|Full name||Football Club Rechitsa-2014|
|Ground||Central Stadium, Rechitsa|
|League||Belarusian First League|
The club was founded in 1952 as Krasnoye Zhamya Rechitsa (Red Flag) and spent Soviet years playing in Belarusian SSR league or in lower regional leagues. In 1960 they became Dneprovets Rechitsa, then Dnepr Rechitsa in 1962. In 1977 they were renamed to Neftyanik Rechitsa and in 1980 to Sputnik Rechitsa. In 1991 Sputnik won the Belarusian SSR First League (2nd level).
In 1992 the club was renamed to Vedrich Rechitsa and included to newly created Belarusian Premier League. They played there until 1996, when they finished last and relegated. After three years in the First League the team returned to the top level and played two more seasons (2000, 2001) and then relegated again. Since 2002 they have been playing in the First League.
In 2004 Vedrich-97 finished as a First League runner-up and was supposed to be promoted to Premier League. However, the club couldn't obtain the license due to insufficient infrastructure and had to stay in the First League.
In 2014 the club was renamed to Rechitsa-2014, and in 2015 they finished last in the First League and were relegated. In early 2016 the club was folded. In 2017, a new club Sputnik Rechitsa was created after DYuSSh-DSK Gomel relocated to the town.
- 1952: founded as Krasnoye Zhamya Rechitsa
- 1962: renamed to Dneprovets Rechitsa
- 1962: renamed to Dnepr Rechitsa
- 1977: renamed to Neftyanik Rechitsa
- 1980: renamed to Sputnik Rechitsa
- 1992: renamed to Vedrich Rechitsa
- 1997: renamed to Vedrich-97 Rechitsa
- 2014: renamed to Rechitsa-2014
League and cup history
|1992||1st||8||15||6||3||6||17–19||15||Round of 32|
|1993–94||1st||12||30||7||7||16||20–41||21||Round of 16|
|1995||1st||14||15||4||3||8||22–20||15||Round of 32|
|1997||2nd||6||30||13||7||10||44–34||46||Round of 16|
|1998||2nd||6||30||13||6||11||42–37||45||Round of 32|
|1999||2nd||2||30||16||10||4||56–30||58||Round of 32||Promoted|
|2000||1st||12||30||6||11||13||23–36||29||Round of 32|
|2002||2nd||4||30||19||4||7||55–25||61||Round of 16|
|2003||2nd||4||30||16||5||9||52–29||53||Round of 32|
|2004||2nd||21||30||18||8||4||46–21||62||Round of 32|
|2005||2nd||8||30||11||6||13||37–41||39||Round of 32|
|2006||2nd||7||26||10||6||10||31–32||36||Round of 32|
|2007||2nd||10||26||9||6||11||29–26||33||Round of 16|
|2008||2nd||6||26||12||3||11||39–34||39||Round of 32|
|2009||2nd||8||26||10||5||11||40–47||35||Round of 32|
|2010||2nd||14||30||8||6||16||29–46||30||Round of 32|
|2011||2nd||6||30||13||7||10||40–34||46||Round of 32|
|2012||2nd||7||28||9||12||7||40–24||39||Round of 16|
|2013||2nd||12||30||9||12||9||47–36||39||Round of 32|
- 1 Club was unable to obtain Premier League license and had to stay in the First League.
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