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FC Sevastopol

Sevastopol
File:Sevastopol.png
Full name Football Club Sevastopol
Founded 2002
Ground Sevastopol Sports Complex
Druzhba Stadium, Bakhchisaray
Ground Capacity 5,644
Chairman Ukraine Oleksandr Krasylnykov
Head Coach Ukraine Hennadiy Orbu
League Ukrainian Premier League
2012-13 Ukrainian First League, 1st (promoted)
Home colours
Away colours

FC Sevastopol (Ukrainian: ФК "Севастополь") is a Ukrainian football club based in Sevastopol. The club is a spiritual descendant of the Soviet clubs from Sevastopol such as Chaika Sevastopol and SC Black Sea Fleet.

History

The current club was founded in 2002 after another club from Sevastopol Chaika Sevastopol was relegated from professional ranks and dissolved. FC Sevastopol started out from the Ukrainian Second League and soon was promoted to the Ukrainian First League in 2007. In 2010–11 the club took part in the Premier League of Ukraine for the first time. The club was relegated in its first season back in the Ukrainian First League once more. But the club returned to the Ukrainian Premier League after one season there in which they won promotion to the Ukrainian Premier League.[1]

The club's colours are all red (home) and all dark blue (away).

Stadium

For the first half of the 2009–10 season the home ground of the club was located outside the Sevastopol city limits. FC Sevastopol played at the Druzhba Stadium located in Bakhchisaray, Crimea.[2] After the winter break they returned to their home ground SK Sevastopol. There are promises to rebuild the Hirnyk Stadium in Balaklava, which is part of the Sevastopol municipality. The reconstruction of Hirnyk is predicted to take place some time in the future.

Football kits and sponsors

Years[3] Football kit Shirt sponsor
2010-2011 lotto/nike Smart Holding[4]
2013-2014 nike Smart Holding
2014-present le coq sportif Kyivstar

Current squad

The squad is provided here according to the club's Official website, as of 14 July 2013 Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Ukraine GK Oleh Chuvayev
2 Ukraine DF Volodymyr Fedoriv
4 Serbia MF Igor Duljaj
5 Germany DF Denis Prychynenko
7 Ukraine MF Vitaliy Vitsenets (on loan from Shakhtar)
8 Ukraine MF Artur Karnoza
9 Ukraine FW Oleksandr Kovpak
10 Ukraine MF Oleksandr Zhabokrytskyy
11 Ukraine MF Kostyantyn Yaroshenko
13 Lithuania DF Saulius Mikoliūnas
14 Ukraine MF Ruslan Malinovskyi (on loan from Shakhtar)
15 Republic of Macedonia FW Besart Ibraimi
17 Ukraine FW Volodymyr Koval
18 Poland MF Mariusz Lewandowski (Captain)
19 Ukraine MF Denys Kozhanov (on loan from Shakhtar)
No. Position Player
20 Ukraine FW Oleksandr Karavayev (on loan from Shakhtar)
23 Ukraine GK Kostyantyn Makhnovskyi
30 Ukraine DF Yevhen Neplyakh
33 Ukraine DF Yevhen Novak
34 Ukraine MF Volodymyr Tanchyk
36 Ukraine DF Oleksandr Chyzhov (on loan from Shakhtar)
44 Ukraine DF Serhiy Symonenko
50 Brazil MF Farley
72 Ukraine GK Ihor Lytovka
77 Georgia (country) DF Mate Ghvinianidze
79 Ukraine FW Serhiy Kuznetsov
88 Ukraine MF Anton Kramar
92 Ukraine FW Pylyp Budkivskiy (on loan from Shakhtar)
99 Ukraine MF Andriy Kiva

Reserve squad

see: FC Sevastopol-2

Honors

2006–07 Champions Group B
2009–10
2012–13

League and Cup history

Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Domestic Cup Europe Notes
2002–03 3rd "B" 9 30 12 4 14 31 36 40 Round of 32
2003–04 3rd "B" 10 30 10 8 12 26 33 38 Round of 32
2004–05 3rd "B" 13 26 7 4 15 19 34 25 Round of 32
2005–06 3rd "B" 3 28 15 6 7 48 29 51 Round of 64
2006–07 3rd "B" 1 28 21 1 6 58 21 64 Quarterfinals Promoted
2007–08 2nd 15 38 12 7 19 38 55 43 Round of 16
2008–09 2nd 4 32 15 6 11 43 41 51 Round of 32
2009–10 2nd 1 34 24 4 6 68 27 76 Round of 32 Promoted
2010–11 1st 15 30 7 6 17 26 48 27 Quarterfinals Relegated
2011–12 2nd 3 34 23 7 4 60 22 76 Round of 16
2012–13 2nd 1 34 22 8 4 71 22 74 Semifinals Promoted
2013–14 1st 1/16 finals

Coaches

References

External links

  • Official website
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