2000 in Armenian football was the ninth season of independent football after the split-up from the Soviet Union. The Armenian Premier League for 2000 existed of 8 teams of which the lowest ranked teams would relegate to the Armenian First League. The seventh ranked team would enter the promotion/relegation play-off with the second ranked team of the First League. However it was decided that none of the Premier League teams would be relegated and four clubs were promoted from the First League, as well as FC Banants that was given a place at the highest level for the 2001 season. In the last few weeks Ararat, Zvartnots-AAL, Dinamo and Mika all refused to play once or more times as they were demanding fair play and claiming that referees penalised them repeatedly in favour of Araks that eventually won the title due to the awarded 3-0 victories in their favour.
Dinamo Yerevan and FC Mika are promoted.
Tsement Ararat changed their name to Araks Ararat.
FC Yerevan and Erebuni FC both withdrew before start of the season.
As a result, Kilikia who were originally relegated kept their place.
FC Lernagorts Kapan were additionally promoted to have an eight team competition.
The merger between Kasakh and Mika was dissolved, causing Mika to stay in the Premier League and FC Kasakh to be disbanded. FC Kasakh still keeps its name, logo, history and statistics, while FC Mika becomes a new club, established in 1999.
2000 in Armenian football Wikipedia
Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = PointsFC Armenicum, Dinamo-2000 Yerevan, and Tavush Ijevan are introduced to the league.
Kotayk returned to professional football.
Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points