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Mikhail Butusov

Mikhail Butusov
Personal information
Full nameMikhail Pavlovich Butusov
Date of birth(1900-06-18)18 June 1900
Place of birthSaint Petersburg, Russia
Date of deathApril 11, 1963(1963-04-11) (aged 62)
Place of deathLeningrad, USSR
Playing positionStriker
Senior career*
1917-1923Unitas St. Petersburg
1924-1926Spartak Vyborzhsky Rayon Leningrad
1927-1930Pishchevkus Leningrad
1931-1936Dynamo Leningrad
National team
Teams managed
1936-1938Dynamo Leningrad
1939-1940FC Dinamo Tbilisi
1941FC Dynamo Kyiv
1946Zenit Leningrad
1947FC Dynamo Kyiv
1948-1953Dynamo Leningrad
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Mikhail Pavlovich Butusov (Russian: Михаил Павлович Бутусов) (born June 18, 1900 in Saint Petersburg; died April 11, 1963 in Leningrad) was a Soviet football player and coach and a bandy player. He was the brother of Vasily Butusov.


  • RSFSR Champion: 1924, 1932.
  • Leningrad Champion: 1928, 1929, 1931, 1933, 1935.
  • Soviet Bandy League bronze: 1936.

International career

Butusov made his debut for USSR on November 16, 1924 in a friendly against Turkey. He was the captain of the team and scored 2 goals in a 3:0 victory. This was the first official game of the Soviet Union in international football, and therefore Butusov scored the first ever goal for the USSR.

External links

  • (Russian) Profile

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