2009–10 Ukrainian Premier League
|Europa League||Tavriya Simferopol |
|Goals scored||597 (2.49 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||(17) Artem Milevsky (Dynamo)|
|Biggest home win||Dynamo 6–0 Tavriya (Round 2)|
|Biggest away win||Arsenal 1–6 Tavriya (Round 25)|
|Highest scoring||Arsenal 1–6 Tavriya (Round 25)|
|Longest winning run||10 – Shakhtar (Round 14–23)|
|Longest unbeaten run||20 – Dynamo (Round 1–15, 17–21)|
|Longest losing run||7 – Kryvbas (Round 1–7)|
|Highest attendance||52,518 Shakhtar – Dynamo (Round 29)|
|Lowest attendance||500 |
Vorskla – Metalurh Don. (Round 10)
Kryvbas – Metalurh Zap. (Round 17)
Arsenal – Chornomorets (Round 17)
The 2009–10 Ukrainian Premier League season was the nineteenth since its establishment and second since its reorganization. Dynamo Kyiv were the defending champions, having won their 13th league title. A total of 16 teams participated in the league, 14 of which participated in the 2008–09 season, and two of which were promoted from the Ukrainian First League.
The season began on 17 July 2009. The winter break in the season was from 13 December 2009 until 28 February 2010. The last round of the season was played on 9 May 2010.
- 1 Teams
- 2 Managers and captains
- 3 Stadiums
- 4 Qualification to European competitions for 2010–11
- 5 League table
- 6 Results
- 7 Round by round
- 8 Top goalscorers
- 9 Season awards
- 10 Medal squads
- 11 See also
- 12 References
- 13 External links
- FC Zakarpattia Uzhhorod, champion of the 2008-09 Ukrainian First League – (returning after absence of a season)
- FC Obolon Kyiv, runner-up of the 2008-09 Ukrainian First League – (returning after absence of 4 seasons)
Managers and captains
- At the start of the season, Artem Milevskiy was selected to captain the side by manager Gazzayev, but on signing Andriy Shevchenko before Round 6, club president Ihor Surkis appointed Shevchenko captaincy in the club. However, Gazzayev informed the media that Milevskiy would remain the captain and Shevchenko would be the club leader.
|Team||Outgoing head coach||Manner of departure||Date of vacancy||Table||Incoming head coach||Date of appointment||Table|
|Chornomorets||Viktor Hryshko||own initiative||10 August||16th||Ihor Nakonechny||12 August||16th|
|Chornomorets||Ihor Nakonechny||temporary position||1 September||14th||Andriy Bal||1 September||14th|
|Metalurh Zaporizhya||Oleh Lutkov||3 September||12th||Vladimir Khodus||3 September||12th|
|Zorya||Yuriy Dudnyk||temporary position||23 September||12th||Yuriy Koval||23 September||12th|
|Metalurh Zaporizhya||Vladimir Khodus||temporary position||22 October||14th||Roman Hryhorchuk||22 October||14th|
|Metalurh Zaporizhya||Roman Hryhorchuk||7 November||9th||Vladimir Khodus||8 November||9th|
|Metalurh Zaporizhya||Vladimir Khodus||temporary position||8 December||12th||Roman Hryhorchuk||8 December||12th|
|Obolon||Yuriy Maksymov||own initiative||25 December||8th||Serhiy Kovalets||14 January||8th|
|Zorya||Yuriy Koval||sacked||29 December||12th||Anatoly Chantsev||29 December||12th|
|Kryvbas||Oleh Taran||Director in club||12 January||16th||Yuriy Maksymov||12 January||16th|
|Arsenal||Oleksandr Zavarov||Sacked||28 January||9th||Vyacheslav Hrozny||28 January||9th|
|Arsenal||Vyacheslav Hrozny||Resigned||16 April||8th||Yuriy Bakalov||16 April||8th|
|Arsenal||Yuriy Bakalov||caretaker||22 April||8th||Vasyl Yevseyev||22 April||8th|
|Arsenal||Vasyl Yevseyev||sick||30 April||8th||Yuriy Bakalov||30 April||8th|
|1||Donbass Arena||52,518||52,518||Round 29||Shakhtar Donetsk||Dynamo Kyiv|
|2||OSK Metalist||41,411||40,000||Round 16||Metalist Kharkiv||Obolon Kyiv|
|3||Dnipro Stadium||31,003||31,003||Round 11||Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk||Dynamo Kyiv|
|4||Metalurh Kryvbas||29,783||5,000||Round 3||Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih||Dynamo Kyiv|
|5||Ukraina Stadium||28,051||27,047||Round 25||Karpaty Lviv||Shakhtar Donetsk|
|6||RSK Olimpiyskiy||25,831||13,500||Round 4||Shakhtar Donetsk||Metalurh Donetsk|
|7||Vorskla Stadium||25,000||16,000||Round 3||Vorskla Poltava||Shakhtar Donetsk|
|8||Stadium Meteor||24,381||1,000||Round 13||Arsenal Kyiv||Vorskla Poltava|
|9||Avanhard Zorya||22,320||22,189||Round 21||Zorya Luhansk||Shakhtar Donetsk|
|12,300||Round 6||Shakhtar Donetsk||Zorya Luhansk|
|10||Lokomotiv Tavria||19,978||14,000||Round 8||Tavriya Simferopol||Metalist Kharkiv|
|11||Lobanovsky Dynamo||16,873||17,100||Round 22||Dynamo Kyiv||Metalist Kharkiv|
|1,500||Round 21||Arsenal Kyiv||Zakarpattya Uzhhorod|
|12||Illichivets Stadium||12,680||8,500||Round 2||Illichivets Mariupol||Shakhtar Donetsk|
|13||Avanhard Zakarpattya||12,000||9,800||Round 13||Zakarpattya Uzhhorod||Dynamo Kyiv|
|14||Slavutych Arena||11,983||12,000||Round 28||Metalurh Zaporizhya||Shakhtar Donetsk|
|15||Kolos Arsenal||5,654||5,600||Round 7
|Arsenal Kyiv||Shakhtar Donetsk|
|16||Metalurh Donetsk||5,300||4,200||Round 21||Metalurh Donetsk||Dynamo Kyiv|
|17||Obolon Stadium||5,100||5,300||Round 21||Obolon Kyiv||Shakhtar Donetsk|
|18||Spartak Stadium||5,000||4,800||Round 12||Chornomorets Odessa||Shakhtar Donetsk|
|19||Bannikov Stadium||1,678||1,216||Round 29||Arsenal Kyiv||Metalurh Donetsk|
Qualification to European competitions for 2010–11
- Since Ukraine finished in seventh place of the UEFA country ranking after the 2008–09 season, the league will gain one more qualification spot for UEFA Europa League 2010–11. The Ukrainian Cup winner will now qualify for the play-off round.
- After the 24th Round, both Dynamo Kyiv and Shakhtar Donetsk qualified for European football for the 2010–11 season.
- After the 26th Round, both Dynamo Kyiv and Shakhtar Donetsk qualified for 2010–11 UEFA Champions League.
- After the 27th Round, Metalist Kharkiv qualified for the 2010–11 UEFA Europa League.
- After the 28th Round, both Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk and Karpaty Lviv qualified for the 2010–11 UEFA Europa League.
- Shakhtar Donetsk captured the championship after a 1–0 win against rivals Dynamo Kyiv in the 29th Round, thus securing a place in the Champions League group stage. Dynamo Kyiv enters the Champions League third qualification round as runners up.
- Metalist Kharkiv's 4–1 away victory over Zorya Luhansk in the 29th Round secured them a third-place finish in the competition and a place in the Europa League play-off round. Also in the same round, Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk completed a 4–1 home victory against Illichivets which secured fourth-place and entry into Europa League third qualification round, since Karpaty Lviv lost 0–2 at home to Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih, leaving them in fifth place and qualification into the second qualification round.
Timeline of qualification
Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd goal difference; 3rd goals scored; 4th fair play
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.
|Home \ Away||ARK||CHO||DNI||DYN||ILL||KAR||KRY||MET||MDO||MZA||OBO||SHA||TAV||VOR||ZAK||ZOR|
|FC Dynamo Kyiv||3–1||5–0||2–1||3–1||1–1||1–0||3–0||3–1||3–0||2–1||3–0||6–0||1–0||2–0||2–0|
|Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih||0–1||2–3||0–0||1–3||0–2||1–2||2–2||0–1||1–3||3–2||0–2||0–1||1–1||3–1||4–0|
- ^(2) Original game ended in a 4–1 victory to Obolon. A technical 3–0 victory was awarded to Metalurh Zaporizhya as a result of four players from Obolon Kyiv using a banned substance administered to them during the game. FC Obolon Kyiv protested the decision and entered arbitration via the Appellate Committee of the Ukrainian Football Federation. The decision was overturned 20 November 2009.
- ^(3) Match took place in Dnipropetrovsk at the Meteor Stadium.
Round by round
The following table is a historic representation of the team's position in the standings after the completion of each round.
- Due to the participation of Shakhtar Donetsk in the 2009 UEFA Super Cup on 28 August 2009, their Round 5 match against Metalist Kharkiv was rescheduled to 23 September 2009 (after Round 7). Upon completion of this game Metalist moved from 6th to 5th in the standings.
- All Round 13 matches were cancelled due to a strike by the referees, delegates and inspectors from the Football Federation of Ukraine. Games were to be played 7 November and 8. The first match was played on 9 December 2009 initiating Round 16. The rest of the matches are scheduled after the winter break to be played 24 March 2010, and 7 April 2010. For historical tabulation purpose the Round-by-Round displays chronologically when the round was played and not the name used by the FPL.
Last updated: 9 May 2010
|1||Artem Milevskiy||17 (5)||Dynamo Kyiv|
|2||Jajá||16 (3)||Metalist Kharkiv|
|3||Yevhen Seleznyov||13 (2)||Shakhtar/Dnipro|
|4||Luiz Adriano||11 (2)||Shakhtar Donetsk|
|5||Andrey Varankow||10||Obolon Kyiv/Kryvbas|
|6||Henrikh Mkhitaryan||9||Metalurh Donetsk|
|Denys Oliynyk||9||Metalist Kharkiv|
|Andriy Vorobey||9||Arsenal Kyiv|
|Ionuț Mazilu||9 (1)||Arsenal Kyiv|
|Jádson||9 (3)||Shakhtar Donetsk|
The laureates of the 2009–10 UPL season were:
- Best player: Darijo Srna (Shakhtar Donetsk)
- Best coach: Mircea Lucescu (Shakhtar Donetsk)
- Best goalkeeper: Andriy Pyatov (Shakhtar Donetsk)
- Best arbiter: Viktor Shvetsov (Odesa)
- Best goalscorer: Artem Milevskiy (Dynamo Kyiv)
- Fair play prize: Metalurh Donetsk
Pride of flag is a club award given to the club who provided the most players for the national team and youth teams: U-21, U-19, U-17. In 2009, the award was given to Dynamo Kyiv, while the first runner-up was Shakhtar Donetsk and second – Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk. No data is available for the 2010 season.
(league appearances and goals listed in brackets)
Note: Players in italic are those whose playing position is uncertain.
- Ukrainian Second League 2009–10
- Ukrainian Premier League Reserves 2009-10
- Ukrainian First League 2009–10
- Ukrainian Cup 2009–10
- UEFA Europa League 2009–10
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- Former home ground used as venue prior to Round 8
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- ‹See Tfd›(in Ukrainian)FPL: Game Report – Venue Bannikov Stadion used as home ground by Arsenal in Round 29 Archived 8 March 2012 at the Wayback Machine
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Dinamo Kiev and Shakhtar Donetsk qualified for European football
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