USSR

 

 

Teams are listed with their current name (highlighted in yellow) or with the last name before their disappearance (highlighted in green). Any previous name with which the team has participated in European competitions is shown in parentheses.

 

 

USR01 - FK ARARAT YEREVAN (Ararat Yerevan) (ARM01)

 

1935 Dinamo, 1954 Spartak, 1963 Ararat, 2003 expelled from the league, 2004 Lernagorts-Ararat Kapan (+ Lernagorts Kapan => Lernagorts-Ararat Kapan), 2004 FK Ararat Kapan, 2004 FK Ararat Yerevan (in the Armenian League since 1990); at the 1st level in the Armenian League in the 2020/21 season; ground: MF Stadion; colours: white-black.

 

USR02 - FK CHORNOMORETS ODESA (Chernomorets Odessa) (UKR01)

 

1936 Dinamo, 1940 Pishchevik, 1941 Spartak, 1944 Pishchevik, 1953 Metallurg, 1955 Pishchevik, 1958 Chernomorets Odessa, 1989 FK Chernomorets Odessa, 1991 FK Chornomorets Odesa (in the Ukrainian League since 1991); at the 2nd level in the Ukrainian League in the 2020/21 season; ground: Stadion Chornomorets; colours: dark blue.

 

USR03 - PFK CSKA MOSKVA (CSKA Moskva) (RUS01)

 

1911 OLLS (Obshchestvo Lyubitelei Lyzhnogo Sporta), 1923 OPPV (Orytno Pokazatelnaya Ploshchadka Vseobucha), 1924 OPPV (Orytno Pokazatelnaya Ploshchadka Voenveda), 1928 CDKA (Centralnyi Dom Krasnoi Armii), 1941 Krasnaya Armia, 1942 CDKA (Centralnyi Dom Krasnoi Armii), 1951 CDSA (Centralnyi Dom Sovetskoi Armii), 1957 CSK-MO (Centranyi Sportovnyi Klub Ministerstva Oborony), 1960 CSKA (Centralnyi Sportivnyi Klub Armii), 1991 FK CSKA, 2000 PFK (Professionalnyi Futbolnyi Klub) CSKA (in the Russian League since 1991); at the 1st level in the Russian League in the 2020/21 season; ground: VEB Arena; colours: red-blue.

 

USR04 - FK DYNAMO KYIV (Dinamo Kiev) (UKR02)

 

1927 Dinamo Kiev, 1989 FK Dinamo Kiev, 1991 FK Dynamo Kyiv (in the Ukrainian League since 1991); at the 1st level in the Ukrainian League in the 2020/21 season; ground: NSK Olympiyskyi; colours: white-blue.

 

USR05 - FK DYNAMA MINSK (Dinamo Minsk) (BLS01)

 

1927 Dinamo Minsk, 1954 Spartak Minsk, 1960 Belarus Minsk, 1963 Dinamo Minsk, 1991 FK Dinamo Mensk, 1999 FK Dynama (in the Belarussian League since 1991); at the 1st level in the Belarussian League in the 2020 season; ground: Stadyen Traktar; colours: blue.

 

USR06 - FK DINAMO MOSKVA (Dinamo Moskva) (RUS02)

 

1923 Dinamo, 1989 FK Dinamo (in the Russian League since 1991); at the 1st level in the Russian League in the 2020/21 season; ground: Arena Khimki (Khimki); colours: white-blue.

 

USR07 - FK DINAMO TBILISI (Dinamo Tbilisi) (GEO01)

 

1925 Dinamo, 1990 Iberia, 1993 FK Dinamo (in the Georgian League since 1990); at the 1st level in the Georgian League in the 2020 season; ground: Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arenaa; colours: blue-white.

 

USR08 - FK DNIPRO DNIPROPETROVSK (Dnepr Dnepropetrovsk) (UKR03)

 

1925 Petrovets, 1936 Stal Dnepropetrovsk, 1949 Metallurg Dnepropetrovsk, 1962 Dnepr Dnepropetrovsk, 1989 FK Dnepr Dnepropetrovsk, 1991 FK Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk, 2019 dissolved (in the Ukrainian League since 1991); ground: Dnipro Arena; colours: blue.

 

USR09 - FK KARPATY LVIV (Karpaty Lvov) (UKR04)

 

1963 Karpaty Lvov, 1982 SKA Karpaty Lvov ( + SKA Lvov), 1989 dissolved and re-formed as SKA Karpaty and SK Karpaty, 1990 SKA Karpaty dissolved, 1991 FK Karpaty Lviv (in the Ukrainian League since 1991); at the 2nd level in the Ukrainian League in the 2020/21 season; ground: Stadion Ukraijna; colours: green-white.

 

USR10 – FK METALIST KHARKIV  (Metalist Kharkov)  (UKR14)

 

1925 KhPZ (Kharkovsky Parovozostroitelnyi Zavod), 1947 Dzerzhinets, 1956 Avangard Kharkov, 1967 Metallist Kharkov, 1990 FK Metallist Kharkov, 1991 FK Metalist Kharkiv, 2016 dissolved (in the Ukrainian League since 1991); ground: Oblasny SportKomplex Metalist; colours: white-blue.

 

USR11 – SKA ROSTOV-NA-DONU

 

1937 RODKA SKVO (Rostovsky okruzhnoi Dom Krasnoi Armii Cevero-Kavkazskogo voennogo okruga), 1946 ODO (Okruzhnoi Dom Ofitserov), 1957 SKVO (Severo-Kavkazsky voyennogo okruga), 1960 SKA (Sportivnyi Klub Armii) Rostov-na-Donu, 1989 FK SKA Roskov-na-Donu, 2013 SKVO (Sportivnyi Klub voyennogo okruga), 2015 SKA Rostov-na-Donu (in the Russian League since 1991); at the 3rd level in Russian League in the 2020/21 season; ground: Stadion SKA SKVO; colours: red-blue.

 

USR12 - FK SHAKHTAR DONETSK (Shakhtyor Donetsk) (UKR06)

 

1936 Stakhanovets Stalino, 1946 Shakhtyor Stalino, 1961 Shakhtyor Donetsk, 1989 FK Shakhtyor, 1991 FK Shakhtar (in the Ukrainian League since 1991); at the 1st level in the Ukrainian League in the 2020/21 season; ground: Donbass Arena; colours: orange-black.

 

USR13 - FK SPARTAK MOSKVA (Spartak Moskva) (RUS04)

 

1922 MKS (Moskovsky Kruzhok Sporta), 1923 Krasnaya Presnya, 1926 Pishcheviki, 1931 Dukat, 1934 Promkooperatsia, 1935 Spartak, 1992 FK Spartak (in the Russian League since 1991); at the 1st level in the Russian League in the 2020/21 season; ground: Otkrytie Arena; colours: red-white.

 

USR14 - FK TORPEDO MOSKVA (Torpedo Moskva) (FK Torpedo-Luzhniki Moskva) (RUS06)

 

1924 Proletarskaya Kuznitsa, 1930 AMO (Avtomobilnoe Moskovskoe Obshchestvo), 1933 ZIS (Zavod Imeni Stalina), 1936 Torpedo, 1990 FK Torpedo, 1996 FK Torpedo Luzhniki, 1998 FK Torpedo (in the Russian league since 1991); at the 2nd level in the Russian League in the 2020/21 season; ground: Futbolnaya Akademya Spartak im. F.Cherenkova; colours: white-black.

 

USR15 – FK ZORYA LUHANSK  (Zarya Voroshilovgrad)  (UKR15)

 

1923 Metallist Lugansk, 1936 Dzerzhinets Voroshilovgrad, 1948 Trudovye rezervy Voroshilovgrad, 1958 Trudovye rezervy Lugansk, 1964 Zarya Lugansk, 1970 Zarya Voroshilovgrad, 1990 FK Zarya Lugansk, 1991 FK Zorya Luhansk, 1992 Zorya-MALS, 1996 FK Zorya (in the League of Ukraine since 1991); at the 1st level in the Ukrainian League in the 2020/21 season; ground: Slavutych Arena; colours: black-white.

 

USR16 – FK ZENIT SANKT-PETERBURG  (Zenit Leningrad)  (RUS09)

 

1925 LMZ (Leningradsky Metallichesky Zavod imeni Stalina), 1936 Stalinets Leningrad, 1940 Zenit Leningrad, 1991 FK Zenit Sankt-Peterburg (in the Russian League since 1991); at the 1st level in the Russian League in the 2020/21 season; ground: Sankt-Peterburg Stadium; colours: light blue-white.

 

USR17 – VILNIAUS ŽALGIRIS (Zhalgiris Vilnius) (FC Žalgiris Vilnius) (VMFD Žalgiris Vilnius)  (LIT02)

 

1947 Dinamo, 1948 Spartak, 1962 Zhalgiris, 1990 FK Zhalgiris, 1993 FC Žalgiris-EBSW, 1996 FC Žalgiris, 2009 dissolved and re-formed as VMFD (Vilniaus miesto futbolo draugija) Žalgiris, 2015 Vilniaus Žalgiris (in the Lithuanian League since 1990); at the 1st level in the Lithuanian League in the 2020 season; ground: Vilniaus LFF stadionas; colours: green-white.