FK Kubanochka Krasnodar was a Russian women's football team, competed in the Russian Women's Football Championship.

Full nameFootball Club Kubanochka Krasnodar
Founded1988 / 2007
GroundTrud Stadium
Kuban Stadium
Andrey-Arena, Afipsky
LeagueRussian championship



Founded in 1988 as Zhemchuzhina Krasnodar, it took its current[clarification needed] shortly after the dissolution of the Soviet Union. Kubanochka chained two consecutive promotions to reach the top division in 1996. In its first season the team ranked 6th.[1] In 2000 Kubanochka was 4th, their best result to date, but the team was disbanded following the end of the season.[2]

The club was reestablished in 2007. The new Kubanochka was 5th in the Second Level in its first season.[3] In 2009 the team was promoted after succeeding in its second try in the promotion play-offs.[4] In its return to the national top division Kubanochka was last with 5 points, but kept its spot as the category was expanded to eight teams.[citation needed]

In 2014 they lost the Russian Cup final to VDV Ryazan.[5]

On 2020 the club has been dissolved.[citation needed]


  1. ^ "Russia 1996 Women". RSSSF. Retrieved 25 August 2017.
  2. ^ Squad and profile in
  3. ^ 2007 table Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation
  4. ^ 2009 play-offs results in
  5. ^ author, hello. ""Рязань-ВДВ" – обладатель Кубка России. Новости. Официальный сайт РФС". Retrieved 25 August 2017. {{cite web}}: |last= has generic name (help)