CSK VVS Samara (women's football club)
CSK VVS Samara was a Russian women's football club from Samara. Founded in 1988 in the Kazakh SSR, it took part in the two editions of the Soviet championship as SKA Almaty, but following the collapse of the Soviet Union it was relocated to Togliatti and then Samara.
|Full name||FC CSK VVS Samara|
CSK VVS was one of the most successful teams in the new Russian women's football championship, winning three titles between 1993 and 1996, and a fourth one in 2001. The team made its European debut the following year, but it was disbanded in 2004.
- For a detailed international record see Russian women's football clubs in international football
|2002-03||UEFA Women's Cup
|4-0||Innsbrucker Athletic Club-FC Tiroler Loden||Dyatchkova 7', Kremleva 31', Egorova 65', Dzharbolova 69'|
|3-0||1º Dezembro||Kremleva 2', 33', Grigorieva 76'|
|Quarter-finals||0-2||Arsenal||Petko 5' (o.g.), MacDonald 14'|
|1-1||Kremleva 26' — Maggs 17'|