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We’re one big family.

There are more than a thousand of us! Footballers of men’s and women’s teams of the major leagues, young academy players, coaches, administration – all of us are the football club Minsk.



The beginning of the path

On June 19, 1954, on the orders of the Chairman of the Committee on Physical Culture and Sport, a youth football school was established on the basis of the Institute of Sport. Similar schools were established in other cities of the country: Moscow, Leningrad, Kiev, Tbilisi and Tashkent. Initially, the team participated in the competition for the prizes of the newspaper “The Banner of Youth”, which at that time was called “Stalin Youth”.

Almost immediately the team took part in the draw of the BSSR championship, which at that time took place in three stages. Having played well in the first two previous stages, the team won the right to play in the final draw, which was held in Vitebsk, and at which seven teams gathered. With five wins in six matches, the club became champions, and the symbolic list of the best 33 players of the competition for a third was occupied by the players of the youth football school.


Andrey Vasilevich



Alexander Yakimov

Vice Chairman for Ideological Work, Regime and Security


Andrey Filippovich

Director of football and baseball



FC Minsk Stadium


The stadium of the Minsk football club was built in 2015. It can hold 3,050 spectators. A field with artificial turf. It is the home arena for the men’s team from December 1 to April 30 and for the women’s team of the club.

Minsk, St. Mayakovskogo, 127/3


Built in the 1950s. During the 1980 Olympics, Tractor became the Olympic reserve arena. He has undergone several reconstructions. Capacity – 17,600 people. A field with a natural coating.

Minsk, St. Vaneeva, 3

Tractor Stadium
Torpedo Stadium


Torpedo is a football stadium in Minsk, built in 1958. The grandstands have a capacity of 5,200 people. It is a training base for the club’s teams. A field with a natural coating.

Minsk, St. Kotovskogo, 2

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