2009–10 Ukrainian Second League

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Ukrainian Second League
Season 2009–10
Champions Bukovyna Chernivtsi (Group A)
Tytan Armyansk (Group B)
Relegated 2 withdrew, 1 expelled
Top goalscorer 14 - Vladyslav Korobkin (Bukovyna Chernivtsi)

The 2009–2010 Ukrainian Second League was the 19th season of 3rd level professional football in Ukraine. The competitions were divided into two groups according to geographical location in the country – A is western Ukraine and B is eastern Ukraine. Due to the 2009 flu pandemic which affected Ukraine in late October the PFL decide to break for winter earlier than they originally scheduled. The second half of the season began March 14, 2009.[1]

Competition information[edit]

Note: Relegation from the League is not covered by the current regulations[2]

The placing of teams in the table is done in the following order:

  • number of accumulated points
  • difference(GD) between goals for(GF) and goals allowed(GA)
  • number of goals for
  • The League Fair-play ranking

The next tie-break is a simple draw.

Group A[edit]

Team Changes[edit]

  • FC Morshyn(debut)
  • FC Lviv-2(debut)
    • FC Lviv-2 was the reserve squad of FC Lviv that participated in the Premier League Reserves competition.

No teams were relegated from the in First League due to team withdrawal.[3]

Location map[edit]

Locations of team home grounds in Ukrainian Second League 2009–10 (Group A)

Final Standings[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Comments
1 FC Bukovyna Chernivtsi 20 15 3 2 35 12 +23 48 Champions Substituted in First League
2 PFC Nyva Vinnytsia 20 12 4 4 43 16 +27 40 Playoff game winner Substituted in First League
3 FC Bastion Illichivsk 20 11 7 2 44 20 +24 40
4 MFK Mykolaiv 20 11 6 3 30 13 +17 39
5 FC Dynamo Khmelnytskyi 20 10 3 7 28 16 +12 33
6 FC Yednist' Plysky 20 8 5 7 22 21 +1 29
7 FC Ros Bila Tserkva 20 6 3 11 18 30 −12 21
8 FC Lviv-2 20 4 7 9 13 25 −12 19 (+) new withdrew(1)
9 FC Veres Rivne 20 4 4 12 16 41 −25 16
10 FC Karpaty-2 Lviv 20 5 1 14 17 43 −26 16 withdrew(1)
11 FC Skala Morshyn 20 1 3 16 11 40 −29 6 (+) new – Name change(2)

Notes:

  • ^(1) Karpaty-2 Lviv and FC Lviv-2 did not renew their license after the season.
  • ^(2) FC Skala Morshyn renamed themselves from FC Morshyn during the winter break.[4]

Withdrawn Teams[edit]

CSCA Kyiv[edit]

CSCA Kyiv ceased its operation and withdrew from the League after the 5th Round on September 4, 2009 due to financial hardship.[5] All of their results were annulled. They played three games in the League and had a record of 1 win and 2 losses with 6 goals scored and 6 allowed. The club was also docked 3 points by the PFL on August 27, 2009 due to failure of payment of league dues.[6]

Top goalscorers[edit]

Scorer Goals (Pen.) Team
Ukraine Vladyslav Korobkin
14 (3)
Bukovyna Chernivtsi
Ukraine Oleksandr Nechyporuk
13 (5)
Bastion Illichivsk
Ukraine Serhiy Ditkovsky
12 (2)
Dynamo Khmelnytskyi
Ukraine Yevhen Santrapinskykh
10
Bastion Illichivsk
Ukraine Oleksiy Kolesnykov
9 (1)
Dynamo Khmelnytskyi
Ukraine Yuriy Skorokhod
8
MFC Mykolaiv
Ukraine Vadym Bovtruk
7
Nyva Vinnytsia
Ukraine Serhiy Herasymets
6
Nyva Vinnytsia
Ukraine Dmytro Kozban
6
Nyva Vinnytsia
Ukraine Stepan Makoviychuk
6
Bukovyna Chernivtsi

Group B[edit]

Team changes[edit]

No teams were relegated from the in First League due to team withdrawal.[3]

Location map[edit]

Locations of team home grounds in Ukrainian Second League 2009–10 (Group B)

Final Standings[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Comments
1 Tytan Armyansk 26 21 3 2 50 20 +30 66 Champions Substituted in First League
2 Kremin Kremenchuk 26 15 9 2 41 21 +20 54 Playoff game
3 FC Poltava 26 16 6 4 34 16 +18 54
4 Stal Dniprodzerzhynsk 26 15 6 5 38 23 +15 51
5 Olimpik Donetsk 26 15 4 7 45 28 +17 49
6 Shakhtar Sverdlovsk 26 13 7 6 26 15 +11 46
7 Shakhtar-3 Donetsk 26 10 6 10 33 29 +4 36
8 FC Sumy 26 10 6 10 32 34 −2 36 (3)
9 Hirnyk Kryvyi Rih 26 8 4 14 29 43 −14 28
10 Olkom Melitopol 26 7 5 14 31 42 −11 26
11 Hirnyk-Sport Komsomolsk 26 5 7 14 21 35 −14 22
12 Illichivets-2 Mariupol 26 4 3 19 16 40 −24 15
13 Dnipro-75 Dnipropetrovsk 26 4 5 17 19 21 −2 14 –3(4)Expelled
14 Metalurh-2 Zaporizhya 26 3 1 22 18 66 −48 10

Notes:

  • ^(3) Sumy completed the season but failed license attestation from the Professional Football League of Ukraine for the next season due to various administrative and financial issues.[7]
  • ^(4) Dnipro-75 Dnipropetrovsk deducted 3 points by the PFL on August 27, 2009 due to failure of payment of league dues.[6]

Expelled Teams[edit]

Dnipro-75 Dnipropetrovsk[edit]

Dnipro-75 Dnipropetrovsk was expelled from the League just prior to the 16th Round on March 18, 2010 due to the inability to pay the spring season dues.[8] All of their spring fixtures are considered technical losses. The club played fifteen games in the League and had a record of 4 wins, 5 draws and 6 losses with 19 goals scored and 21 allowed. Stanislav Kulish was the top scorer with 6 goals of which 3 were scored from the penalty spot.

Top goalscorers[edit]

Scorer Goals (Pen.) Team
Ukraine Vasyl Klimov
13 (2)
Kremin Kremenchuk
Ukraine Kostyantyn Vizyonok
12 (3)
Tytan Armyansk
Ukraine Vadym Shavrin
9 (3)
Olimpik Donetsk
Ukraine Dmytro Kryviy
9 (4)
Stal Dniprodzerzhynsk
Ukraine Serhiy Savchenko
8
Olkom Melitopol/FC Sumy
Ukraine Kostiantyn Panin
7
Tytan Armyansk
Ukraine Roman Dovzhyk
7 (1)
Hirnyk Kryvyi Rih/Tytan Armyansk
Ukraine Vladislav Hel'zin
7 (1)
Olimpik Donetsk
Ukraine Dmytro Bermudes
7 (2)
FC Sumy

Playoff game[edit]

At the meeting of the Professional Football League of Ukraine after the season, it was confirmed that Ukrainian First League team FC Desna Chernihiv failed attestation and hence would have their license withdrawn. To allow an extra team to be promoted, the PFL determined that a playoff game between the 2nd placed teams from Druha LihaKremin Kremenchuk and Nyva Vinnytsia would determine the vacancy created. This playoff game was played June 28, 2010.[9]

June 28, 2010
17:00 UTC+3
Kremin Kremenchuk 0 – 2 Nyva Vinnytsia
Report Kozban Goal 12'
Naiko Goal 48'
Central Stadium, Makariv
Attendance: 700
Referee: Dmytro Kutakov (Brovary)

Stadia[edit]

Rank Stadium Capacity Club
1 Shakhtar Stadium 31,718 Shakhtar-3 Donetsk
2 Yuvileyny Stadium 25,800 Sumy
3 Meteor Stadium 24,361 Dnipro-75 Dnipropetrovsk
4 CMS(17) Vinnytsia 24,000 FC Nyva Vinnytsia
5 Army Stadium (SKA) 16,724 FC Karpaty-2 Lviv
6 Stadion Trudovi Rezervy 13,500 FC Ros Bila Tserkva
7 Bukovyna Stadium 12,000 FC Bukovyna Chernivtsi
8 Polytechnic Stadium 11,300 FC Kremin Kremenchuk
9 Horiushkin Memorial Stadium 10,000 FC Shakhtar Sverdlovsk
10 SC Podillia 8,000 FC Dynamo Khmelnytskyi
11 Sokil Stadium 6,000 Morshyn Stryi
12 Stadion Khimik 5,000 FC Titan Armyansk
13 Spartak Stadium (Nizhyn) 5,000 Yednist Plysky
14 Stadion Avanhard[10] 4,500[11] FC Veres Rivne
15 SC Khimik 3,600 FC Nyva Vinnytsia
16 Zakhidnyi Stadium 3,206 FC Illichivets-2 Mariupol
17 Central Stadium (Makariv) 3,100 Ros Bila Tserkva
18 Metalurh Stadium 2,900 FC Stal Dniprodzerzhynsk
19 Dynamo Training Center 2,700 CSCA Kyiv
20 Nad Buhom Stadium 2,660 Lviv-2 Kamyanka-Buzka
21 Stadion Lokomotyv 2,500 FC Poltava
22 Zhovtneva Mine Stadium 2,500 Hirnyk Kryvyi Rih
23 Yunist Stadium 2,500 FC Hirnyk-Sport Komsomolsk
24 Obukhiv Raion Stadium 2,064 Yednist / Ros
25 Oleksenko Spartak Stadium 2,000 FC Olkom Melitopol
26 Tytan Stadium 2,000 FC Metalurh-2 Zaporizhia
27 Azovets Stadium 1,660 FC Illichivets-2 Mariupol
28 CMS Mykolaiv 1,500[12] MFK Mykolaiv
29 Suputnyk Stadium 1,500 Yednist Plysky
30 School Stadium 1,500 Bastion Illichivsk
31 Kirsha Training Center 1,500 Shakhtar-3 Donetsk
32 Yednist Stadium 1,050 FC Yednist' Plysky(20)
33 SC Olimpik 680 FC Olimpik Donetsk
34 Metalist Academy Stadium 400 FC Kremin Kremenchuk
35 Metalurh Training Center ? FC Metalurh-2 Zaporizhia
36 Budivelnyk Stadium ? Hirnyk Kryvyi Rih

Notes:

  • ^(17) CMS stands for Central Municipal Stadium, the name of a stadium that doesn't carry any official names, and followed by the city's name where the stadium is located. Usually such stadiums are the property of the city with a generic name "Tsentralnyi" (Central, in Ukrainian)
  • ^(20) Yednist Plysky also played at SKOR Stadium in Obukhiv, Kiev Oblast (province) and Spartak Stadium in Nizhyn, Chernihiv Oblast.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Матчі листопада перенесено на весняну частину змагань (November fixtures transferred to spring schedule)" (in Ukrainian). PFL. 2009-11-04. Retrieved 2009-11-05. 
  2. ^ "РЕГЛАМЕНТ Стаття 14. Визначення місць команд у турнірній таблиці (Regulations: Statute 14 Standing place position in the tournament table))" (in Ukrainian). PFL. 2009-07-14. Retrieved 2009-09-20. 
  3. ^ a b "Визначено склад груп учасників змагань з футболу серед команд другої ліги (Confirmed group team entrants to compete in the Druha Liha))" (in Ukrainian). PFL. 2009-07-14. Retrieved 2009-07-14. 
  4. ^ "ПФЛ Центральна Рада ПОСТАНОВА №5 Різне №1 (PFL Committee Minutes from Meeting No. 5 Other Issues No. 1 Informing of name change February 17, 2010)" (PDF) (in Ukrainian). PFL. 2010-02-17. Retrieved 2010-03-09. 
  5. ^ "Футбольний клуб ЦСКА Київ припинив участь у змаганнях сезону 2009–2010 років (FC CSCA Kyiv ceased their participation in the 2009–2010 competition)" (in Ukrainian). PFL. 2009-09-04. Retrieved 2009-09-04. 
  6. ^ a b "Professional Football League 2009 Official Meetings Minutes №8 2009–10 season (CSCA Kyiv, Dnipro-75 deducted 3 points)" (in Ukrainian). PFL. 2009-08-27. Retrieved 2009-09-02. 
  7. ^ "Состоялось заседание Центрального Совета ПФЛ (Meeting of General assembly of the PFL)" (in Russian). PFL. 2010-06-21. Retrieved 2010-07-03. 
  8. ^ "ФК "Дніпро-75" Дніпропетровськ виключено зі складу ПФЛ (FC Dnipro-75 Dnipropetrovsk removed from the PFL)" (in Ukrainian). PFL. 2010-03-19. Retrieved 2009-03-19. 
  9. ^ "Состоялось заседание Центрального Совета ПФЛ (Meeting of the Professional Football League)" (in Russian). ua.football. 2010-06-21. Retrieved 2009-06-21. 
  10. ^ World Stadiums – Stadiums in the Ukraine
  11. ^ Avanhard is under reconstruction (20,000)
  12. ^ CMS under reconstruction (16,700)