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Impuls FC

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Impuls FC
Full nameImpuls Football Club
Founded1985
Dissolved2013
GroundDilijan City Stadium, Dilijan
Capacity2,200
Last ownerHakob Hakobyan
Last chairmanTigran Hakobyan
Last coachArmen Gyulbudaghyants
Final season
2012–13

Armenian Premier League, 5th

Impuls Football Club (Armenian: Իմպուլս Ֆուտբոլային Ակումբ), is a defunct Armenian professional football club from the town of Dilijan, Tavush Province. The club used to play in the Armenian Premier League, the top division of the Armenian football. The home ground of Impuls was the Dilijan City Stadium.[1]

History

Impulse FC was originally founded in 1985 during the Soviet days. In 1994, the club was dissolved due to financial difficulties.

In 2009, Impuls FC was revived by the efforts of former member of Armenian Parliament Hakob Hakobyan, as part of the Sport Club Erebuni Dilijan.[2] Based in the town of Dilijan, The home ground of the club was the Dilijan City Stadium. However Impuls played but their latest season at the Armenian football league at the Ayg Stadium of Ararat.

However, the club was dissolved in May 2013, by the decision of the owners.

League record

Season League National Cup Top goalscorer Manager
Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Name League
1990 Soviet Lower Second League 15 18 9 3 6 36 30 21 Armenia Hrachik Khachmanukyan
1991 12 38 12 7 19 60 81 31 Armenia Vladimir Hovakimyan
1992 Armenian Premier League 15 22 13 4 5 54 33 30 Second round Armenia Sergey Hayrbabamyan 28
1993 12 28 8 2 18 42 89 18 Second round Armenia Sergey Hayrbabamyan 12
1994–2008 no participation
2009 Armenian First League 1 24 18 4 2 57 22 58 Quarter-final Armenia Arman Minasyan 17 Armenia Stepan Baghdasaryan
2010 Armenian Premier League 5 28 10 7 11 29 43 37 Quarter-final Brazil Elton Cardozo 6 Armenia Varuzhan Sukiasyan
2011 6 28 10 7 11 37 36 37 Finalist Armenia Zaven Badoyan 8 Armenia Armen Gyulbudaghyants
2012–13 5 42 18 6 18 66 65 60 Quarter-final Armenia Norayr Gyozalyan 21

Managers

References

  1. ^ "Armenia – List of Champions". www.rsssf.com. Retrieved 23 June 2019.
  2. ^ "Impuls FC official website:Our History" (in Armenian).
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