Gorbatov national football team

From Atlas
Gorbatov
Shirt badge/Association crest
Nickname(s)The Red Army
(Чырвоная Армія,
Čyrvonaja Armija)
AssociationProletarian Football Union
ConfederationCVFA (Vesperia)
Head coachOleg Litvinchuk
Captain???
Most capsOleg Litvinchuk (148)
Top scorerAleksandr Kovalchuk (68)
Home stadiumLeonid Rykov Stadium, Valozhyn
CodeGOR
International ranking3
Highest Int. ranking1 (1962-65, 1992-96, 2002-05)
Lowest Int. ranking14 (September 1973)
Elo ranking2
Highest Elo ranking1 (1962-65, 1992-96, 2002-05)
Lowest Elo ranking12 (August 1975)
First international
Gorbatov Gorbatov 2-1 Stasnov Stasnov
(Valozhyn, Gorbatov; 14 April, 1920)
Biggest win
Gorbatov Gorbatov 12-0 Dagelia Dagelia
(Valozhyn, Gorbatov; 20 May, 1965)
Biggest defeat
Lys Lys 9-0 Gorbatov Gorbatov
(Defense, Acronia; 5 May 1968)
World Cup
Appearances21 (First in 1930)
Best resultChampions (1962, 1994, 2002)
Vesperian Championship
Appearances15 (First in 1960)
Best resultChampions (1960, 1964, 1992, 2004)
Confederations Cup
Appearances2 (First in 1995)
Best resultChampions (1995, 2005)
First kit
Second kit

The Gorbatov national football team (Gorbatovic: Горбатов нацыянальная футбольная каманда, Horbatov nacyjanaĺnaja futboĺnaja kamanda) is the men's football team that has represented Gorbatov in international competition since 1918. It is governed by the Proletarian Football Union (Gorbatovic: Пралетарскі Футбольны Саюз, Pralietarski Futboĺny Sajuz), founded in 1919.

Gorbatov is one of the most successful national teams in international competitions in Atlas, having won three World Cups (1962, 1994, 2002), four Vesperian Championships (1960, 1964, 1992, 2004), and two Confederations Cups (1995, 2005). They have also been runners-up ??? times in the Vesperian Championships, five times in the World Cup, and a further two third-place finishes at World Cups.

Gorbatov's home ground is the Leonid Rykov Stadium in Valozhyn and their current head coach is Oleg Litvinchuk, the most capped player of the national team with 148 appearances.

Gorbatov has seen its fair share of rivalries due to its successes, with the most notable rivalry with Acronia (Lys), known as the Vesperia Derby, with notable matches such as the 1986 and 1998 World Cup Finals.