Next match Slutsk (away) November 26 (13:00)
  • USSR Champion 1982.

    The main success in the history of our club is the victory in the championship of the Soviet Union in 1982.

  • Seven-time champion of Belarus: 1992, 1992/1993, 1993/1994, 1994/1995, 1995, 1997, 2004.

    "Dinamo-Minsk" became the champions of Belarus 7 times.

    Dinamo won first 5 Championships of modern Belarus in a row. After a two seasons break Dinamo became the winners of the Belarusian championship once again.

    The last time "Dinamo-Minsk" became the champions of the country was in 2004.

  • Three-time winner of the Belarus Cup: 1992, 1993/1994, 2002/2003.

    Three times "Dinamo-Minsk" became the owners of the Belarus Cup.

    Twice - at the very beginning of the independent Belarusian football (1992 and 1993/1994 seasons), and the last time - in 2003.

  • Six-time champion of the BSSR: 1937, 1938, 1939, 1945, 1951, 1975

    The BSSR Championship in the Soviet football was the competition among youth teams.

    And mainly reserve team of "Dinamo-Minsk" took part in the tournament.

    "Dinamo" 6 times became champions of the BSSR championship.

  • Two-time winner of the BSSR Cup: 1936, 1940.

    Byelorussian SSR Cup tournament has been holding from 1936 to 1991. "Dinamo-Minsk" twice in its history became the owner of this cup: in the distant 1936 and 1940.



We are pleased to announce that Belarusian specialist Vadzim Viktaravich Skrypchanka has become the new head coach of Dinamo-Minsk. 

Vadzim Viktaravich is a graduate of the Brest Sports School No. 5. He began his football career in Dinamo-Minsk, spent more than 100 matches for the Dinamo-93 team. In 1998, he moved to FC BATE, then signed a contract with CSKA Moscow.

In 2000, Vadzim Skrypchanka again joined BATE (on loan), and a year later he became a player of Uralan Elista. Took part in 20 matches Then in the career of Vadzim Viktaravich were BATE, Shakhter, Lokomotiv-96 and Savit. Skrypchanka was also a player of the National Team of Belarus, played 10 matches for the main team of the country and scored 2 goals. In 2008, the specialist completed the his player career. 

Vadzim Viktaravich began his coaching career as an assistant of Viktar Mikhailavich Hancharenka in BATE. In 2011, he was appointed head coach of FC Minsk, won the Belarus Cup 2012/2013, beating Dinamo-Minsk on penalties in the final. He also made it through with FC Minsk to the playoffs of the Europa League. Skrypchanka's next club was the Russian Kuban (he worked as an assistant to the head coach), and in 2015 he joined FC Ural coaching staff (also as an assistant). 

In September of the season 2015, he was appointed head coach of FC Ural. Under the leadership of Vadzim Viktaravich Ural took 8th place in the RPL, the best result in the history of the club. Then Skrypchanka headed FC Krylia Sovetov. In the RPL, he also worked with Anji. Vadzom worked in Armenia as the head coach of the Ararat-Armenia team.

In 2019, Vadzim Viktaravich returned to the Belarusian championship and was appointed the head coach of Torpedo-BelAZ. In 2020, he headed FC Minsk, where he remained until the end of the year. In September of the next season, he again returned to FC Minsk where he worked until the end of the current championship.

Football club "Dinamo-Minsk" sincerely welcomes Vadzim Viktaravich and wishes him best of luck!