Pyunik Training Centre

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FC Pyunik Training Centre
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Coordinates40°10′55″N 44°29′24″E / 40.18194°N 44.49000°E / 40.18194; 44.49000Coordinates: 40°10′55″N 44°29′24″E / 40.18194°N 44.49000°E / 40.18194; 44.49000
OwnerRuben Hayrapetyan
OperatorFC Pyunik
TypeFootball training facility
FC Pyunik (training)

Pyunik Training Centre is the training ground and academy base of the Armenian football club FC Pyunik. It was opened in 2004 on the grounds of the former Kilikia Football School in the Kentron District of the capital Yerevan.[1]

The centre is used for youth and senior teams trainings. It occupies an area of 48,000 m².


With a total area of 48,000 m², the centre is home to the following facilities:

  • Pyunik Stadium with an artificial turf and a capacity of 780 seats, the home ground of Pyunik-2; the reserve team of Pyunik.
  • 2 full-size natural grass pitches.
  • 2 seven-a-side (1 with artificial turf) and 2 five-a-side pitches.
  • Indoor facilities housing the club headquarters and a service centre with gymnasium.