|Ground||David Petriashvili Arena,|
|League||Erovnuli Liga 2|
The clubs has its origins in Gagra, Abkhazia. The current club was founded in Tbilisi by former player and coach Goridze Chikhradze and his cousin in 2004, with a plan to move the club to Gagra in the end, but due to the enduring Abkhaz–Georgian conflict Gagra has played its home games in Tbilisi.
The new club was formed as FC Gagra in 2004 at Regionuli Liga, where the club won promotion to the Pirveli Liga. After winning their second-tier division, Gagra lost the promotion play-off in 2005–06 and 2006–07 and failed to promote to the Umaglesi Liga. In 2007–08, they again lost the promotion play-off, but after some withdrawals in the Umaglesi Liga the team was promoted finally. In the 2008–09 season, the team played in the top league, but were to be relegated in the end. Only after higher placed teams withdrew from the league Gagra weren't relegated. Gagra won the first League of 2010–2011 season, and became the winner of the Georgian Cup, defeating three-time winners FC Torpedo Kutaisi 1–0 after extra time.
League and cup historyEdit
|Season||League||Georgian Cup||Europe||Top goalscorer||Managers|
|2005–06||2nd||3||34||19||11||4||49||22||68||Round of 16||-|
|2007–08||2nd East||1||27||16||6||5||59||36||54||First round||-|
|2008–09||1st||9||30||7||7||16||23||48||28||Round of 32||-|
|2009–10||1st||10||36||5||9||22||30||59||24||Round of 16||-||Giorgi Gabedava||10|
|2011–12||1st||10||36||9||7||20||35||53||34||Semi-final||EL - 2Q||Levan Sharikadze||5|
|2012–13||2nd||4||33||16||5||12||63||46||53||Round of 16||-||John Jeremiah||20|
|2013–14||2nd||4||24||11||9||4||44||25||42||First round||-||Gogita Gogatishvili||10|
|2014–15||2nd||3||35||15||5||15||59||44||50||First round||-||Nika Tsotskhalashvili||8|
|2016||2nd||2||16||9||4||3||29||21||28||First round||-||Levan Papava||13|
|2017||2nd||5||36||16||5||15||46||38||53||Fifth round||-||Nikoloz Khintibidze||15|
- As of match played 21 July 2011
|UEFA Europa League||2||1||0||1||2||3|
|2011–12||UEFA Europa League||2Q||Anorthosis Famagusta||2–0||0–3||2–3|
As of August 2019
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
|Assistant manager||Zviad Jeladze|
|Fitness coach||Shalva Nadiradze|
|Goalkeeping coach||David Mamardashvili|
Shirt sponsors and manufacturersEdit
|Period||Kit manufacturer||Shirt partner|
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- Winners: 2011
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