FC MVO Moscow
FC MVO Moscow (Russian: Московский военный округ, Moskovskiy Voyennyi Okrug (MVO)) was a Soviet football club from Moscow, Soviet Union. The club existed after World War II between 1945–53. In 1951–52 it represented the city of Kalinin (today – Tver).
MVO is a Russian abbreviation that stands for the Moscow Military District. Until 1951 it competed in the Class B (Soviet First League) when it received promotion to the Class A (Soviet Top League) for the 1952 season. Next year in 1953, after the death of Joseph Stalin, the club withdrew from competitions after playing only six games.
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