|12 Mar 22||Zimbru Chisinau ||-|| Bălți|
|19 Mar 22||Bălți ||-|| Florești|
|02 Apr 22||Bălți ||-|| Sheriff Tiraspol|
|09 Apr 22||FC Milsami ||-|| Bălți|
|17 Apr 22||Bălți ||-|| Sfântul Gheorghe|
|27 Nov 21||Bălți|| ||1 - 2|| ||Petrocub Hîncești|
|20 Nov 21||Dinamo-Auto Tiraspol|| ||1 - 0|| ||Bălți|
|05 Nov 21||Sfântul Gheorghe|| ||1 - 0|| ||Bălți|
|30 Oct 21||Bălți|| ||0 - 1|| ||FC Milsami|
|23 Oct 21||Sheriff Tiraspol|| ||2 - 0|| ||Bălți|
FC Bălți is a Moldovan football club based in Bălți, Moldova. They play in the Moldovan National Division, the top division of Moldovan football. Between 1992 and 2014 the team was known as Olimpia.
The club was founded in 1984 as FC Zarya (Russian: ФК Заря Бельцы), and in 1991, when Moldova gained its independence, the club was renamed to FC Olimpia Bălți. In July 2014 it was decided to return to the old name - FC Zaria Bălți.
FC Bălți gained worldwide notoriety in December 2009 for putting an online bid through which the winner would awarded a one-year contract as a player with the club. The winner was a Brazilian businessman who had a brief career as a footballer in his native country. Nevertheless, the winning bidder declined the position stating that, since he never paid the application fee, he assumed his bid would not be taken into account. In April 2010 the club called for a new bidding round. The winner was never announced, though.
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