History of VC “Lokomotiv”

A men’s volleyball team Sever was established in 1977 at the premises of “Sever” production association.

From 1981 to 1986 the club was playing in the First League of Soviet Championship.

Since 1986 Sever participates in Soviet Champion’s Premier League on a regular basis with the 6th place as the best result in 1990. In season 1996/1997 the team played under the name Slavyane-Sever.

By 2003 the club has been renamed Lokomotiv. The team acquired a confident victory in Premiere league B to win Premier league A a year later. This allowed the club advance to Russian Superleague.

In years 2010 and 2011 the team progressed to become Russian Cup holders and in 2013 produced the most outstanding result in its history – victory in CEV Champions league. The club won its first ever Russian Championship medals – silver - in 2014.

  • 1990 – semi-finalist of CEV Cup

  • 1997 – the team renamed Lokomotiv

  • 1999 – 1st place in International railway union Championship

  • 2000 – Siberia and Far Eastern Cup holders

  • 2003 - 3rd place in International railway union Championship

  • 2003 – winners of Russian Championship (Premier League B)

  • 2004 – winners of Russian Championship (Premier League A)

  • 2005 – 12th place in Russian Championship (Superleague)

  • 2006 – 2nd place in Russian Championship (Premier League A)

  • 2007 – 10th place in Russian Championship (Superleague)

  • 2008 – 4th place in Russian Championship (Superleague)

  • 2008 – Russian Cup finalists

  • 2009 – 6th place in Russian Championship (Superleague)

  • 2009 - Siberia and Far Eastern Cup holders

  • 2009 – silver medalist of Russian Cup Open

  • 2010 - 4th place in Russian Championship (Superleague)

  • 2010 - Siberia and Far Eastern Cup holders

  • 2010 – Russian Cup holders

  • 2011 – 6th place in Russian Championship (Superleague)

  • 2011 – Siberia and Far Eastern Cup holders

  • 2011 – Russian Cup holders

  • 2012 - 4th place in Russian Championship (Superleague)

  • 2012 - Siberia and Far Eastern Cup holders

  • 2013 – winners of CEV Champions league

  • 2013 – 5th place in Russian Championship (Superleague)

  • 2013 – silver medalists of FIVB Men’s Club World Championship in Betim, Brazil

  • 2013 - Siberia and Far Eastern Cup holders

  • 2014 – silver medalists of Russian Championship (Superleague)


Achievements:

Games

Standings

The Championship Of Russia
M KOMANDA IGRY OChKI SETY
1 Zenit-Kazan' 13 12(1) 1    35
37-8
Belogor'e 12 11(1) 1     32 33-8
3 Fakel 12 8(1)
4(2) 25 28-18
4
Zenit Sankt-Peterburg 13 8 5(1)
25
29-19
5
LOKOMOTIV 12 7(1) 5(2) 22
27-20
6
Dinamo Moskva
12 7(2) 
5(1) 20
25-21
7
Kuzbass
12 7(2)
5(1)
20
24-24
8
NOVA 12 7(4) 
5(1) 18
25-24
9
Ural
12 6(2)
6
16
21-25
10
Gazprom-Yugra 12
5(3)
7(2) 
14 23-29
11
Enisey 12 3(1)
9(1) 
9
17-29
12
Yaroslavich 12
2 10(2) 8 13-32
13
Dinamo-LO 12 1 11(5) 8 15-33
14
Yugra-Samotlor 12 1(1) 
11(1) 3 8-35
Champions League
 M KOMANDA  IGRY   OChKI  SETY
1 Dinamo Moskva 0 0 0-0
2 Lokomotiv 0 0 0-0
3 SKRA  0 0 0-0
4 Shomon 0 0 0-0
Cup of Russia
The Cup Of Russia. The final
 M KOMANDA  IGRY   OChKI  SETY
1 Lokomotiv 2 6 6-1
2 Fakel
2
3
3-4
3 Dinamo-LO 2 0
2-6

Youth League
The youth League. The preliminary round
m
komanda
igry v p ochki sety
1 Belogor'e-2 16
13(3) 3(2) 38 43-24
2 Dinamo-Olimp 14 11(2)
3(3)
34
39-17
3 NOVA-2 16 11(2) 5(2)
33
38-24
4 Universitet 16 11(6)
5(2) 29 39-27
5
Lokomotiv-CIVS 14 10(1)
4(1)
30
34-16
6
Kuzbass-2 14 8
6(2) 26 31-19
7
Fakel-2 14 8(2) 6(2) 24 29-23
8
Dinamo-2-LO 14 8(2)
6(1) 23
27-24
9
Enisey-2 14 7(2) 7(1) 20
25-26
10
Yaroslavskie medvedi 14 6     8(1) 19 20-27
11
Berkuty Urala 16 5(3) 11(3)
15 25-39
12
Zvezda Yugry 16 4
12(1)
13
20-38
13
Zenit-2 14 1(1)
13(2) 4 11-41
14
Zenit-UOR 16
15(1) 4
9-45

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