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Arkady Andreasian

Olympic medal record
Men's Football
Bronze 1972 Munich Team competition
Arkady Andreasyan
Personal information
Full nameArkady Georgiević Andreasyan
Date of birth (1947-08-11) 11 August 1947 (age 66)
Place of birthBaku, USSR
Height1.75m (5ft 9in)
Playing positionMidfielder, Manager
Club information
Current clubArarat Yerevan
Senior career*
1967 - 78Ararat Yerevan242(61)
National team
1971 - 75USSR12(1)
Teams managed
1978 - 1979Sevan Hoktemberian
1979 - 1981Kotayk Abovian
1982 - 1983Ararat Yerevan
1985 - 1985Kotayk Abovian
1986 - 189Ararat Yerevan
1991 - 1991Kotayk Abovian
1991 - 1996Homenmen Beirut
1996 - 2003Ararat Yerevan
2007 - 2008Mika Yerevan
2009 - 2010Ararat Yerevan
2011 -Ararat Yerevan
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* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Arkady Andreasyan (Russian: Аркадий Георгиевич Андреасян, Armenian: Արկադի Անդրեասյան; born on 11 August 1947 in Baku, Soviet Union) is a Soviet former football player of Armenian origin. He is vice-president and manager of Ararat at present. He played for Ararat Yerevan in 1973 when Ararat won the Soviet Championship. Andreasyan also won a bronze medal at the 1972 Summer Olympics for the USSR. Arkady is the master of sport and the honoured manager of Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic (1982).


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  • Biography and photos (Russian)
  • Arkady Andreasyan at

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