Club name: Dinamo Minsk football club
Team name: Dinamo
Country: Republic Of Belarus
Year of foundation: 1927
About team: Academy players in the first team: Sergey Ignatovich (goalkeeper), Sergey Karpovich (defender), Andrey Zaleskiy (defender), Oleg Veretilo (defender), Nikita Korzun (midfielder), Gleb Rassadkin (forward)
"Dinamo" Minsk has always been known for its pupils, who sucessfully play for the club level and for the National Belorussian teams of different ages. Including the main team of the country.
Currently in the Department of youth football development of FC Dinamo-Minsk there are 13 groups of different ages (1996 - 2008 years of birth),in which 360 pupils are practicing.
Dinamo teams traditionally play leading roles on youth tournaments of the cities and countries. The eldest ones (1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 years of birth) took part in the Youth Tournament of Belorussia. The youngest ages (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 years of birth) participate in Minsk Championship.
Dinamo players of 1997 year of birth took part in Minsk Championship and won the trophy twice, once became silver and once bronze medalists. Often the team participated in the tournaments among the elder footballers both in Belorussian Tournament and in theinternational ones.
In 2011 they became the triumphers of the tournament in Poland, where they won againts the team of 1996 year of birth.
Three footballers of the team: a goalkeeper Artem Bely, forwards Roman Uzepchuk and Evgeny Velko – played for the second team "Dinamo" (Minsk), also they are the players of the Youth Belorussian Team. Besides it defenders Borisenko, Vashkevich, Chizh and half-backs Loikov, Mamonko, Lukashevich, Podberezskiy and forward Lukianov are involved in the team.
Gennady Lesun is a former Sovietic and Belorussian footballer, a defender and a player of the Belorussian National team manages the team since 2013. Mikhail Mustygin helps Gennady, he has been working in "Dinamo" (Minsk) since 2007.
USSR Champion: 1982
Belarusian Premier League: 1992, 1992/93, 1993/94, 1994/95, 1995, 1997, 2004
Belarusian Cup: 1992, 1994, 2003