|Armenia Premier League||05/28 13:30||25||Ararat Yerevan v Shirak||L||5-2|
|Armenia Premier League||05/20 11:30||24||Shirak v Pyunik Yerevan||L||1-5|
|Armenia Premier League||05/11 12:00||23||FC Noah v Shirak||L||3-0|
|Armenia Premier League||05/07 11:00||22||Shirak v FC Urartu||D||1-1|
|Armenia Premier League||05/01 14:30||3||FC Urartu v Shirak||L||1-0|
|Armenia Premier League||04/23 12:00||21||Shirak v FC Van||L||1-2|
|Armenia Premier League||04/15 11:00||20||Ararat Armenia v Shirak||L||2-1|
|Armenia Premier League||04/11 11:00||19||Shirak v Alashkert FC||D||0-0|
|Armenia Premier League||04/09 11:00||19||Shirak v Alashkert FC||-||PPT.|
|Armenia Premier League||04/06 12:00||19||FC Noah v Shirak||-||CANC|
|Armenia Premier League||03/17 11:00||18||Alashkert FC v Shirak||D||0-0|
|Armenia Premier League||03/07 10:00||17||Shirak v Ararat Armenia||D||2-2|
|Failed to score||17||8||9|
Shirak Gyumri Sports Club (Armenian: Շիրակ Գյումրի Մարզական Ակումբ), commonly known as Shirak is an Armenian professional sports club based in Gyumri. Shirak is known for its professional football team which is one of the oldest football clubs in Armenia, having been created in 1958. The club is the only team that participated in all seasons of the Armenian Premier League. since its creation in 1992. Shirak is one of the more successful clubs in Armenia, having won a total of 11 domestic titles including four Armenian Premier League titles, two Armenian Cup, and five Armenian Super Cup.
Shirak has yet to qualify for an international tournament playoff round, yet frequently plays UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League qualifying matches.
Shirak's home stadium is the 4,500 seater Gyumri City Stadium, the oldest venue in Armenia. Shirak's youth academy has also produced successful players, including Artur Petrosyan and Harutyun Vardanyan.