1934 Shirak FC Gyumri [founded as Karmir Drosh Gyumri] 1936 Lori FC Vanadzor Dinamo-Zenit FC Yerevan [founded as Dinamo Yerevan] 1937 FK Ararat-2 Yerevan [founded as Lernagorts Kapan] 1938 Debed Alaverdi [founded as Lokomotiv Alaverdi] 1948 CSKA Yerevan [founded as DO Yerevan] 1954 SC Nairit Yerevan 1955 Esteghlal-Kotayk FC Abovyan [founded as Kotayk Abovyan] 1956 Erebuni FC Yerevan [founded as SKIF Yerevan] 1960 Araks FC Ararat [founded as FK Ararat; dissolved 2004] 1965 Kamrakart Armavir [founded as Sevan Oktemberan Armavir] 1967 Skirak-2 Gyumri Vagharshapat Ejmiadsin [founded as Araks Ejmiadsin] 1977 Arabkir FC Yerevan [founded as Kanaz Yerevan] 1981 Aznavour FC Novemberian [founded as Pakhatsojagorts Novemberian] 1982 Zangezour FC Goris Dvin FC Artashat [founded as Olimpia Artashat] 1985 MIKA FC Ashtarak [founded as Olimpia Ashtarak] Impuls FC Dilijan 1990 Van FC Erevan Lernayin Artsakh FC Yerevan [founded as Shengavit Yerevan] NIG Aparan FC Alashkert Martuni Dinamo Yegvart [founded as Zoravan Yegvart] Kilikia Yerevan [merged 1992 with Malatia Yerevan to Malatia-Kilikia FC Yerevan] Malatia Yerevan [merged 1992 with Kilikia Yerevan to Malatia-Kilikia FC Yerevan] Akhtamar Sevan [dissolved 1993] 1992 Malatia-Kilikia FC Yerevan [merger of Kilikia Yerevan and Matalia Yerevan] 1995 FK Yerevan [founded as Kotayk-2 Abovyan; dissolved 1999] 1996 Pyunik FC Yerevan [founded as Armenikum Yerevan] 1997 Zvarnots-AAL FC Yerevan [founded as Zvarnots Yerevan; dissolved 2003] 1999 FK Gyumri 2003 Banants FC Yerevan [merger of Kotayk Banants and Spartak Yerevan] 2004 Yerevan United FC
Sources: [Grü 95], http://weltfussballarchiv.de/Armenien-Vereinsprofile.html
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