FC Temp Shepetivka
The team was situated in Shepetivka, Ukraine. Temp Shepetivka took part in the first Ukrainian Premier League season in 1992, after being initially chosen to participate for winning the Cup of the Ukrainian SSR among amateur teams in 1991.
Temp Shepetivka took last place in its group that season and was demoted to the Persha Liha as a result. The club later resurfaced for two more seasons, achieving a 9th place in the 1993–94 season of the Ukrainian Premier League.
In 1995 renamed to Temp-ADVIS and moved to Khmelnytskyi. After its relegation to the First League it was renamed to "Ratusha" and played their games in Kamianets-Podilsky. Because of the unsuccessful season the club became defunct.
- Ukrainian Cup
- Winners (1): 1991
League and cup history
Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Domestic Cup Europe Notes 1991 3rd 9 50 19 15 16 64 53 53 Winner I zone (West)
Second League B
Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Domestic Cup Europe Notes 1992 1st 10 18 2 4 12 9 34 8 1/32 finals Group A
1992–93 2nd 2 42 25 8 9 68 48 58 1/8 Promoted 1993–94 1st 9 34 12 8 14 39 38 32 1/8 1994–95 1st 17 34 10 4 20 31 41 34 1/4 three-point system
1995–96 2nd 21 42 6 2 34 14 103 20 Rlegated
- Dzhumber Nishnianidze: the Luzhany club is loved fanatically. Doba website. May 11, 2001
- The team merged with FC Advis Khmelnytskyi and played in Khmelnytskyi.
- The team moved to Kamyanets-Podilskyi. The club changed name to Ratusha at the start of season. The team did not finish the season and folded during the winter break. FC Temp-Advis-2 Shepetivka, the farm club that participated in the second league was disbanded after the few games in that league.
- History of FC Temp Shepetivka. Shepetivka city website. May 13, 2012
- Kuzmiak, L. Recollections about Shepetivka football situation, meeting with Akhat Bragin, and football training in Ukraine, Yuriy Vazhykovych shared with the journalist of "Ukrainian football". Ukrainian football website.
- Yesiunin, S., Malyshev, Yu. When the middle is not gold. Football Federation of Ukraine website. December 1, 2011
- Dzhumber Nishnianidze was mourned at the Lokomotyv Stadium. Shepetivka city website.
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