FC Luninets is a Belarusian football club based in Luninets, Brest Region.

FC Luninets
Full nameFootball Club Luninets
Founded1999
GroundLuninets, Brest Region, Belarus
ManagerViktor Grinevich
LeagueBelarusian Second League
20225th (Brest Oblast)

History edit

FC Luninets was founded in 1999 and joined Belarusian Second League the same year. The team quickly overshadowed local rivals Polesye Luninets (who were already playing in Second League for several seasons) and earned a promotion to the First League from the first attempt.[1]

Luninets fought for the promotion in their debut First League season, but ultimately finished second, losing the race to Molodechno. At the end of the year the team folded due to lack of financing.

During their short history the team was led by coach Yakov Shapiro.[2]

At some point after their withdrawal from the First League they started playing in Brest Oblast league as an amateur team. In 2021 they rejoined Belarusian Second League.

Current squad edit

As of February 2024

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
GK   BLR Vladislav Birukevich
GK   BLR Denis Grib
GK   BLR Aleksandr Oleshkevich
GK   BLR Andrey Sholomitskiy
DF   BLR Artem Abramchuk
DF   BLR Petr Voytekhovskiy
DF   BLR Anton Konopatskiy
DF   BLR Ruslan Konopatskiy
DF   BLR Vitaliy Kuzmich
DF   BLR Mikhail Sanyukovich
DF   BLR Ilya Sidorevich
DF   BLR Viktor Ulasevich
MF   BLR Stanislav Busko
MF   BLR Vladislav Knyrevich
MF   BLR Dmitriy Kovshik
No. Pos. Nation Player
MF   BLR Ilya Korovayevich
MF   BLR Stanislaw Kuzmin
MF   BLR Mikalay Lahun
MF   BLR Artem Lukashevich
MF   BLR Maksim Lukashevich
MF   BLR Ryhor Tarasevich
MF   BLR Nikita Tropets
MF   BLR Konstantin Shilovets
MF   BLR Andrey Yarutich
FW   BLR Viktor Velesyuk
FW   BLR Nikita Yeroshkin
FW   BLR Maksim Karpets
FW   BLR Anton Konopatskiy
FW   BLR Nikolay Simonovich
FW   BLR Fedor Stakhovets

References edit

  1. ^ "Belarus 1999". RSSSF.
  2. ^ "ТРЕНЕРСКАЯ ЛЕТУЧКА. Шестнадцать полководцев мечтают о громких победах". Прессбол.