as Armenian SSR 1936 Dinamo Yerevan [runners-up: Spartak Yerevan] 1937 Dinamo Yerevan [runners-up: Spartak Yerevan] 1938 Spartak Yerevan 1939 Spartak Yerevan 1940 Spartak Yerevan 1941-44 not played 1945 Spartak Yerevan 1946 Dinamo Yerevan 1947 Dinamo Yerevan 1948 Dinamo Yerevan 1949 Dinamo Yerevan 1950 Urogai Yerevan 1951 Stroitel Yerevan 1952 Spartak Yerevan 1953 Krasnoe Znamj Leninakan 1954 Spartak Yerevan 1955 Himik Kirovokan 1956 SKIF Yerevan 1957 Krasnoe Znamj Leninakan 1958 SKIF Yerevan 1959 SKIF Yerevan 1960 Tekstilshik Leninakan 1961 Tekstilshik Leninakan 1962 Tekstilshik Leninakan 1963 Lokomotiv Yerevan 1964 Himik Kirovokan 1965 Araks Yerevan 1966 Elektrotehnik Yerevan 1967 Kotaik Abovyan 1968 Araks Yerevan 1969 Araks Yerevan 1970 Motor Yerevan 1971 SKIF Yerevan 1972 Zvezda Yerevan 1973 Kotaik Abovyan 1974 SKIF Yerevan 1975 Kotaik Abovyan 1976 Kotaik Abovyan 1977 Araks Yerevan 1978 Kanaz Yerevan 1979 Aragac Leninakan 1980 Aragac Leninakan 1981-86 not played 1987 Aragac Leninakan 1988 Elektron Yerevan 1989 Kapan Kapan 1990 Ararat-2 Yerevan 1991 Synik Kapan as independent championship 1992 Shirak Gyumri and Homenetmen Yerevan 1993 Ararat Yerevan 1994 Shirak Gyumri 1995 transitional spring season (Shirak and Ararat won groups) 1995/96 Pyunik Yerevan [I] 1996/97 Pyunik Yerevan [I] 1997 FK Yerevan (transitional fall season) 1998 Tsement Ararat 1999 Shirak Gyumri 2000 Araks Ararat 2001 Pyunik Yerevan [II] 2002 Pyunik Yerevan [II] 2003 Pyunik Yerevan [II] 2004 Pyunik Yerevan [II] 2005 Pyunik Yerevan [II] 2006 Pyunik Yerevan [II] 2007 Pyunik Yerevan [II] 2008 Pyunik Yerevan [II] 2009 Pyunik Yerevan [II] 2010 Pyunik Yerevan [II] 2011 Ulysses Yerevan 2012/13 Shirak Gyumri 2013/14 Banants Yerevan 2014/15 Pyunik Yerevan [II] 2015/16 Top Champions (23; 1 title shared; since 1992) 11 Pyunik Yerevan [II] 4 Shirak Gyumri (1 shared) 3 Pyunik Yerevan (includes Homenetmen) [I] (1 shared) 2 Araks Ararat (includes Tsement) 1 Ararat Yerevan Banants Yerevan FK Yerevan Ulysses Yerevan NB: Homenetmen (also known as AOSS) Yerevan changed name to Pyunik after the 1995 season and won two championships under that name; the club changed name to Kilikia before the 1999 season, played two seasons under that name and withdrew from the 2001 championship; before that championship, Armenikum Yerevan, promoted in 2000, changed name to Pyunik and won the title as such. These two Pyunik incarnations are numbered [I] and [II] above, respectively. Meanwhile Kilikia reappeared and were promoted to the top level in 2003. It should be noted that the Armenian FA considers both Pyuniks as one and the same club.
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