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FFU Council of Regions

FFU Council of Regions was founded on August 16, 2000. It is the Committee that is dedicated to the development of football in the regions throughout the country. The Committee is the subordinating and the canstantly acting member of the Football Federation of Ukraine.

Goals

Administration
Name Position
Anatoliy Diachenko president
Ivan Hayvoronskyi vice-president
Andriy Havashi vice-president
  • Insuring and providing the growth of football level and mass in the regions of Ukraine based on the consolidation the resource of the organizations and the individuals that are interested in its development.
  • Democratization of the football administration. Providing synchronized actitions and football solidarity in all regions of Ukraine that are interested in the development of football.
  • Improving the preparation system of players and the methodology of football as a game in the regions.
  • Development the system of propaganda and popularization of football in the regions.
  • Gratify and protect the interest of regional federation, members of the FFU.

Members

There are 27 members. In each region conducts its on championship, while most of them has the second and the third tiers of league competitions. Each region also conducts a regional cup competitions as well as some additional regional tournaments. Along with it each regional federation has several smaller regional federations of its own (raion and city federations). Note that the Sevastopol City Football Federation cooperates with the Crimean Republican Football Federation and often teams from Sevastopol compete in the championship of the peninsula.

Football Federation Top league Supplemental league Other leagues
and organizations
Links
Cherkasy Oblast First League Second League Other leagues
Chernihiv Oblast First League Second League Other leagues
Chernivtsi Oblast First League Second League Other leagues Bukovyna Sport-Portal
Crimea First League Second League Other leagues Crimean Republican Football Federation
Dnipropetrovsk Oblast First League Second League Other leagues Kryvyi Rih Football Federation
Donetsk Oblast First League Second League Other leagues Donetsk Oblast Football Federation
Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast First League Second League Other leagues Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast Football Federation
Kharkiv Oblast First League Second League Other leagues
Kherson Oblast First League Second League Other leagues Kherson Oblast Football Federation
Khmelnytskyi Oblast First League Second League Other leagues
Kirovohrad Oblast First League Second League Other leagues
Kyiv Oblast First League Second League Other leagues Kyiv Oblast Sport-Portal
Luhansk Oblast First League Second League Other leagues
Lviv Oblast First League Second League Other leagues Lviv Oblast Football Federation
Mykolaiv Oblast First League Second League Other leagues Mykolaiv Oblast Football Federation
Odessa Oblast First League Second League Other leagues Odessa Football-Portal
Poltava Oblast First League Second League Other leagues Fan-site of Vorskla
Rivne Oblast First League Second League Other leagues Ostroh Raion Football Federation
Sumy Oblast First League Second League Other leagues
Ternopil Oblast First League Second League Other leagues
Vinnytsia Oblast First League Second League Other leagues Vinnytsia Oblast Football Federation
Volyn Oblast First League Second League Other leagues Volyn Oblast Football Federation
Zakarpattia Oblast First League Second League Other leagues Zakarpattia Oblast Football Federation
Zaporizhia Oblast First League Second League Other leagues
Zhytomyr Oblast First League Second League Other leagues Football-Portal of Malyn
Kyiv First League Second League Other leagues Kyiv Football Federation
Sevastopol First League Second League Other leagues Sevastopol Football Federation

See also

References

List of FFU members (Ukrainian)

External links

  • Official site (Ukrainian)


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