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Too Naryn

Ala-Too Naryn
Full name FC Ala-Too Naryn
Ground Naryn, Kyrgyzstan
League Kyrgyzstan League
1992 12th

FC Ala-Too Naryn is a Kyrgyzstani football club based in Naryn, Kyrgyzstan that played in the top division in Kyrgyzstan, the Kyrgyzstan League.


  • 19??: Founded as FC Ala-Too Naryn.


Kyrgyzstan League:

  • 12th place: 1992

Kyrgyzstan Cup:

Current squad

As of 13 May 2014[1]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
1 GK Radion Volkov
6 Ergeldi Kuldyshev
7 Alexander Bochkarev
8 Azim Azarov
9 Alexander Siomkin
10 Semetei Danyarov
11 Dastan Kylychbek
13 Abay Bokoleev
16 Maxim Zinchenko
17 Taalaibek Dinmuhamed
No. Position Player
18 Ismanov Bekzat
19 Kurmankulov Taalaibek
20 Idrisov Chyngyz
23 Andrew Dolzenko
27 Mustafa Yusupov
29 Arthur Il'yaev
30 Bogdan Kobzev
39 MF Kairat Kolbaev
88 Yegor Naydenov
93 Vladislav Badgers


  • [1] Ala-too squad

External links

  • Career stats by KLISF (only 1992)
  1. ^ "Ала-Тоо (Нарын)". FLK. Retrieved 13 May 2014. 
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