FC Dynamo Bryansk

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Dynamo Bryansk
Logo of FC Dynamo Bryansk.png
Full nameFootball Club
Dynamo-Bryansk
Nickname(s)Blue-and-white, Partizany (Guerrillas), Dinamiki (Loudspeakers), Brianskie volki (Bryansk wolves)
Founded1931; 88 years ago (1931)
GroundDynamo Stadium,
Bryansk
Capacity10,100
OwnerBryansk / Bryansk Oblast
ChairmanDmitri Mitt
ManagerAleksandr Gorbachyov
LeaguePFL
Zone Center
2018–194th

FC Dynamo Bryansk is a Russian football club based in Bryansk.

In 2009, the club came second in its Russian Second Division zone but was not promoted. However, in early 2010, FC Moscow dropped out from the Russian Premier League for financial reasons, FC Alania Vladikavkaz were promoted from the First Division to the Premier League, and Dynamo Bryansk took Alania's spot in the Russian First Division, where they played in 2010.[1]

The team colours are (Home) all blue. (Away) all white with blue shorts.

In 2012 club had lost its professional status and left First division. It was promoted to the third-tier professional level (now called Russian Professional Football League) for the 2013-14 season.

History[edit]

The club was founded in 1931 by GPU officer Filaret Adamovich. The team initially consisted of players from Baku and Smolensk and played in the Western Oblast league. Dynamo was among the leading teams of the region until 1936, when Bryansk became part of Oryol Oblast and Adamovich left the city.

After World War II Dynamo returned to leading roles, now in the newly formed Bryansk Oblast. In 1949 and 1952 the club played in the RSFSR league, and in 1959 they won the Bryansk Oblast championship.

The success of 1959 allowed Dynamo to enter the national Class B in 1960. In 1967, they finished first in their zone and qualified for the semi-finals, where they were fifth. In 1968 Dynamo were first in the zone again, but also managed to finish first in the semi-finals and fourth in the finals, securing promotion to Class A, Second Group. Dynamo managed to stay at that level for two years, being relegated in 1970. In 1971–1991 they played in the Soviet Second League, their highest achievement being the league championship in 1989.

After the dissolution of USSR Dynamo played in the Russian Second League in 1992–1993, Third League in 1994–1997 and Second Division in 1998–2003. In 2003 Dynamo finished at the top of the Second Division Centre zone, level on points with FC Oryol. In the championship playoff Oryol won the promotion to the First Division, however after the exclusion of Dynamo SPb, Dynamo Bryansk were also granted promotion. In 2006-2007 season Dynamo qualified for the semi-finals of Russian Cup, where were defeated by FC Moscow in 2 matches series (1:1, 0:1).

League results[edit]

Russian Amateur Football LeagueRussian First DivisionRussian Second DivisionRussian First DivisionRussian Second DivisionRussian Third DivisionRussian Second Division

Current squad[edit]

As of 2 September 2019, according to the PFL website.

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

No. Position Player
Russia GK Aleksei Kuznetsov
Russia GK Pavel Sergeyev
Russia DF Aleksandr Kryuchkov
Russia DF Andrei Lukanchenkov
Russia DF Danil Luppa
Russia DF Aleksei Sapayev
Russia DF Valeri Sorokin
Russia DF Sergei Tsukanov
Russia MF Pavel Baranov
Russia MF Vladislav Drogunov (on loan from Baltika Kaliningrad)
Russia MF Yevgeni Khudobko
Russia MF Nikolai Marayev
Russia MF Vladislav Melnichenko
No. Position Player
Russia MF Maksim Novikov
Russia MF Andrei Pazin
Russia MF Dmitri Pikatov
Russia MF Maksim Pikatov
Russia MF Ilya Vasilyev
Russia FW Ilya Arkhipov
Russia FW Matvey Burlakov
Russia FW Denis Frolov
Russia FW Yuri Pershin
Russia FW Maksim Pichugin
Russia FW Artemi Ukomsky
Russia FW Nikolay Vdovichenko

See also[edit]

Notable players[edit]

Had international caps for their respective countries. Players whose name is listed in bold represented their countries while playing for Dynamo.

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