Dinamo Minsk won the inaugural season of the Belarusian Premier League in 1992. They become the top team in the new Belarusian championship and won 5 league titles until 1995, making only one appearance in the UEFA Champions League, in 1993. However, after a title in 1997, Dinamo Minsk last won the championship in 2004. The 2000s saw Dinamo Minsk failing to secure any league title in the battle against BATE Borisov, thus finnishing on lower places, mostly second.

Dinamo plays its home games in the 16,500 capacity Traktor Stadium. Dinamo is the second Belarusian team, after FC BATE Borisov to reach UEFA Europa League group stages (2014–15 and 2015–16).

The stadium was one of the venues of the football tournament at the 1980 Summer Olympics. It hosted 6 group phase matches and one quarterfinal.[4] It was one of the venues at 1984 UEFA U18 Euro and 1985 FIFA U20 World Cup, both held in Soviet Union.[5] Since 1992 the stadium is a primary home venue for Belarus national football team.

It was founded in 1927 as part of the Soviet Dinamo Sports Society, and was the only club from the Byelorussian SSR that competed in the Soviet Top League, playing 39 of the 54 seasons, and winning the title in 1982. Since the independence of Belarus the club participates in the Belarusian Premier League, having won 7 league titles and 3 Belarusian Cups.

Dinamo Minsk won the inaugural season of the Belarusian Premier League in 1992. They become the top team in the new Belarusian championship and won 5 league titles until 1995, making only one appearance in the UEFA Champions League, in 1993. However, after a title in 1997, Dinamo Minsk last won the championship in 2004. The 2000s saw Dinamo Minsk failing to secure any league title in the battle against BATE Borisov, thus finnishing on lower places, mostly second.

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Their political views as well as geographic proximity and contest for dominance of the city make them huge rivals with neighbours Partizan Minsk, whose fans tend to be strongly left-wing.[1][2]

It was founded in 1927 as part of the Soviet Dinamo Sports Society, and was the only club from the Byelorussian SSR that competed in the Soviet Top League, playing 39 of the 54 seasons, and winning the title in 1982. Since the independence of Belarus the club participates in the Belarusian Premier League, having won 7 league titles and 3 Belarusian Cups.

In the 2006 presidential election, Lukashenko was opposed by Alaksandar Milinkievič, who represented a coalition of opposition parties, and by Alaksandar Kazulin of the Social Democrats. Kazulin was detained and beaten by police during protests surrounding the All Belarusian People's Assembly. Lukashenko won the election with 80% of the vote; the Russian Federation and the CIS deemed the vote open and fair[101] while the OSCE and other organizations called the election unfair.[102]

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FC Dinamo Minsk (Belarusian: ФК Дынама Мiнск, FK Dynama Minsk; Russian: ФК Динамо Минск) is a professional football club based in the Belarusian capital city of Minsk.

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Tennis player Victoria Azarenka became the first Belarusian to win a Grand Slam singles title at the Australian Open in 2012.[206] She also won the gold medal in mixed doubles at the 2012 Summer Olympics with Max Mirnyi, who holds ten Grand Slam titles in doubles.

RUOR Minsk was a student team representing Republican School of Olympic Reserve (Respublikansoye Uchilishe Olimpiyskogo Reserva). From 1995 till 1997 the club acted as reserve/feeder team for MPKC Mozyr and played under names MPKC-2 (1995) and MPKC-96 (1996–1997). In 1998 the partnership with MPKC ended and the team continued playing under their original name RUOR Minsk. Since 2004 the team withdrew from Belarusian Second League and continued playing at youth level only.

Their political views as well as geographic proximity and contest for dominance of the city make them huge rivals with neighbours Partizan Minsk, whose fans tend to be strongly left-wing.[1][2]

Belarus has competed in the Olympic Games since the 1994 Winter Olympics. Its National Olympic Committee has been headed by President Lukashenko since 1997.[204]

Other notable Belarusian sportspeople include cyclist Vasil Kiryienka, who won the 2015 Road World Time Trial Championship, and middle distance runner Maryna Arzamasava, who won the gold medal in the 800m at the 2015 World Championships in Athletics.

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Event details: NAME: Dinamo Minsk - FK Vojvodina DATE: August 4, 2016 TIME: 17:45 UTC VENUE: Regional Sport Complex Brestskiy, Brest , Belarus

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In the Belarusian parliamentary election, 2012, 105 of the 110 members elected to the House of Representatives were not affiliated with any political party. The Communist Party of Belarus won 3 seats, and the Agrarian Party and Republican Party of Labour and Justice, one each.[98] Most non-partisans represent a wide scope of social organizations such as workers' collectives, public associations, and civil society organizations, similar to the composition of the Soviet legislature.[99]

The ultras of Dinamo Minsk are famous for their right-wing political orientation and there have been several riots, clashes with the police forces and chants against the Belorussian authoritarian regime, led by long-time President Alexander Lukashenko.

Dinamo plays its home games in the 16,500 capacity Traktor Stadium. Dinamo is the second Belarusian team, after FC BATE Borisov to reach UEFA Europa League group stages (2014–15 and 2015–16).

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The ultras of Dinamo Minsk are famous for their right-wing political orientation and there have been several riots, clashes with the police forces and chants against the Belorussian authoritarian regime, led by long-time President Alexander Lukashenko.

Dinamo Minsk also participated in Belarusian SSR league. Since mid-50s their appearances were only sporadic and they were represented by youth teams in later seasons. They have won the championship 7 times.

Dinamo Minsk is one of the most popular teams in Belarus. Among ultras groups, the largest is called Blue White Will. Fans of Dinamo Minsk are friends with Dinamo Brest fans.

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FC Traktor Minsk (Russian: ФК Трактор) is a now-defunct football team from Belarus, was established in 1947 during building of Minsk Traktar Plant (MTZ) as a sport section for construction workers (including German POW) and later for local factory personal. This sport section was transformed to a professional football team in 1948.

The last major revival of Belarusian literature occurred in the 1960s with novels published by Vasil Bykaŭ and Uladzimir Karatkievich. An influential author who devoted his work to awakening the awareness of the catastrophes the country has suffered, was Ales Adamovich. He was named by Svetlana Alexievich, the Belarusian winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature 2015, as "her main teacher, who helped her to find a path of her own".[194]

FC Dinamo Minsk (Belarusian: ФК Дынама Мiнск, FK Dynama Minsk; Russian: ФК Динамо Минск) is a professional football club based in the Belarusian capital city of Minsk.

There has been several teams that served as Dinamo Minsk official reserve or farm clubs.

Over the years the stadium has been used by a lot of Belarusian clubs in European Cups in cases when the clubs' own stadiums did not meet UEFA criteria. In recent years it was used as the home venue by BATE Borisov in UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League games, including group phase of both competitions, Champions League qualifying round and Europa League knockout phase.

Several notable RUOR graduates (Artem Kontsevoy, Leonid Kovel, Dmitry Lentsevich, Yuri Zhevnov, Alyaksandr Martynovich, Vitali Kutuzov, Anton Putsila) went on to represent Belarus national football team later in their careers.