FC Starye Dorogi
|Full name||FC Starye Dorogi|
|Ground||Stroitel Stadium, Starye Dorogi|
|League||Minsk Oblast League (Amateur)|
FC Starye Dorogi was formed in 1986 as Vympel Starye Dorogi and started playing in Belarusian SSR Top League the same year. In 1987, the team was renamed to Stroitel Starye Dorogi.
Since 1992, Stroitel was playing in the Belarusian Premier League. They spent there three seasons until the relegation in 1994. Since then the club's results were getting progressively worse. Between 1994 and 1997, Stroitel was playing in the Belarusian First League. In 1996, they lost all 24 games and finished in last, 13th place, but were saved from relegation due to the First League expansion to 16 teams. In 1997, they again finished last and got relegated to the Second League.
Stroitel played in the Second league until 2000. Since 2000, they changed their name to FC Starye Dorogi, and since 2001, they play on amateur level in Minsk Oblast Top League, which is a part of KFK (4th level of Belarusian league system).
- 1986: formed as Vympel Starye Dorogi
- 1987: renamed to Stroitel Starye Dorogi
- 2000: renamed to Starye Dorogi
League and Cup historyEdit
|1992–93||1st||14||32||7||9||16||21–42||23||Round of 16|
|1995||2nd||13||14||3||3||8||12–26||12||Round of 32|
|1997||2nd||16||30||0||5||25||14–81||5||Round of 32||Relegated|
|1998||3rd||12||30||8||5||17||27–48||29||Round of 32|
- 1 Finished last but saved from relegation due to league expansion from 13 to 16 teams.
- 2 Last round match cancelled and never replayed.
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