|Full name||Football Club Bereza-2010|
|Ground||DYuSSh-1 Stadium, Byaroza, Brest Oblast, Belarus|
|League||Belarusian First League|
The team was founded in 1989 as Stroitel Bereza. They played in Belarusian SSR league from 1989 to 1991. In 1992 they joined newly created Belarusian Second League. After successful 1995 season they were promoted to the First League. Before the start of 1997 season they were renamed to FC Bereza.
In between 1998 and 1999 seasons Bereza merged with the local Second League club from the same town and adopted their name Keramik Bereza, while maintaining their own history. In 2002 they reverted the name back to FC Bereza. After unsuccessful 2006 season Bereza relegated back to Second League.
In 2010 the club, struggling with financial problems, came in agreement with Dinamo Minsk to become their feeder team. A new team named Bereza-2010 was formed with the players from Dinamo football academy and joined Second League. Bereza-2010 is a new legal entity, but is seen a successor of old Bereza team.
In 2011 they finished 2nd in the Second League and were again promoted to the First League after 5 years of absence.
As of January 2016
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