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Adidas AG (stylized as ɑdidɑs since 1949) is a multinational corporation, founded and headquartered in Herzogenaurach, Germany, that designs and manufactures shoes, clothing and accessories.
Association football, more commonly known as football or soccer, is a team sport played between two teams of eleven players with a spherical ball.
Avanhard Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Uzhhorod, Ukraine.
Cup of the Ukrainian SSR was a playoff competitions that were taken place in Ukrainian SSR in 1936–1991 and were predecessors of the Ukrainian Cup.
Ernest Yust (Ernő Juszt, Ернест Ервінович Юст; 1927-1992) was a Soviet and Hungarian football player and later Soviet coach.
The Championship of the Ukrainian SSR in football was a top competition of association football in the Ukrainian SSR in 1921-91.
The Football Federation of Ukraine (FFU) (Федерація Футболу України) is the governing body of football in Ukraine.
Igor Vasilyevich Gamula (born 17 February 1960 in Voroshylovsk) is a Ukrainian-born Russian professional football coach and a former player.
Ivan Krasnetskyi (born 1945) is a retired Soviet football player and current Ukrainian coach.
Lotto Sport Italia is an Italian sportswear manufacturer, which produces sporting and casual clothing and footwear, most famously worn by D. B. Rutter in the late 1990s.
Mykhaylo Mykhaylovich Mykhalyna (Mihály Mihalina, Michal Michalinа, Михайло Михайлович Михалина, Михаил Михайлович Михалина; 15 March 1924 – 30 August 1998) was a Czechoslovakian, Hungarian, Ukrainian and Soviet professional football player, Soviet-Ukrainian football manager and coach.
Oleksandr Holokolosov (Олександр Миколайович Голоколосов, Russian Romanization: Alexander Golokolosov) is an Odessa-native Soviet footballer and a Ukrainian football manager.
Oleksandr Volodymyrovych Sevidov (Олександр Володимирович Севідов; born 18 July 1969 in Donetsk) is a retired Ukrainian football (soccer) player and manager.
Petro Ivanovych Kushlyk (Петро Іванович Кушлик; born 22 March 1951) is a former Soviet defender and a Ukrainian coach.
Professional Football League of Ukraine (translit; also known as PFL) is a sport organization and collective member of the Football Federation of Ukraine.
UA-Football is a popular Ukrainian internet football periodical that was founded on July 12, 2002.
The Ukrainian Cup (Кубок України) is an association football national knockout cup competition run by the Football Federation of Ukraine.
The Persha Liha (Перша ліга) or Ukrainian First League is a football league in Ukraine and the second tier of national football competitions.
The Ukrainian Premier League ("Прем'єр-ліга") or UPL is the highest division of Ukrainian annual football championship.
The Ukrainian Second League (Друга ліга, Druha Liha) is a professional football league in Ukraine which is part of the Professional Football League of Ukraine.
Uzhhorod (Užhorod,; Ungvár) is a city located in western Ukraine, at the border with Slovakia and near the border with Hungary.
Valentyn Khodukin (Валентин Михайлович Ходукін; born 17 August 1939 in Kharkiv) is a former Soviet footballer and Ukrainian football manager.
Vasyl Yuriyovych Turyanchyk (Василь Юрійович Турянчик; born 17 April 1935) is a former Soviet defender and coach.
Viktor Ryashko (Віктор Іванович Ряшко; born 28 January 1964 in Mukacheve, Zakarpattia Oblast, Ukrainian SSR) is a Ukrainian professional football coach and a former player.
Volodymyr Bohdanovych Sharan (Володимир Богданович Шаран; born 18 September 1971 in the Mariyampil) is a Ukrainian football midfielder who represented Ukraine once at the national level and currently is a manager of FC Oleksandriya.
Vyacheslav Viktorovych Hrozny (В'ячеслав Вікторович Грозний; born 12 July 1956) is a Soviet and Ukrainian football player and manager.
Yuriy Mykolayovych Kalitvintsev (Юрій Миколайович Калитвинцев, Ю́рий Никола́евич Калитвинцев; born 5 May 1968 in Volgograd, Soviet Union) is a former footballer, Ukraine international who after retiring works as a coach in Ukraine and the Russian Federation.
Ukrainian First League 1992 was the first Ukrainian First League season with the record number of teams participating in the league at 28 divided into groups.
Ukrainian First League 1992–93 was the second season of the Ukrainian First League.
Ukrainian First League 1993–94 was the third season of the Ukrainian First League which was won by Prykarpattia Ivano-Frankivsk.
Ukrainian First League 1994–95 was the fourth season of the Ukrainian First League which was won by Zirka-NIBAS Kirovohrad.
Ukrainian First League 1995–96 was the fifth season of the Ukrainian First League which was easily won by Vorskla Poltava.
Ukrainian First League 1996–97 was the sixth season of the Ukrainian First League which was won by Metalurh Donetsk.
Ukrainian First League 1997–98 was the seventh season of the Ukrainian First League which was won by SC Mykolaiv.
The 1998–99 Ukrainian Second League is the eighth season of 3rd level professional football in Ukraine.
1999–2000 Ukrainian First League was the ninth season of the Ukrainian First League which was won by FC Dynamo-2 Kyiv.
The 2000–01 Ukrainian First League was the tenth season of the Ukrainian First League which was won by FC Dynamo-2 Kyiv.
The 2001–02 Vyshcha Liha season was the 11th since its establishment.
The 2002–03 Ukrainian First League was the twelfth season of the Ukrainian First League which was won by Zirka Kirovohrad.
The 2003–04 Vyshcha Liha season was the 13th since its establishment.
The 2004–05 Vyshcha Liha season was the fourteenth since its establishment.
The 2005–06 Vyshcha Liha season was the fifteenth since its establishment.
The 2006–07 Ukrainian First League is the sixteenth since its establishment.
The 2007–08 Vyshcha Liha season is the seventeenth since its establishment.
The 2008–09 Ukrainian First League is the eighteenth since its establishment.
The 2009–10 Ukrainian Premier League season was the nineteenth since its establishment and second since its reorganization.
The 2010–11 Ukrainian First League was the 20th since its establishment.
The 2011–12 Ukrainian First League was the 21st since its establishment.
The 2012–13 Ukrainian Premier League season was the 22nd since its establishment in 1991 and fifth since its reorganisation.
The 2013–14 Ukrainian Premier League season was the 23rd since its establishment.
The 2014–15 Ukrainian Premier League season was the 24th since its establishment.
The 2015–16 Ukrainian Premier League season is the 25th top level football competitions since the fall of the Soviet Union and the eighth since the establishment of the Ukrainian Premier League.
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