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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old December 13th, 2006, 00:51 Thread Starter
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Chronology Of Ukrainian Football

Chronology Of Ukrainian Football - a must read for anyone interested in the subject:

December 13, 1991: Football Federation Of Ukraine (FFU) has been given a life. Viktor Bannikov was its first president.

February 1992:: Ukraine, as well as Georgia, Slovenia, and Croatia received a temporary UEFA and FIFA memberships

March 6, 1992: First ever Ukrainian Premier League match has been played (Chornomorets vs Karpaty in Odesa which ended in a tie). First goal was scored by Anatoliy Muschynka from Lviv.

April 29, 1992: Ukrainian National Team's first ever internation match as a FIFA member. We lost at home (Uzhhorod) to Hungary - 1:3
First coach: Viktor Prokopenko ()
First captain: Yuriy Shelepnytsky
First goal scored by UNT: Ivan Hetsko

May 31, 1992: First ever Ukrainian Cup winner has been decided. Chornomorets (under Viktor Prokopenko) beat Metalist Kharkiv 1:0 in Odesa.

June 21, 1992: First ever Ukrainian Premier League winner has been decided. In a play-off match between Dynamo Kyiv and Tavria Simferopol, Shevchenko's (not Andriy a.k.a. Sheva p) only goal in the game won the title for the Crimea team.

July 1992: Ukraine recieved a permanent FIFA membership and was now able to participate in all competitions under FIFA's helm.

August 19, 1992: A representative of the independant Ukraine debbuted in European competitions. Tavria drew with Shelbourne in Dublin - 0:0 and Chornomorets overcame Vaduc away from home - 5:0

October 21, 1993: Ukraine's first ever official international match - Ukraine U-21 beat Hungary U-21 in the Euro qualifications

May 8, 1994: Ukraine Youth Team (U-17, coach Volodymyr Kyyanchenko) won a bronze medal in the Euro-1994 beating Austria in the third place play-off.

September 1994: Ukraine National Team played its first ever official game - a 0:2 defeat by Lithuania in Kyiv in the Euro-1996 qualifications

June 27, 1996: New FFU president was appointed Valeriy Pustovoytenko.

April 7, 1999: Dynamo Kyiv reached the Champions League semi-final, where they were beated by Bayern Munich (3:3, 0:1)

June 24, 2000: Ukraine U-19 team (coach Anatoliy Kroschenko) became a European vice champion after losing to France U-19 in the final - 0:1.

August 16, 2000: New FFU president was appointed Hryhory Surkis.

28 June, 2001: Ukraine U-19 (coach Anatoliy Kroschenko) made its debut in the Junior World Cup. In the 1/8 Ukraine was beaten by Paraguay 1:2.

November 5, 2003: In Kyiv, for the first time on the territory of the Former Soviet Union states, the UEFA Executive Committee was held

May 19, 2004: Hryhory Surkis was elected as a member of the UEFA Executive Committee.

June 10, 2004: First ever Ukraine Super Cup was held. Dynamo Kyiv (Olexiy Mykhaylychenko) played Shakhtar Donetsk and won 6:5 on penalties after the game ended in a 1:1 draw.

June 21, 2004: Ukraine U-19 Team (Pavlo Yakovenko) reached Euro-2004 semi-final where they were defeated by Spain U-19 after extra time - 2:4 (2:2 @ full time), but in the next game won the bronze medals.

November 2004: Ukraine Nationa Team captain Andriy Shevchenko was voted as the Best European Player of the Year (Ballon d'Or) for the year 2004.

June 22, 2005: Ukraine U-20 Team (Olexiy Mykhaylychenko) participated in the Junior World Cup (U-20) In the Netherlands, reaching the 1/8 stage, where they were beated by Nigeria U-20 - 0:1.

June 18, 2005: FFU was officially announced as a contender for co-hosting Euro-2012 with Poland.

November 18, 2005: Ukraine and Poland's application for hosting Euro-2012 reached the final stage alognside Hungary/Croatia and Italy.

January 2006: Ukraine was announced as the host of the U-19 European championship in 2009 (in Donetsk and Mariupol).

June 4, 2006: Ukraine U-21 Team (Olexiy Mykhaylychenko) became a European vice-champion after getting beaten by Holland U-19 in the final - 0:3.

June 30, 2006: Ukraine NT, after reaching the quarter-final stage of the World Cup gets beated by Italy - 3:0.

November 29, 2006: House of football, first in its kind, was open in Kyiv. Lennart Johansson (UEFA president), Urs Linsi (FIFA secretary general), Michell Platini (member of UEFA executive committee) and heads of 32 National Federations and many other were present at the opening ceremony.

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December 7, 1999: Dynamo Kyiv reached the Champions League semi-final, where they were beated by Bayern Munich (3:3, 0:1)
Please double check the date... :rollani:

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"Please dont kill the messenger" p
http://komanda.com.ua/football/2006/12/12/ubiley/

P.S. Changed the date to April 7, 1999

Note: Dynamo also played Bayern on the 7th of December same year p
http://www.ukrsoccerhistory.com/sour...?page=ec4&cl=1
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"Please dont kill the messenger" p
http://komanda.com.ua/football/2006/12/12/ubiley/

P.S. Changed the date to April 7, 1999

Note: Dynamo also played Bayern on the 7th of December same year p
http://www.ukrsoccerhistory.com/sour...?page=ec4&cl=1
April 7, 2001 was a pretty nice day as well. Just came to my mind. :smileani:

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April 7, 2001 was a pretty nice day as well. Just came to my mind. :smileani:
You have good memory no doubt.p

Btw,where is the Dynamo-Juventus Cl quarter final in 98?

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That was a memorable tie indeed, kleber... I had so much hope after the 1:1 away draw, but then... Inzaghi, Inzaghi...
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That was a memorable tie indeed, kleber... I had so much hope after the 1:1 away draw, but then... Inzaghi, Inzaghi...
Juventus was much better the Dynamo,it took a great Shovkovsky! and mother luck to get a draw in turin then in the second leg the class of Zidane,del piero made the difference....lippi was the coach also.

Btw,you don't put the date there,i think it was 4 march the first leg.

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I didnt make this list, kleber, and dont think its worth adding anything esle to it... If you add this tie, why dont add Shakhtars debut game in the champions league or other seasons where Dynamo got to the CL play-off?
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I didnt make this list, kleber, and dont think its worth adding anything esle to it... If you add this tie, why dont add Shakhtars debut game in the champions league or other seasons where Dynamo got to the CL play-off?
Wth,that was a quarter-final of the cl you know.........

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Wth, where is all Karpaty games? p
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Ah, the Juventus game.

I enjoyed throwing snowballs!


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Ah, the Juventus game.

I enjoyed throwing snowballs!

You were there Tsarevich?

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kleber, do you even know what a snowball is? p
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In the winter on the Serra Da Estrela you have snow.

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In that season I was there at the games v Barcelona, PSV and Juventus.

The Newcastle game was played just a couple of days before I arrived in Ukraine for the very first time.

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I didnt make this list, kleber, and dont think its worth adding anything esle to it... If you add this tie, why dont add Shakhtars debut game in the champions league or other seasons where Dynamo got to the CL play-off?
Other seasons?? These were the only two... p

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Well, there was that other year, when they qualified from their group, but at the time there was that dumb rule of two group stages. In the second group they were only the second team in CL history not to qualify further with 10 points. I think it was in 2000.

btw, this record is now beaten... In this campaign Werder got 11 points and didnt qualify...
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Well, there was that other year, when they qualified from their group, but at the time there was that dumb rule of two group stages. In the second group they were only the second team in CL history not to qualify further with 10 points. I think it was in 2000.
Exactly, as I've already told there was no 'other' season. p
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btw, this record is now beaten... In this campaign Werder got 11 points and didnt qualify...
No, they didn't get 11... :rollani:

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Well, they did get thru to the next stage (the one after the group stage) on more than 2 occasions p

P.S. As for Werder, you're right... I just got that mental picture from live standings during the last group matches of all 3 teams having 11 points and werder being 3rd...

Record Update p on 2 out of 4 occassions a team didnt progress to the next stage having 10 points was Dynamo...
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Dynamo is pretty unlucky with CL groups.

Real and Lyon
Real and Leverkusen
Arsenal and Inter
Newcastle and Juve

Dynamo Kyiv are better than Shakhtar Donnetsk!
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