- Not to be confused with FC Norchi Dinamo Tbilisi which play as FC Tbilisi from 1999-2001.
|Full name||Football Club Tbilisi|
|League||Pirveli Liga East|
FC Tbilisi is a Georgian football team, which were playing in the capital, Tbilisi. The club were playing their home games at Olimpi Stadium. FC Tbilisi were renamed Olimpi Rustavi after merging with second division club FC Rustavi. The club's new name is FC Olimpi Rustavi.
in summer 2008, the two club split up again and played in Pirveli Liga, while the club took the spot from Olimpi B Rustavi.
Founded as FC Olimpi Tbilisi
- 2003: Merged with Merani-91 Tbilisi, as Merani-Olimpi Tbilisi,
- 2003: Renamed as FC Tbilisi
- 2006: Merged with FC Rustavi, Renamed as Olimpi Rustavi.
- 2008: Split up.
- First Team
- 2002-03: Olimpi Tbilisi Regionuli Liga
- 2003-04: FC Tbilisi Umaglesi Liga
- 2004-05: FC Tbilisi Umaglesi Liga
- 2005-06: FC Tbilisi Umaglesi Liga
- 2006-08: part of Olimpi Rustavi
- 2008-09: FC Tbilisi Pirveli Liga
Season League Pos. Pl. W D L GF GA P Cup Europe Notes Manager 2003-04 Umaglesi Liga 4 Quarter-finals FC Tbilisi 2004-05 Umaglesi Liga 3 36 21 6 9 60 40 69 Semi-finals UC 2nd qualifying round FC Tbilisi
- Second Team
- 2003-04: Olimpi Tbilisi Pirveli Liga
- 2004-05: Olimpi Tbilisi Pirveli Liga
- 2005-06: FC Tbilisi B Pirveli Liga
- 2006-07: Olimpi Tbilisi Pirveli Liga
- 2007-08: Olimpi B Rustavi Pirveli Liga
- Third Team
Notable former players
- Nukri Gogokhia (2005–08)
- Revazi Barabadze (2004–06)
- Giorgi Nugzar Chelidze
- Akaki Devadze (2004–05)
- Zaali Eliava
- Revaz Getsadze
- Soso Grishikashvili (2004)
- Gogita Gogua (2003–05)
- Sandro Iashvili (2004–05)
- Lasha Jakobia (2003)
- Revaz Kemoklidze
- Gocha Khojava
- Givi Kvaratshelia
- Beka Shekriladze
|2004–05||UEFA Cup||1R||FC Shamkir||1–0||4–1|
- "Olimpi complete Merani takeover". UEFA.com. 2002-12-30.
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