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FC Mika

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Full name  Football Club Mika
Ground  Mika Stadium, Yerevan
Owner  Mikhail Baghdasarov
Arena/Stadium  Mika Stadium
Founded  1985
Dissolved  2016
Ground Capacity  7,250
Chairman  Armen Petikyan
League  Armenian Premier League
Manager  Armen Shahgeldyan
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Football Club Mika (Armenian: Ֆուտբոլային Ակումբ Միկա), commonly known as Mika, is a defunct Armenian football club from the capital Yerevan. It was owned by the Mika Corporation LLC headed by the Russia-based Armenian businessman Mikhail Baghdasarov. The club headquarters were located on Manandyan street 41, Yerevan.

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History

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The club was founded in 1999 as Mika-Kasagh Ashtarak in the town of Ashtarak by the owner of Mika Corporation LLC, Mikhail Baghdasarov. In 2000, they achieved their 1st domestic title, winning the Armenian Independence Cup.

In 2007, Mika relocated from Ashtarak to Yerevan. They were based at their own newly-built stadium in Yerevan.

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However, by the end of the 2015–16 Armenian Premier League season, the club announced its retirement form professional football due to financial as well as non-financial difficulties.

European history

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Mika participated several times in the UEFA Cup qualification matches. Their best result was in 2007, when they advanced to the second qualifying round as defeating MTK Budapest, but did not advance further as they lost to the Slovak club Petržalka.

As of 11 July 2014

  • Home results are noted in bold
  • Stadium

    Prior to its relocation from Ashtarak to Yerevan between 1999 and 2007, the Kasaghi Marzik Stadium was the home venue of the team between 2008 and 2016, FC Mika played their home games at the Mika Stadium opened in 2008 and located in the Shengavit District of Yerevan. The stadium has a capacity of 7,250 seats.

    Achievements

  • Armenian Cup (6): 2000, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2011
  • Armenian Supercup (2): 2005, 2012
  • Last squad

    As of 3 March 2016 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

    Mika-2

    FC Mika's reserve squad play as FC Mika-2 in the Armenian First League. They also play their home games at the Mika Stadium.

    As of 19 February 2016

    Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

    Manager: Hakob Mkryan

    References

    FC Mika Wikipedia


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