Impulse F.C.

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Impulse F.C.
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Full name Impulse Football Club
Founded 1985; 29 years ago (1985)
3 February 2009 (refounded)
Dissolved May 2013
Ground Ayg Stadium, Ararat
Ground Capacity 1,280
Owner Hakob Hakobyan
Chairman Tigran Hakobyan
Manager Armen Gyulbudaghyants
2012–13 Armenian Premier League, 5th
Website Club home page

Impulse Football Club (Armenian: Իմպուլս Ֆուտբոլային Ակումբ), was an Armenian professional football club based in the town of Dilijan. The club used to play in the Armenian Premier League, the top division of the Armenian football. The home ground of Impulse was the Dilijan City Stadium.[1]

History[edit]

The club was re-founded in 2009 by the efforts of the Armenian Parliament member Hakob Hakobyan, as part of the Sport Club Erebuni Dilijan.[2] Based in the town of Dilijan, The home ground of the club was the Dilijan City Stadium. However Impulse played but their latest season at the Armenian football league at the Ayg Stadium of Ararat.

However, the club was dissolved in May 2013, by the decision of the owners. The club still runs a football school located in the Erebuni district of Yerevan.

Last squad[edit]

As of August 2012:

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Armenia GK Gor Elyаzyan
2 Armenia DF Yegishe Vardanyan
4 Armenia DF Hovhannes Veranyan
5 Russia DF Maksim Puzanov
6 Armenia MF Artur Barseghyan
7 Armenia MF Hayk Voskanyan
8 Armenia FW Vahe Mirakyan
9 Armenia MF Narek Davtyan (captain)
10 Armenia MF Rumyan Hovsepyan
12 Ghana DF Illiasu Shilla
13 Armenia MF Artak Hovhannisyan
14 Armenia MF Aram Loretsyan
15 Armenia MF Vahagn Ayvazyan
No. Position Player
16 Armenia FW Samvel Hakobyan
17 Republic of Macedonia FW Filip Timov
18 Armenia DF Hayk Ishkhanyan
19 Armenia GK Tigran Davtyan
20 Colombia FW Diego Bentancourt
21 Armenia MF Armen Derdzyan
22 Armenia DF Artak Khachatryan
23 Armenia GK Hovhannes Navasardyan
24 Armenia GK Hamlet Voskanyan
25 Armenia DF Hakob Loretsyan
26 Moldova MF Constantin Mandricenco
27 Armenia MF Vachik Grigoryan

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