Ukraine Persha liga
Ukraine premier league
Football is the most popular sport in Ukraine. The Ukrainian Football Federation is the national governing body responsible for monitoring all aspects of the football game in the country. It was organized in 1991 to replace the Soviet Football Association of the Ukrainian SSR, which was founded in the early 1920s as part of the Soviet System of Physical Culture Councils. The Ukrainian Football Federation is a non-governmental organization and member of the National Olympic Committee of Ukraine.
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There are various types of football: professional football for men and women, amateur football for men and women, youth and children's competitions (under 13), football veterans and beach football, indoor competitions and separate competitions for students and military personnel. Ukraine hosts a large number of different national teams for various types of international competitions, including continental and world qualifications, Universiads, youth competitions and international competitions for beach and indoor football. The Ukrainian national football team (Ukrainian: збірна України з футболу) represents Ukraine at international football matches and is controlled by the Ukrainian Football Association, the umbrella organization of Ukrainian football. The home of Ukraine is the Olimpiyskiy Stadium in Kiev.
After the independence of Ukraine and the outbreak of the country from the Soviet Union, the team played on April 29, 1992 his first game against Hungary. The biggest success of the team on the world stage was reaching the quarter-finals at the 2006 FIFA World Cup, which also marked the quarter-finals of the team's debut in the final of a major championship.
Ukraine has automatically qualified for the UEFA Euro 2012 as host country. Four years later, Ukraine qualified on the play-off route for the European Championship in 2016, when they qualified for the first time on the qualification process for a UEFA European Championship and finished third in their qualification group. This was the first time in Ukraine's five play-offs that it won such a tie that previously failed in the play-offs for Euro 2000, the 2002 World Cup, the 2010 World Cup and the 2014 World Cup
Ukraine is seen as a special case of a successful youth football power in Europe and the world, but does not provide the same taste in the higher league. The U-20 national team of Ukraine was the current reigning world champion in the FIFA U-20 World Cup, while the U-21 national team won the silver medal at the 2006 UEFA European Under-21 Championship. Despite this rich record in the youth phase, the senior team did not reach the same level of performance. While the Ukrainian national team reached the quarter-finals of the 2006 FIFA World Cup, the team failed in 2012 and 2016 and has never returned to the World Cup since then.
After an unsuccessful qualification for the European Championship 2004, Ukraine has named Oleg Blokhin as head coach of the national team. Despite initial skepticism about his appointment on account of his former, somewhat inconspicuous coaching record and the public's demand for a foreign coach, Ukraine qualified for their first FIFA World Cup after a 1-1 draw with Georgia in Tbilisi on 3 September , In their first World Cup in 2006 they stood together with Spain, Tunisia and Saudi Arabia in the group H. After the Ukrainians lost in the first game against Spain 0: 4, they defeated their other two opponents and reached the knockout stages.
Ukraine national football team in 2012: In the second round Ukraine played against the winner of Group G (Switzerland), which they defeated on penalties. In the quarterfinals they were defeated by the later champions Italy 0: 3.
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