, was hastily returned to the libero position. Of the newcomers, only Elena Yuryeva showed herself most clearly.Due to the difficulties that arose in the position of a kicker, coach Rishat Gilyazutdinov included 20-year-old Olesya Nikolaeva in the main team, and in the decisive matches of the championship, another young volleyball player, Olga Biryukova, who spent almost the entire season on loan, acted very confidently in attack and at the reception. in Voronezh. In the final, Kazan and Moscow Dynamo met for the 5th time in a row, and once again Kazan volleyball players beat the Muscovites, and ahead of schedule with a score of 3-0 in the series (3:0, 3:0, 3:2).

In the off-season, the team was strengthened by the Bulgarian third player E. Vasileva, the diagonal D. Isaeva, the libero V. Kuzyakina and the setter A. Matienko. Nevertheless, the Kazan volleyball players experienced serious game problems throughout the season, primarily associated with injuries to the leading players, primarily Ekaterina Gamova, Antonella Del Core and Maria Borodakova. And if at first Dynamo Kazan managed to stay on the second line of the standings in the championship, then by the end of the season the problems reached a critical stage. In the final four of the Champions League, the Kazan team was only 4th, and it ended up in the same place in the Russian championship.

The disappointing results of the season that ended led to a serious reconstruction of the roster, especially since three key team players announced the end of their playing career at once – Ekaterina Gamova, Maria Borodakova and Italian Antonella Del Core. In addition to them, A. Matienko, E. Gendel, I. Malkova, V. Kuzyakina, A. Melnikova and O. Nikolaeva left Kazan. Two former volleyball players of Krasnodar Dynamo, setter Irina Filishtinskaya and central Marina Maryukhnich, as well as Irina Zaryazhko from Uralochka-NTMK, who returned respectively from Zarechye-Odintsovo, Irina Voronkova and Kazakhstani Altai Olga Biryukova, who transferred from the Swiss Volero Julia Podskalnaya.

The 2016/2017 season showed that the renewed team has confidently returned to the very top of the Russian and European club hierarchy. In December 2016, Kazan volleyball players confidently won the Russian Cup, the final part of which was held in the capital of Tatarstan. In the final, with a score of 3: 1, the hosts of the field beat Dynamo Moscow. Then Dynamo-Kazan became the owner of the European Volleyball Confederation Cup, in the final on the sum of two matches being stronger than the Italian team Unet-Yamamai (Busto-Arsizio). The end of the season was the final series of the Russian Championship, in which the principal rivals in the internal Russian competitions of all recent years, teammates from Moscow and Kazan, met. Having beaten their rivals in the first match with a score of 3:0, later the Kazan team suffered three defeats in a row – 0:3, 2:3 and 1:3, and stopped on the silver step of the podium.

Season 2018-2019
They came: A. Bavykina (Proton), A. Pasynkova (after a career break), E. Novik (Sakhalin), S. Mikiskova (Suwon Hyundai Hillstate, South Korea).

N.Mammadova, I. Voronkova, I. Filishta, E. Vasilev, E.Ezhova.

Achievements of the team:
5-time champion of Russia
— 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015;
Two -time silver medalist of the championships of Russia – 2017, 2018.
4-time holder of the Cup of Russia-2010, 2012, 2016, 2017
3-time silver medalist of the Russian Cup-2011, 2013, 2015;
Bronze medalist of the Russian Cup 2018.
The winner of the EKV Champions League – 2014.
Bronze medalist of the Champions League EKV – 2012.
The winner of the EKV Cup 2017.
Winner of the club championship 2014.
Dynamo-Kazan home matches are held in the center of volleyball St. Petersburg (the capacity of the large hall-4600 spectators). It also serves as a home arena for the Zenit Kazan male volleyball team.

ADIMNISTRATION OF THE Dynamo-Kazan Volleyball Club:

– President – Leonid Anatolyevich Baryshev;
– Director – Sergey Nikolaevich Chernyshov;

The coaching staff of the Dynamo Kazan team:

The head coach is Rishat Gilyazutdinov.
The senior coach is Sergey Sikachev.
Coaches – Alexey Korolev, Vyacheslav Bullo.
The statistical coach is Mikhail Kuzuenin.
Coach-consultant-Eduard Semenov.
The head of the team is Andrey Lebedev.
The captain of the team is Evgenia Startsev.