FC Viktoriya Maryina Gorka
|Full name||Football Club Viktoriya Maryina Gorka|
|Ground||City Stadium, Maryina Gorka, Minsk Voblast, Belarus|
|League||Belarusian Second League|
The team was founded in 1990 as FC Belarus Maryina Gorka, and until 1991 they played in the lower levels of the Belarusian SSR league. In 1992 Belarus joined the newly created Belarusian First League. After the 1992–93 season Belarus withdrew to amateur level due to lack of funds. They returned to the professional level in 1996, when they changed their name to Energiya-TEC-5 Maryina Gorka and joined Belarusian Second League. The next year Energiya-TEC-5 relocated to the neighbour village Druzhny, and after the end of 1997 season the team was disbanded.
The club was reformed to play in Minsk Oblast league as Zvezda Maryina Gorka from 2002 till 2005 and again since 2010. Between 2010 and 2012 the club was known as Zvezda Pukhovichi, and during 2013–2014 as Zvezda-RFOC-Viktoriya Pukhovichi, representing the neighboring town of Pukhovichi, 6 km northeast from Maryina Gorka.
In 2015 the club rejoined Belarusian Second League for the first time since 1997 as Viktoriya Maryina Gorka.
As of September 2018
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