Yegor Titov was born on May 29, 1976 in Moscow.
He is a retired association footballer who played midfielder. Most of the career he spent at the Moscow "Spartak". He played for the Russian national team and was its captain.
Yegor's father was the master of sport on Ice-skating and wanted his son to become a skater, but son's passion for football was stronger.
Titov spent the majority of his club career at Spartak Moscow, starting in 1995.
He won Russian Player of the Year in 1998 and 2000. He played for Russia at the 2002 World Cup and has amassed over 30 caps for his country.
Titov stopped playing for the team when he refused to be called up for a Euro 2008 qualifying match against Estonia, saying the reason was because his wife was pregnant and he wants to spend more time with her.
In 2012, he played five matches in the amateur league (zone "Black Earth") for Tula "Arsenal". In July 2012, was officially announced about his retirement, and on September 9, 2012 at the stadium "Locomotive" was his farewell match with the Kiev "Dynamo", ended with the score 5:3 in favor of "Spartak"
Yegor, his wife - Veronica, and their daughters - Anna and Uliana