Synonyms for podillya_khmelnytskyi or Related words with podillya_khmelnytskyi

halychyna_drohobych              dnipro_cherkasy              naftovyk_okhtyrka              desna_chernihiv              bukovyna_chernivtsi              zakarpattia_uzhhorod              krystal_chortkiv              krystal_kherson              avanhard_rovenky              tytan_armyansk              zirka_kirovohrad              okean_kerch              borysfen_boryspil              stal_alchevsk              hirnyk_sport_komsomolsk              veres_rivne              oskil_kupyansk              chaika_sevastopol              dynamo_saky              shakhtar_horlivka              prykarpattia_ivano_frankivsk              enerhetyk_burshtyn              ros_bila_tserkva              aet_pk              metalurh_novomoskovsk              nyva              polissya_zhytomyr              karpaty_mukacheve              hazovyk_komarno              fc_khimik              elektron_romny              enerhiya_nova_kakhovka              torpedo_zaporizhia              khimik_zhytomyr              mayak_kharkiv              skala_stryi              kremin_kremenchuk              nyva_vinnytsia              dnister_ovidiopol              metalurh              torpedo_melitopol              vahonobudivnyk_stakhanov              cska_kyiv              zirka_nibas_kirovohrad              podillia_khmelnytskyi              atlantyka_sevastopol              meliorator_kakhovka              fc_nyva              shakhtar_pavlohrad              avanhard_rivne             



Examples of "podillya_khmelnytskyi"
"Bukovyna Chernivtsi", "Podillya Khmelnytskyi" participated previously in the First League.
The club was founded in 2009. Dynamo Khmelnytskyi succeeded by the team was called "FC Podillya-Khmelnytskyi" on March 2, 2009 so as not to be directly associated with the original team from Khmelnytskyi "(FC Podillya Khmelnytskyi)"
The Sport Complex Podillya (also known as the Podillya Stadium; ; Sportyvnyĭ kompleks "Podillya") is a sports facility in Khmelnytskyi, Ukraine. The stadium was the home stadium of Ukrainian football club Podillya Khmelnytskyi, and now Podillya-Khmelnytskyi.
Kaverin is product of FC Podillya Khmelnytskyi youth sportive school. His first trainer was Mykola Shershun. Played in the Ukrainian Premier League.
Leonidov is product of youth team systems of FC Metalist. He spent three months on loan in the Ukrainian Second League's club FC Podillya Khmelnytskyi.
FC Podillya Khmelnytskyi is a professional Ukrainian football team that is based in Khmelnytskyi, Khmelnytskyi Oblast, Ukraine. The club has been admitted to the PFL and will compete in the 2016–17 Ukrainian Second League.
The following clubs received bye for the next round: Podillya Khmelnytskyi, Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih, Dynamo Bila Tserkva, Kolos Nikopol, Dnipro Cherkasy, Shakhtar Pavlohrad, SKA Kiev, Mayak Kharkiv, Zirka Kirovohrad, Desna Chernihiv.
Before the next season started FC Podillya Khmelnytskyi who finish 2nd in the Ukrainian Second League 2003-04 season merges with Krasyliv-Obolon and moves the team operations from Khmelnytskyi to Krasyliv prior to the start of season.
He was the coach of FC Podillya-Khmelnytskyi in its debuting season of 2007-08. After it finished 3rd, Bohdan left to PFC Nyva Vinnytsia where he is currently the head coach.
Sergei Georgiyevich Galmakov (; born March 16, 1971) is a retired Russian professional footballer. He made his professional debut in the Ukrainian Second League in 1992 for FC Podillya Khmelnytskyi.
FC Krasyliv was a farm team of FC Obolon' Kyiv when it played in the Ukrainian First League and finished the 2003–04 season in 13th place. After the merger FC Krasyliv with FC Podillya Khmelnytskyi, the team moved from the provincial city of Krasyliv to the Oblast seat, Khmelnytskyi. It kept Podillya's name and became independent from Obolon. They play at Podillya Stadium which has 10,000 seats. After they merged with FC Krasyliv in 2004, they reorganized as a new club with the name FC Podillya-Khmelnytskyi in 2007.
Maksym Valeriyovych Borovkov (, born on 5 April 1977, Ukrainian SSR) is a professional Ukrainian football midfielder and forward who plays for FSC Prykarpattya Ivano-Frankivsk in the Ukrainian First League. He has previously played for FC Metalurh Novomoskovsk, FC Elektrometalurh-NZF Nikopol, FC Krasyliv, FC Podillya Khmelnytskyi, Prykarpattya Ivano-Frankivsk and FC Desna Chernihiv.
Kostyshyn began his career in Podillya-Khmelnytskyi, from which he moved to play for CSKA Kyiv, Arsenal Kyiv, Dnipro and in 2007 he joined Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih. Kostyshyn played 270 matches in the Ukrainian Premier League and managed to score 26 goals. He is currently one of the vice-captains of the club, and captained Kryvbas four times.
Lemishevsky began his career in 2006 with Iskra-Skirts in the Ukrainian Football Amateur League. In 2007 he signed with FC Podillya Khmelnytskyi of the Ukrainian Second League, where he featured in a total of 28 matches. In 2008, he transferred to FC Dynamo Khmelnytskyi, and played in 23 matches. Lemishevsky had stints with FC Yednist' Plysky, FC Dynamo Khmelnytskyi, and FC Ahrobiznes Volochysk. In 2016, he went overseas to Canada to sign with FC Ukraine United of the Canadian Soccer League.
Pavlo Hai-Nyzhnyk () was born on May 28, 1971 in Dunaivtsi of Western Podillya (Khmelnytskyi Oblast), Soviet Union and is a Ukrainian historian, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Senior Research Scientist at I.F.Kuras Institute of Political and Ethnic Studies of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Academician of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences (Kyiv), Head of Department of Historical Studies at the Scientific Research Institute of Ukrainian Studies (Kyiv), and Ukrainian poet (Laureate International Literature Prize I.Koshelivets by 2013).
In 1999-2000, he was coach of Podillya Khmelnytskyi. In 2000-2003, he was in charge of FC Krasyliv, which finished first in the Ukrainian Second League under his leadership and were promoted to the Ukrainian First League. In 2003-04, he was coach of Spartak Ivano-Frankivsk. In 2004-05, he was the coach of Metalurh-2 Zaphorizhya, and in 2005-06 he was the coach of Obolon Kyiv.
Bulkin began his football career in 2008 in the Ukrainian Second League with FC Ros Bila Tserkva, where he appeared in a total of 15 matches. During his time in the second league he had stints with FC Desna Chernihiv, and FC Dynamo Khmelnytskyi. In 2012, he signed with FC Arsenal-Kyivshchyna Bila Tserkva which played in the Ukrainian First League. The following year he played with FC Podillya Khmelnytskyi, and in 2016 he went overseas to Canada to play with FC Ukraine United of the Canadian Soccer League.
Basarab began playing football in 2005 with FC Chornohora Ivano-Frankivsk in the Ukrainian Second League.In 2006, he made the jump to the Ukrainian First League with FC Spartak Ivano-Frankivsk. After his brief stint in the First League he would have several stints in the Second League with FC Podillya Khmelnytskyi, FC Naftovyk Dolyna, FC Karpaty Yaremche, FC Nyva-V Vinnytsia, and FC Skala Stryi. He returned to the First League in the 2011/2012 season on a loan deal to FC Lviv. Then finished off his career in Ukraine with PFC Nyva Ternopil, and FC Karpaty Broshniv-Osada. In 2015, he went abroad to Canada to sign with Toronto Atomic FC of the Canadian Soccer League.
Yanchuk began his career in 2006 with Iskra-Skirts in the Ukrainian Football Amateur League. In 2007 he signed with FC Podillya Khmelnytskyi of the Ukrainian Second League, where he featured in a total of 24 matches.In 2008, he went overseas to Canada to play with FC Ukraine United in the Ontario Soccer League. During his tenure with Ukraine United he won the OSL Central Regional Division title, George Finnie Cup, and the Great Lakes Cup. In 2016, he played an instrumental role along with Vladimir Koval, and Andrei Malychenkov in bringing Ukraine United into the Canadian Soccer League. In his debut season in the CSL he served as club president while remaining an active player.
New players came before the beginning of 1996–97 season, now Ihor Yavorskyi began to bring experienced players to the squad. Ukrainian veteran Bohdan Samardak (33) came from Bukovyna Chernivtsi, Kyrgyz former international of Ukrainian descent Oleg Kazmirchuk (28) was signed as a free agent after a spell at FC Naftokhimik Kremenchuk last season, former Lithuania national football team defender/midfielder Igoris Pankratjevas (32) was transferred from Podillya Khmelnytskyi. Also the team players such as Ihor Biskup turned already 36 and Vitaliy Rudnytskyi – 32, so the most aged team in 1996–97 Vyshcha Liha finished in the midtable in 9th place, which was the best result of the time under Ihor Yavorskyi as a head coach.