A largely second-echelon player based Armenia lost 0-2 in an exhibition match against Serbia played in Cyprus on Tuesday as part of the team’s preparations for the FIFA World Cup 2014 qualifying campaign commencing next fall.
Another Armenian athlete has qualified for the Olympic Games that will be held in London, UK, later this year – bringing the total qualifiers to 14.
Javelin thrower Melik Janoyan registered a 79.71-meter result, his personal best, during the second attempt at the Athletics tournament in Adler, Russia, thus qualifying for the Games.
The Football Federation of Armenia (FFA) says its recent decision to move the Cup tournament final to the newly renovated arena in the country’s second largest city is part of a broader strategy to ensure a harmonious development of soccer countrywide.
Armenia international goalkeeper Roman Berezovsky has signed an 18-month deal with Dynamo Moscow, marking the veteran’s return to the club after six years, Dynamo said Thursday, as reported by RIA Novosti.