|Full name||Football Club Molodechno|
|League||Belarusian Second League|
The city of Molodechno was represented in Belarusian SSR League since 1949 by various teams attached to local industries and organizations and thus having different names and loose continuity: Dinamo Molodechno (1949–1955), Molodechno Oblast team (1956, 1959), Molodechno city team (1957–1958), Spartak Molodechno (1960–1963, 1970–1971), Naroch Molodechno (1964–1965), Krasnoye Znamya Molodechno (1966), Volna Molodecno (1967–1969), Selena Molodechno (1972–1980), Metallist Molodechno (1981–1982), Trud Molodechno (1983–1985), Stankostroitel Molodechno (1986). Spartak Molodechno won Belarusian SSR league in 1963. The modern FC Molodechno logo retroactively displays 1949 as the club's year of foundation.
Metallurg Molodechno was formed in 1989 and in 1991 the young team won the Belarusian SSR Top League championship as well as Soviet Amateur Cup. Since 1992, the team started playing in Belarusian Premier League. In 1993 they were renamed to FC Molodechno. Their best result came in 1994–95 season, when Molodechno finished 4th. In 1999, they finished 15th and relegated to the First League, but after winning the First League in 2000 quickly came back to the top level in 2001. To celebrate the win they changed their name to Molodechno-2000. They finished last and relegated to the First League again in 2003 and went further down to the Second League one season later. In 2006, they changed their name back to Molodechno. In 2011, the name was changed to Zabudova Molodechno after a merger with Zabudova Chist. In 2013 the merger was dissolved and the club was renamed to Molodechno-2013 and later to Molodechno-DYuSSh-4 in 2015. The club changed its name again in 2019 back to FC Molodechno.
- 1989: FC Metallurg Molodechno
- 1993: FC Molodechno
- 2001: FC Molodechno-2000
- 2006: FC Molodechno
- 2011: FC Zabudova Molodechno
- 2013: FC Molodechno-2013
- 2015: FC Molodechno-DYuSSh-4
- 2019: FC Molodechno
As of August 2019
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League and Cup history
|1997||1st||13||30||7||9||14||28–44||30||Round of 16|
|2000||2nd||1||30||23||5||2||76–16||74||Round of 16||Promoted|
|2001||1st||10||26||8||5||13||23–47||29||Round of 64|
|2002||1st||13||26||3||3||20||23–59||13||Round of 16|
|2003||1st||16||30||3||7||20||19–52||16||Round of 16||Relegated|
|2004||2nd||13||30||9||4||17||27–54||31||Round of 16||Relegated1|
|2005||3rd||12||26||5||3||18||34–32||39||Round of 32|
|2006||3rd||16||32||5||5||22||33–71||20||Round of 64|
|2007||3rd||14||30||7||4||19||28–71||25||Round of 64|
|2008||3rd||8||30||11||10||9||55–43||43||Round of 64|
|2009||3rd||3||26||15||3||8||55–31||48||Round of 64|
|2010||3rd||4||34||17||6||11||69–52||57||Round of 32|
|2011||3rd||4||30||17||7||6||58–38||58||Round of 32|
- 1 Withdrew from the First League due to financial troubles.
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