Players

Niakhaichyk Pavel

Date of birth: 15.07.1988
Place of birth: Minsk
Citizenship: Belarus
Position: Midfielder
Rank: Master of sport of international level
Number: 71
Debut in BATE: 18.05.2007
First football school: Olimpiya (Minsk), Smena (Minsk)
First coach: Sergey Poleshchuk
Height: 180
Weight: 70

Niakhaichyk was raised in the BATE Academy before signing his first professional contract with the Yellow Blues in 2007. He became a hero of BATE supporters after scoring an amazing winner in Brussels in the match against RSC Anderlecht in 2008/09 Europa League 2nd round qualifying match. Belarusian journalists even nicknamed him The Hero of Brussels. BATE youngster also earned a penalty and a red card of the opponent's defender and became the matchwinner for the Yellow Blues.

Before moving to Dinamo Moscow in summer-2011 Niakhaichyk helped the team in the UEFA Champions League qualification, where BATE beat Linfield F.C., FK Ekranas and SK Sturm Graz. At that time his resord in the Belarusian competition equaled 100 matches (18 goals). And all in all Niakhaichyk played 164 matches for BATE and scored 34 goals at that time.

Unfortunately, in Moscow after a brilliant start Naikhaichyk later became a substitute player with small amount of playing time (17 matches and 1 goal).

In winter 2013 Pavel switched for BATE again. His return home was warmly welcomed by the fans.

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Personal honours
Season Honours Club
2009 Included into list of 22 best players of the Belarusian Championship FC BATE Borisov
2010 Included into list of 22 best players of the Belarusian Championship FC BATE Borisov
2007 Included into list of 22 best players of the Belarusian Championship FC BATE Borisov
Team honours
Season Honours Club
2007 Champion of Belarus FC BATE Borisov
2008 Champion of Belarus FC BATE Borisov
2009 Champion of Belarus FC BATE Borisov
2009/10 Belarusian Cup Winner FC BATE Borisov
2010 Belarusian Supercup Winner FC BATE Borisov
2010 Champion of Belarus FC BATE Borisov
2011 Belarusian Supercup Winner FC BATE Borisov
2011 U-21 EURO bronze medal winner Belarus U21
2011 Champion of Belarus FC BATE Borisov

Pavel Niakhaichyk — the best player of FC BATE Borisov in June

02 july 202013:30

The choice of the official club website authorized users following the month ended.

In the symbolic representative team of MD10 – trio from FC BATE Borisov

27 may 202009:00

The recognition following the away victory of the Yellow-Blues over FC Dynamo Brest.

In MD4 Team of the Week – three player of FC BATE Borisov

15 april 202013:00

Our guys were awarded following a victorious away encounter against FC Minsk.

“When entering to the pitch, we will left all our powers to achieve the maximum results”

04 january 202019:00

The video introduction of the Yellow-Blues newcomer Pavel Niakhaichyk.

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Season by season statistics | UEFA Champions League
Season Pld Min Capt. FM OFF ON B W D L G PS PNS Assists YC 2YC RC GC CS PAG PS
2008/09 12 538 - 2 2 8 - 4 5 3 2 - - 2 2 - - - - - -
2009/10 4 323 - 1 3 - - 3 - 1 - - - - - - - - - - -
2010/11 3 270 - 3 - - 1 1 1 1 4 - - - 1 - - - - - -
2011/12 6 540 - 6 - - - 3 3 - 1 - - 1 1 - - - - - -
2013/14 1 75 - - 1 - - - - 1 - - - - - - - - - - -
Total 26 1746 - 12 6 8 1 11 9 6 7 - - 3 4 - - - - - -
  • LAST MATCH

    Belarusian Championship
    Matchday 17

    11 july 2020, 18:30
    Borisov-Arena

    Referee: Stetsurin S.

    BATE
    BATE
    (Borisov)
    1:1 Slaviya
    Slaviya
    (Mozyr)
     

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    BATE — Slaviya

    1 : 0

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    Belarusian Championship
    Matchday 18

    18 july 2020, 20:30
    Brestski Sports Complex (Brest)

    Rukh
    Rukh
    (Brest)
    VS BATE
    BATE
    (Borisov)
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    Belarusian Championship
    Matchday 19

    26 july 2020, 18:00
    Borisov-Arena

    BATE
    BATE
    (Borisov)
    VS Minsk
    Minsk
    (Minsk)

Belarusian Champ.

Team Pld Pts
1 Shakhtyor 17 33
2 BATE 17 31
3 Neman 16 30
4 Energetik-BGU 17 29
5 Dinamo Br 16 26
6 Dinamo Mn 17 26
7 Torpedo-BelAZ 17 26
8 Rukh 17 25
9 Isloch 17 23
10 Vitebsk 17 23
11 Slaviya 17 22
12 Slutsk 16 18
13 Gorodeya 17 16
14 Minsk 15 15
15 Smolevichi 16 14
16 Belshina 17 10
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