2009–10 Ukrainian Second League
|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
- 2 Group A
- 3 Group B
- 4 Playoff game
- 5 Stadia
- 6 See also
- 7 References
Note: Relegation from the League is not covered by the current regulations
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.
- 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.
|1||FC Bukovyna Chernivtsi||20||15||3||2||35||12||+23||48||Champions First League|
|2||PFC Nyva Vinnytsia||20||12||4||4||43||16||+27||40||Playoff game winner First League|
|3||FC Bastion Illichivsk||20||11||7||2||44||20||+24||40|
|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)|
- ^(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.
CSCA Kyiv ceased its operation and withdrew from the League after the 5th Round on September 4, 2009 due to financial hardship. 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.
No teams were relegated from the in First League due to team withdrawal.
|1||Tytan Armyansk||26||21||3||2||50||20||+30||66||Champions First League|
|2||Kremin Kremenchuk||26||15||9||2||41||21||+20||54||Playoff game|
|9||Hirnyk Kryvyi Rih||26||8||4||14||29||43||−14||28|
|13||Dnipro-75 Dnipropetrovsk||26||4||5||17||19||21||−2||14||–3(4) – Expelled|
- ^(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.
- ^(4) Dnipro-75 Dnipropetrovsk deducted 3 points by the PFL on August 27, 2009 due to failure of payment of league dues.
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. 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.
||Olkom Melitopol/FC Sumy|
||Hirnyk Kryvyi Rih/Tytan Armyansk|
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 Liha – Kremin Kremenchuk and Nyva Vinnytsia would determine the vacancy created. This playoff game was played June 28, 2010.
June 28, 2010
|Kremin Kremenchuk||0 – 2||Nyva Vinnytsia|
|1||Shakhtar Stadium||31,718||Shakhtar-3 Donetsk|
|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||4,500||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||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|
- ^(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.
- "Матчі листопада перенесено на весняну частину змагань (November fixtures transferred to spring schedule)" (in Ukrainian). PFL. 2009-11-04. Retrieved 2009-11-05.
- "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.
- "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.
- "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.
- "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.
- "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.
- "Состоялось заседание Центрального Совета ПФЛ (Meeting of General assembly of the PFL)" (in Russian). PFL. 2010-06-21. Retrieved 2010-07-03.
- "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.
- "Состоялось заседание Центрального Совета ПФЛ (Meeting of the Professional Football League)" (in Russian). ua.football. 2010-06-21. Retrieved 2009-06-21.
- World Stadiums – Stadiums in the Ukraine
- Avanhard is under reconstruction (20,000)
- CMS under reconstruction (16,700)