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|League||Russian Bandy Super League|
|Based in||Irkutsk, Russia|
|Stadium||Rekord Stadium (5,300 seats)|
|Head coach||Valery Eikhvald|
It was founded in 1923 changing its name several times before becoming Lokomotiv Irkutsk in 1947. Lokomotiv played in the top division of the Soviet bandy championship since 1960. Since 1992 it changed its sponsorship and was renamed as Sibskana Irkutsk. In 2002 the club changed its name once again to Sibskana-Energiya Irkutsk and finally got its current name in 2004.
In the last game of the regular 2016–17 Russian Bandy Super League season Baykal-Energiya played against Vodnik Arkhangelsk. The loss apparently would make Vodnik facing a weaker team in the playoffs, therefore the team started to score own goals. Baykal-Energiya joined, apparently for fun. Vodnik won 11-9, with all goals scored in the game being own goals. The two teams are facing sanctions from the Russian Bandy Federation.
Baykal-Energiya's second team Baykal-Energiya-2 plays in the Russian Bandy Supreme League, the second tier of Russian bandy.
- Associated Press (26 February 2017). "Russian bandy teams face punishment after 20 own-goals". The Washington Post. Retrieved 28 February 2017.
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