7th Antalya trip, 50th goal
News / 4 February 2012 | 20:00106
7th Antalya trip, 50th goal

Now Gabala are back home ending the seventh winter training camp in Antalya, Turkey. The team played five testing matches as it was planned with three wins and one losses.

Looking into the record path, it is possible to consider Gabala matched in many international competitions, although we have not yet performed in contests of European and Community cups. On the way to training camps, Gabala visited England one time for five matches and other times Antalya for thirty three games. Beside all those shows, Gabala played against Neftchi, the only opponent from Azerbaijan twice in January 2009 when the team of Baku were capitalized with 1:1 and 0:2. More two events happened in Gabala during the Jala tournament the last summer.

We mostly met with Turkish representatives by nine games of five wins, two draws and more two losses with 16:4 goal differences. 
With England, it was ended by three wins, one loss and a draw, goal difference- 8:6.

South Korea were not comfortable to Gabala defeating to them two times and one winning with 4:7 goal differences.


Gabala have not faced loss by Russian teams in three matches that ended with a win and two draws – goal difference is 4:3. 

It was Gabala’s third testing game on Ukrainian teams playing against two of them during the camp this year with one win and two losses. Ukrainians are ahead with 4:5 goal differences. 

Other foreign countries Gabala met are Georgia, Iran, Kazakhstan and Croatia, with two teams of each them. Fielding against the last two ones happened in the winter camp this year in two matches. 

Viitorul Constanta is the first Romanian club facing Gabala.

With additional Angola and Polish teams, Gabala matched against twelve states in thirty five matches.

In all these performances, Gabala possess sixteen wins, thirteen losses and six draws, also in the consideration of penalty shootings after the full time. The goal difference is in our favour as well- 50:38. It means the last goal scoring is Gabala’s jubilee in international contests, the shot that made into Croatia’s net by Lubo Baranin. 

International friendlies

Summer, 2006, Turkey 

1. Zeytinburnu Spor (Turkey) - 0:1 
2. Qaziantepspor (Turkey) - 1:0 
3. Karşıyaka (Turkey) - 1:2
4. Akçaabat Sebatspor (Turkey) - 8:0 

Summer 2008, Turkey 

5. Konyaspor (Turkey) - 0:0 
6. Istiglal (Iran) - 0:1 
7. Adanaspor (Turkey) - 1:0 
8. Saipa (Iran) - 3:1 

Winter 2009, Turkey 

9. Taraz (Kazakhstan) - 0:1 
10. Amkar (Russia) - 1:1 
11. Arka (Poland) - 2:1 
12. Arsenal (Ukraine) - 2:3 

Summer 2009, Turkey 

13 Kocaelispor-2 (Turkey) - 0:0 
14. Kartalspor (Turkey) - 3:0 
15. Siirt Jetpaspor (Turkey) - 2:1 

Winter 2010, Turkey 

16. Tom (Russia) - 2:1 
17. Baltika (Russia) - 1:1 
18. Chunnam Dragons (South Korea) - 1:3 
19. Recreativo (Angola) - 3:0 
20. Incheon United (South Korea) - 0:1 

Winter 2010, Turkey 

21. Jonselo (South Korea) - 1:3 
22. Gyeongnam FC (South Korea) - 2:0 
23. Lokomotiv (Croatia) - 1:1 

Summer 2011, England 

24. Barnet (İngiltərə) - 0:1 
25. Bishops Stortford (İngiltərə) - 0:0 
26. Sent-Albans (İngiltərə) - 3:2 
27. Hayes Yeading (İngiltərə) - 2:1 
28. Luton Taun (İngiltərə) - 3:2 

Summer 2011, Gabala 

29. Dila (Georgia) - 1:3 
30. Spartak (Georgia) - 0:1 

Winter 2012, Turkey 

31. Atyrau (Kazakhstan) - 1:2 
32. Krivbass (Ukraine) - 1:2 
33. Viitorul Konstanta (Romania) - 1:0 
34. Obolon (Ukraine) - 1:0 
35. RNK Split (Croatia) – 2:2, pen.4:3