Minsk: With the gaze of a football-starved world increasingly turning towards Belarus, Uzbekistan youngster Jasurbek Yakhshiboev has become an instant star of one of the world’s only active leagues, but the 22-year-old has ambitions far beyond Minsk. The New York Times labelled it “an outlier in European soccer”, while former Manchester United star and current
Tashkent: It took a little over two years for Shota Arveladze to transform Pakhtakor from a stumbling giant seemingly in terminal decline into a resurgent powerhouse that swept all before them in Uzbekistan in 2019. Now, with a first-ever domestic treble under their belt, the former Ajax Amsterdam striker has his sights on doing much
It seems that every time Uzbekistan excel in Asia’s FIFA World Cup™ preliminaries, a new star emerges. Alexander Geynrikh was the player who dazzled in their Germany 2006 campaign, striking four times as his side stormed all the way through to Asian play-off – only to lose out, heartbreakingly, to Bahrain on away goals. Then
Uzbekistan Football Association has decided to suspend all football activities in Uzbekistan from Monday 16 March 2020 due to the precautionary procedures against the new Coronavirus known as “COVID-19”. The decision includes all competitions organized by the Uzbekistan FA, Uzbekistan Professional Football League, Activities of the National Teams, Women’s Football, Futsal, Private academies and others.
Uzbekistan national football team lost at the Al Hamriyah Stadium in Sharjah (UAE) 0:1 with Belarus in a friendly match. Friendly Match February 23 | “Al Hamriyah” stadium (Sharjah, UAE) UZBEKISTAN – BELARUS 0:1 Goal: Pavel Nekhaychik (26). Referee: Omar Mohamed Аlali Uzbekistan: Eldorbek Suyunov, Murod Kholmukhammedov, Umarbek Eshmurodov (Islomjon Kobilov, 46), Jasurbek Jaloliddinov