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FC Dynamo Brest
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Full name Football Club Dynamo Brest[1]
Founded 1960
Ground Regional Sport Complex Brestskiy
Brest, Belarus
Ground Capacity 10,060
Manager Uladzimir Zhuravel
League Belarusian Premier League
2016 8th
Website Club home page

FC Dynamo Brest (Belarusian: ФК Дынама Брэст, FK Dynama Brest; Russian: ФК Динамо Брест) is a Belarusian football club based in Brest. The club plays in the Belarusian Premier League, the top division in Belarusian football.

History[edit]

The club was founded in 1960 as Spartak Brest and joined Soviet Class B (second-tier league) the same year. After 1962 season they were relegated as a result of league reorganization. They were close to promotion twice (in 1964 and 1967) but lost the final round both times. They finally got promoted from the third attempt (1969), but the following year they again dropped to the third tier due to league reorganization.[2] In 1972 the team was renamed to Bug Brest and finally, in 1976 to Dуnamo Brest. From 1970 till the end of Soviet era the club was playing in the Soviet third-tier league. Dynamo Brest had a strong connection with Dinamo Minsk during these years (as both clubs were affiliated to Dinamo Sports Society) and often accepted young Minsk team players on loan.[3]

In 1992 Dynamo Brest joined Belarusian Premier League and have been playing there ever since. Their best result was a third place in inaugural 1992 season, and they were finishing in the middle and bottom parts of the table ever since. In 2007 Dynamo Brest won Belarusian Cup, also securing their only UEFA Cup participation. During 2012 season they were using the name FC Brest due to legal issues with using a Dynamo brand name the rights to which were claimed by Belarusian Dynamo Sport Society. This issue was resolved only by the end of the year.

Name changes[edit]

  • 1960: founded as Spartak Brest
  • 1972: renamed to Bug Brest (after Bug River)
  • 1976: renamed to Dynamo Brest
  • 2012: renamed to FC Brest
  • 2013: renamed back to Dynamo Brest

Supporters and rivalries[edit]

The first organised fan group was created on 1 August 1998, and the fanatical stand can hold around 200-500 fanatics. An ultras group was created in 2008. The fans call themselves the Blue White Devils. They are politically right-wing.[4]

The club have two fan-clubs: Volna Pinsk and SC Kobrin. The one official friendship, with fans of Orlęta Radzyń Podlaski, and good contacts with fans Dinamo Minsk and BATE Borisov. Their rivals are all left-wing fans, FK Homel, Dnepr Mogilev, Shakhtyor Soligorsk, Slavia Mozyr, Belshina Bobruisk, Torpedo Minsk and Neman Grodno.[4]

Honours[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of April 2017

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Belarus GK Vladislav Kuzhal
4 Belarus DF Alyaksey Hawrylovich
5 Belarus DF Andrey Lebedzew
7 Spain MF Borja Docal
8 Belarus MF Mikita Bukatkin
9 Belarus MF Alyaksandr Dzyameshka
10 Belarus FW Raman Vasilyuk
11 Ghana MF Saliw Babawo
13 Belarus DF Maksim Vitus
16 Belarus DF Dmitry Aliseiko
17 Belarus MF Pavel Sedko
18 Belarus FW Dzmitry Mazalewski
20 Ghana FW Joel Fameyeh
23 Argentina MF Leandro Torres
25 Belarus FW Kirill Kirilenko
No. Position Player
31 Belarus MF Maksim Chizh
35 Belarus GK Vladislav Khvin
45 Ghana FW Dickson Afoakwa
46 Belarus MF Alyaksey Lyahchylin
50 France MF Junior Etoundi
65 Romania DF Adrian Avrămia
67 France GK Jérémy Malherbe
77 Ivory Coast FW Idrissa Kouyaté
88 Belarus MF Dmitry German
95 Belarus MF Dzmitry Barysaw
97 Belarus DF Alyaksey Ivanow
99 Nigeria MF Chidi Osuchukwu
Belarus GK Artem Denisenko
Belarus DF Denis Samosyuk
Belarus MF Dmitry Fedortsov

League and Cup history[edit]

Soviet Union Soviet Union
Season Level Pos Pld W D L Goals Points Domestic Cup Notes
1960 2nd 15 30 7 4 19 27–59 18
1961 2nd 13 30 7 8 15 28–43 22 Round of 64
1962 2nd 4 32 15 9 6 39–25 39 Round of 512 Relegated1
1963 3rd 15 30 7 9 14 16–27 23 Round of 1024
1964 3rd 4 30 12 12 6 25–12 36 Round of 2048
5 4 0 0 4 2–6 0 Final round2
1965 3rd 10 30 9 8 13 28–30 26 Round of 1024
1966 3rd 11 32 8 11 13 26–34 27
1967 3rd 4 34 14 12 8 33–28 40 Round of 4096
2 3 1 2 0 3–2 4 Semi-final round3
1968 3rd 3 38 21 8 9 48–27 50
2 1 1 0 2–0 3 Promotion/relegation play-off4
1969 2nd 13 40 12 13 15 30–29 37 Round of 32 Relegated5
1970 3rd 16 42 12 13 17 32–48 37 Round of 128
1971 3rd 9 38 13 16 9 33–29 55
1972 3rd 6 38 14 15 9 44–32 57
1973 3rd 11 32 10 9 13 35–46 236
1974 3rd 14 40 10 14 16 33–44 34
1975 3rd 10 34 12 7 15 38–44 31
1976 3rd 2 38 20 10 8 63–38 50
1977 3rd 11 40 14 13 13 51–44 41 Round of 64
1978 3rd 6 46 24 10 12 62–37 58
1979 3rd 3 46 24 14 8 77–35 62
1980 3rd 4 32 12 10 10 39–36 34
1981 3rd 6 40 13 10 17 45–37 56
1982 3rd 13 30 9 4 17 30–44 22
1983 3rd 9 32 10 10 12 41–36 30
1984 3rd 12 34 9 9 16 38–50 27
1985 3rd 6 30 13 7 10 40–33 33
1986 3rd 7 30 15 3 12 41–31 33
1987 3rd 4 34 18 6 10 54–26 42
1988 3rd 10 34 14 6 14 43–41 34
1989 3rd 5 42 19 10 13 53–51 48 Round of 128
1990 3rd 9 42 15 15 12 49–39 45
1991 3rd 16 42 14 9 19 50–50 37
1992 Round of 128
  • 1 Relegated as the 2nd level (Class B) was reduced from 10 zones (150 teams) in 1962 to a single group of 18 teams in 1963.
  • 2 Advanced to the final round as the best-placed team from Belarusian SSR. No team won the promotion from this final group in the end.
  • 3 Advanced to the semifinal round of promotion tournament (for one spot) as one of top 8 teams not from Russian, Ukrainian, Kazakh or Central Asian SSR.
  • 4 As the best-placed team from Belarusian SSR, Spartak advanced to promotion/relegation play-off against the lowest-placed Belarusian team from the 2nd level.
  • 5 Relegated as the 2nd level (Class B Second Group, renamed to Class B First Group from next season) was reduced from 4 zones (87 teams) in 1969 to a single group of 22 teams in 1970.
  • 6 In 1973 every draw was followed by a penalty shoot-out, with a winner gaining 1-point and loser gaining 0.
Belarus Belarus
Season Level Pos Pld W D L Goals Points Domestic Cup Notes
1992 1st 3 15 8 3 4 21–10 19 Semifinals
1992–93 1st 7 32 13 9 10 33–29 35 Round of 16
1993–94 1st 8 30 11 9 10 30–29 31 Semifinals
1994–95 1st 10 30 9 10 11 33–33 28 Round of 16
1995 1st 10 15 5 2 8 27–32 17 Round of 16
1996 1st 10 30 7 11 12 39–43 32
1997 1st 7 30 12 6 12 44–52 42 Quarterfinals
1998 1st 9 28 12 2 14 40–40 38 Round of 16
1999 1st 7 30 14 4 12 59–52 46 Round of 16
2000 1st 10 30 10 4 16 37–51 34 Quarterfinals
2001 1st 11 26 8 5 13 26–38 29 Round of 16
2002 1st 10 26 8 8 10 25–26 32 Semifinals
2003 1st 11 30 5 12 13 21–49 27 Round of 16
2004 1st 8 30 10 9 11 39–41 39 Round of 32
2005 1st 8 26 11 3 12 39–33 36 Round of 16
2006 1st 9 26 8 7 11 17–31 31 Quarterfinals
2007 1st 12 26 6 8 13 23–31 25 Winners
2008 1st 6 30 13 8 9 40–34 47 Round of 16
2009 1st 5 26 10 8 8 30–24 38 Round of 32
2010 1st 5 33 12 10 11 48–40 46 Round of 32
2011 1st 10 33 8 11 14 38–46 35 Quarterfinals
2012 1st 8 30 8 5 17 27–38 29 Quarterfinals
2013 1st 8 32 11 7 14 32–41 40 Quarterfinals
2014 1st 11 32 7 5 20 29–68 26 Round of 16
2015 1st 12 26 7 3 16 23-42 24 Quarterfinals
2016 1st Round of 16

European record[edit]

As of December 2008.

Season Competition Round Club Home Away Agg.
2007–08 UEFA Cup 1Q Latvia Liepājas Metalurgs 1–2 1–1 2–3

Managers[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ВОПРОС - ОТВЕТ". Dynamo-brest.by. ФК "Динамо-Брест". Retrieved 1 February 2016. 
  2. ^ "История 1960-1970". dynamo-brest.by. Retrieved 8 February 2017. 
  3. ^ "Официальный сайт ФК 'Динамо-Брест'". dynamo-brest.by. Retrieved 8 February 2017. 
  4. ^ a b To My Kibice Plus, No.1(43), Spring 2014, pages 42-43

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