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Premier League 2017/18Live Scores for Ukrainian Premier League / is the app that will allow you to follow the matches of Football Championship in Ukraine, even you do not. Premier Liga auf Transfermarkt mit ➤ Tabelle ➤ Ergebnissen ➤ Spielplan ➤ Liveticker ➤ Marktwerten ➤ Vereine ➤ Transfers ➤ Statistiken. Liga - Ukraine. UKRAINEPremier League. Spieltag. Olimpik Donezk. Lviv. Worskla Poltawa. Minaj. Dynamo Kiew. Kolos Kovalivka.
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FC Minaj 0 - 3 Zorya. SC Dnipro-1 0 - 1 Shakhtar Donetsk. Dynamo Kyiv 2 - 0 Vorskla. FC Olexandria 0 - 0 Rukh Vynnyky. Veres Rivne 1 - 3 Illichivets.
Next matches. Olimpik Donetsk - Veres Rivne. Vorskla - FC Minaj. Rukh Vynnyky - SC Dnipro Inhulets Petrove - Shakhtar Donetsk.
Desna - Illichivets. FC Olexandria - Zorya. Inhulets Petrove - Vorskla. Illichivets - Zorya. Desna - Dynamo Kyiv. Olimpik Donetsk - SC Dnipro Shakhtar Donetsk - Rukh Vynnyky.
Match grid with results. Team profit. Best scorers. The most assists Premier League. Season regulations is one of the two most important documents other being the competition calendar that are adopted by the Premier League prior to each season.
Premier League directly organizes and conducts competitions among member clubs. Competitions are conducted on principle of "Fair play" and according to competitions calendar which is approved by the Premier League General Assembly and the FFU Executive Committee 30 days before start of competitions.
Until [ citation needed ] all advertisement, commercial rights and rights on TV and radio broadcasting of games of championship and cup belong to the club that hosts them the Super Cup of Ukraine and the "Gold game".
All advertisement, commercial rights and rights on TV and radio broadcasting of the game of Super Cup and the "Gold game". The earlier rounds were administered by the Professional League and the final by the Federation.
Since the organization of Ukrainian Cup competitions in full belongs exclusively to the Federation. There are currently 12 club members of the league.
All participants get approved by the Premier League General Assembly. Each club fields each team for senior competitions, and competitions for under 21 and under 19 teams three teams.
A club is required to have a stadium registered with FFU and an education and training facility or center. A club is also obligated to finance its own youth sports institution and a complex scientific-methodical group as well as to own and finance a number of youth teams.
A Premier League club needs to ensure participation of at least four youth teams ages groups between 14 and 17 in the Youth Football League of Ukraine.
A club cannot field more than one team for a certain competition. All club's staff members coaches, physicians, massage specialists have to be contracted and be UEFA licensed.
All coaches should have A-diploma, while head coaches - PRO-diploma. Football players are listed in "A" and "B" rosters. The players "A" roster includes the number of slots allotted for players developed by the club.
During breaks in competitions in summer and winter there are two periods for registering players. Beside the main championship among senior teams, the Premier League also organizes youth championship which was adopted from the previous Vyshcha Liha championship of doubles reserves.
Since there was added another competition for junior teams, so the original youth championship was renamed into the Championship of U teams and the new competition was named as the Championship of U teams.
Unlike the Championship of U teams, in the Championship of U teams beside all of the Premier League clubs' junior teams, there also compete teams of some lower leagues' clubs.
The league's championship among senior teams is conducted by manner of the round robin system in two cycles "fall-spring" with one game at home and another at opponent's field with each participant.
A competition calendar is formed after a draw that is conducted based on the Premier League club rankings. The calendar of the second cycle repeats the first, while hosting teams are switched.
There should be no less than two calendar days between official games of a club. All games take place between and local time.
Any game postponement is allowed only in emergencies and on decision of the Premier League Administration Dyrektsiya. Clubs play each other twice once at home and once away in the match season.
The league begins in mid-July and ends in mid-June. After 13 rounds of fixtures, there is a winter break that lasts for three months from early December to early March.
Thus, the winter break is significantly longer than the interval between seasons. This schedule accounts for climatic conditions and matches that of most European leagues in terms of the beginning and the end of the season.
The first season of the League in was an exception, as it lasted only half a year. In the inaugural season, 20 clubs were divided into two team groups.
In both groups, each club played each other twice, and the championship was decided by a play-off match between the group winners, in which Tavriya Simferopol surprised the pre-season favorite Dynamo Kyiv.
After the first season, in each of the following seasons each team played each other team in the League twice. The number of participating teams fluctuated between 14 and 18, stabilizing since —03 season at As of the —06 season , the golden match rule was introduced.
According to the rule, if the first two teams obtain the same number of points, the championship is to be decided by an additional "golden" match between the two teams.
In fact, in that season Dynamo Kyiv and Shakhtar Donetsk had earned the same number of points and Shakhtar won the championship by winning the golden match 2—1 after extra time.
Before , Ukrainian domestic football league competitions were conducted among Ukrainian teams that competed in one of groups within the Soviet third tier consisting of around 20 teams.
Beside that championship another over 20 teams competed in two upper tiers where they played along with other teams across the Soviet Union.
Also, at the same time there were conducted competitions among KFK amateur teams at lower level. With the Soviet Union tumbling down as one classic once called it, "the biggest geopolitical disaster of the 20th century" ,  in late there arose discussion about creation of separate competition which would include all better Ukrainian clubs.
Following the failed August putsch , the Ukrainian parliament declared a state independence and appointed a date of referendum to confirm the decision.
Despite the failed putsch and declaration of independence by number of Soviet union republics, the Football Federation of the Soviet Union continued with planning of the football season.
In general Kucherevsky was speaking of true situation. Other clubs took position from "strongly against" to "possibly for, but".
In September there took place a session of the Football Federation of the Ukrainian SSR Executive Committee ispolkom , which started with raising of blue-and-yellow flag that was given by a member of parliament Vyacheslav Chornovil.
The other two of that eleven were placed in the Ukrainian First League as they were to be relegated anyway. The 20 participants were split into two groups with the winners playing for the championship title and the runners-up playing for third place.
Three teams from each group were to be relegated. In the championship play-off game in Lviv , a sensation took place as Tavriya Simferopol beat Dynamo Kyiv 1—0.
The Crimeans earned the first Ukrainian title thus far their only one , losing only once to Temp Shepetivka. After being stunned in the first championship by the tragedy in Lviv , Dynamo Kyiv were anxious to earn their first title at the second opportunity.
In the second Ukrainian championship, which had a regular League format of 16 teams, the main rivals of the Kyivians were Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk , who were top after the first half of the season.
By the end of the season both teams were neck and neck and at the end they finished with the same number of points. The championship title was awarded to Dynamo Kyiv as they had a better goal difference.
Neither the Golden match , nor the fact that Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk had a better head-to-head record was considered.
The next seven years were known as the total domination of Dynamo Kyiv. During this period 'the main Soviet protagonists' had changed as some of the best teams were facing a crisis.
After the —94 season Metalist Kharkiv were surprisingly relegated to the First League. In the —96 season Shakhtar Donetsk had the worst year in the club's history, coming tenth.
Chornomorets Odesa were relegated twice during that first decade after which manager Leonid Buryak was sacked. A few newly created teams have since emerged such as Arsenal Kyiv and Metalurh Donetsk , as well as Vorskla Poltava , who surprisingly came third in the club's first season at the Top Level in the The next decade was marked by fierce competition between Dynamo Kyiv and Shakhtar Donetsk.
Since , Shakhtar Donetsk has proved to be the real challengers to Kyiv's dominance. In Shakhtar earned their first qualification to the Champions League earning a place in the Group stage.
Nonetheless, Dynamo Kyiv is still considered to be the benchmark of excellence in the country and the primary feeder to the Ukrainian national football team.
Since that time the issue of foreign players has become particularly acute and brought a series of court cases. The FFU and PFL worked together to solve that issue, coming up with a plan to force the transitional limitation of foreign players over time.
The clubs such as Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk and Chornomorets Odesa , who were recent contenders for the title, had to put up a fierce fight against the newly established contenders Metalurh Donetsk and Metalist Kharkiv to qualify for the European competitions.
Metalist Kharkiv shone brightly in the late s decade by consistently finishing right behind Dynamo Kyiv and Shakhtar Donetsk in third place.
Their most remarkable feat was their participation in the European season when they had to face Dynamo Kyiv to earn a place in the quarter-finals of the —09 UEFA Cup , but lost on the away goals rule.
In the —09 season the league earned the highest UEFA league coefficient in Europe for that season. The Premier League has been split since the moment it was created in regards to its president.
The dispute went as far as even canceling the 13th round of —10 season and moving it to the spring half, while having the 14th round still playing in the fall.
The representatives of five clubs: Arsenal Kyiv , Dynamo Kyiv , Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk , Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih , and Metalist Kharkiv have been boycotting most of the League meetings, not complying with its financial obligations and giving the broadcasting rights to TV-channels other than the League official supplier.
They justified their actions due to what they deem to be the illegal election of the Premier League president.
The representatives of the above-mentioned clubs did not recognize the election in of Vitaliy Danilov as the president and believed that the elections should have been won by Vadim Rabinovich.
To resolve this conflict Vitaliy Danilov instigated the re-election of the Premier League president in September , and on 1 December won the election again with 11 clubs voting for his candidature, 3 were against, 1 abstained, and 1 was absent.
This time most club presidents of the Premier League of Ukraine acknowledged Vitaliy Danilov legality. In the subsequent elections on 9 December Vitaliy Danilov was challenged by Andriy Kurhanskyi through the proposal of Karpaty Lviv.
Vitaliy Danilov managed to retain his seat with nine votes for him. Starting from and to season, FC Shakhtar led by Romanian coach Mircea Lucescu obtained five national league titles in a row, making Lucescu the most successful manager in the history of the league with 9 titles.
At the same time, in the beginning of s the so-called "Big Four" of clubs eventually formed, consisting from Shakhtar , Dynamo , Metalist and Dnipro.
In —13 , Metalist Kharkiv finished second and qualified for the UEFA Champions League for the first time, the achievement which was repeated by Dnipro in the next season.
In the same —14 season Dynamo Kyiv for the first time since Ukrainian independence placed as low as fourth in league's season ranking, which led to dismissal of former national team coach and the legend of Soviet football Oleh Blokhin as the club's manager.
Because of the Russian aggression against Ukraine and subsequent cleaning of the league from the clubs that became financially unreliable Metalist, Hoverla, Metalurh Donetsk, Dnipro , the number of teams participating in the league was cut from 16 in the —14 season to 14 in the following two seasons.
With the continuation of the military conflict in the eastern oblasts regions of Ukraine since and its economic impact, the league was forced to change its format again and started to be contested by 12 teams after being cut from 14 after the —16 season , introducing the two stages of the competition: after the standard two rounds of games the league would split into two 6-team groups according to their positions.
Under the new format, Shakhtar Donetsk under the manager Paulo Fonseca managed to win three league titles in a row from —17 to —19 , runner-up in all the three seasons being Dynamo Kyiv.
In —20 season, Shakhtar set the record of the earliest title win in the history, win 5 rounds remaining. A total of 43 clubs have played in the Premier League up to —20 season, 20 of which were the founding members of the inaugural season and 23 other were promoted in the later seasons.
The following teams are competing in the —21 season. Note, in parenthesis shown the actual home cities and stadiums. This is a list of television broadcasters which provide coverage of the Ukrainian Premier League, which is Ukrainian football's top level of competition.
Ukrainian clubs being part of the Soviet Union competed in European competitions since s when the Soviet clubs started to participate in continental competitions.
France FYR Macedonia 3. Gabon 1. Championnat D1. Gambia 1. GFA League. Georgia 4. Germany Ghana 1. Ghana Premier League.
Gibraltar 2. Premier Division Gibraltar Cup. Greece Grenada 1. GFA Premier League. Guadeloupe 1. Guadeloupe Division of Honor. Guatemala 2. Haiti 1.
Ligue Haitienne. Honduras 1. Liga Nacional de Futbol Profesional de Honduras. Hong Kong 4. Hungary 5. Iceland Urvalsdeild 1. Deild 2.
Deild 3. Deild 4. India 6. Indonesia 4. International Iran 3. Iraq 1. Iraqi Premier League. Israel 7. Italy Ivory Coast 1.
Ivory Coast Ligue 1. Jamaica 1. Jamaica National Premier League. Japan Jordan 2. Jordanian Pro League Division 1. Kazakhstan 3.
Kenya 2. Kosovo 2. Superleague of Kosovo Kosovar Cup. Kuwait 3. Kyrgyzstan 1. Top Liga. Laos 1. Laos Premier League. Latvia 3. Virsliga 1. Liga Latvian Cup.
Lebanon 1. Lebanese Premier League. Lesotho 1. Lesotho Premier League. Libya 1. Libyan Premier League.
Liechtenstein 1. Lithuania 5. Luxembourg 2. National Division Division of Honour. Macau 1. Liga de Elite.
Malaysia 3. Maldives 1. Dhivehi Premier League. Mali 1. Premiere Division. Malta 3. Mauritania 1. Super D1. Mauritius 1.
Mauritian League. Mexico 8. Moldova 3. Mongolia 1. Mongolian Premier League. Montenegro 3. Morocco 2. Botola Pro Botola 2. Mozambique 1. Myanmar 1.
National League. Nepal 1. A Division. Netherlands New Zealand 2. Zorya Luhansk - Dnipro Olimpik Donetsk - Rukh Lviv. Mariupol - Dynamo Kiev. Shakhtar - FC Minaj.
FC Lviv - Inhulets. Inhulets - Olimpik Donetsk. All matches. League results filter. Dynamo Kiev. Vorskla Poltava.
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