|Full name||Anzor Amberkovich Kavazashvili|
|Date of birth||19 July 1940|
|Place of birth||Batumi, USSR|
|Height||1.76 m (5ft 10½in)|
|1957–1959||FC Dinamo Tbilisi||5||(0)|
|1960–1968||FC Torpedo Moscow||165||(0)|
|1969–1971||FC Spartak Moscow||74||(0)|
|1972||FC Torpedo Kutaisi||31||(0)|
|1973||FC Spartak Kostroma|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
He played for Soviet Union national team (29 matches), and was a participant at the 1966 FIFA World Cup and 1970 FIFA World Cup. After ending his playing career, he worked as a coach of several teams, including Spartak Kostroma and national teams of Chad and Guinea.
was a leap year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar, the 1940th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 940th year of the 2nd millennium, the 40th year of the 20th century, and the 1st year of the 1940s decade.1966 FIFA World Cup qualification (UEFA – Group 7)
The four teams in this group played against each other on a home-and-away basis. The winner Soviet Union qualified for the eighth FIFA World Cup held in England.1966 FIFA World Cup squads
Below are the squads for the 1966 FIFA World Cup final tournament in England. Spain (3), West Germany (3) and France (2) had players representing foreign clubs.1970 FIFA World Cup Group 1
Group 1 of the 1970 FIFA World Cup was contested in Mexico City's Estadio Azteca between 31 May and 11 June 1970. The Soviet Union and Mexico finished level on both points and goal difference, meaning a drawing of lots was required under the tournament rules to determine the placings of the teams. The Soviet Union was drawn out and therefore were ranked as group winner, with Mexico ranked in second place. Belgium and El Salvador both failed to advance.1970 FIFA World Cup knockout stage
The knockout stage of the 1970 FIFA World Cup was the second and final stage of the competition, following the group stage. It featured the eight national teams that had finished in the top two in each of the four groups, and so advanced to compete in a single-elimination style tournament. A third place play-off was contested between the two losing semi-finalists.
In the knockout stage (including the final), if a match was level at the end of 90 minutes, extra time of two periods (15 minutes each) would be played. If the score was still level after extra time prior to the final, then a coin toss by the referee would determine the winner. If the final was still level after 120 minutes then the match would be replayed at a later date.
The stage began on 14 June with the quarter-finals, and ended one week later with the final match of the tournament held at the Estadio Azteca in Mexico City, in which Brazil defeated Italy 4–1 to claim a then-record third World Cup triumph.
All times listed are local (UTC−6)1970 FIFA World Cup squads
Below are the squads for the 1970 FIFA World Cup final tournament in Mexico. Sweden (6), West Germany (2) and Czechoslovakia (1) had players representing foreign clubs.Anzor
Anzor is a Caucasian masculine given name, connected with Anzû. The name may refer to:
Anzor Kavazashvili (born 1940), Soviet former football goalkeeper of Georgian ethnicity
Anzor Astemirov (born 1976), Kabardian Muslim public figure who heads the Yarmuk Jamaat, a chapter of the Caucasus Front
Anzor Azhiev (born 1990), Polish mixed martial artist of Chechen ethnicityChad national football team
The Chad national football team, nicknamed Sao, represents Chad in international football. The team is controlled by the Chadian Football Federation, the governing body for football in the country, and has been coached by Modou Kouta. The team has never qualified for the World Cup finals or Africa Cup of Nations. Home matches are played at the Idriss Mahamat Ouya Stadium.FC Zenit Saint Petersburg
Football Club Zenit (Russian: Футбольный клуб «Зенит» [fʊdˈbolʲnɨj ˈkɫup zʲɪˈnʲit]), also known as Zenit Saint Petersburg or simply Zenit, is a Russian football club from the city of Saint Petersburg. Founded in 1925 (or in 1914, according to some Russian sources), the club plays in the Russian Premier League. Zenit were the 2007, 2010, 2011–12 and 2014–15 champions of the Russian Premier League and the winners of both the 2007–08 UEFA Cup and the 2008 UEFA Super Cup. The club is owned and sponsored by a Russian state-owned energy giant Gazprom.Lev Yashin Club
Lev Yashin Club (Russian: Клуб имени Льва Яшина) is an unofficial list of Soviet and Russian football goalkeepers that have achieved 100 or more clean sheets during their professional career. This club is named after the first Soviet goalkeeper to achieve 100 clean sheets: Lev Yashin. The list was created and maintained by journalist and statistician Konstantin Yesenin.List of FC Spartak Moscow players
This is a list of notable players for FC Spartak Moscow. It includes the players who made at least 50 league appearances for the club or scored at least 5 league goals.
Figures and dates are for the league competitions only (Soviet Top League, Soviet First League and Russian Premier League). Appearances and goals in the games which were awarded to one team after the fact (or in the unfinished 1941 Soviet Top League) are included.
For a list of all Spartak players with a Wikipedia article, see Category:FC Spartak Moscow players.UEFA Euro 1968 squads
These are the squads for the 1968 European Football Championship tournament in Italy, that took place between 5 June and 10 June 1968. The players' listed ages is their age on the tournament's opening day (5 June 1968).
Every player in the tournament played for a club in his native country.