Petros Avetisyan (Armenian: Պետրոս Ավետիսյան, born 7 January 1996) is an Armenian football player who currently plays midfielder for the Armenian national team and for Armenian Premier League club Pyunik Yerevan.
Born in Yerevan, Avetisyan started his career at Malatia football school that later was renamed as FC Banants. After progressing through the club's youth system, he became top scorer of Banants-2 in Armenian First league in 2014/15 season and moved to the first team of the club.
On 11 November 2014 he made his debut in Armenia Premier League in away match against Pyunik. In two weeks he already was in starting line-up of Banants.
In 2015/16 he was one of the key players of Banants. The club won the Armenian Cup that season. His talent was appreciated by many football specialists. Armenian football federation president Ruben Hayrapetyan said that Avetisyan may become the second Henrikh Mkhtiaryan if he works as hard as Mkhitaryan. Spanish head coach of Banants Tito Ramallo said that Avetisyan has a huge potential and talent
On 29 July 2016, Avetisyan signed for Pyunik Yerevan by 6 month loan and played almost all the matches in Starting line-up of the club in the first half of 2016/17 season.
On January 23, 2017 he officially was transferred from FC Banants to FC Pyunik.
Avetisyan made his debut in Armenia U-21 National team on 8 September 2015 in home match against Romania (2-3). He took part in 9 matches of UEFA U21 Championship Qualifying Round of Poland 2017.
In 3 November 2016 he has been called up to Armenian National Team for the first time.
In 13 June 2017 he has scored his first goal for Armenia U-21 National team as captain. It was against Gibraltar U21 in UEFA U21 Championship Qualifying Round of 2019 in Estádio Algarve, Portugal.
- Armenian Cup Winner: 2015-16
- Armenian Supercup Winner: 2014-15