|Home arena||Sports Palace Tyumen (3,300 seats)|
|Head coach||Miskhat Fakhrutdinov|
|Affiliate(s)||Tyumen Legion (MHL)|
The club's direct predecessor was a team called Vodnik Tyumen. It participated in lower levels of the Soviet hockey championship representing a Tyumen shipbuilding plant. In 1972, its place was taken by a team called Rubin ("Ruby") that began to represent a Tyumen automobile plant. It participated in the second group of the USSR championship "A". That in the seventies for the first time declared themselves Alexander Kuzmin, Nikolai Kornoukhov, Yuri Samovarov, Gennady Samopalnikov, Yuri Perezhogin, Valery Pashnin, Yuri Konovalov.Trenirovali "Ruby" Evgeny Subbotin, Vladimir Shumkov, Yury Konovalov.
In 1995, it was reestablished as Gazovik Tyumen and changed its name back to Rubin Tyumen in 2010. In 2011, Rubin became the first VHL champions.
IHL Championship (1): 1996
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