|Full name||FK Khujand|
|Ground||20-Letie Nezavisimosti Stadium
FK Khujand was established in 1976 on basis of a team known as Pomir which was previously known as Miner. The first head coach of the team was Vladimir Burin. FK Khujand competed in Central Asian Championship B League for 15 years. FK Khujand held home matches in Spartak Stadium which was located in the heart of the city. The best performance of FK Khujand in this competition were 8th place in 1983 and 1986 runners-up in 1990 and third-place finish in 1991. Since independence of Tajikistan from USSR, FK Khujand has won the Tajik Cup on three occasions 1998, 2002 and 2008.
|Season||League||Tajik Cup||Top goalscorer||Manager|
|2012||8||24||8||6||10||29||44||30||Round of 16|
As of 11 September 2014.
|1998–1999||Asian Cup Winners' Cup||First round – West Asia||Pakhtakor Tashkent||1–1||1–4||2–5|
|1999–2000||Asian Cup Winners' Cup||First round – West Asia||Kaisar||0–3||3–0||(p)3–3|
|2016||AFC Cup||Play-off round||Ahli Al-Khaleel||–||0-1||–|
- Tajik Cup (3)
- 1998, 2002, 2008
- As of 4 January 2016
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- "Худжанд подал заявку для участия в Кубке АФК-2016". http://fft.tj/ (in Russian). Tajikistan Football Federation. 4 January 2016. Retrieved 4 January 2016. External link in
- Official club website (Tajik)
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