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SFC Desna Chernihiv
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Full name SFC Desna Chernihiv
Nickname(s) Siveriany (The Northerners)
Founded 1960
Ground Stadion Yuri Gagarin, Chernihiv
Ground Capacity 12,060
Chairman Volodymyr Levin
Manager Oleksandr Ryabokon
League Ukrainian First League
2016–17 First League, 2nd
Website Club website

SFC Desna Chernihiv is a Ukrainian football club based in Chernihiv.

The original name of the club was "Avanhard" during its first year of existence. Between 1961–70 the club was called Desna. In 1972 it was replaced with SC Chernihiv (team of the SKA Kiev) that played in Chernihiv for the next couple of years. In 1977 Desna was revived now in place of the amateur club "Khimik Cherhihiv" that won regional competitions.

After the completion of the 2009–10 Ukrainian First League the club failed attestation and the PFL withdrew their license.[1] However, the club was reformed with new management as "Sporting Football Club" Desna Chernihiv and was readmitted in the Ukrainian Second League.[2]

The original team colours were blue shirts, blue shorts, blue socks.

History[edit]

The team of masters was established in Chernihiv in 1960 under the name "Avanhard" as part of the republican Avanhard sports society and entering competitions of the class "B" competitions (concurrently Football Championship of the Ukrainian SSR).[3] "This year the Chernihiv team "Avanhard" will take part in the state football championship (challenge) among the Class B teams. To its squad were included better footballers of the region. Among them are goalkeeper V.Lomako, field players V.Kravchynskyi, Yu.Shkolnikov, O.Finkelberh, and others", in such way the chairman of regional council of sports societies and organizations V.Tatur informed readers of "Desnyanska Pravda" on 10 February 1960.[4] "The team's coach is appointed a former Dynamo Kyiv player Aleksandr Shchanov. These days "Avanhard" will proceed with its training and in already the nearest future in Chernihiv will start reconstruction and upgrade of the city's stadium. In its construction will take part quite a few city residents, public, youth, and Komsomol activists".[4] Over 26 seasons in the USSR championships, Desna played 1,099 matches, of which 380 won, 301 - tied and 418 - lost. They scored 1145 goals, conceded - 1251.[5]

In 1961 the team received the name "Desna". According to the results of the 1961 season, Desna took the 5th place in its group and the 10th place in the final of the Ukrainian SSR (class "B"). Among all the Ukrainian teams of the championship of the USSR Chernihiv team was the 13th.[3]

In 1965 Desna achieved its highest achievement in the Soviet Union era. Defeating six opponents, including class "A" teams - "Shinnik" and "Neftçi", the team reached the 1/8 finals of the USSR Cup, where they lost to "Kairat" in Almaty with a score 3:4.[6][7] The following season, the team fought for leadership in the first zone of the Ukrainian class "B" - the winners were given the right to fight for securing the second group of the "A" class (later reorganized into the First League). "Desna" skipped forward only Khmelnitsky "Dynamo", and in the overall standings took the 4th place in the championship of the Ukrainian SSR.[7]

In 1968, Desna, taking fourth place in the final tournament of the best Ukrainian teams of the "B" class, won a ticket to the second group of the "A" class.[6] At the end of the 1970 season, the team took 11th place among 22 teams, but at the end of the year the decision of the new head of the Chernihiv region was to disband the club.[8][7] In 1972 the city of Chernihiv was represented by a football team called the "team of Chernihiv city" and later renamed as SC Chernihiv. The team represented the Armed Forces of Kiev Military District and better known as SKA Kiev. The 1976 season was its last season at professional level.

At the same period of time in 1976 "Khimik" Chernihiv, led by the former player of the Desna, Yukhym Shkolnykov, won the Ukrainian SSR championship among the physical culture teams, thus gaining an opportunity to participate at professional level, the Soviet Second League. In 1977 "Desna", the composition of which was formed from the former players of "Khimik" Chernihiv, entered the Soviet Second League. In the 1982 season, the team, placed 2nd in the Ukrainian zone of the Second League, won silver medals of the football championship of the Ukrainian SSR.[6][7]

After the collapse of the Soviet Union and the proclamation of Ukraine's independence, Desna started playing in the Ukrainian First League, but in the season 1993/94 it was relegated to the third tier.[9] Having won the second league group tournament in 1997,[5] the team returned to the First League for two seasons. Since 1999, for seven seasons, Chernihiv footballers performed in the Second League.[9] To return the team to the First League in the championship of 2005/06 mentors Olexandr Tomakh and Yukhym Shkolnykov were managed.[7]

In the 2007/08 season Desna took the 4th place in the First League, which at that time was the best result of the team in the Ukrainian championship.[7] After the end of the 2009/10 season Desna was deprived of professional status due to the fact that it did not pass the certification,[10] but the new authority managed to revive the team and declare it in the Second League.[11]

In the 2012/13 season Desna won the Second League title and rose in the class.[12] Following the results of the championship of 2013/14 the team took the 5th position in the First League. In the Cup of Ukraine the team for the first time in history reached the quarter finals, having beaten "Metalurh" Zaporizhya (1:1, in a penalty shootout - 5:4) on its field. In the match 1/4 finals with the "Shakhtar" "Desna" lost with a score of 0:2.[13][14]

According to the results of the 2016/17 season Desna won the silver medals of the First League and for the first time in history gained the right to compete in the Premier League.[15]

However, on 1 June 2017, it was announced that Desna was denied in receiving license to play in the top division. The argument was that the club is not able to provide guarantees for an adequate financing of infrastructure.[16] The license was received by NK Veres Rivne, the third-placed team during the last season in the second-tier division.[17]

Both clubs FC Desna Chernihiv and NK Veres Rivne did not play at their home stadiums in the 2016–17 Ukrainian First League. The first one played in Kiev at the Obolon Arena, while the other one played in Varash, at the Izotop Stadium of the Rivne Nuclear Power Plant. The administration of Desna released a letter of protest before a meeting of FFU representative.[18] On 2 June 2017, it was announced about the final composition of the clubs and calendar for the upcoming season.[19]

Honors[edit]

Runners Up: 1
1982
Runners Up: 1
2016-17
1996–97 Champions Group A
2005–06 Champions Group A
2012–13 Champions Group A
Runners Up: 3
2000–01 Group C
2003–04 Group C
2004–05 Group C

Crest and colours[edit]

The coat of arms of the Chernihiv city

Crest[edit]

The crest of the club, which was created in early 2008 contained an image of an eagle from the coat of arms of Chernihiv and a sign of Chernihiv prince Mstyslav Volodymyrovych.[20][21]

The modern crest, made in the traditional white and blue colors of the Desna, was presented on July 27, 2016.[22] In the development of the emblem the fans of the team took part.[23] On the shield is a stylized eagle - the main element of the city coat of arms of Chernihiv. The image of the eagle was used as a symbol of Chernihiv princes from the middle of the 10th century. The golden cross, which holds the eagle, symbolizes the importance of Christianity in the history of the city, one of the main spiritual centers of Ukraine. Vertical blue and white stripes on the emblem are based on the form in which the players of the Desna have been playing since 1962. The inscription "Desna" is made in a font that was used on the previous emblems of the club.[24]

There are old crests of the club:

Colours[edit]

The historical colors of the Desna are white and blue.[25] In the season of 1961, for the basic set of the form, white and blue colors were used, for the reserve set - green-blue. In a friendly match against the Stockholm Hammarby on October 22, 1961, the players of the Desna appeared on the field wearing red T-shirts and blue shorts.[7]

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 17 March 2018[26][27]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
2 Ukraine DF Oleksandr Holovko
4 Ukraine DF Vadym Melnyk (captain)
5 Ukraine DF Vitaliy Yermakov
7 Ukraine MF Vladyslav Ohirya
8 Ukraine MF Maksym Banasevych
9 Ukraine MF Levan Arveladze
10 Ukraine FW Oleksandr Filippov
12 Ukraine MF Yehor Kartushov
13 Georgia (country) MF Luka Koberidze
14 Ukraine MF Andriy Mostovyi
15 Georgia (country) DF Giorgi Gadrani
No. Position Player
19 Ukraine MF Artem Favorov
20 Ukraine FW Denys Bezborodko (on loan from Shakhtar)
23 Ukraine DF Kyrylo Sydorenko
25 Ukraine GK Kostyantyn Makhnovskyi
33 Ukraine DF Andriy Slinkin
45 Ukraine DF Denys Favorov
66 Ukraine MF Yevhen Chumak
72 Ukraine GK Ihor Lytovka
79 Ukraine GK Serhiy Melashenko
89 Ukraine MF Oleksandr Volkov

Out on loan[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Ukraine GK Oleh Shevchenko (at Polissya Zhytomyr)
3 Ukraine DF Pavlo Schedrakov (at Polissya Zhytomyr)
11 Ukraine MF Vadym Bovtruk (at Polissya Zhytomyr)
No. Position Player
90 Ukraine MF Illya Kovalenko (at Sumy)
77 Ukraine FW Denys Halenkov (at Sumy)
69 Ukraine FW Ihor Kiriyenko (at Avanhard Kramatorsk)

Managers[edit]

Dates Name
1960 Soviet Union Oleksandr Shchanov[28]
1960 Soviet Union Anatoly Zhyhan[28]
1961 Soviet Union Yosyp Lifshyts[28]
1962–1963 Soviet Union Yevgeny Goryansky[29][30]
1963 Soviet Union Mykhaylo Chyrko[31]
1964 Soviet Union Vadim Radzishevskiy[32][33]
1965–1966 Soviet Union Valentin Tugarin[29]
1966 Soviet Union Sergei Korshunov[29][34]
1967 Soviet Union Viktor Zhiltsov[35]
1967 Soviet Union Yevhen Lemeshko[36]
1968 Soviet Union Valentin Tugarin[29][37]
1969 Soviet Union Volodymyr Onyshchenko[38][39]
1969–1970 Soviet Union Oleh Bazylevych[29]
1977–1982 Soviet Union Yukhym Shkolnykov
1983 Soviet Union Andriy Protsko[29]
1983–1984 Soviet Union Yevgeny Goryansky[29]
1985–1986 Soviet Union Mykhaylo Fomenko
1987 Soviet Union Andriy Protsko[29]
1988–1989 Soviet Union Mykhailo Dunets
1989 Soviet Union Andriy Protsko (caretaker)
1990–1993 Soviet Union Ukraine Yuriy Hruznov
1993 Ukraine Andriy Protsko (caretaker)
1994 Ukraine Viktor Dubino
1994–1996 Ukraine Andriy Protsko
1996–1999 Ukraine Yukhym Shkolnykov
1999–2002 Ukraine Yuriy Hruznov
2002–2004 Ukraine Vadym Lazorenko
2004–2007 Ukraine Oleksandr Tomakh
2007 Ukraine Serhiy Bakun (caretaker)
2007–2008 Ukraine Serhiy Kucherenko
2008 Ukraine Oleksandr Ryabokon
2009 Ukraine Mykhailo Dunets
2009 Ukraine Yuriy Ovcharov (caretaker)
2009–2010 Ukraine Oleksandr Ryabokon
2010 Ukraine Viktor Dohadaylo[40]
2010 Ukraine Ihor Khimich (caretaker)[41]
2010 Ukraine Oleh Melnychenko (caretaker)[41]
2010 Ukraine Oleksiy Skala[41]
2011 Ukraine Anatoly Byelay[41]
2011–2012 Ukraine Oleksandr Deriberin
2012– Ukraine Oleksandr Ryabokon[42]

League and cup history[edit]

USSR

Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Domestic Cup Europe Notes
1960 Class B, Ukraine I 16 32 5 6 21 29 62 16
1961 Class B, Ukraine I 5 34 13 13 8 50 49 39 UkSSR zone 1, Final (1/64)
9-10 pos. 10 2 0 1 1 2 4 1
1962 Class B, Ukraine III 4 24 10 8 6 40 33 28 UkSSR zone, 1/8 finals (1/256)
7-17 pos. 13 10 1 7 2 7 9 9 Relegated
1963 Class B, Ukraine I 11 38 12 12 14 35 42 36 UkSSR zone 1, 1/4 finals (1/512)
21-22 pos. 21 2 1 0 1 4 3 2
1964 Class B, Ukraine I 11 30 8 10 12 23 31 26 UkSSR zone 1, Final (1/128)
25-30 pl. 25 10 4 5 1 15 8 13
1965 Class B, Ukraine I 9 30 8 14 8 32 33 30 1/8 finals
19-24 pl. 21 10 4 2 4 13 14 10
1966 Class B, Ukraine I 2 38 19 11 8 56 32 49 1/128 finals
3-4 pl. 4 2 0 1 1 0 2 1
1967 Class B, Ukraine I 8 40 17 11 12 44 33 45 UkSSR zone 1, 1/8 finals (1/1024)
1968 Class B, Ukraine II 3 40 24 6 10 50 27 54 Crimea zone, Final (1/256)
Final UkSSR 4 7 3 2 2 6 6 8 Promoted
1969 Class A, Group 2, Subgroup 3 18 42 11 14 17 30 59 36 1/128 finals Relegated
1970 Class A, Group 2, Zone 1 11 42 17 10 15 43 45 44 1/128 Finals Disbanded
Desna was disbanded in 1971-76
1977 Second League, Zone 2 14 44 11 16 17 34 42 38
1978 Second League, Zone 2 11 44 16 13 15 37 33 45
1979 Second League, Zone 2 17 46 13 12 21 37 57 38
1980 Second League, Zone 5 8 44 18 13 13 50 29 49
1981 Second League, Zone 5 12 44 13 15 16 48 38 41
1982 Second League, Zone 6 2 46 26 10 10 64 38 62
1983 Second League, Zone 6 23 50 16 8 26 26 50 38
1984 Second League, Zone 2, Group 1 11 24 6 5 13 24 39 17
Final 13-26 pl. 20 14 6 3 5 20 24 15
1985 Second League, Zone 2, Group 1 10 26 7 6 13 26 36 20
Final 15-28 pl. 23 14 6 3 5 16 19 15
1986 Second League, Zone 2, Group 1 10 26 8 7 11 25 31 23
Final 15-28 pl. 23 14 5 3 6 12 13 13
1987 Second League, Zone 6 24 52 11 17 24 48 80 39
1988 Second League, Zone 6 21 50 14 14 22 42 59 42
1989 Second League, Zone 6 17 42 14 8 20 39 54 36 Relegated
1990 Soviet Lower Second League, Zone 1 12 36 13 6 17 35 39 32 UkSSR Cup, 1/2 finals
1991 Soviet Lower Second League, Zone 1 13 50 20 9 21 59 59 49 UkSSR Cup, 1/4 finals

Ukraine

Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Domestic Cup Europe Notes
1992 2nd "A" 5 26 11 7 8 23 24 29 1/32 finals
1992–93 2nd 19 42 13 9 20 42 49 35 1/64 finals
1993–94 2nd 20 38 7 10 21 29 53 24 1/16 finals Relegated
1994–95 3rd 11 42 17 7 18 44 43 58 1/32 finals
1995–96 3rd "A" 7 40 21 9 10 55 30 72 1/32 finals
1996–97 3rd "A" 1 30 26 6 4 39 12 66 1/32 finals Second stage[43] Promoted
1997–98 2nd 15 42 14 12 16 45 53 54 1/16 finals
1998–99 2nd 19 38 7 6 25 28 60 27 1/32 finals Relegated
1999-00 3rd "C" 9 26 11 5 10 27 32 38 1/16 finals Second League Cup
2000–01 3rd "C" 2 30 18 5 7 66 29 59 1/16 finals Second League Cup
2001–02 3rd "C" 4 34 18 6 10 57 43 60 Round 1[44]
2002–03 3rd "C" 3 28 19 1 8 36 25 58 1/32 finals
2003–04 3rd "C" 2 30 23 5 2 67 25 74 1/32 finals
2004–05 3rd "C" 2 28 21 4 3 59 26 67 1/8 finals
2005–06 3rd "A" 1 28 24 2 2 76 13 74 1/32 finals Promoted
2006–07 2nd 14 36 11 8 17 51 58 41 1/16 finals
2007–08 2nd 4 38 20 7 11 61 44 67 1/8 finals
2008–09 2nd 7 32 13 8 11 31 33 47 1/16 finals
2009–10 2nd 8 34 12 12 10 38 30 48 1/32 finals Relegated[1]
2010–11 3rd "A" 5 22 12 4 6 38 24 40 1/64 finals
2011–12 3rd "A" 2 26 18 5 3 48 19 59 1/32 finals Play-off[45]
2012–13 3rd "A" 1 20 14 6 0 35 12 48 1/16 finals
3rd "1"[46] 1 30 20 9 1 55 22 69 Promoted[47]
2013–14 2nd 5 30 14 2 14 33 27 44 1/4 finals
2014–15 2nd 5 30 12 11 7 44 27 47 1/16 finals
2015–16 2nd 8 30 11 7 12 30 29 40 1/16 finals
2016–17 2nd 2 34 22 8 4 55 23 74 1/8 finals Denied Promotion[16]
2017-18 2nd 1/8 finals

1 tier - 0 seasons (Ukraine)
2 tier - 4 seasons (USSR) + 14 seasons (Ukraine)
3 tier - 20 seasons (USSR) + 13 seasons (Ukraine)
4 tier - 2 seasons (USSR)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Club failed attestation for the 2010–11 season and license was withdrawn.
    "Состоялось заседание Центрального Совета ПФЛ (Meeting of the Professional Football League)" (in Russian). ua.football. 2010-06-21. Retrieved 2009-06-21. 
  2. ^ New Club formed for the 2010–11 season.
    ""Десна" буде грати! (Desna will play!)" (in Ukrainian). ua.football. 2010-07-20. Retrieved 2009-07-27. 
  3. ^ a b Муха В. А. (2014-01-14). "Столітня епопея Чернігівського футболу" (in Ukrainian). Gorod.cn.ua. Archived from the original on 2014-10-23. Retrieved 2016-02-23. 
  4. ^ a b 1960-1962. Desna Chernihiv website. 19 August 2016
  5. ^ a b Муха, Семь рекордов «Десны» 1997.
  6. ^ a b c Муха В. А. (2010-12-28). "Деснянське півстоліття: віхи й імена" (in Ukrainian). sport.ua. Archived from the original on 2013-04-06. Retrieved 2016-02-23. 
  7. ^ a b c d e f g Муха, Піввіку «Десни» 2010.
  8. ^ Муха В. А. (2010-07-10). "Анатомія падіння" (in Ukrainian). sport.ua. Retrieved 2016-02-25. 
  9. ^ a b Кудырко, Футбол Украины—2008 2008.
  10. ^ Сытник С. (2010-06-17). "Состоялся Исполком ФФУ". UA-Football. Retrieved 2016-02-25. 
  11. ^ Мельничук А. (2010-07-15). ""Десна" буде грати!" (in Ukrainian). UA-Football. Retrieved 2016-02-25. 
  12. ^ "Чемпіоном другої ліги стала чернігівська "Десна"" (in Ukrainian). Professional Football League of Ukraine. 2013-06-16. Retrieved 2016-02-25. 
  13. ^ Кириченко С. (2013-10-30). "Кубок України. Десна — Металург (З) 1:1 (5:4). Чернігівська лотерея" (in Ukrainian). UA-Football. Retrieved 2016-02-25. 
  14. ^ Валерко А., Клюйко А. (2014-07-07). "Favbet Лига 1. Итоги сезона. Десна". football.ua. Retrieved 2016-02-25. 
  15. ^ "Десна завоевала путёвку в Премьер-лигу". UA-Football. 2017-05-27. Retrieved 2017-05-27. 
  16. ^ a b Veres passed an attestation and will be playing in the UPL along with a coach Kvartsianyi (Верес получил аттестат и сыграет в УПЛ с тренером Кварцяным). Sport Arena. 1 June 2017
  17. ^ Desna was not allowed in UPL, out of the First League there will be promoted Veres (Десну не пустили в УПЛ, из Первой лиги выйдет Верес). Football.ua. 1 June 2017
  18. ^ Desna's administration: if there won't be the Premier Liha, there won't be financing (Руководство Десны: не будет Премьер-лиги — не будет финансирования). Football.ua. 1 June 2017
  19. ^ http://football.ua/ukraine/336638-upl-predstavila-kalendar-igr-pervogo-ehtapa-chempionata-ukrainy-201718.html
  20. ^ "Як "Десна" новий клубний герб розробляла". UA-Football. 2008-01-22. 
  21. ^ "Символика спортивных клубов и организаций Украины". Vexillographia.ru. 
  22. ^ "Десна сменила эмблему клуба". UA-Football. 2016-07-27. 
  23. ^ "ФК "Десна" меняет свою эмблему". Высокий Вал. 2016-05-28. 
  24. ^ "Десна представила новую эмблему". football.ua. 2016-07-30. 
  25. ^ "Ретроспектива. Назвали "Десною"" (in Ukrainian). Официальный сайт ФК «Десна». 2016-02-05. Retrieved 2016-02-09. 
  26. ^ http://desna.football/our-players/
  27. ^ [1] – Ukrainian PFL website
  28. ^ a b c Муха, В. (2014-01-14). "Столітня епопея Чернігівського футболу". Gorod.cn.ua. Archived from the original on 2014-10-23. Retrieved 2014-10-22. 
  29. ^ a b c d e f g h Муха, В. (2010-12-28). "Деснянське півстоліття: віхи й імена" (in Ukrainian). sport.ua. Archived from the original on 2013-04-06. Retrieved 2014-10-22. 
  30. ^ Муха 2010, p. 50.
  31. ^ Муха 2010, p. 51.
  32. ^ "Радзишевский Владислав (Вадим) Николаевич". footballfacts.ru. Retrieved 2014-10-22. 
  33. ^ Муха 2010, p. 53—54.
  34. ^ Муха 2010, p. 70—76.
  35. ^ Муха 2010, p. 76—79.
  36. ^ Муха 2010, p. 79—80.
  37. ^ Муха 2010, p. 80.
  38. ^ "СССР. Сезон — 1969. 2 группа класса «А». 3 подгруппа. Составы команд". КЛИСФ. Archived from the original on 2013-08-27. 
  39. ^ "Онищенко Владимир Леонтьевич". Одесский футбол. Archived from the original on 2016-03-04. Retrieved 2015-08-13. 
  40. ^ Муха, В. (2010-07-29). "Догадайло пішов..." (in Ukrainian). sport.ua. Retrieved 2014-10-22. 
  41. ^ a b c d Кириченко, С. (2011-07-13). ""Десна" из берегов не вышла". Gorod.cn.ua. Retrieved 2014-10-22. 
  42. ^ "Олександр Рябоконь — головний тренер ФК "Десна"" (in Ukrainian). UA-Football. 2012-03-16. Archived from the original on 2013-04-06. Retrieved 2014-10-22. 
  43. ^ Forfeit to Javir Krasnopillja
  44. ^ Forfeit in 2nd leg after defeating Mashynobudivnyk Druzhkivka 5–0
  45. ^ Lost playoff game to Avanhard Kramatorsk 1–0
  46. ^ Competition held in two stages. Points from Stage One carried over
  47. ^ Won Championship play-off against FC UkrAhroKom Holovkivka on away goals rule after a 3–3 final aggregate score.
    Vitaliy Kvitka (16 June 2013).
    Друга ліга. Матч за звання чемпіона. "УкрАгроКом" – "Десна" 3:1. Коронований Чернігів [Second League – Championship match. UkrAhroKom – Desna 3:1] (in Ukrainian). ua-football.com. Retrieved 16 June 2013. 

References[edit]

  • Муха, Віктор (2010). Піввіку "Десни". Чернігів: Видавець Лозовий В.М. ISBN 978-966-2482-28-7. 

External links[edit]

(in Ukrainian) Official Team website