|Full name||Football Club Kaluga|
|Owner||Kaluga / Kaluga Oblast / Oleg Mitrofanov|
|League||Russian Professional Football League
FC Kaluga (Russian: ФК Калуга) is an association football club from Kaluga, Russia, founded in 2009. The Club is playing in the Russian Professional Football League. The team appeared after uniting two football Clubs from Kaluga: FC MiK Kaluga and FC Lokomotiv Kaluga. The two teams finished 1st and 2d in Russian Amateur Football League Chernozemic Zone championship in 2009 and Kaluga faced the opportunity to promote a football club that could represent the City to Russian Professional Football League so the two teams were united.
As of 13 February 2017, 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.