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Zvartnots-AAL FC

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Zvartnots-AAL
Full nameZvartnots Armenian Airlines Football Club
Founded1997
Dissolved2003
GroundErebuni Stadium, Yerevan
Capacity544
ChairmanArthur Mnatsakanyan
ManagerSamvel Khasaboglian
2002Armenian Premier League, 7th

Zvartnots-AAL Football Club (Armenian: Զվարթնոց-ՀԱՈւ Ֆուտբոլային Ակումբ – Zvartnots-AAL Futbolayin Akumb), is a defunct Armenian football club, from the capital Yerevan, represented the Armenian Airlines.

History

The club was founded on February, 1997 by the Armenian Airlines, the state-owned flag carrier of Armenia. It made its debut in Armenian football in the 1997 Armenian First League, where they finished on 8th position. The team produced its first notable result in the 1998 Armenian First League, where it became the league's champions and won promotion to the Armenian Premier League. In a few years Zvartnots-AAL would become one of the main contenders to the Premier League title. In their first Premier League season they reached the fourth spot, while in 2001 they became second after FC Pyunik. In the 2003 season they would still be among the Premier League clubs, however they withdrew before the season began and disbanded. They have been inactive ever since.

Zvartnots-AAL in European cups

As of July, 2009.

Competition Pld W D L GF GA
UEFA Cup 2 1 0 1 3 6
Season Competition Round Club 1st leg 2nd leg
2002/03 UEFA Cup QR Slovenia NK Primorje 1–6 2 – 0
  • Home results are noted in bold

References

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