2001 Ukrainian Cup Final

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2001 Ukrainian Cup Final
Event Ukrainian Cup 2000-01
Date 27 May 2001
Venue NSC Olimpiyskiy, Kiev
Referee V. Melnychuk (Simferopol)
Attendance 55,000
Weather 17 °C

The 2001 Ukrainian Cup Final was a football match that took place at the NSC Olimpiyskiy on May 27, 2001. The match was the 10th Ukrainian Cup Final and it was contested by Shakhtar Donetsk and CSKA Kyiv. The 2001 Ukrainian Cup Final was the tenth to be held in the Ukrainian capital Kiev. Shakhtar won by two goals.

Match details[edit]

Shakhtar Donetsk
CSKA Kyiv:
GK 1 Ukraine Vitaliy Reva
XX 2 Ukraine Vitaliy Balytsky
XX 3 Ukraine Oleksandr Maltsev YC 116'
XX 4 Ukraine Andriy Annenkov Substituted off 71'
XX 5 Ukraine Andriy Kyrlyk
XX 6 Ukraine Serhiy Bilozor
XX 7 Ukraine Oleksandr Oleksiyenko
XX 8 Ukraine Roman Monaryov
XX 9 Ukraine Serhiy Zakarlyuka Substituted off 65'
XX 10 Ukraine Ruslan Kostyshyn
XX 11 Ukraine Mykola Volosyanko YC 109'
XX XX Ukraine Pavlo Blazhayev
XX XX Russia Oleg Polyarush
XX 14 Ukraine Serhiy Tkachenko Substituted in 71' Substituted off 96'
XX 13 Ukraine Roman Pakholyuk Substituted in 7196'
XX 16 Ukraine Volodymyr Matsihura Substituted in 65'
XX XX Georgia (country) Levan Mikadze
XX XX Ukraine Volodymyr Polishchuk
Ukraine Mykhailo Fomenko
Shakhtar Donetsk:
GK 1 Ukraine Yuri Virt
DF 2 Ukraine Mykhailo Starostyak
DF 13 Senegal Assane N'Diaye
MF 4 Ukraine Anatoliy Tymoshchuk Substituted off 70'
DF 5 Ukraine Serhiy Popov
XX 6 Russia Aleksei Bakharev Substituted off 67'
XX 7 Nigeria Julius Aghahowa YC 110'
XX 17 Romania Marian Aliuta
XX 9 Ukraine Hennadiy Zubov YC 82'
XX 22 Nigeria Isaac Okoronkwo
FW 11 Ukraine Andriy Vorobey Substituted off 112'
GK 12 Ukraine Dmytro Shutkov
DF 3 Lithuania Dainius Gleveckas
FW 10 Ukraine Serhiy Atelkin YC 78' Substituted in 67'
XX 25 Ukraine Andriy Konyushenko Substituted in 70'
XX XX Kazakhstan Vitaliy Abramov Substituted in 112'
XX XX Ukraine Vyacheslav Shevchuk
XX XX Russia Igor Strelkov
Ukraine Viktor Prokopenko


  • Assistant referees:
  • Fourth official: Valeriy Onufer (Uzhhorod)


  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra-time if necessary.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level.
  • Seven named substitutes
  • Maximum of 3 substitutions.

Ukrainian Cup 2004 Winners
FC Shakhtar Donetsk
Third title


  1. ^ "Official Match Report". ffu.org.ua (in Ukrainian). 2006-05-02. Retrieved 2010-07-01. 

External links[edit]

  • Calendar of Matches - Schedule of the 2000-01 Ukrainian Cup on the Ukrainian Soccer History web-site (ukrsoccerhistory.com). (in Ukrainian)