DYuSSh Smena-Zenit (Russian: ДЮСШ "Смена-Зенит"), also known as FC Zenit academy or formerly DYuSSh Smena, is a Russian youth football academy based in Saint Petersburg. It is currently headed by Dutchman Henk van Stee.
The sports school was founded in 1957 as a football section of Central DYuSSh GORONO of Leningrad. It was reorganized into Football SDYuShOR Smena in 1968.
In 2008 Smena was included into club structure of FC Zenit and renamed Smena-Zenit. Since 2010 academy's main U-18 team plays the role of Zenit dissolved farm club FC Smena-Zenit, competing in the championship of Saint Petersburg as well as various international tournaments.
The best known alumni of Smena are Russia national football team players Vyacheslav Malafeev, Igor Denisov, Andrey Arshavin, Vladimir Bystrov, Viktor Vasin and retired Vladislav Radimov and Oleg Salenko.
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- Хенк ван Стее: «Будущее - за молодёжью!»
- "О школе, история". DYuSSh Smena-Zenit. Archived from the original on 2010-10-30. Retrieved 2010-05-08.
- "КОМАНДЫ АКАДЕМИИ ФК "ЗЕНИТ" В СЕЗОНЕ 2010 ГОДА". DYuSSh Smena-Zenit. Archived from the original on 2010-01-19. Retrieved 2010-05-08.