Synonyms for torpedo_zaporizhia or Related words with torpedo_zaporizhia

desna_chernihiv              tytan_armyansk              naftovyk_okhtyrka              zakarpattia_uzhhorod              bukovyna_chernivtsi              okean_kerch              zirka_kirovohrad              mayak_kharkiv              stal_alchevsk              dnipro_cherkasy              torpedo_melitopol              polissya_zhytomyr              ros_bila_tserkva              nyva_ternopil              hirnyk_sport_komsomolsk              veres_rivne              hazovyk_komarno              kremin_kremenchuk              krystal_kherson              avanhard_rivne              metalurh_nikopol              halychyna_drohobych              kolos_nikopol              podillya_khmelnytskyi              metalurh_zaporizhia              dnister_ovidiopol              vahonobudivnyk_stakhanov              kryvbas_kryvyi_rih              atlantyka_sevastopol              chaika_sevastopol              avanhard_rovenky              naftovyk_ukrnafta_okhtyrka              prykarpattia_ivano_frankivsk              shakhtar_horlivka              borysfen_boryspil              enerhiya_nova_kakhovka              helios_kharkiv              dynamo_irpin              aet_pk              torpedo_lutsk              karpaty_mukacheve              sudnobudivnyk_mykolaiv              metalurh_novomoskovsk              krystal_chortkiv              khimik_severodonetsk              oskil_kupyansk              nyva_vinnytsia              shakhtar_pavlohrad              novator_zhdanov              spartak_sumy             

Examples of "torpedo_zaporizhia"
Originally the stadium was a home to the factory team FC Torpedo Zaporizhia that existed in 1982-2002.
Kuptsov played for teams like FC Metalurh Donetsk, FC Torpedo Zaporizhia, FC Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih, FC Karpaty Lviv, FC Shakhtar Donetsk and FC Kremin Kremenchuk.
In 2001, the Football Federation of Ukraine suspended the stadium and Metalurh played its home games at the AvtoZAZ Stadium which was a home ground of FC Torpedo Zaporizhia. After the renovations, Metalurh returned.
Serhiy Oleksandrovych Perepadenko (; ; born 26 May 1972 in Zaporizhia) is a retired Ukrainian professional footballer. He made his professional debut in the Soviet Second League in 1989 for FC Torpedo Zaporizhia.
For most of his career he played for Torpedo Zaporizhia, later Metalurh. Bondarenko played for Turkmenistan national team at the 1998 Asian Games (Thailand). He has a twin brother Oleksandr who is also a football player.
Yuriy Mykolayovych Sak (; ; born 3 January 1967 in Zaporizhia) is a Ukrainian professional football coach and a former player. As of 2009, he works as an assistant coach with FC Zirka Kirovohrad. He made his professional debut in the Soviet Second League in 1985 for FC Torpedo Zaporizhia.
Andriy Hlushchenko (born 18 March 1974) is a Ukrainian football goalkeeper coach at Chornomorets Odessa of the Ukrainian Premier League. Prior to that, he played at Torpedo Zaporizhia, Zirka Kirovohrad, Metalurh Zaporizhya, llychivets Mariupol and Chornomorets Odessa and was also a goalkeeper coach at Metalurh Zaporizhya.
In 2002–03 under Torpedo Zaporizhia brand played a football team of the Zaporizhia Institute of State and Municipal Administration (ZIGMU), formerly FC Viktor Zaporizhia. After relegation the team was renamed into ZIGMU-Spartak Zaporizhia and continued to play in regional competitions.
Arsen Georgievich Avakov is a former Tajik player who currently works as a team director for FC TSK Simferopol. He is of Armenian descent. Arsen won the top scorer award in the Ukrainian Premier League in 1995 while playing for FC Torpedo Zaporizhia, the first foreign player in history of the Ukrainian Premier League to do so.
Note: the 1998–99 Ukrainian First League was won by the second team of Dynamo Kyiv, FC Dynamo-2 Kyiv, which could not be promoted. The third placed team FC Torpedo Zaporizhia was originally also had to be promoted, but due to its financial situation it filed for bankruptcy. Because of the situation with Torpedo, the Professional Football League of Ukraine scheduled a plyoff game which was won by Prykarpattia.
Oleksandr Mykolayovych Bondarenko (; ; born 29 June 1966 in Zaporizhia) is a retired Ukrainian football player who played in Hungary for BVSC Budapest. He also played in FC Torpedo Zaporizhia along with his twin brother, Roman, who spent almost ten years as the forward there. When there started financial troubles for BVSC Budapest (bankrupt since 2001) he returned to Odessa together with Oleksandr Nikiforov, and later back to the central Ukraine.
1990 Football Championship of Ukrainian SSR was the 60th season of association football competition of the Ukrainian SSR, which at the time was a part of the Soviet Lower Second League. The Soviet Second League was split this season and all national (republican) competitions were placed at the lower league (4th division), while the upper league (3rd division) was transformed into a buffer league. The 1990 Football Championship of Ukrainian SSR was won for the first time by FC Torpedo Zaporizhia.
The first Cup competition in independent Ukraine had an unlikely winner, similar to the championship of 1992. The main contender, Dynamo Kyiv, settled for a draw in its first game at home against a team that was an amateur club in Soviet times, Skala Stryi. In the following quarter-finals round, the team faced defeat by Torpedo Zaporizhia. Eventually that competition was won by Chornomorets Odesa.
1992–93 Ukrainian Cup was the second edition of the Ukrainian Cup competition. It started on July 26, 1992, with a "Podillya face-off" and concluded with the final on May 30, 1993. The main highlights of this season's edition was a successful play of FC Khimik Severodonetsk who made to the quarterfinals at expense of FC Shakhtar Donetsk, defeating them at the first stage of the Cup competition. Another sensation was the defeat of the defending champions FC Chornomorets Odessa from their city-mates SC Odessa in the first round of the competition as well. Once again teams FC Torpedo Zaporizhia and FC Metalist Kharkiv made to the semifinals.
Considering such a schedule and the fact that the Ukrainian Cup competition was on the way simultaneously, the Ukrainian clubs had to forfeit their scheduled games in the Soviet Cup competition. In addition to that Dynamo Kyiv also participated in the Champions League competition which ended for Dynamo only on April 15. Each team this season had at least two games scheduled every week on average. Considering other official games FC Torpedo Zaporizhia and FC Dynamo Kyiv has played the record of 26 games from February 18 through June 21 and the most among the other clubs in the League.
Kosyrin started playing in his home town of Zaporizhia, at the football academy of FC Torpedo Zaporizhia. He spent two seasons playing in the Ukrainian Second League with Victor Zaporizhia. In 1995 he was brought back to Torpedo Zaporizhia, and after two seasons was sold to the Ukrainian giants FC Dynamo Kyiv. He only managed a handful of appearances for the senior team, spending most of his time playing for FC Dynamo-3 Kyiv and FC Dynamo-2 Kyiv, the club’s reserve teams which compete in the Ukrainian Second League and Ukrainian First League respectively. In 1998 he was loaned out to FC Cherkasy, and had a good season there, scoring 11 goals in 18 league games. Kosyrin also spent a year playing in Israel with Maccabi Tel Aviv. He also spent two years with FC Arsenal Kyiv. In 2002 he was sold to the newly promoted FC Chornomorets Odessa, where he finally established himself as a formidable player. Kosyrin had a good three-year spell with the team, becoming the league leading scorer in the 2004–05 season. He formed a strong partnership with Kostantyn Balabanov. In 2005 he was sold to FC Metalurh Donetsk where he continued his good scoring form. On 19 June 2008 he made his return to Odessa by signing a two-year contract with Chornomorets. In the summer of 2010, when his contract expired, he joined FC Dniester Ovidiopol in the Ukrainian First League.
His professional career Starochak started at the Lviv army club, SKA Lvov (Soviet First League) which merged with FC Karpaty Lviv. Later he played briefly for Torpedo Lutsk and Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk before moving to Metalurh Zaporizhia. In the Soviet Top League he played total of 31 games and scored two goals. Until 1992 Storchak played in Ukraine, but soon after the start of the 1992-93 season he transferred to Russia in 1992 where its season was coming to a close. In Russia Storchak stayed until 1996 switching two clubs (FC Asmaral Moscow and FC Sokol Saratov. In 1996 he came back to Zaporizhia where he played until 1997 (FC Torpedo Zaporizhia). In the beginning of 1998 Storchak moved to Moldova for half of season (FC Tiraspol). Later same year he came back to Ukraine (MFC Mykolaiv). In 2000-2001 Storchak played for lower league teams such as SSSOR Metalurh Zaporizhia and ZAlK Zaporizhia (amateurs).
Most of the Ukrainian Premier League clubs in Ukraine trace their roots to factory teams among several there is FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk that was originally formed as factory team of Bryanka Factory (today Dnipropetrovsk Metallurgical Plant). FC Shakhtar Horlivka traces its roots to the Football Association of the Gorlovka Artillery Works (FOGAZ). In times of the Soviet Union until 1960s in Kiev was a sports club of Kiev Arsenal factory, SC Arsenal Kiev, which fielded number of teams in various sports such as association football, hockey, others. In 2001 there was an attempt to revive the club by the Kiev city authorities (see FC Arsenal Kiev). FC Zirka Kirovohrad was originally formed by the Elvorti Factory personnel and after the Communist revolution it was renamed along with the factory. FC Zorya Luhansk was formed at the October Revolution Locomotive Factory (today Luhanskteplovoz). FC Metalist Kharkiv was formed at the Kharkiv Locomotive Factory (today Malyshev Factory). There also was a factory team of the Donetsk Steel Works (see FC Metalurh Donetsk). At the KryvbasOre (today Kryvyi Rih Iron Ore Association) were created such teams like FC Hirnyk Kryvyi Rih and FC Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih. FC Metalurh Zaporizhia traces its roots to the team of Zaporizhstal. FC Torpedo Zaporizhia traces its roots to the team of ZAZ car factory.
Tigran Yesayan began playing football in 1990 for Zoravana, which competed in the second minor league Soviet First League. Since 1992, Zoravana moved directly to the Armenian Premier League, in which the club finished bottom of the league and had its place relegated to the Armenian First League. However, after the season, Yesayan left the club and moved to Zvartnots Echmiadzin. After the end of the season, Yesayan again left the club. His next club was Dinamo Yerevan, which played in the Armenian Premier League. Yesayan was among the top goalscorers for the team and scored 30 goals for Dinamo. This score was the best in the Armenian Premier League for the 1994 season. In 1995, Yesayan transferred to FC Yerevan. While he was playing for Yerevan, the club won the 1997 Armenian Premier League and became the 1998 Armenian Cup finalist. Yesayan later moved to Torpedo Zaporizhia and played there for the 1999–2000 season. Part way through the season, he transferred to Ararat Yerevan, which became the finalist in the 2000 Armenian Premier League. With 17 goals, Yesayan was the second top goalscorer. He then played for the Lebanese-Armenian club Homenmen Beirut from 2000 to 2002. Yesayan then moved back to Armenia and joined Banants Yerevan. With the club, they became Armenian Premier League finalists twice in 2002 and 2004 and Armenian Cup finalists twice in 2003 and 2004. He rejoined Ararat Yerevan in 2004. In 2005, he played for Artsakh Republic club Lernayin Artsakh. Yesayan joined Ararat Yerevan for a third time in 2005 and retired from football on the club in 2006.