|Full name||FC Arsenal-Kyivschyna Bila Tserkva|
|Ground|| Trudovi Reservy Stadium, Bila Tserkva |
Volodymyr Melnyk Stadium, Obukhiv
|League||Second League, Group A|
|Departments of SC Arsenal|
FC Arsenal-Kyivshchyna Bila Tserkva (Ukrainian : Арсенал-Київщина Біла Церква) was a Ukrainian professional team from Bila Tserkva in Kyiv Oblast. Previous name was FC Arsenal Bila Tserkva until June 2013.
The football club was formed in 2006 and entered the Ukrainian Second League in 2007. The football club is part of a bigger sports club "ArsenalBC" based in Bila Tserkva and which specialized in triathlon events and well as cross country running and bicycle racing.
In 2009 FC Arsenal was promoted to the Ukrainian First League via a playoff game.While based in Bila Tserkva, FC Arsenal also plays its games in Obukhiv which is located closer to Kyiv.
The club was relegated to the Ukrainian Second League after the 2012–13 season.
The club's training grounds are located in the village of Shkarivka, Kyiv Oblast around six miles (10 km) away from Bila Tserkva. Its main sponsor is one of the biggest furniture companies in Ukraine, the owner of which is the president of the club, Yuriy Horobets. Until the 2009–2010 season its home games the club were played in the neighboring city of Obukhiv, Kyiv Oblast. Finally the administration of the club managed to lease the locally available municipal stadium, Trudovi Reservy (the Central Children-Youth Sport Arena "Trudovi Reservy"), in Bila Tserkva for the 2009–2010 season. After the club's promotion to the First League, the club was allowed also to use the stadium for some training, although for a limited time.
Trudovi Reservy has an electronic display and some stadium roofing. The stadium is the property of the city and is co-sponsored by the regional football federation, Kyiv Oblast Football Federation along with the city administration. The stadium is primarily designated for the development of the amateur football, in particular the youth teams.
Arsenal bought its own city's sport grounds in 2009 for the construction of its home arena, which is forecasted to have a capacity of 5,000 people. The construction of its playing grounds started in 2009. The club's colours are red and white.
|2007||4th||4||8||2||3||3||8||6||9||Admitted to Druha Liha|
|2007–08||3rd "A"||7||30||13||7||10||28||31||46||1/64 finals|
|2008–09||3rd "A"||2||32||21||4||7||51||30||67||1/32 finals||Promoted|
Football Club Arsenal Kyiv is a Ukrainian football club based in Kyiv. In 2019 the club's professional team was dissolved, but its junior teams continue to compete in city competitions. The club claims to be a successor of Kyiv Arsenal factory team which traces its history back to 1925. The original factory team used to compete in the Soviet Class B, but was relegated in 1964 and its teams of masters was officially dissolved.
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