FC Zorya Luhansk, formerly known as Zaria Voroshilovgrad and Zorya-MALS, is a Ukrainian football team. Zorya Luhansk is based in the city of Luhansk, Luhansk Oblast, Ukraine. However, because of the war in Eastern Ukraine, the team play their games at Slavutych-Arena in Zaporizhia.
The modern club was created on 10 April 1964 on decision of the Football Federation of the Soviet Union merging the October Revolution factory sports club Zorya and the Luhansk regional branch of "Trudovye Rezervy" sports society. In 1972 as Zaria Voroshilovgrad the club became the first Soviet club from province that won the Soviet Top League title. Today, the modern club considers the factory team as its predecessor that was established back in 1923. The name Zorya means "dawn" in Ukrainian.
"Slavutich - Arena" Stadium