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WVC Dynamo Kazan

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Chairman  Leonid Barychev
League  Women's Super League
Website  Club home page
Founded  2002
Manager  Rishat Gilyazutdinov
2015–16  4th
Ground  Kazan Volleyball Centre
WVC Dynamo Kazan wwwdinamokazancomdownloadslogodinamokazanjpg
Full name  Women's Volleyball Club Dinamo-Kazan
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Dinamo Kazan (Russian: Динамо-Казань) is a Russian women's volleyball club based in Kazan. The club was founded in 2002 and plays in the super league, the top Russian league.

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Previous names

  • Kazanochka (2002–2008)
  • Dinamo Kazan (2008–present)
  • History

    The club was founded in September 2002 as Kazanochka and made quick progress in the lower leagues, arriving at the Super league in the 2005–06 season. On its second season at the Super league, the club reached the top four and earned a spot at the 2007–08 CEV Women's Challenge Cup.

    The 2007–08 season was difficult for the club, who lost its main sponsor just before the start of the season. Faced with an uncertain future, the club just managed to fulfil its season competitions commitments with poor results, being relegated from the Super league and failing to qualify in the top 8 of the CEV Challenge Cup. With the club at the point of being dissolved, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Tatarstan directly intervened and took over the club. As a result the club's name was changed to Dinamo Kazan.

    Dinamo Kazan returned to the Super league in 2009–10 and signed players which improved the quality of the team, among them Jordan Larson, Ekaterina Gamova, Maria Borisenko, Tatiana Kosheleva, Ekaterina Kabeshova and Vera Ulyakina. These players (apart from Jordan Larson, who is American) formed the core of the Russian national team in 2010. Success and results came soon in the following seasons, the club won the 2010 Russian Cup, its first title, and would go on to win the Super league for five consecutive seasons (from 2010–11 until 2014–15). It won a second Russian Cup in 2012 and the 2013–14 CEV Champions League held in Baku, Azerbaijan, defeating the home team Rabita Baku in the semifinals by 3–0 and the Turkish side VakıfBank İstanbul also by 3–0 in the final. The title qualified the club for the 2014 FIVB Club World Championship played in Switzerland, where the club would beat Brazilian sides SESI-SP by 3–1 in the semifinals and Molico Osasco by 3–0 in the final to claim the title.

    In December 2016, the club won its third Russian Cup after beating Dinamo Moscow by 3–1 in the final.

    National competitions

  • Russian Super League: 5
  • 2010–11, 2011–12, 2012–13, 2013–14, 2014–15
  • Russian Cup: 3
  • 2010, 2012, 2016

    International competitions

  • CEV Champions League: 1
  • 2013–14
  • FIVB Volleyball Women's Club World Championship: 1
  • 2014

    Team Roster

    Season 2016–2017, as of October 2016.

    References

    WVC Dynamo Kazan Wikipedia


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