2004–05 Ukrainian Second League

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Ukrainian Second League
Season 2004–05
Champions FC Rava Rava-Ruska
FC Krymteplitsia Molodizhne
FC Helios Kharkiv
Top goalscorer 20 goals – Oleksandr Kozhemyachenko (Desna Chenihiv)

The 2004–2005 Ukrainian Second League was the 14th season of 3rd level professional football in Ukraine.

The competitions were divided into three groups according to geographical location in the country – A is western Ukraine, B is southern Ukraine and Crimea, and C is eastern Ukraine.

Team changes[edit]

Numerous clubs withdrew their second teams from the competition and admitting them to the Ukrainian Premier Reserve League:

Relegated from upper leagues[edit]

Group A
Group B

[edit]

Group A
Group B
Group C

Changed groups[edit]

Group A[edit]

Location map[edit]

Locations of team home grounds in Ukrainian Second League 2004–05 (Group A)

Final Standings[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Comments
1 Rava Rava-Ruska 28 21 4 3 49 16 +33 67 Champions(1)
2 Enerhetyk Burshtyn 28 15 6 7 43 29 +14 51 Substituted in First LeaguePromoted(1)
3 Karpaty-2 Lviv 28 15 5 8 47 30 +17 50 (-) new
4 Fakel Ivano-Frankivsk 28 15 4 9 38 35 +3 49 (+) new
5 FC Bershad 28 14 7 7 33 21 +12 49 (+) new – Substituted in First LeaguePromoted(2)
6 Bukovyna Chernivtsi 28 14 6 8 33 22 +11 48
7 Osvita Borodianka 28 12 10 6 34 22 +12 46 (-) new
8 Tekhno-Center Rohatyn 28 12 6 10 33 29 +4 42 withdrew(3)
9 Chornohora Ivano-Frankivsk 28 10 4 14 20 43 −23 34
10 Dynamo-3 Kyiv 28 9 7 12 31 35 −4 34
11 Veres Rivne 28 9 6 13 35 38 −3 33
12 Naftovyk Dolyna 28 9 3 16 25 49 −24 30
13 Spartak-2 Kalush 28 6 2 20 17 12 +5 20 expelled(4)
14 Obolon-2 Kyiv 28 4 7 17 21 49 −28 19
15 Nyva Ternopil 28 4 5 19 18 47 −29 17

Notes:

  • ^(1) Rava Rava-Ruska were denied promotion to the First League by the PFL due to inadequate finances. Instead the PFL promoted Enerhetyk Burshtyn.[1]
  • ^(2) FC Bershad merged their operations with FC Nyva Vinnytsia and were promoted to the First League.[2]
  • ^(3) Tekhno-Center Rohatyn completed the season but withdrew from the PFL prior to the start of the next season.[3]
  • ^(4) Spartak-2 Kalush were expelled from the competition on March 29, 2005 after failing to pay license fees for the second half of the season. The rest of its matches were considered for technical losses.[4]

Expelled teams[edit]

On March 29, 2005 Spartak-2 Kalush after failing to pay license fees for the second half of the season the PFL expelled them from the competition.[4] Their record at that time was 6 wins, 2 draws, 6 losses, and 17-12 goal difference.

Top goalscorers[edit]

Scorer Goals (Pen.) Team
1 Ukraine Andriy Malyk 13 Karpaty-2 Lviv
2 Ukraine Serhiy Ditkovsky 11 Osvita Borodianka
Ukraine Andriy Pokladok 11 (1) Rava Rava-Ruska
4 Ukraine Ihor Khudobyak 10 Fakel Ivano-Frankivsk
5 Ukraine Vasyl Shved 9 Tekhno-Center Rohatyn
Ukraine Andriy Kuzio 9 Naftovyk Dolyna
7 Ukraine Volodymyr Puha 8 Enerhetyk Burshtyn
Ukraine Mykola Stus 8 FC Bershad
Ukraine Serhiy Dyomushkin 8 (4) Veres Rivne
10 Ukraine Oleksandr Bessarab 7 FC Bershad
Ukraine Dmytro Humenyak 7 Fakel / Chornohora
Ukraine Denys Kucher 7 (6) FC Bershad

Group B[edit]

Location map[edit]

Locations of team home grounds in Ukrainian Second League 2004–05 (Group B)

Final Standings[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Comments
1 Krymteplytsia Molodizhne 26 20 5 1 51 17 +34 65 Champions – Substituted in First LeaguePromoted
2 Krystal Kherson 26 13 7 6 34 17 +17 46
3 PFC Oleksandria 26 13 6 7 30 19 +11 45 (+) new
4 Tytan Armyansk 26 13 5 8 44 32 +12 44
5 Palmira Odesa 26 12 7 7 31 25 +6 32 withdrew(5)
6 Ros Bila Tserkva 26 12 3 11 28 33 −5 39
7 Real Odesa 26 9 10 7 25 27 −2 37 (+) new – withdrew(5)
8 OLKOM Melitopol 26 9 7 10 27 33 −6 34
9 Elektrometalurh-NZF Nikopol 26 10 2 14 26 36 −10 32 withdrew(6)
10 Dnister Ovidiopol 26 9 4 13 33 37 −4 31
11 Hirnyk Kryvyi Rih 26 7 6 13 21 25 −4 27 (+) new
12 Zirka Kirovohrad 26 7 6 13 29 38 −9 27 (-) new
13 PFC Sevastopol 26 7 4 15 19 34 −15 25
14 Olimpia AES Pivdenoukrainsk 26 1 8 17 7 32 −25 11

Notes:

  • ^(5) Both Palmira Odesa and Real Odesa completed the season but failed to submit a license for the next season and subsequently withdrew from the PFL.[5]
  • ^(6) Elektrometalurh-NZF Nikopol completed the season but failed to find a sponsor for the next season and became insolvant, withdrawing from the PFL before the start of the next season.[5]

Top goalscorers[edit]

Scorer Goals (Pen.) Team
1 Ukraine Yevhen Arbuzov
18 (7)
Tytan Armyansk
2 Ukraine Yuri Yaskov
13 (2)
Palmira Odesa
3 Ukraine Roman Dovzhyk
11
Tytan Armyansk
4 Ukraine Oleksandr Kapusta
10 (2)
Olkom Melitopol
5 Ukraine Oleksandr Buriy
9
PFC Oleksandria
Ukraine Maksym Kryvovyaziy
9
Krymteplytsia Molodizhne
7 Ukraine Oleksandr Misko
8 (4)
Ros Bila Tserkva
8 Ukraine Volodymyr Bondarchuk
7
Krystal Kherson
9 Ukraine Orest Atamanchuk
6
Hirnyk Kryvyi Rih
Ukraine Serhiy Horbanyov
6
Ros Bila Tserkva

Group C[edit]

Location map[edit]

Locations of team home grounds in Ukrainian Second League 2004–05 (Group C)

Final Standings[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Comments
1 Helios Kharkiv 28 25 2 1 64 18 +46 77 Champions – Substituted in First LeaguePromoted
2 Desna Chernihiv 28 21 4 3 59 26 +33 67
3 Dnipro Cherkasy 28 20 5 3 48 15 +33 65 renamed(7)
4 Molniya Sieverodonetsk 28 18 4 6 47 29 +18 58 (+) new – withdrew(8)
5 Illichivets-2 Mariupol 28 13 4 11 49 27 +22 43
6 Hazovyk Kharkiv 28 12 7 9 36 35 +1 43
7 MFC Oleksandria 28 8 8 12 32 40 −8 32 (+) new
8 Uholyok Dymytrov 28 8 7 13 36 47 −11 31 renamed – withdrew(9)
9 Hirnyk-Sport Komsomolsk 28 10 0 18 35 49 −14 30
10 Yavir Krasnopillia 28 8 5 15 24 40 −16 29
11 Olimpik Donetsk 28 8 3 17 33 54 −21 27 (+) new
12 Shakhtar-3 Donetsk 28 7 5 16 35 55 −20 26
13 Metalurh-2 Zaporizhia 28 6 7 15 27 48 −21 25
14 Metalist-2 Kharkiv 28 6 6 16 28 49 −21 24 withdrew(10)
15 Vorskla-2 Poltava 28 4 5 19 21 42 −21 17 withdrew(10)

Notes:

  • ^(7) FK Cherkasy, competed in the 2003–04 Ukrainian Second League were moved to Group C due to geographic alignment. The club renamed themselves to Dnipro Cherkassy during the mid-season winter break.[6]
  • ^(8) Molniya Sieverodonetsk completed the season, but withdrew from the league before the start of the next season citing financial difficulties. (4 August 2005)[7]
  • ^(9) Vuhlyk Dymytrov renamed themselves prior to the start of the season to Uholyok Dymytrov. The club completed the season but prior to the start of the next season failed to get sponsorship and became insolvant.[7]
  • ^(10) The main clubs of both Metalist-2 Kharkiv and Vorskla-2 Poltava consolidated their reserve club operations not entering their clubs in the next season, since they both had reserve clubs in the Ukrainian Premier Reserve League which began its inaugural season in the 2004.[7]

Top goalscorers[edit]

Scorer Goals (Pen.) Team
1 Ukraine Oleksandr Kozhemiachenko
20 (10)
Desna Chernihiv
2 Ukraine Serhiy Kandaurov
18 (5)
Helios Kharkiv
3 Ukraine Oleksandr Tarasenko
15 (1)
Helios Kharkiv
4 Ukraine Ihor Bobovych
13
Desna Chernihiv
5 Ukraine Oleksandr Chekh
12
Uholyok Dymytrov
Ukraine Dmytro Viter
12
MFC Oleksandriya
Ukraine Kostyantyn Pinchuk
12 (8)
Molniya Sieverodonetsk
8 Ukraine Oleksandr Pomazanov
11
Molniya Sieverodonetsk
9 Ukraine Ruslan Kachur
10
Dnipro Cherkasy
10 Ukraine Dmytro Lambrinov
9
Uholyok Dymytrov
Ukraine Oleksandr Kovpak
9 (1)
Dnipro Cherkasy

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Fedya Fussball (2 August 2005). "Ukraine 2004/05". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. rsssf.com. Retrieved 2 June 2012. Ukrainian Second Division 2004/05, DRUHA LIHA Group A, NOTE #5 
  2. ^ Fedya Fussball (28 July 2006). "Ukraine 2005/06". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. rsssf.com. Retrieved 2 June 2012. Ukrainian First Division 2005/06, PERSHA LIHA, NOTE #2 
  3. ^ Fedya Fussball (28 July 2006). "Ukraine 2005/06". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation (rsssf.com). Retrieved 2 June 2012. Ukrainian Second Division 2005/06, DRUHA LIHA Group A, NOTE #4 
  4. ^ a b Fedya Fussball (2 August 2005). "Ukraine 2004/05". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. rsssf.com. Retrieved 2 June 2012. Ukrainian Second Division 2004/05, DRUHA LIHA Group A, NOTE #4 
  5. ^ a b Fedya Fussball (28 July 2006). "Ukraine 2005/06". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation (rsssf.com). Retrieved 3 June 2012. Ukrainian Second Division 2005/06, DRUHA LIHA Group B, NOTE #3 
  6. ^ Fedya Fussball (2 August 2005). "Ukraine 2004/05". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. rsssf.com. Retrieved 4 June 2012. Ukrainian Second Division 2004/05, DRUHA LIHA Group C, NOTE #2 
  7. ^ a b c Fedya Fussball (28 July 2006). "Ukraine 2005/06". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation (rsssf.com). Retrieved 3 June 2012. Ukrainian Second Division 2005/06, DRUHA LIHA Group C, NOTE #3