|27 Feb 22||PFC Sochi ||-|| Arsenal Tula|
|06 Mar 22||Krylya Sovetov ||-|| Arsenal Tula|
|11 Mar 22||Arsenal Tula ||-|| Dinamo Moscow|
|18 Mar 22||Zenit St ||-|| Arsenal Tula|
|01 Apr 22||Arsenal Tula ||-|| Terek Grozny|
|21 Jan 22||Szeged-Csanád|| ||2 - 1|| ||Arsenal Tula|
|11 Dec 21||CSKA Moscow|| ||2 - 0|| ||Arsenal Tula|
|05 Dec 21||Khimki FK|| ||1 - 2|| ||Arsenal Tula|
|29 Nov 21||Arsenal Tula|| ||3 - 1|| ||Lok. Moscow|
|21 Nov 21||Dinamo Moscow|| ||5 - 1|| ||Arsenal Tula|
FC Arsenal Tula (Russian: ФК Арсенал Тула) are a Russian football team from Tula playing in the Russian Football Premier League.
Originally founded in 1946, FC Arsenal Tula were promoted to the Russian Premier League in 2014 for the first time in their history after finishing as runners-up in the 2013–14 Russian National Football League. This achievement marked three successive promotions for the club. On their debut season in the 2014–15 Russian Premier League, they finished in last place and were relegated back to the FNL. The club spent one season in the FNL before returning to the Premier League for the 2016–17 season, which they have competed in ever since.
The team currently plays their home games in Arsenal Stadium, which has a capacity of 19,241.
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