Synonyms for tytan_armyansk or Related words with tytan_armyansk

desna_chernihiv              krystal_kherson              zirka_kirovohrad              okean_kerch              naftovyk_okhtyrka              hirnyk_sport_komsomolsk              polissya_zhytomyr              bukovyna_chernivtsi              halychyna_drohobych              zakarpattia_uzhhorod              avanhard_rovenky              dnipro_cherkasy              chaika_sevastopol              elektron_romny              stal_alchevsk              aet_pk              oskil_kupyansk              krystal_chortkiv              enerhiya_nova_kakhovka              mayak_kharkiv              vahonobudivnyk_stakhanov              enerhetyk_burshtyn              kremin_kremenchuk              ros_bila_tserkva              borysfen_boryspil              hazovyk_komarno              torpedo_zaporizhia              nyva_ternopil              veres_rivne              metalurh_zaporizhia              torpedo_melitopol              podillya_khmelnytskyi              shakhtar_horlivka              nyva_vinnytsia              dynamo_saky              shakhtar_sverdlovsk              kryvbas_kryvyi_rih              metalurh_novomoskovsk              prykarpattia_ivano_frankivsk              meliorator_kakhovka              nyva              dnister_ovidiopol              metalurh_nikopol              khimik_severodonetsk              karpaty_mukacheve              fc_khimik              fc_lokomotyv              torpedo_lutsk              atlantyka_sevastopol              portovyk_illichivsk             



Examples of "tytan_armyansk"
Roman Voynarovskyy () (born 5 January 1980 in Russian SFSR) is a professional Ukrainian football Midfielder who plays for FC Tytan Armyansk in the Ukrainian First League.
After a poor start to the 2012-13 Ukrainian First League season by Tytan Armyansk their coach Oleksandr Haydash was replaced by Leshchynskyi.
Artem Kultyshev () (born 28 March 1984 in Dnipropetrovsk, Ukrainian SSR) is a professional Ukrainian football midfielder who plays for Tytan Armyansk.
Serhiy Karpenko (; born 19 May 1981, Shchaslyve, Boryspil Raion, Kyiv Oblast, Ukrainian SSR) is a Ukrainian football defender who currently plays for FC Tytan Armyansk.
Vitaliy Viktorovych Rozghon (, born 23 March 1980 in Khmelnytskyi) is a Ukrainian footballer. In July 2012, he played for FC Tytan Armyansk.
Andriy Bashlay () (born 16 February 1985 in Kiev, in the Ukrainian SSR of the Soviet Union) is a professional Ukrainian football Defender who plays for FC Tytan Armyansk.
Svitlychnyi began playing professional football with FC Metalist Kharkiv's team. He would next spend some years with its club. Last time, 8 July 2010, he signed contract with FC Tytan Armyansk in the Ukrainian First League.
FC Tytan Armyansk (; ) was a football club based in Armyansk, Crimea. The club last played in the Persha Liha during the 2013–14 season. The club was dissolved due to annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation.
Andriy Fartushnyak (; born 24 March 1989, Kiev, in the Ukrainian SSR of the Soviet Union) is a professional Ukrainian football defender who plays for FC Tytan Armyansk in the Ukrainian First League.
Batsula's professional career continued, when he was promoted on loan again to FC Kremin Kremenchuk and in January 2014 he went on loan to the Ukrainian First League club FC Tytan Armyansk.
Due to the 2014 Crimean Conflict initially none of the Crimean clubs, Tytan Armyansk, Tavriya Simferopol, Zhemchuzhina Yalta or FC Sevastopol were able to relocate due to the Annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation, and subsequently they all disbanded or became dormant. However some have managed to re-establish themselves:
In 2010, he returned to the Persha Liha to play with FC Helios Kharkiv. He finished off his career in Ukrainian football with FC Tytan Armyansk, FK Lapaevka, MFC Mykolaiv, and NK Veres Rivne. In 2016, he went overseas to Canada to sign with FC Ukraine United of the Canadian Soccer League.
Serhei Nudnii (, born 6 October 1980 in Rozdilna, Ukrainian SSR) is a Moldovian football midfielder who plays for Tytan Armyansk in the Ukrainian First League. He is the product of the Tiraspol youth soccer school system. He signed a one-year contract with Ukrainian club Chornomorets in February 2009.
Kravchenko is the product of the UOR Donetsk and Metalurh Zaporizhzhya School Systems. He spent all his career as a player in different clubs of the Ukrainian First League and the Ukrainian Second League. He began in FC Hirnyk-Sport Komsomolsk in the Ukrainian Second League, and was signed by Ukrainian Premier League club Vorskla Poltava, but did not play in any game for this side. In July 2011 he signed a contract with FC Tytan Armyansk.
In 2009, he went abroad to Poland to sign with Hetman Zolkiewka of the IV liga, and also played with Partyzant Targowiska. In 2011, he returned to Ukraine to play with FC UkrAhroKom Holovkivka, and received another stint in the first league with FC Tytan Armyansk. After a brief stint in the first league he returned to the second league to play with MFC Kremin Kremenchuk, and PFC Shakhtar Sverdlovsk. He went once more across the border to Poland in 2104 to play in the IV liga and III liga with Hetman Zolkiewka and Tomasovia Tomaszów Lubelski.
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.
The first official name the team received was "The Builders" ("Stroitel") in 1969, although, the team already existed and participated in the regional competitions since 1964, but without a real name. The team began to play its games on some quickly cleared up area for a football(soccer) field. Simultaneously, the construction of a new stadium started as well. The main and only sponsor of the team was a local chemical plant, the director (Vsevolod Stepanov) of which decided to change the name for the team to "Tytan" in 1973. The name was introduced to symbolize the power, in sport as well, of the real giant of chemical industry in the whole southern region of the country. In 1974 the team entered a semi-professional competition. In the same year "Tytan" received at its exploitation a new stadium, "Khimik" (5000 seats). And in 1975 the new unofficial club was founded with its own headquarters and stadium, which included three playing fields and its own swimming pool. The first club president was Stepanov Vsevolod Mykolayovich. The first stadium director became Kohut Ivan Dmytrovich. The first team manager was Basov Herman Nizamovich. The first match at the "Khimik" stadium took place on the Victory Day of 1975 (9 May 1975) "FC Tytan Armyansk"-"Tavriya Simferopol" 2:2 (2 goals for "Tytan" were scored by Anatolij Lebid).