|Full name||FC Central Sports Club of the Army Kyiv|
|League||Ukrainian Second League|
The club was originally founded in 1934 in Kharkiv under the name UVO Kharkiv and had moved a year later to Kiev and renamed BO (Budynok ofitseriv) Kiev. In 1947-1956 the team was called OBО Kiev and in 1952, under this name, the team reached the semifinal stage of the Soviet National Cup. In 1957 the team played under the name ОSK Kiev, in 1957-1959 – SKVО Kiev and in 1960-1971 – SKA Kiev. In 1972 the team moved to Chernihiv and changed its name to SK Chernihiv and had moved back to Kiev in 1976 as SKА. In 1981-1982, the team had its last Soviet First League stint at the second level of Soviet football. In 1993 team changed its name to ZS - Oriana (Armed Forces - Oriana) and then to CSK ZSU (Central Sport Club of Armed Forces of Ukraine). The highest place it reached in the Ukrainian championships was the fifth in the First League.
In the mid 90s a lot of football franchises in Ukraine went through all kinds of "shady" transactions: FC Metalurh Donetsk, FC Arsenal Kyiv, FC Shakhtar-2 Donetsk, and many others. Rearrangement of the Ukrainian Second League also played a big role in creating this confusion which brought all kinds of new and successful franchises out of nowhere. Such strange substitution keep on happening in case of the new FC Lviv, FC Spartak Ivano-Frankivsk, and FC Podillya Khmelnytskiy. They directly contradict the rules of the Fair Play.
|1992||2nd "A"||14||26||3||3||20||14||45||9||1/32 finals||Relegated |
|1992-93||3rd||18||34||9||7||18||27||50||25||1/64 finals||Relegated |
|1993-94||4th||11||34||14||4||16||45||42||32||Did not qualify|
|1994-95||4th||1||42||32||5||5||81||28||101||1/32 finals||Promoted |
|1995-96||3rd "A"||1||40||27||7||9||61||27||89||1/16 finals||Promoted |
|1998-99||1st||7||30||11||10||9||37||35||43||1/8 finals||CWC||1st round|
|2008-09||3rd "A"||4||32||18||3||11||38||23||57||1/16 finals|
|2009-10||3rd "A"||1/16 finals||Withdrew|
|Previous||Refer to FC Boryspil|