Artem was born in Kharkiv. His parents and brother can’t be called football fans, but when they watched some games they supported Dynamo.
When Besedin was six he was presented AC Milan shirt with Andriy Shevchenko’s name. At that moment the kid got a great desire to play football. Later father took him to football school. Artem’s first coach was Yuriy Prydybailo.
Playing as forward Besedin was in his element. In 2012 he joined FC Dynamo Kyiv.
Moving forward nonstop!
Featuring for Dynamo U-17 Artem won the Ukrainian National Youth Competition bronze.
In 2013 he participated in Spartak Cup, which took place in Moscow.
Besedin’s following step was Dynamo U-19. It took him some time to get used to new competition, but still he gained regular starting spot and became the key striker of the team.
Due to such success he was spotted by Dynamo reserve team coach Valentyn Belkevych. After the first part of the season he is the White-Blues best finisher with seven goals to his name.
Artem’s aim is to become Dynamo main squad first team regular and to be the best player of the team.