Aleksandr Lomovitskiy

Aleksandr Lomovitskiy




Full name in native alphabet: Александр Евгеньевич Ломовицкий

Country: Russia

Date of birth: 27/01/1998 (18 years old)

Place of birth: Moscow (Russia)

Height: 181cm

Youth career: Spartak Moscow

Current club: Spartak Moscow

Squad number: 91

Current national team: Russia U-18

Position: left-back, winger

Preferred foot: left

Market value (by 300.000 € 

Tournaments participated in: 2015 UEFA European Under-17 Championship qualification elite round (3/1), 2015 UEFA European Under-17 Championship (4/0), 2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup (4/0), UEFA Youth League 2015/2016 (2/1)

Contract until: unknown

Player’s agent: unknown

Transfer rumours: —

Similar type of player: Andros Townsend



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No significant weaknesses.


Style of play:

– explosive winger

– likes to cross

– likes to vary his play by cutting inside, running to the by-line and swapping wings

– likes to dribble

– counter attack threat

– able to score and dribble comfortably with both feet

– exceptional ability to maneuver in small spaces

– often uses his creativity and passing skills to set up goals for other players

– skilful on the ball and calm under pressure

– known for his explosive acceleration, and his dribbling ability at speed

– competent set piece taker

– good physical and technical prowess

– excellent balance and changes of pace

– equally good on both wings

– has the ability to threaten from outside of the 18-yard box

– gets fouled often


He is best suited to playing as:

Left winger in 4-2-3-1.







League summary (as for 30 May 2016):

No senior team appearances yet.



Aleksandr Lomovitskiy is a product of Spartak Moscow youth academy – team he describes as his ‘dream club’. He showed himself to a wider crowd at the 2015 European Under-17 Championship, where he was one of the best players of young “Sborna” side that made it to the semi-final, but got knocked out by a very strong Germany team. A few months later, he played at the 2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup, but Russia lost unexpectedly to Ecuador in the last 16 at that tournament. He didn’t make his professional debut yet, but Spartak coaches aren’t afraid to give youth a chance – Aleksandr Zuev, Georgi Melkadze, Denis Davydov and Igor Leontjev – are the best examples of that, so it is possible that highly-rated Aleksandr will break into the senior side very soon.




Football Talent Scout potential rating:

7/10   BallBallBallBallBallBallBall

Country-scale star with top European club ambition.





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