Dynamo Moscow

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Dynamo Moscow
Founded Moscow, Russia (1923)
Website http://www.mgo-dynamo.ru

Dynamo Moscow (Russian: Дина́мо Москва́) is a Russian leading sports club based in Moscow. Founded by Felix Dzerzhinsky on April 18, 1923, Dynamo Moscow was the first institution created from the All-Union Dynamo Sports Club and the only one still connected to the old Dynamo. Throughout its long history, the society has produced elite athletes like Galina Gorokhova, Lev Yashin, Mikhail Voronin, Vitaly Davydov, Maria Isakova and Ludmilla Tourischeva among others. Vladimir Pronichev head of the Border Guard Service is the Chairman.

Departments[edit]

Sport Teams
Football FC Dynamo Moscow formed in 1923.
Ice hockey HC Dynamo Moscow formed in 1946.
Basketball BC Dynamo Moscow formed in 1923.
WBC Dynamo Moscow formed in 1923.
Volleyball VC Dynamo Moscow formed in 1926.
WVC Dynamo Moscow formed in 1926.
Water Polo WPC Dynamo Moscow formed in 1923.
Futsal MFK Dinamo Moskva formed in 2002.
Beach soccer PFK Dynamo Moscow formed in 2012.
Rugby RC Dynamo Moscow formed in 1933.
Bandy Dynamo Moscow Bandy Club formed in 1923.
Swimming Dynamo Moscow (swimming) formed in 2010.
Fencing Dynamo Moscow (fencing) formed in 1923.
Rowing Dynamo Moscow (rowing) formed in 1928.
Modern pentathlon Dynamo Moscow (Modern pentathlon)
Gymnastics Dynamo Moscow (gymnastics) formed in 1974.
Martial arts Dynamo Moscow (martial arts)
Shooting Dynamo Moscow (shooting sport) formed in 1923.
Cycling Dynamo Moscow (cycling)

Famous athletes gallery[edit]