|Full name||Erebuni Football Club|
|Ground||Erebuni Stadium, Yerevan|
|League||Armenian First League|
The club was founded as Homenmen-FIMA FC in 1992 in the Erebuni District of the Armenian capital Yerevan, representing the sporting club of the Armenian State Institute of Physical Culture. They participated in the first ever Armenian football competition in 1992 after the split-up from the Soviet Union. After the regular competition they qualified for the championship stage where they finished in the 9th position. As a result, they have qualified for the highest level in the 1993 season.
In 1995, the club became known as Homenmen Yerevan FC representing the pan-Armenian sports and scouting organization Homenmen. In 1997, the club was renamed as Erebuni-Homenmen FC while the name was changed to Erebuni FC in 1999. However in 2000, Erebuni Football Club was dissolved due to financial and non-financial difficulties.
Despite of several name changes -the latest to become Erebuni FC in 1999– the club had never been relegated out of the Armenian Premier League.
In 2007, the club was re-opened under as a youth football school under the ownership of Tigran Ayvazyan, based in the Erebuni District of Yerevan.
In June 2016, it was announced that the club was revived on the basis of the Erebuni football school located in the Erebubi District of Yerevan. It is expected that Erebuni FC will take part in the 2016–17 Armenian First League season.
- Chairman: Tigran Ayvazyan
- Executive director: Gagik Galstyan
- Manager: Sevada Arzumanyan
Erebuni FC in European cups
|UEFA Intertoto Cup||2||0||1||1||1||7|
|Season||Competition||Round||Club||1st leg||2nd leg|
|1998||UEFA Intertoto Cup||1R||Torpedo Kutaisi||0–6||1 – 1|
- Home results are noted in bold
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