|Full name||Football Club Dimitrovgrad|
|Ground||Minyor Stadium, Dimitrovgrad|
|League||South-East Third League|
|2016–17||South-East Third League, 10th|
The club's home ground is the Minyor Stadium in Dimitrovgrad, with a capacity of 10,000. Team colours are blue and yellow.
In 1967, the two former city club rivals, F.C. Himik and F.C. Minyor merged to establish a new club, named Football Club Dimitrovgrad.
In 1986, F.C. Dimitrovgrad qualified for the A PFG for first time in the club's history. The team won just eight games in their first A PFG campaign in 1986–87 season and were relegated, finishing in the last 16th place.
In 2000–01 season F.C. Dimitrovgrad, as F.C. Siera, won the Cup of Amateur Football League.
As of January 25, 2016 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
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