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In this period Dinamo won the Soviet Cup for the first time in their history, convincingly defeating Armenian side Ararat Yerevan 3—0 in the final , with goals scored by David Kipiani , Piruz Kanteladze and Revaz Chelebadze.
In the club won the Soviet Top League for a second time. In the first round Dinamo knocked out English side Liverpool , at the time one of the strongest teams in European football.
After losing the first match at Anfield 1—2,  Dinamo comfortably beat the opponent 3—0  in Tbilisi and advanced to the next round, where they were eliminated by German champions Hamburg.
Vitaly Daraselia and Vladimir Gutsaev scored goals in the final. This team has top quality performers.
In the s numerous skillful players appeared on the team, but for various reasons they were not able to do their best: Grigol Tsaava , Mikheil Meskhi Junior , Otar Korghalidze , Gia Guruli , Mamuka Pantsulaia , Merab Jordania , Levan Baratashvili and many other talented players.
From a crisis began. It was hard for the club to qualify from the first rounds of the Soviet Cup.
They also performed poorly in the championship. From to the team appeared only once in the UEFA tournaments. Dinamo played its first and last official matches in the Soviet championship with Dynamo Kyiv, with both matches ending 2—2.
That meant that no Georgian football clubs would appear in Soviet tournaments. From that moment the more recent history of FC Dinamo Tbilisi began.
During this time, as a means of distancing from the Soviet past, the club was renamed to Iberia Tbilisi. This move was largely opposed by the supporters and by the club returned to its initial name.
The club played its first match in the Georgian National championship against Kolkheti Poti on 30 March Dinamo lost the historic match, 0—1.
Ultimately the club recovered from this setback and won the first Georgian National championship. The club also won the next 9 championships.
In came Dinamo's first double: the team won the league and the Georgian Cup , beating Tskhumi Sokhumi in the final. In Dinamo played its first international official match representing independent Georgia.
Dinamo won the home match against Linfield 2—1, with goals from Shota Arveladze and Gela Inalishvili. The second leg in Belfast ended 1—1.
However the club was disqualified for attempting to bribe the referee in the first leg. Despite continued success in national cups and championships, the club had no success in European club tournaments.
In the next round the club was unable to overcome Portuguese side Boavista and left the tournament. Dinamo came very close to advancing in the —99 UEFA Champions League group stages, but were eliminated by Athletic Bilbao on the away goals rule, 2—1, 0—1.
The migration of key players to European clubs caused negative results. It became harder and harder for the club to win the Georgian Championship or Georgian Cup.
In the club won the Georgian Championship and Georgian Cup. Dinamo lost all four games and finished bottom in the group. In the club beat Olimpi Rustavi and won the Georgian Cup.
After a bad performance in the Georgian championship of —12 , Dinamo could not qualify for any UEFA competitions for the first time.
The new owner immediately started the modernization of the club  starting with the reconstruction of the Digomi training ground.
The Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena was reconstructed as well. The pitch surface was changed with a new specially adapted surface for the local climate.
Renovated Youths Football Academy also began. The club were beaten 5—0  by Tottenham Hotspur in the Europa League play-off round in the 1st leg and again 3—0  the following week at White Hart Lane , thus crashing out 8—0 on aggregate.
Construction of the Dinamo stadium started in autumn although the project was soon suspended. The construction was renewed in chief architect — Archil Kurdiani.
Finally it finished on 12 October and envisaged 23 spectators. In — the stadium was reconstructed and the number of spectators increased to 36 After reconstruction the stadium was officially opened on 27 July The demand for a new and bigger stadium had increased due to the successful performance of Dinamo Tbilisi.
This was the Communist time, when every problem had to be solved by the USSR supreme government body. The leader and the first secretary of Georgian Communist Party Eduard Shevardnadze was able to persuade official Moscow, that Georgia needed a bigger and better stadium for home matches.
By the time the stadium was built, it had the third biggest capacity in the Soviet Union. The first official match played after the stadium was built occurred on 29 September Dinamo won the opening game 3—0.
The next reconstruction of the stadium was held in architects-Gia Kurdiani and Archil Kurdiani Junior and the number of spectators was changed to 54, The stadium was opened with the European championship qualifying match.
On 6 September the Georgian national team hosted the French national team and was defeated with the score 3—0. In the turf of Dinamo Arena was changed.
Energy and irrigation systems were also fully rehabilitated. There was new lighting to satisfy demands for high standards. Even though the stadium's maximum capacity was 78,, Georgian football fans can remember matches with more accommodation.
For instance, in Dinamo was hosting one of the best British teams — Liverpool. The first match was played in England at Anfield , and Liverpool won 2—1.
The attendance was , and their support played an important role in winning. Dinamo beat Liverpool 3—0 and qualified in the next round.
In the Soviet Union Dinamo stadium kept the record with an average attendance of 45, The record attendance was repeated in for Georgia vs Germany.
The football clubs Spartak Moscow and Dynamo Kyiv often played their autumn international matches at this stadium. In the stadium hosted the qualifying stage of the Juniors World Cup.
In the stadium was renamed Boris Paichadze National Stadium after a major Georgian international footballer. It is home to the Georgia national football team.
Holding lit torches, 80, fans came in to congratulate the team on their European Cup Winners Cup triumph. Barcelona won 5—4 in extra time.
As for 7 October . Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Dinamo Tbilisi is by far the most successful football club in Georgia , having won the championship 16 times and the cup 13 times.
Roin Kvaskhvadze R. Omar Migineishvili O. Davit Kobouri D. Simon Gbegnon S. Levan Kharabadze L. Giorgi Kimadze G.
Nodar Iashvili N. Ivan Trubochkin I. Rodney Klooster R. Giorgi Kutsia G. Giorgi Papava G. Anzor Mekvabishvili A.
Bakar Kardava B. Luka Gagnidze L. Nodar Kavtaradze N. Akaki Shulaia A. Irakli Azarovi I. Giorgi Zaria G. Giorgi Kukhianidze G. Pernambuco Pernambuco.
Giorgi Abuashvili G. Irakli Bugridze I. Filip Orsula F. Tornike Kapanadze T. Carlos Castro C. Davit Skhirtladze D. Giorgi Gabedava G. Tornike Akhvlediani T.
The roof was also used as a cite for placement of lightning and insonification. The stadium was equipped by two electronic boards. At the level of evacuation terrace were arranged government boxes and commentary studios.
The area below evacuation terrace and Ist tier tribunes housed floor sporting facilities, swimming pool, administrative unit and other administrative facilities arranged at floors from 1 to 2.
The Stadium, along its entire perimeter was encircled by 2 communication tunnels. One at the ground level, while the other between the ground level and evacuation terrace.
The stadium was fenced. The former swimming pool of the stadium now houses the nightclub Bassiani. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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