FC Zhashtyk-Ak-Altyn Kara-Suu

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Zhashtyk-Ak-Altyn Kara-Suu
Full nameFC Zhashtyk-Ak-Altyn Kara-Suu
GroundTsentral'nyi Stadion
Kara-Suu, Kyrgyzstan
LeagueKyrgyzstan League

FC Zhashtyk-Ak-Altyn Kara-Suu is a Kyrgyz football club based in Kara-Suu, Kyrgyzstan. They are the only club in football history to appear in six straight cup finals and lose all of them. They are also one of two clubs in the world to lose all 7 national cup finals that they attended without winning a cup ever. Their name means white-gold youth of Kara-Suu, Kara-Suu meaning black water.


  • 1993: Founded as FC Aka-Atyn Kara-Suu.
  • 1994: Renamed FC Ak-Altyn Kara-Suu.
  • 1998: Renamed to FC Zhashtyk-Ak-Altyn Kara-Suu after merger with FC Zhashtyk Osh.

Current squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
DF Kyrgyzstan KGZ Ulugbek Riskulov
MF Kyrgyzstan KGZ Vitaly Timofeev
FW Kyrgyzstan KGZ Yevgeniy Boldygin


FC Zhastyk hold the world record for the most consecutive losing appearances in a national football cup final. The first five of these losses were all by 0–1 (the sixth by 0–4); the first three against SKA-PVO Bishkek and the last three against Dordoi-Dinamo Naryn. Prior to their 'feat', this record was shared by USM Alger, who appeared in five consecutive Algerian cup finals from 1969 to 1973 and lost all of them, and Al-Ramtha, who did the same in Jordan from 1993 to 1997.[1]

Performance in AFC competitions[edit]

2002–03: Qualifying West – 2nd Round


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