|Full name||Zvezda-2005 Perm|
|League||Russian women's football championship|
The club is based in the city of Perm and takes its name from men's team Zvezda Perm, which was dissolved in 1997. Zvezda-2005 won both the Russian league and national cup in 2007, and subsequently reached the final of the 2008-09 UEFA Women's Cup, losing to Duisburg.
They also won the Russian league in 2008 and 2009, making it three titles in a row. In 2010 they were third, failing to qualify to the Champions League.
- Main article: Russian women's football clubs in international football
- All results (home and away) list Zvezda's goal tally first.
|2008–09||UEFA Women's Cup||Qualifying Stage||8–0||Gintra Universitetas|
|2009–10||UEFA Champions League||Round of 32||3–0, 5–0||Sarajevo|
|Round of 16||0–0, 1–1||Røa|
|2010–11||Round of 32||2–1, 2–1||Apollon Limassol|
|Round of 16||1–1, 4–0||Røa|
|Quarter-Finals||0–0, 0–1||Olympique Lyon|
|2014–15||Round of 32||5–2, 3–1||Stjarnan|
|Round of 16||0–5, 3–0||Linköpings|
|2015–16||Round of 32||3–1, 3–1||Stjarnan|
|Round of 16||1–2, 0–0||Slavia Praha|
|2016–17||Round of 32||0–2, 0–4||Manchester City|
|2017–18||Round of 32||1–0, 0–2||Montpellier|
|2018–19||Round of 32||0–3, 0–1||LSK Kvinner|
- As of 4 April 2019
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- Armenia: Kristine Aleksanyan
- Azerbaijan: Olga Vasilyeva
- Cameroon: Claudine Meffometou
- Ivory Coast: Josée Nahi
- Kazakhstan: Irina Saratovtseva
- Netherlands: Petra Hogewoning
- Nigeria: Ifeanyi Chiejine
- Russia: Natalia Barbashina, Maria Dyatchkova, Olesya Kurochkina, Tatyana Skotnikova, Valentina Savchenkova, Elena Suslova, Ksenia Tsybutovich
- South Africa: Busisiwe Indimeni, Lena Mosebo
- Ukraine: Olha Boychenko, Vera Djatel, Hanna Kostraba, Olena Khodyreva, Alla Lyshafay, Ludmila Pekur, Natalia Zinchenko