NK Veres Rivne

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NK Veres Rivne
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Full name Narodnyy Klub(Peoples Club) Veres Rivne
Founded 1957
Ground Arena Lviv
Ground Capacity 34,915
Owner FC Veres-Rivne LLC
Chairman Oleksiy Khakhlyov
Manager Yuriy Virt
League Ukrainian Premier League
2016–17 Ukrainian First League, 3rd (promoted)
Website Club website
Current season

NK Veres Rivne is a Ukrainian football club based in Rivne. The team ran into financial difficulties after the winter break of the 2010–11 season and was removed from the PFL (1st league).[1] From 1992–1995, Veres Rivne took part in the Ukrainian Premier League, and achieved their best result of 12th place in 1993–94. In that season they also reached the semifinals of Ukrainian Cup. Their home stadium is "Avanhard".

The uniform includes home Red shirt Black shorts and away all Black.

History[edit]

Team was founded in 1957 as Kolhospnyk (collective farm worker).The team debuted in the 1958 season in the Class B Third Zone and Placed 14th of the 16 teams the participated.In all the team played 13 seasons in Class B. The best results came in the 1968 and 1969 seasons where the team placed 7th. In 1966, it changed its name to Horyn after the river that flows in Volhynia.

After the reorganization of the Championship of USSR in 1971 Horyn started playing Second League of the Ukrainian Zone and played there until the fall of the Soviet Union. In 1972, the club became part of all Ukrainian Avanhard voluntary sports society and changed its name to Avanhard. In the first season in the Second League of the Ukrainian Zone Avanhard placed 26th. Starting in the late 1970s Avangard started progressing and in 1981 under the management of two famous Dynamo Kyiv players Viktor Matvienko and Volodymyr Troshkin Avanhard got 3rd place. Nine years later under the management of Viktor Pokora Avanhard placed 3rd again.

During the fall of the Soviet Union it changed its name again to Veres (heather) and was placed in the Ukrainian First League. In the same season Veres placed first and was promoted to the Vyshcha Liha. In the first season in Vyshcha Liha Veres placed last but wasn't relegated because the league was expanded. The next season was the most successful season in the clubs history the team was 4th after the end of the first have of the season beating teams like FC Dnipro, FC Metalist, FC Shakhtar and knocking FC Dynamo Kyiv out of the Ukrainian Cup and reaching the semi final. But after the start of the second half Veres only could manage to finish 12th. After that Veres started its downfall and in the 1994–95 season were relegated. Only after 2 season in the Ukrainian First League Veres got relegated to the Ukrainian Second League and stayed there until their bankruptcy in 2011.

Revival in 2015[edit]

In 2015, it was reinstated with the help of chairman of the regional football federation. It is the first club in Ukraine to have club membership and as of May 21 has over 3,500 members. In the 2015–16 Ukrainian Second League season Veres finished in second place and was promoted to the Ukrainian First League. After the end of the 2015–16 Ukrainian Second League season the club was reorganized and the FC VERES-RIVNE LLC was founded by the Public Union "Rivne Football Club Veres Rivne" and Lvivskyi Kholodokombinat PAT with the letter becoming the majority holder with 61% stake. The Company was founded to manage the club. Lvivskyi Kholodikombinat PAT will cover the budget costs which will be approximately 15 million hryvnia for the 2016–17 Ukrainian First League season. The goal for the season is set to achieve promotion to the Ukrainian Premier League

Team names[edit]

Year Name
1958–66 Kolhospnyk
1966–72 Horyn
1972–90 Avanhard
1991– Veres

Sponsors[edit]

Honors[edit]

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 20 October 2017[2][3]

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 Dmytro Fastov
3 Ukraine DF Volodymyr Adamyuk
5 Ukraine MF Valeriy Kucherov
7 Ukraine FW Ruslan Stepanyuk
8 Ukraine DF Serhiy Siminin
9 Ukraine FW Mykhaylo Serhiychuk
10 Ukraine MF Yevhen Morozenko
11 Ukraine MF Serhiy Hryn (on loan from Shakhtar)
13 Ukraine DF Volodymyr Domnitsak
16 Ukraine FW Vasyl Palahnyuk
17 Ukraine MF Anton Kotlyar
No. Position Player
19 Spain MF Edgar Caparrós
22 Ukraine MF Rostyslav Voloshynovych
31 Ukraine GK Oleksandr Bandura
32 Ukraine DF Mykola Ischenko
33 Ukraine DF Serhiy Borzenko (captain)
41 Ukraine MF Hennadiy Pasich
42 Ukraine MF Yevhen Pasich
43 Ukraine DF Artur Zapadnya
47 Ukraine GK Bohdan Kohut
77 Ukraine DF Vasyl Kobin
91 Ukraine MF Roman Karasyuk

Coaches and administration[edit]

Administration[4] Coaching[5] (senior team) Coaching[5] (U-21 team)
  • Coordination Council
  • President – Oleksiy Khakhlyov
  • General director – Yuriy Kasianchuk

Coaches[edit]

League and cup history[edit]

 Soviet Union /  Ukrainian SSR
Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Ukrainian Cup Other Notes
Avangard / Avanhard Rovno
1987 3rd 14 52 19 14 19 50 53 52
1988 3rd 14 50 21 8 21 52 56 50
1989 3rd 19 52 14 17 21 39 41 45 Relegated
1990 3rd (lower) 3 36 21 11 4 53 27 53 18 finals
1991 3rd (lower) 4 50 28 13 9 67 38 69 Finalist
 Ukraine
Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Domestic Cup Europe Notes
Veres Rivne
1992 2nd "A" 1 26 14 8 4 38 15 36 1/32 finals Promoted
1992–93 1st 16 30 9 6 15 29 42 24 1/8 finals
1993–94 1st 12 34 10 12 12 32 36 32 1/2 finals
1994–95 1st 18 34 8 7 19 28 63 31 1/8 finals Relegated
1995–96 2nd 16 42 15 9 18 39 49 54 1/32 finals
1996–97 2nd 23 46 9 6 26 36 79 42 1/32 finals 2nd Stage Relegated
1997–98 3rd "A" 4 34 14 10 10 42 33 52 1/64 finals
1998–99 3rd "A" 13 28 6 3 19 13 50 15 1/128 finals [6]
1999-00 3rd "A" 14 30 7 7 16 32 51 28 Did not enter
2000–01 3rd "A" 12 30 7 6 17 26 52 27 1/32 finals Second League Cup[7]
2001–02 3rd "A" 6 36 18 10 8 41 23 64 1st round
2002–03 3rd "A" 7 28 11 3 14 28 39 36 1/32 finals
2003–04 3rd "A" 10 30 9 8 13 32 43 35 1/16 finals
2004–05 3rd "A" 11 28 9 6 13 35 38 33 1/32 finals
2005–06 3rd "A" 7 28 12 6 10 33 40 42 1/8 finals
2006–07 3rd "A" 13 28 5 7 16 24 44 22 1/32 finals
2007–08 3rd "A" 14 30 7 8 15 25 44 29 Did not enter
2008–09 3rd "A" 13 32 11 6 15 24 32 39 1/64 finals
2009–10 3rd "A" 9 20 4 4 12 16 41 16 1/32 finals
2010–11 3rd "A" 12 22 0 0 22 4 51 −3 1/64 finals −3[8] – Expelled[1]
2011–15 Club idle
2015–16 3rd 2 26 16 4 6 41 24 52 1/32 finals Promoted
2016–17 2nd 3 34 20 7 7 62 32 67 1/8 finals Promoted[9]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ a b Expelled from the PFL due to their financial situation. (April 29, 2011) "ФК "Верес" Рівне знято зі змагань (Veres Rivne expelled from the PFL)" (in Ukrainian). PFL. April 29, 2011. Retrieved April 29, 2011. 
  2. ^ http://veres.club/team/hravtsi
  3. ^ Team squad – Ukrainian Premier League website
  4. ^ http://veres.club/nk/kerivni-orhani
  5. ^ a b http://veres.club/team/trenerskiy-shtab
  6. ^ PFL deducted 6 points for failure to pay all license fees
  7. ^ Technical defeat for forfeit against Dynamo-3 Kyiv
  8. ^ Deducted 3 points by the PFL on February 9, 2011 due to failure of payment of league dues. "ДК ПФЛ позбавив шість клубів по 3 очки (Disciplinary Committee deducts 3 points from 6 clubs)" (in Ukrainian). ua-football.com. March 10, 2011. Retrieved June 4, 2011. 
  9. ^ Club was promoted after the Ukrainian Premier League denied Desna Chernihiv who finished in second place a licence to participate in the league, indicating that the club was not able to guarantee for an adequate financing of their infrastructure.
    (in Ukrainian)"Офіційно: Верес виступатиме в УПЛ замість Десни" [Official: Veres will participate in the UPL instead of Desna]. ua-football.com (in Ukrainian). UA-Football. 2 June 2017. Retrieved 3 June 2017. 

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