CSKA Moscow are one of the most dominant Russian clubs in the country as they have won a total of 11 Soviet Top League/Russian Premier League titles. The club have had several notable players to play for the side including Vladimir Fedotov, Grigory Fedotov, Vagner Love, Igor Akinfeev, Alan Dzagoev, Seydou Doumbia, Keisuke Honda, Aleksei Berezutski and Vasili Berezutski. The club are also most notably known for wearing red home shirts with blue shorts supplied by German brand adidas.
Russian team CSKA Moscow were founded in 1911, the team play at the 36,000 Dinamo Stadium in Moscow, they won the 2005 UEFA Cup to become the first Russian club to win a major European title, it also completed the treble for them. The club most notably wear red and blue shirts which are supplied by Reebok.
With the first round of prestigious Champions League fixtures completed this week, we take a closer look at each club's third and home shirts to be worn throughout the elite of European football this 2016/17 season. Group A PSG - Nike have issued the French giants with an ultra-clean white third [...]
Russian club CSKA Moscow ready themselves for 2016/17 football by unveiling their all-new individualised adidas home and away shirts. With the Russian Premier League commencing at the end of July, champions CSKA Moscow hope to retain the prestigious trophy next term with the club wearing powerful [...]
Russian giants CSKA Moscow have officially launched their new home and away kits for the 2015-16 season. With last season's home strip for CSKA using a striped design, the all new home shirt for CSKA Moscow returns to the traditional solid red design [...]
Russian outfit CSKA Moscow have officially launched their new home and away kits for the 2014-15 season. Supplied by adidas, the new home and away shirts for PFC CSKA were revealed by several players taking photos and posting to social media [...]
The club were boosted in recent years by sponsorship from oil giant Sibneft, who are owned by Chelsea's billionaire owner Roman Abramovich.
Vladimir Fedotov holds the record for the highest number of appearances with 381 and Grigory Fedotov holds the record for the most number of goals 126.