FC Volga Ulyanovsk
|Full name||Football Club Volga Ulyanovsk|
|League||Russian Professional Football League, Group 4|
|2019–20||Zone Ural-Privolzhye, 8th|
FC Volga Ulyanovsk (Russian: ФК «Во́лга» Улья́новск) is a professional association football club based in Ulyanovsk, Russia. In 2008, they were relegated to the Russian Second Division 2009 after they finished 17th in Russian First Division. In December 2008, Volga signed a partnership agreement with Floriana FC of Malta, the most successful club in Maltese football.
Their reserve team FC Volga-d Ulyanovsk used to play professionally as FC Energiya Ulyanovsk.
Club name and location history
- 1947–1957: FC Torpedo Ulyanovsk
- 1958: FC Dynamo Ulyanovsk
- 1959–1961: FC Spartak Ulyanovsk
- 1961–1985: FC Volga Ulyanovsk
- 1986–1991: FC Start Ulyanovsk
- 1992–1995: FC Tekstilshchik Isheyevka
- 1996–2005: FC Volga Ulyanovsk
- 2006: FC Volga-Energiya Ulyanovsk (the reserves team currently known as FC Volga-d Ulyanovsk played as FC Volga-Energiya Ulyanovsk in the Amateur Football League in 2007)
- 2007–present: FC Volga Ulyanovsk
As of 5 August 2020, according to the official PFL website.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- Official website (in Russian)
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