|Full name||Football Club Smolevichi|
|Ground||Ozyorny Stadium, Smolevichi|
|Manager||Aleksey Mikhaylov (caretaker)|
|League||Belarusian First League|
|2020||Belarusian Premier League, 16th (relegated)|
The team was founded in 2009 as Vigvam Smolevichi. The same year, they debuted in the Minsk Oblast championship. In 2010, they joined the Belarusian Second League. They were renamed to Smolevichi in 2011 and to Smolevichi-STI in 2012. Smolevichi-STI won the 2012 Second League season, and have been playing in the First League since 2013. In January 2016, they reached the agreement with BATE Borisov to become Borisov's team farm club, although the partnership only lasted for one season.
In 2017, Smolevichi-STI finished second in the First League and were promoted. They made their Belarusian Premier League debut in 2018. In January 2018, they reverted their name back to FC Smolevichi.
In 2020, the club rejoined the top tier after finishing in 2nd place in the 2019 First League.
- 2009: founded as Vigvam Smolevichi
- 2011: renamed to Smolevichi
- 2012: renamed to Smolevichi-STI
- 2018: renamed to FC Smolevichi
As of February 2021
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- "О клубе — ФК Смолевичи". fcsmolevichi.by.
- Official Website (in Russian)