|Date of birth||08.04.1980|
Andrei was of the football academy in Moscow moved to Netherlands when he was 15, where he joined SC Heerenven academy, but later returned to Moscow where he became part of Spartak.
In 2001 Sidelnikov moved to Belarus where he signed for Dinamo Minsk. After 2 years Andrei came back to Russia and for the next 8 years was playing for Spartak Tambov, FC Khimki, Dinamo Makhachkala and Spartak Nalchik.
In 2008 Andrei moved to Kazakhstan and signed for FC Aktobe, his first club in Kazakh Premier League. Last season he was part of Ordabasy Shymkent squad.
Andrei Sidelnikov made 29 appearances for Kazakhstan National Team and his debut was against Turkey.
Honours and Achievements:
|2008||Kazakh Premier League Winner|
|2008||Kazakh League Cup Winner|
|2009||Kazakh Premier League Winner|
|2010||Kazakh Super Cup Winner|
|2010||Kazakh Premier League Runner-up|
|2011||Kazakh Premier League Third Place|
|2012||Kazakh Premier League Third Place|
|2012||Goalkeeper of the Year|
|2013||Kazakh Premier League Winner|
|2013||Goalkeeper of the Year|
|2013||Prosport.kz Player of the Year|
|2014||Kazakh Super Cup Winner|
|2014||Kazakh Premier League Runner-up|
|2016||Kazakh Super Cup Winner|
|1997||Spartak Moscow Reserves|
|1998||Spartak Moscow Reserves||15||-13|
|1999||Spartak Moscow Reserves||7||-6|
|2000||Spartak Moscow Reserves||7||-11|
|2001||Dinamo Minsk Reserves||6||-4|
|2002||Dinamo Minsk Reserves||8||-7|
|2003||FC Khimki - 2||?||?|
|2004||Spartak Tambov||12 + 1 outfield||-27|
|2007||Spartak Nalchik Reserves||19||-12|