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Stal Kamianske
Logo FK Stal.png
Full name FC Stal Kamianske
Founded 1926, reorganized in 1998
Ground Meteor Stadium, Dnipro
Metalurh Stadium (not suited for the UPL)
Ground Capacity 24,381
Chairman Vardan Israelian
Head coach Leonid Kuchuk
League Ukrainian Premier League
2015–16 8th
Website Club home page
Current season

FC Stal Kamianske (Ukrainian: Сталь Кам'янське) is a professional Ukrainian football club located in Kamianske, Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, Ukraine. The club currently competes in the Ukrainian Premier League.[1]

The club is sponsored by the Dnieper Metallurgical Combine (DMK) which is a member of the Industrial Union of Donbas (ISD).

History[edit]

The club traces its history to a factory team that was created in 1926 under the name of Metalist. Later the name was changed to Dzerzhynka. The team participated in competitions irregularly. It entered Soviet competitions in 1935 as a city's team (Dniprodzerzhynsk, 1935 – 1936) participating in Ukrainian Championship. In 1936 and in 1938 it entered the Soviet Cup competitions and in 1938 was a runner up of the Ukrainian Championship as Stal Dniprodzerzhynsk yielding only to Dzerzhynets Voroshylovhrad (today FC Zorya Luhansk). There is no record of any competitions in the region during World War II.

In 1945 Dniprodzerzhynsk city players participated in the Ukrainian Spartakiad as members of Dnipropetrovsk Oblast team. In 1949 Metalurh Dniprodzerzhynsk was again a runner-up at the republican competitions, losing a championship playoff to the Kievan Officers' Club (modern FC CSKA Kyiv). Between 1954 to 1975 the Dniprodzerzhynsk metallurgical team did not participate in any national or republican competitions focusing only on regional and city's championships. The club was completely overshadowed by another team from Kamianske (at that time Dniprodzerzhynsk), SC Prometei Dniprodzerzhynsk, that after the World War II and until 1970s was the main city's team.

In 1976, under the name of Metalurh Dniprodzerzhynsk, the team was revived including not only factory players, but also football players of SC Prometei Dniprodzerzhynsk (sports club of the Dnieper Chemical Plant) and Burevisnyk Dniprodzerzhynsk (city's education department sports society). In 1978 the new team won the Ukrainian championship for sports clubs and was promoted to the Soviet Second League. The club's best achievement was 12th place in the 1982–83 season, and it was soon relegated in 1985.

In 1994, the club became almost defunct. In 1998, the team was reorganized again under the current name, Stal Dniprodzerzhynsk. The team became one of the strongest in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast and in 2001, it was promoted to the Ukrainian amateur championship. In the same year, Stal won the Dnipropetrovsk Oblast Cup and was promoted to the Druha Liha B. In the 2003–04 season, Stal became the champions of the division and were promoted to the Persha Liha.

Stal finish in 20th place (bottom) in the 2007–08 season and were relegated Ukrainian Second League.

After a six season absence the club was promoted to Ukrainian First League in 2014.[2] In 2015 the club was set to merge with FC Metalurh Donetsk.[1] However, on 11 July 2015 Metalurh declared bankruptcy, citing the economic difficulties caused by the War in Donbass.[1] FC Stal Dniprodzerzhynsk did take Metalurh's place in the Ukrainian Premier League.[1]

In May 2016 (the city of) Dniprodzerzhynsk was renamed (into) Kamianske.[3]

Colors and badge[edit]

Club's colors are silver, blue and white.

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 11 March 2017[4][5]

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

No. Position Player
2 Brazil MF Leandro da Silva
3 Ukraine MF Oleksiy Dovhyi
4 Ukraine DF Anton Kravchenko
6 Ukraine MF Maksym Kalenchuk (captain)
7 Ukraine DF Serhiy Voronin
8 Armenia MF Gor Malakyan
9 Armenia MF Edgar Malakyan
10 Curaçao MF Boy Deul
12 Ukraine GK Oleksandr Bandura
13 Serbia DF Miloš Stamenković
15 Ukraine DF Artem Shabanov
16 Ghana FW Kwame Karikari
No. Position Player
17 Ukraine MF Orest Kuzyk
20 Azerbaijan DF Pavlo Pashayev
22 Armenia DF Artur Danielyan
23 Ukraine MF Mykhaylo Meskhi
32 Ukraine DF Mykola Ischenko
39 Ukraine MF Denys Vasin
64 Ukraine GK Herman Penkov
79 Ukraine GK Yuriy Pankiv
88 Ukraine MF Maryan Mysyk
91 Ukraine MF Roman Karasyuk
93 Ukraine FW Roman Debelko
94 Ukraine MF Maksym Zaderaka

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
Ukraine MF Oleksandr Kozak (on loan at Illichivets)
No. Position Player

Coaches and administration[edit]

Administration[6] Coaching[7] (senior team) Coaching[8] (U-21 team)

Presidents[edit]

  •  ?–2005 Maksym Zavhorodniy
  • 2005–? Oleh Dubina
  •  ?–? Illia Buha
  • 2011–2015 Maksym Zavhorodniy
  • 2015–present Vardan Israeltian

Honors[edit]

League and cup history[edit]

Soviet Union[edit]

Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Domestic Cup Europe Notes
Stal
1936 6th "Tretia Hrupa"
(Ukrainian Championship)
W Elimination tournament in final Stal beat Dynamo Kryvyi Rih 4:1
1937 5th "Druha Hrupa"
(Ukrainian Championship)
2 5 3 1 1 17 7 12
1938 4th "Persha Hrupa"
(Ukrainian Championship)
2 11 7 3 1 40 20 28
1939 4 9 3 3 3 17 12 18
1940 4 ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
1941-1944 Due to World War II, the club was dissolved and did not function.
Metallurg / Metalurh
1948 4th "Zone 3"
(Ukrainian Championship)
1 ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
3 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? semifinal group 2
1949 1 ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
1 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Lost championship playoff to DO Kiev
1950 4th "Zone 2"
(Ukrainian Championship)
2 17 13 1 3 40 24 27
1951 4th "Zone 4"
(Ukrainian Championship)
4 ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
1952 4th "Zone 3"
(Ukrainian Championship)
9 22 5 6 11 19 45 16
1953-1957 Club's status is unknown
1958 4th "Zone 8"
(Ukrainian Championship)
7 14 3 1 10 11 29 7
1959-1974 Club's status is unknown
1975-1976 Club participates in regional competitions
1977 4th
(KFK (Ukraine))
6 22 8 7 7 25 21 23
1978 1 18 13 4 1 31 9 30 qualified for final group
1 5 5 0 0 9 3 10 Promoted
1979 3rd
(Vtoraya Liga)
23 46 13 8 25 37 71 34
1980 18 44 11 11 22 47 58 33
1981 22 44 8 13 23 31 71 29
1982 12 46 17 9 20 47 47 43
1983 12 50 17 14 19 35 39 48
1984 11 24 4 7 13 23 38 15
24 14 5 4 5 17 19 14
1985 13 26 5 4 17 20 45 14
28 14 4 3 7 14 22 11 Relegated
1986-1988 Club participates in regional competitions
1989 4th
(KFK (Ukraine))
7 24 9 7 8 34 32 25
1990-1992 Club participates in regional competitions

Ukraine[edit]

Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Domestic Cup Europe Notes
Metalurh
1992–93 4th
(Amateurs)
10 26 6 11 9 30 30 23
1993-2001 Club participates in regional competitions. In 1998 changed its name to Stal.
2001 4th
(Amateurs)
2 4 2 1 1 5 4 7 applied to Second League
2001–02 3rd "C"
(Druha Liha)
12 34 11 7 16 29 47 40 Did not enter
2002–03 5 28 16 4 8 35 22 52 1/32 finals
2003–04 1 30 23 6 1 53 16 75 1/32 finals Promoted
2004–05 2nd
(Persha Liha)
9 34 14 7 13 42 47 49 1/16 finals
2005–06 8 34 13 9 12 34 29 48 1/8 finals
2006–07 9 36 15 8 13 42 37 53 1/4 finals
2007–08 20 38 3 11 24 23 58 20 1/32 finals Relegated
2008–09 3rd "B"
(Druha Liha)
3 34 21 7 6 62 29 70 1/32 finals
2009–10 4 26 15 6 5 38 23 51 1/16 finals
2010–11 4 22 10 7 5 32 18 37 1/16 finals
2011–12 6 26 15 3 8 34 19 48 1/8 finals
2012–13 8 24 10 3 11 47 30 33 1/16 finals qualified for Group 4
2 8 5 1 2 16 10 16 Relegation group 4
2013–14 2 36 23 8 5 81 32 77 1/16 finals Promoted
2014–15 2nd
(Persha Liha)
2 30 17 9 4 45 21 60 1/8 finals Promoted
2015–16 1st
(Premier Liha)
8 26 7 8 11 22 31 29 1/4 finals
2016–17 8 22 6 6 10 20 25 24 1/8 finals qualified for Relegation Group
8 3 1 1 1 2 2 4

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