Rodina Kirov

Founded 1934
League Russian Bandy Super League
Based in Kirov, Russia
Stadium Rodina Stadium (7,500)
Head coach Vladimir Starikov

Rodina (Russian: Родина) is a bandy club from Kirov, Russia whose team currently plays in the Russian Bandy Super League. It was founded in 1934.[1] The club colours are white and blue.[2]

The team was originally called Kutsho Factory Team and starting with 1941 Lepse Factory Team after the factory it belonged to. In 1957 it got its current named and was promoted to the elite of Soviet bandy starting with the next year. It was defunct for seven years in 1967-1974 and didn't return to the top division until the 1980-81 season.


Rodina's second team Rodina-2 plays in the Russian Bandy Supreme League, the second tier of Russian bandy.[3]


  1. "«Родина» Киров" (in Russian). Retrieved 20 July 2015.
  2. "Родина" (in Russian). KhC Rodina. Retrieved 20 July 2015.
  3. "«Родина-2» Киров" (in Russian). Retrieved 20 July 2015.

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