Synonyms for borysfen_boryspil or Related words with borysfen_boryspil

desna_chernihiv              naftovyk_okhtyrka              zirka_kirovohrad              krystal_kherson              zakarpattia_uzhhorod              bukovyna_chernivtsi              tytan_armyansk              cska_kyiv              dnipro_cherkasy              aet_pk              veres_rivne              hirnyk_sport_komsomolsk              podillya_khmelnytskyi              metalurh_zaporizhia              stal_alchevsk              kryvbas_kryvyi_rih              nyva_ternopil              polissya_zhytomyr              halychyna_drohobych              oskil_kupyansk              metalurh_novomoskovsk              kremin_kremenchuk              nyva_vinnytsia              enerhetyk_burshtyn              avanhard_rovenky              shakhtar_horlivka              okean_kerch              fc_zirka_kirovohrad              vahonobudivnyk_stakhanov              elektron_romny              dynamo_saky              hazovyk_komarno              fc_khimik              nyva              ros_bila_tserkva              prykarpattia_ivano_frankivsk              dnister_ovidiopol              spartak_sumy              khimik_severodonetsk              karpaty_mukacheve              naftovyk_ukrnafta_okhtyrka              enerhiya_nova_kakhovka              krystal_chortkiv              shakhtar_sverdlovsk              naftan_novopolotsk              torpedo_zaporizhia              dnepr_mogilev              metalurh_nikopol              torpedo_zhodino              fc_bukovyna_chernivtsi             



Examples of "borysfen_boryspil"
FC Borysfen-2 Boryspil was a Ukrainian football farm team of FC Borysfen Boryspil from Boryspil, Kiev oblast.
Sukhomlynov spent most of his career playing football for Ukrainian Premier League sides FC Borysfen Boryspil, FC Chornomorets Odessa, FC Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih and FC Metalist Kharkiv. He also spent time in the Ukrainian lower leagues with Borysfen Boryspil, FC Inter Boyarka and FC CSKA Kyiv.
Both clubs from the Kiev region, FC Obolon Kyiv and FC Borysfen Boryspil, that performed very well last season were forced into relegation due to their poor performance. Especially, strikingly bad season had Borysfen that managed to win three games.
He played for Chornomorets Odesa. In the past, Sokolenko also played for such teams as Borysfen Boryspil-2, FC Enerhetyk Burshtyn, Górnik Łęczna, FC Desna Chernihiv, Polonia Bytom, and FC Energie Cottbus in the German 2. Bundesliga
Artem Semenko is a product of Metalurh Zaporizhya Youth school system, where he was trained by Yevheniy Bulhakov. He game his debut for the senior team on 17 June 2005, in a home match against Borysfen Boryspil.
Karamushka is the product of FC Dnipro Cherkasy youth school system. Before moving to Tavriya, he played for Borysfen Boryspil, FC Metalurh Zaporizhya, and FC Kharkiv, where he scored 3 goals in 68 matches.
From the start of the Ukrainian Premier League 2009–10 season Arsenal Kyiv plays their home games at the stadium. Borysfen Boryspil also used the stadium as their home ground until the club folded in 2007. Other clubs to have used this facility include: Knyazha Schaslyve, CSCA Kyiv and their reserve team, FC Dynamo-2 Kyiv, FC Dynamo-3 Kyiv. The stadium also hosted playoff games for promotion to the Ukrainian First League 1998-99 between Prykarpattia Ivano-Frankivsk and Cherkasy as well as women's, youth and junior internationals. The record attendance for a game is 6,500 when Borysfen Boryspil hosted Dynamo Kyiv on April 9, 2005.
FC Arsenal Kyiv, FC Metalurh Donetsk, FC Borysfen Boryspil, FC Kharkiv, FC Lviv, FC Obolon Kyiv, FC Oleksandriya (based on the Soviet club FC Polihraftekhnika), FC Olimpik Donetsk, FC Sevastopol (based on the Soviet club FC Chaika), FC Zirka Kropyvnytskyi (inherited record of the original Soviet club FC Zirka).
FC Borysfen Boryspil is a formerly professional Ukrainian football club from Boryspil, Ukraine. It was founded in February 1993. The club was re-founded in 2013 after bankruptcy in 2007, joining the local amateur league with a view to return to professional football.
Other clubs to have used this facility, especially the synthetic pitch in the early spring when other pitches are still frozen have been Arsenal Kyiv, CSCA Kyiv and their reserve team, FC Obolon Kyiv, FC Borysfen Boryspil and FC Nafkom Brovary.
After he retired from playing football, he was invited to work as an assistant coach in 1998. In 2000, Ryabokon became the head coach of the FC Borysfen Boryspil and two years later got the team promoted to the Ukrainian Premier League.
On March 16, 2007 FC Borysfen Boryspil was excluded from competitions for systematic violation of statute and regulations of FFU and PFL, failure to comply with their organs of administration and implementation football justice as well as failure to fulfill terms of contracts with players and financial obligations to FFU and PFL. In the rest of games were nominated technical losses to the team and its opponents - technical victory.
In 1994 FC CSCA Kyiv while being in the Third League was promoted to the Second League. Borysfen Boryspil that was playing in the 1994–95 Ukrainian First League in the mid-season merged with the Central Sports Club of the Armed Forces of Ukraine under the name FC CSKA-Borysfen Kyiv. At that time the Central Sports Club of the Armed Forces of Ukraine obtained two professional teams, one in the Ukrainian First League, while the other in the Ukrainian Second League. FC CSCA Kyiv was kept as the "Borysfen's" second team in the Second League. In 1995 FC CSKA-Borysfen Kyiv was promoted to the Ukrainian Higher League.
The Cup started with a qualification round on July 29, 2000 and consisted of 12 pairs. The previous year's winner Borysfen Boryspil did not compete, while the finalist Kherson was eliminated in the qualification round by Tytan Armyansk. Unlike the previous year's edition all rounds consisted of a single match. The first round started on August 6. The best four teams qualified for the main event and later continued with this tournament from the semi-final stage. In the Ukrainian Cup the qualified teams Sokil and Polissya managed to make it to the second round, while Mashynobudivnyk was eliminated in the first. Tytan chose not to participate in the main event.
Milevskiy played at the youth level for Smena Minsk of Belarus. In 2000 he moved to Ukraine FC Borysfen Boryspil before joining FC Dynamo Kyiv in 2002. He made his debut for Dynamo as a late substitute in a UEFA Champions League match against FC Internazionale on 10 December 2003, aged just 18. It was his only appearance of the 2003/04 season. The next season he also only made one appearance, this time in the Ukrainian Premier League against FC Chornomorets Odesa. The 2005/06 season was one where Artem began to show his talent for Dynamo. He made 13 appearances, scoring four goals.
Hromțov began playing football with Moldovan side CS Tiligul-Tiras Tiraspol. In 2004, he would move abroad to play in the Ukrainian Premier League for FC Borysfen Boryspil. He spent the next several seasons as a journeyman, playing in the Russian First Division for FC Khimki, Belarusian Premier League for FC Dinamo Minsk, Ukrainian First League with FC Dnipro Cherkasy and FC Volyn Lutsk, Kazakhstan Premier League with FC Kaisar, Armenian Premier League with FC Banants and Azerbaijan Premier League with PFC Turan Tovuz.
In 1996 CSKA-Borysfen went through another transformation when it split into two different clubs: CSKA Kyiv and Borysfen Boryspil. The management of CSKA-Borysfen decided to recreate a club in Boryspil, while CSKA was reorganized by the Ministry of Defense as the first team of CSKA. Simultaneously, the actual CSKA that was competing at the lower division won a promotion and was later reorganized as the second team, CSKA-2. Borysfen after competing at the amateur level of the Kyiv Oblast applied to enter the professional competitions and gained entry to the lower divisions of the championship.
Aliyev began his career in Borysfen-2 Boryspil (a second team of FC Borysfen Boryspil) in Druha Liha A. It was a youth club that was participating on the professional level similar to FC Dynamo-3 Kyiv and Aliyev at that time was a minor (underage). In 2002, he joined Dynamo Kyiv where he was featured mostly in Dynamo-2 Kyiv in the Ukrainian First League. He was really successful in the Dynamo-2 so he was loaned of to Ukrainian Premier League side Metalurh Zaporizhya. With Zaporizhya, he managed to get to the Ukrainian Cup finals.
Bidnenko started his career with hometown club FC Borysfen Boryspil in 1997 and played over 160 games before a transfer to Dynamo Kyiv in 2003. Restricted to only twelve appearances in one and a half seasons, he joined FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk in 2004. After making 18 appearances due to injuries he was sent on loan to FC Naftovyk Okhtyrka until the end of the 2007–08 season. In 2009, he was loaned to Arsenal Kyiv. On 17 October 2009, he signed a deal with FC Chornomorets Odesa until the end of the 2009–10 season. He has been a Ukrainian Premier League champion in 2003–04, and a runner-up and Ukrainian Cup winner in 2004–05.
According to football chronicle writer Yuriy Lander who published his book "Football in Ukraine", FC Borysfen Boryspil was promoted in 1993 instead of FC Nyva-Borysfen Myronivka after the 1992-93 Ukrainian Third League. Many players who played for Nyva became players of Nyva-Borysfen and later FC Boryspil. In 1994 after the winter break, Nyva-Borysfen was simply renamed into "FC Boryspil", while another team from village of Karapyshi, Myronivka Raion moved to the raion seat also under the name of Nyva. Later the new Nyva was renamed into Nyva-Kosmos. Many football statisticians such Olexiy Kobyzev who bases his facts on the handbook of "Football in Ukraine" do not mention about that technical detail.