NB: only for teams ever to appear at 1st level; periods only indicate seasons in which clubs were part of the 1st level. current (or last) name period name Akhtamar Sevan 1992 Akhtamar Sevan Alashkert Martuni 1992 Alashkert Martuni Arabkir Yerevan 1992-1994 KanAZ 1996 Arabkir Yerevan Araks Armavir 1992 Araks Armavir Ararat Yerevan since 1992 Ararat Yerevan Aznavour Noyemberian 1992 Aznavour Noyemberian 1994-1996 Aznavour Noyemberian Banants Yerevan 1992-1994 Banants Abovian since 2001 Banants Yerevan BKMA Yerevan 1996 BKMA Yerevan BMA-Arayi Ejmiatsin 1992-1993 Zvartnots Ejmiatsin 1994 BMA-Arayi Ejmiatsin Debed Alaverdi 1992 Debed Alaverdi Dinamo-2000 Yerevan 2000 Dinamo Yerevan since 2001 Dinamo-2000 Yerevan Dvin Artashat 1997-1999 Dvin Artashat Erebuni-HMM Yerevan  1992-1994 HMM-Fima Yerevan 1995-1997 HMM Yerevan 1997-1999 Erebuni-HMM Yerevan FA Armavir  since 2003 FA Armavir FA Giumri  1995-1996 Ararats Giumri 1998 Shirak-2 Giumri 1999 FA Giumri FA Yerevan  1995 Kotaik-2 Abovian 1995-1999 FA Yerevan Impuls Dilijan 1992-1993 Impuls Dilijan Kilikia Yerevan  1999-2000 Kilikia Yerevan Kilikia-1992 Yerevan 1992 Kilikia-1992 Yerevan Kotaik Abovian 1992-1997 Kotaik Abovyan since 2001 Kotaik Abovyan Lernagorts Kapan 1992 Siunik Kapan since 2000 Lernagorts Kapan Lernayin Artsakh Yerevan 1993-1995 Yerezanq Yerevan 1995-2001 Gharabagh Yerevan since 2002 Lernayin Artsakh Yerevan Lori Vanadzor 1992 Lori Vanadzor 1994 Lori Vanadzor 1997 Lori Vanadzor 2001-2002 Lori Vanadzor Malatia-Kilikia Yerevan 1992 Malatia Yerevan 1993 Malatia-Kilikia Yerevan Mika Ashtarak 1992-1993 Kasakh Ashtarak since 2000 Mika Ashtarak Nairit Yerevan 1992 Nairi Yerevan 1993-1994 Nairit Yerevan Nig Aparan 1992 Nig Aparan Pyunik Yerevan  1992-1995 Homenetmen Yerevan 1995-1998 Pyunik Yerevan 2001-2002 Pyunik Yerevan Shengavit Yerevan 1992 Shengavit Yerevan Shirak Giumri since 1992 Shirak Giumri Spartak Yerevan 1993-1999 Tsement Yerevan 2000 Araks Ararat start 2001 Araks Yerevan since mid-2001 Spartak Yerevan Van Yerevan 1992-1997 Van Yerevan Zangezur Goris 1994-1997 Zangezur Goris Zoravan Yeghvard 1992 Zoravan Yeghvard Zvartnots Yerevan since 1999 Zvartnots Yerevan  HMM alternatively rendered as Homenmen.  Pyunik Yerevan were renamed Kilikia for 1999 and reappeared after Armenikum Yerevan, promoted in the 2000 season, had their place taken or bought by Pyunik for 2001. The connection between the two versions of Pyunik is strenous but the FA insists they are one and the same club.  FA abbreviates Futbolayin Akumb (meaning Football Club) and is sometimes rendered FC or FK.  Kilikia supposedly were the new name for Pyunik but did not participate in the 2000 season after failing to pay the registration fee and disappeared, Pyunik taking the guise of Armenikum Yerevan.
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