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FC Dinamo Yerevan

Dinamo Yerevan
Full name Football Club Dinamo Yerevan
Founded 1936 (1936)
1992 (refounded)
Dissolved 2008 (2008)
Ground Kasakhi Marzik Stadium
Ashtarak
Ground Capacity 3,500
Manager Sevada Arzumanyan
2007 Armenian First League, 4th

FC Dinamo Yerevan was an Armenian football club that is based in Yerevan. The club dissolved in early 2008 and is currently inactive from professional football.

League Record

Year Club Name Division Position GP W D L GS GA PTS
1992 Dinamo Yerevan Armenian First League 16 26 8 9 9 37 42 25
1993 Dinamo Yerevan Armenian First League 6 20 9 3 8 30 21 21
1994 Dinamo Yerevan Armenian First League 4 18 9 5 4 49 32 23
1995 Dinamo Yerevan Armenian First League 2 12 7 3 2 40 12 24
1995/96 Dinamo Yerevan Armenian First League 11 22 6 4 12 27 38 22
1996/97 Dinamo Yerevan Armenian First League 8 22 7 4 11 23 41 25
1997 Dinamo Yerevan Armenian First League 5 16 4 2 10 18 47 14
1998 Dinamo Yerevan Armenian First League 10 24 6 1 17 26 65 19
1999 Dinamo Yerevan Armenian First League 1 16 13 0 3 40 14 39
2000 Dinamo Yerevan Armenian Premier League 8 28 1 4 23 19 78 7
2001 Dinamo Yerevan Armenian First League 5 10 8 0 2 35 12 24
2002 Dinamo Yerevan no participation - - - - - - - -
2003 Dinamo Yerevan Armenian First League 8 22 9 4 9 29 44 31
2004 Dinamo Yerevan Armenian First League 12 30 9 1 20 52 72 28
2005 Dinamo Yerevan Armenian First League 10 24 6 3 15 26 56 18
2006 Dinamo Yerevan Armenian First League 5 18 9 4 5 36 34 31
2007 Dinamo Yerevan Armenian First League 4 21 10 3 8 47 38 33
2008–present - no participation - - - - - - - -
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