Synonyms for naftovyk_okhtyrka or Related words with naftovyk_okhtyrka

zakarpattia_uzhhorod              dnipro_cherkasy              bukovyna_chernivtsi              desna_chernihiv              zirka_kirovohrad              tytan_armyansk              podillya_khmelnytskyi              krystal_kherson              stal_alchevsk              okean_kerch              hirnyk_sport_komsomolsk              borysfen_boryspil              halychyna_drohobych              prykarpattia_ivano_frankivsk              oskil_kupyansk              polissya_zhytomyr              veres_rivne              naftovyk_ukrnafta_okhtyrka              torpedo_zaporizhia              chaika_sevastopol              enerhetyk_burshtyn              hazovyk_komarno              kremin_kremenchuk              metalurh_nikopol              enerhiya_nova_kakhovka              dnister_ovidiopol              elektron_romny              avanhard_rovenky              metalurh_novomoskovsk              nyva_ternopil              mayak_kharkiv              kryvbas_kryvyi_rih              metalurh_zaporizhia              krystal_chortkiv              shakhtar_horlivka              nyva_vinnytsia              ska_kyiv              avanhard_rivne              aet_pk              vahonobudivnyk_stakhanov              karpaty_mukacheve              dynamo_saky              ros_bila_tserkva              torpedo_lutsk              khimik_severodonetsk              meliorator_kakhovka              nyva              khimik_zhytomyr              helios_kharkiv              atlantyka_sevastopol             



Examples of "naftovyk_okhtyrka"
Naftovyk Okhtyrka was created as a team of the Oil and Gaz administration "Okhtyrkanaftogaz" (today part of Ukrnafta) in 1980.
The company distributes its oil products through some 391 petrol stations. Ukrnafta also owns the football club FC Naftovyk Okhtyrka.
1991 Football Championship of Ukrainian SSR was the last season of association football competition of the Ukrainian SSR, which was part of the Soviet Lower Second League. The competition was won for the first time by FC Naftovyk Okhtyrka.
FC Naftovyk Okhtyrka is a Ukrainian football club based in Okhtyrka, Ukraine, where it was founded in 1980. The name of club translates as Oiler, Ukrnafta is the name for company that owns it.
Naftovyk Okhtyrka took part in the first Ukrainian Premier League season in 1992, after being initially chosen to participate for being the Ukrainian SSR Champion in 1991 (Note: republican level championships were part of Soviet Second League B). Naftovyk Okhtyrka took 8th place in its group that season and was demoted to the Persha Liha as a result. Since 2004 the club took name FC Naftovyk-Ukrnafta Okhtyrka due to sponsorship from Ukrnafta. The club's crest carries the Okhtyrka city coat of arms. During the 2007–08 season, FC Naftovyk-Ukrnafta Okhtyrka finished 15th in the Ukrainian Premier League and was relegated back to Persha Liha and will play there during the 2008–09 season.
The most successful club in the league is the second squad of Dynamo Kyiv. Out of non-second squads the most successful are Zakarpattya Uzhhorod (two 1st place and two 2nds) and Zirka Kirovohrad (two 1st places). Zirka, however, went through some reorganizations in the 2000s after going into bankruptcy. A couple of seasons afterwards it returned to the competitions. Pointswise over the whole history the other two teams that follow Dynamo-2 Kyiv are Naftovyk Okhtyrka and Stal Alchevsk. The second squad of the militiamen (Dynamo) is the only team that has participated in every single season in the Ukrainian First League. Naftovyk Okhtyrka and Stal Alchevsk have missed two and three seasons respectively.
Ukrainian First League 1993–94 was the third season of the Ukrainian First League which was won by Prykarpattia Ivano-Frankivsk. The season started on August 15, 1993, and its final round (40th) was played on July 3, 1994. In the last round Evis Mykolaiv (Shipbuilders) snatched the ticket to the Ukrainian Premier League from under the nose of Polihraftekhnika Oleksandriya (a point ahead of the Shipbuilders) by beating Naftovyk Okhtyrka 2:1 after allowing the first goal.
The league was reorganized from the previous season into a single group of 22 teams of which the best one was Nyva Vinnytsia. The league was joined by six clubs relegated from the Ukrainian Premier League, while no clubs were promoted from the Ukrainian Second League. The biggest favorite of the season FC Naftovyk Okhtyrka missed its chance to get back to the League of the strongest. Impressive season was for the FC Vorskla Poltava and FC Polihraftekhnika Oleksandria who will be setting a pace in the following years in the league. Disappointing season had FC Metalurh Nikopol and FC Pryladyst Mukacheve that nearly made it to the Top League last season.
Yevtushok started his career in 1990 at SC Tavriya Simferopol, where he played the last two season of the Soviet First League. In 1992, he joined Naftovyk Okhtyrka, a team which was previously in the 4th tier of the Soviet League, for the inaugural Ukrainian Premier League season. The club was relegated and ended in the 3rd place in the 1992–93 Ukrainian First League. He also played in the 1992–93 Ukrainian Second League for Yavir Krasnopillya, which also ended in the 3rd place.
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.