The club was founded in 1947 as a factory team on a secret aircraft factory and the team played as a team Voronezh city. In 1959 the club was renamed in Trud Voronezh and Voronezh in 1976 Fakel.
At the time of the Soviet Union played the club sometimes at the highest level with a fifteenth place in 1961 as the highest ranking. In 1984, the semifinals of the USSR Cup achieved.
From 1992 Fakel shuttled between the three upper classes in the Russian football and never played more than two seasons at the same level. In 1992, 1997 and between 2000 and 2001 the club played in the Premjer League.
In 2006 the club relegated from the Russian First Division. Due to financial problems the club was on the fourth level in the regional amateur series play. There were several clubs in Voronezh that the place of tradition and Fakel had to take over.
In 2008, FCS-73 Voronezh, after the financial support of the authorities had given renamed Fakel Voronezh in 2009 but went bankrupt.
Another club went as Fakel-StroyArt Voronezh in 2009 in the Russian Second Division play. In 2009 the club played as FSA Voronezh and was that season after bribery with FK Jelets put out the competition.
A new club as Fakel Voronezh took place in the Second Division in 2010. Although the club finished fourth in the zone, was Fakel designated as candidate for the Russian First Division because FK Saturn was lifted.
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