Yury Moiseyev

Biographical information

RolesCompeted in Olympic Games
Full nameYury Ivanovich•Moiseyev
Used nameYury•Moiseyev
Original nameЮрий Иванович•Моисеев
Born15 July 1940 in Penza, Penza (RUS)
Died23 September 2005 in Moskva (Moscow), Moskva (RUS)
Measurements170 cm
AffiliationsCSKA Moskva, Moskva (RUS)
NOC Soviet Union
Nationality Russian Federation
Medals OG
Gold 1
Silver 0
Bronze 0
Total 1


Yury Moiseyev started to play hockey with Trud Penza in 1958. In 1960 he briefly joined Metallurg Novokuznetsk, before joining CSKA Moskva in 1962, where he played until the end of his career. With CSKA Moskva Moiseyev won eight Soviet titles (1963-66, 1968, 1970-72) and four European Champions Cup titles (1969-72). Internationally Moiseyev won Olympic gold, World and European Championships in 1968. After his playing career Moiseyev had a long career as a hockey coach. He coached CSKA Moskva sports school from 1972-74, then coached SKA Kuybyshev from 1974-75, and CSKA Moskva from 1976-84. From 1985-89 Moiseyev was head coach of Dynamo Moskva and then spent one season in Canada, coaching the Edmonton Oilers from 1989-90. From 1994-95 Moiseyev was head coach of CSK VVS Samara and from 1995-99 and 2001-03 was head coach of Ak Bars Kazan, winning the Russian Championships with them in 1998.


Games Discipline (Sport) / Event NOC / Team Pos Medal Nationality As
1968 Winter Olympics Ice Hockey (Ice Hockey) URS RUS Yury Moiseyev
Ice Hockey, Men (Olympic) Soviet Union 1 Gold

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