Belshyna Babruysk

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Belschyna Babrujsk
Belschina Bobrusik
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Basic data
Surname FK Belschyna Babrujsk
FK Belschina Bobrusik
Seat Babruysk , Belarus
founding 1977
president Hennady Varaksa
First soccer team
Head coach Alexander Sednev
Venue Spartak Stadium , Babruysk
Places 4600
league Wyschejschaja Liha
2019   1st place, Perschaja Liha

The FK Belschyna Babrujsk ( Belarusian Белшына Бабруйск , Russian Белшина Бобруйск / Belschina Bobruisk ) is a football club from the Belarusian city of Babruysk . The Belarusian champions from 2001 and three-time cup winners have been playing in the Vysheyschaya Liha , the top division in the country, again after three years of being in the second division.


FK Belshyna Babrujsk was founded in 1977 under the name Schinnik Babrujsk . In 1995, it was named the state tire manufacturer Belshina ( Belarusian Белшына / Belschyna).

Twice, in 1978 and 1982, the club was champion of the Belarusian league within the Soviet Union . After the collapse of the Soviet Union and the subsequent independence of Belarus , he was first two seasons in second class before he was promoted to the Wyschejschaja Liha in 1993. Between 1996 and 1998 Belschyna was represented in the top group for the first time with a second and two third places, in 1997 the team also won their first title in the Belarusian Cup with a 2-0 final victory over Dinamo-93 Minsk . In the 1997/98 European Cup Winners' Cup , Belschyna prevailed in qualifying against Tallinna Sadam and reached the first main round of an international competition for the only time so far, where they failed to Lokomotiv Moscow .

The Belarusian Cup victory could be repeated in 1999 by beating Slavija Mazyr on penalties. The most successful year in the club's history was 2001, when the club won the championship called Tschempijanat for the only time with a three point lead over Dinamo Minsk and made the double with a 1-0 in the cup final against Slavija Mazyr. In the following years it was no longer possible to build on the successes. In 2004 they were relegated from the top division, a year later they were directly promoted again and in 2006 they were relegated again to the second-class Perschaja Liha . After a 4th place in 2007 and a 3rd place in 2008, the team won the championship there in the 2009 season and the associated promotion to the Wyschejschaja Liha, where it was able to place in midfield in 2010.


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