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|Full name||Şəmkir Futbol Klubu|
|Ground||Shamkir City Stadium
|League||Azerbaijan First Division|
FK Shamkir (Azerbaijani: Şəmkir Futbol Klubu), is an Azerbaijani football club based in Şəmkir, that currently plays in the Azerbaijan First Division. The club is one of the most oldest and most successful clubs in Azerbaijan's football history with three Azerbaijan Premier League titles.
The club was established in 1954, even though it never participated at any Soviet football league. It was re-established in 1993. The most successful years were end of 1990s and the begging of 2000s (decade) when FK Shamkir with Agaselim Mirjavadov consecutively won three Azerbaijan Premier League titles and three times was silver medalists of Azerbaijan Cup. In 2005, the club was briefly defunct due to sponsorship reasons but re-established once again in 2009 after finding sponsors.
Shamkir City Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Shamkir, Azerbaijan. It is used as a home ground of FK Shamkir since 1995. The stadium was reconstructed in 2002 and after reconstruction holds 11,500 spectators.
- Winners (1): 1994-95
League and domestic cup history
|2011–12||2nd||8||26||9||6||11||38||38||33||Did not enter|
UEFA club competition results
- Q = Qualifying
|1999/00||UEFA Cup||Q||Kryvbas Kryviy Rih||0-2||0-3||0-5|
|2000/01||UEFA Champions League||Q1||Skonto Riga||4-1||1-2||5-3|
|Q2||SK Slavia Prague||1-4||0-1||1-5|
|2001/02||UEFA Champions League||Q1||Barry Town||0-1||0-2||0-3|
|2004/05||UEFA Cup||Q1||FC Tbilisi||1-4||0-1||1-5|
Notable former players
Managers in modern history
- Afgan Talybov (1997–1998)
- Agaselim Mirjavadov (1998–2001)
- Gahraman Aliyev (2001–2005)
- Faig Jabbarov (2009–2010)
- Anar Kalantarov (2010 – present)
- ""Şəmkir" futbol klubu 4 illik fasilədən sonra fəaliyyətini bərpa etdi" (in Azerbaijani). Retrieved 19 August 2011.
- "ФК "Шамкир" возвращается в профессиональный футбол" (in Russian). Retrieved 19 August 2011.