WFC Lehenda-ShVSM Chernihiv

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Lehenda-ShVSM Chernihiv
FC Lehenda Chernihiv logo.gif
Full name Women's Football Club Lehenda-ShVSM Chernihiv
Founded 1987
Ground Lehenda Stadium,
Chernihiv, Ukraine
Ground Capacity 2 000
Chairman Ukraine Volodymyr Maherramov
Manager Ukraine Serhiy Sapronov
League Ukrainian Women's League
2010 1st

Lehenda-ShVSM Chernihiv (Ukrainian: "Легенда-ШВСМ" Чернігів) is Ukrainian professional women's football club from Chernihiv, Ukraine.

ShVSM abbreviation stands for School of Higher Sports Mastery (Ukrainian: Школа Вищої Спортивної Майстерності).

History[edit]

It was founded in 1987 and was named as SK Polissya Chernihiv. In 1992 the club was renamed into Lehenda Chernihiv. Also the club was named as Lehenda-Cheksil Chernihiv and Lehenda-ShVSM Chernihiv. The team currently playing in the Ukrainian Women's League. In the 2000 season they have won their first Championship. In the 2001–02, 2003–04, 2006–07 seasons they played in the UEFA Women's Cup.

Current Squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
5 Ukraine DF Nataliya Zhdanova
6 Ukraine MF Khrystyna Ieromenko
7 Ukraine DF Darya Kravets
9 Ukraine MF Lyubov Shmatko
10 Ukraine MF Yulia Gnydyuk
13 Ukraine MF Olga Melkonyants
14 Belarus MF Tatyana Shramok
16 Ukraine MF Inna Tomylko
17 Ukraine FW Yulia Kornievets
18 Ukraine DF Olga Maslyanko
19 Ukraine MF Nataliya Sukhorukova
No. Position Player
21 Ukraine MF Maryana Ivanishyn
22 Ukraine DF Vira Stankevych
23 Ukraine GK Kateryna Samson
27 Ukraine DF Tatyana Ryzhova
33 Ukraine FW Olha Ovdiychuk
38 Ukraine DF Tetyana Apollonina
57 Ukraine MF Yulia Vaschenko
66 Ukraine FW Maryna Pushenko
80 Ukraine GK Iryna Sanets
97 Ukraine MF Tamila Khimich
99 Ukraine DF Anastasia Filenko

Former players[edit]

Honours[edit]

European History[edit]

Season Competition Stage Result Opponent
2001-02 UEFA Women's Cup Group Stage 0-1 France Toulouse FC
1-1 Scotland Ayr United
3-2 Croatia ZNK Osijek
2003-04 UEFA Women's Cup Group Stage 4-0 Israel Maccabi Holon
2-0 Finland United Jakobstad
0-3 Sweden Malmö FF
2006-07 UEFA Women's Cup Qualifying Stage 4-0 Cyprus AEK Kokkinochovion
5-0 Greece PAOK Thessaloniki
3-0 Israel Maccabi Holon
Group Stage 0-2 Sweden Umeå IK
1-2 Norway Kolbotn Fotball
0-5 Spain RCD Espanyol
2010-11 Champions League Round of 32 1-3 0-4 Russia Rossiyanka
2011-12 Champions League Qualifying Stage 2-0 Wales Swansea City
8-0 Luxembourg Progrès Niedercorn
1-2 Cyprus Apollon Limassol

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