|Full name||Anatoliy Dmytrovych Konkov|
|Date of birth||19 September 1949|
|Place of birth||Krasnyi Luch, Luhansk oblast, Soviet Union|
|Playing position||Manager, former Midfielder, Stopper|
|2003||Metalurh D (sport. director)|
|2008–2012||Stal (sport. director)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Anatoliy Konkov (Ukrainian: Анатолій Дмитрович Коньков; born 19 September 1949 in Krasnyi Luch, Ukrainian SSR) is a former Soviet football player and recognized as the Merited Master of Sports of the USSR (1982). He was elected as the President of the Football Federation of Ukraine in September 2012.
During his playing career Konkov played in defense as a stopper. He won four Soviet championships, once was a holder of the Soviet Cup, UEFA Supercup, and UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1974-75. He is a vice-champion of Europe'72, and received an Olympic bronze medal in 1976.
After retiring as a player Konkov became a coach, coaching clubs of the Soviet Union, Ukraine, and Azerbaijan. On 2 September 2012 he was elected the President of the Football Federation of Ukraine, becoming the second president after Viktor Bannikov who had a professional player career.
- As of 27 September 2013.
|Ukraine||25 March 1995||11 November 1995||7||3||0||4||8||13||−5||42.86|
|Presidents of FFU