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FC Van Yerevan

Van Yerevan
Full name Football Club Van Yerevan
Founded 1990 (1990)
Dissolved 1997 (1997)
Ground Nairi Stadium
Ground Capacity 6,800

FC Van Yerevan (Armenian: Ֆուտբոլային Ակումբ „Վան" Երևան) is Armenian football club from the city of Yerevan, founded in 1990.


  • History 1
  • League Record 2
  • Coaching history 3
  • External links 4


This club is named in honor of Armenian historic town, which was once the capital of Armenia (now located in Turkey). The club participated in the first Armenian soccer championship, which took fifth place overall. During the six seasons the club has always participated in the Premier League. The team has strong problems, and the place occupied by the team were in the range from 5th to 10th position. But so, the club was disbanded in 1997 at the end of the championship.

League Record

Year Club Name Division Position GP W D L GS GA PTS
1992 Van Yerevan Armenian Premier League 5 22 11 1 10 48 53 23
1993 Van Yerevan Armenian Premier League 5 28 15 2 11 71 49 32
1994 Van Yerevan Armenian Premier League 10 28 9 4 15 34 72 22
1995 Van Yerevan Armenian Premier League 4 10 4 1 5 15 21 13
1995/96 Van Yerevan Armenian Premier League 8 22 7 3 12 42 42 24
1996/97 Van Yerevan Armenian Premier League 6 22 11 1 10 41 34 34
1997–present - no participation - - - - - - - -

Coaching history

External links

  • Profile on (Russian)
  • Profile on
  • RSSSF Armenia (and subpages per year)
  • Profile on (Danish)
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