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Minsk, BelarusNicknamesCompetitionsBelarus Vyscha LigaLast Edit
Belarus Vyscha Liga /
Isloch Minsk Raion
| 02 Dec ||FC Minsk || - || Isloch Minsk|
| 25 Nov ||Isloch Minsk || ||3 - 2 || ||Energetik-BGU Minsk|
| 10 Nov ||Gomel || ||0 - 2 || ||Isloch Minsk|
| 04 Nov ||Isloch Minsk || ||2 - 1 || ||Shakhter Soligorsk|
| 28 Oct ||Neman Grodno || ||0 - 0 || ||Isloch Minsk|
| 21 Oct ||Isloch Minsk || ||5 - 1 || ||Naftan Novopolotsk|
FC Isloch Minsk Raion (Belarusian: ФК Іслач, FK Islach; Russian: ФК Ислочь) is a Belarusian football club based in Minsk, although they officially represent Minsk Raion and named after Islach River.Team Members
The team was founded in 2007 as an amateur club. From 2007 till 2011 they played in the Minsk Oblast championship. In 2012, they joined the Belarusian Second League and after finishing 3rd in their debut season they won a promotion to the First League.
Isloch represented Belarus at the 2013 UEFA Regions' Cup. They have won their qualifying group and advanced to the final phase of the competition, which was held in June 2013. The team has turned professional since their promotion to the Belarusian First League and they played in the finals with mostly reserve squad.
In 2015, Isloch was promoted to the Belarusian Premier League for the first time in its history.
In August 2016, it was alleged that Isloch Minsk Raion assistant manager, Uladzimir Makowski, and players Alyaksandr Lebedzew, Alyaksandr Tsishkevich, Aleksandr Budakov, Aleksandr Alumona and Andrey Paryvayew were involved in fixing their match with Dinamo Brest on 30 April 2016.
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FC Minsk Stadium is a football stadium in Minsk, Belarus. It is a home ground of FC Minsk. The stadium holds 3,000 people.
The stadium was built at the same location as former Kamvolschik Stadium, which was most recently used for lower leagues, youth and reserve teams matches. By mid-2000s it had been largely abandoned and was slowly decaying. In the past, the stadium was used for Belarusian SSR league games and as an occasional substitute pitch for Belarusian Premier League and Belarusian Cup games by various clubs.
In 2011 Kamvolschik Stadium was demolished. The new FC Minsk Stadium was built between 2012 and 2015 and opened in May 2015. Since then it was used primarily as a home venue by FC Minsk, as well as their women's team. Additionally, the stadium hosted FC Minsk women's team UEFA Women's Champions League home matches as well as UEFA Youth League matches by FC Minsk youth squad.Trophies Fanart