|Full name||Aznavour Football Club|
|Ground||Noyemberyan City Stadium,
The club was founded in 1981 as Pahatsoyagorts Noyemberyan FC and played their home games at the Noyemberyan Tsentralny Stadium. After the independence of Armenia, the club was renamed Aznavour FC in honour of the French-Armenian singer and composer Charles Aznavour.
However, the club was dissolved in early 1997 due to financial difficulties and is currently inactive from professional football.
|1990||Pahatsoyagorts Noyemberyan||Armenian SSR League||9||32||11||7||14||40||69||29|
|1991||Pahatsoyagorts Noyemberyan||Armenian SSR League||10||38||15||5||18||51||64||35|
|1992||Aznavour FC||Armenian Premier League||17||22||11||5||6||42||29||27|
|1993||Aznavour FC||Armenian First League||2||20||13||1||6||45||21||27|
|1994||Aznavour FC||Armenian Premier League||8||28||11||3||14||43||72||25|
|1995||Aznavour FC||Armenian Premier League||3||10||4||1||5||10||14||13|
|1995/96||Aznavour FC||Armenian Premier League||12||22||0||2||20||19||82||2|
|1996/97||Aznavour FC||Armenian First League||3||22||12||6||4||35||24||42|
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