Year of Founding
Head Coach
Brazevich Aleksandr
224030, Brest, Vorovskogo street 27, 1 floor, office 156
+375 (16) 259-99-66


Foundation year:   1960

Stadium: OSC «Brestski» (10060)

Сolours: white-blue

General Manager: Sergey Vorobyov 

Titles: three time Belarus cup winner (2006/2007; 2016/2017, 2017/2018); two time Belarus Supercup winner (2018, 2019, 2020), Champion of Belarus (2019)

Honours: Belarus championship bronze medals (1992)

Biggest victory in the championship: 7:0 («Torpedo-Kadino», 1996; «Molodechno», 1999)

Heaviest defeat in the championship: 0:7 («Belshina», 2014; «Naftan», 2014)

The most games in the championship: Dmitri Mozolevski (228)

Top scorer in the championship: Roman Vasiliuk – 96

Top scorer in one season: Roman Vasiliuk – 18 (1998)

Most efficient player in the championship: Roman Vasiliuk – 141 (96+45)

Most efficient player in one season: Roman Vasiliuk – 31 (17+14, 1999)

All club names: «Spartak» (1960-1972); «Bug» (1973-1975); «Dinamo» (1976-2011); «Brest» (2012); «Dinamo-Brest» (since 2013)

The club took part in all independent top divsion championships.

The best result for Brest players came in the first season of the independent Belarusian championship. «Dinamo» with Yuri Kurnenin as Head Coach won the bronze medals. In the next seasons the club could only get close to the mentioned result and finished the season fifth (2008, 2009). In 2007 the «white-blues» beat BATE in the cup final  (but unfortuantelly the European club tournaments didnt turn out to be a success: in the first round «Dinamo-Brest» lost to «Metallurg» from Liepaja). In the summer of 2016 the club got a seriours sponsor, which allowed to win back to back Belarusian cups (2016/2017, 2017/2018) and three Supercups (2018, 2019, 2020) and finish the championship fourth in 2017. In the 2019 season, the team from the city over the Bug river ended the dominance of the BATE Borisov and won the championship of Belarus for the first time.