MFC Mykolaiv

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MFK Mykolaiv
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Full name MFC Mykolaiv
Nickname(s) Shipbuilders
Founded 1920
Ground Tsentralnyi Stadion
Ground Capacity 15,600[1]
Chairman Ukraine Mykola Marchenko
Head Coach Ukraine Ruslan Zabranskyi
League Ukrainian First League
2015–16 7th

MFС Mykolaiv (Municipal Football Club "Mykolaiv", Ukrainian: Муніципальний футбольний клуб "Миколаїв") is a Ukrainian football club based in Mykolaiv.

Description[edit]

Names[edit]

  • 1920-1922 Naval Factory
  • 1922-1926 Marti-Badin Factory
  • 1926-1926 Metalisty Mykolaiv
  • 1927-1928 Raikom Metalistiv
  • 1929-1935 Marti Factory
  • 1936-1940 Sudnobudivnyk Mykolaiv
  • 1941-1944 Nazi Germany occupation of Ukraine
  • 1944-1949 Sudnobudivnyk Mykolaiv
  • 1951-1952 Mykolaiv City
  • 1953-1959 Avanhard Mykolaiv
  • 1960-1965 Sudnobudivnyk Mykolaiv
  • 1966-1966 Budivelnyk Mykolaiv
  • 1967-1991 Sudnobudivnyk Mykolaiv
  • 1992-1994 Evis Mykolaiv
  • 1994-2002 SC Mykolaiv
  • 2002- MFC Mykolaiv

History[edit]

The club was founded in 1920 under the name Sudostroitel (Sudnobudivnyk) Mykolaiv. It is the oldest continuously playing club in the country that competes on the professional level.

Throughout the Soviet times and until the 1990s it mostly played under the name of Sudnobudivnyk meaning Shipbuilder associated with the Black Sea Shipyard.

MFC Mykolaiv took part in the first Ukrainian Premier League season in 1992 under the name FC Evis Mykolaiv, after being initially chosen to participate for being one of the top 9 (of 11) Ukrainian teams from the West Division of the Soviet Second League 1991. The club is one of the holders of the unfortunate distinction as being the team to be demoted three times from the Ukrainian Premier League.

MFС Mykolaiv's best achievement in the Ukrainian Premier League was 13th place (in 1994–95). From 1994, the club was known as SC Mykolaiv, FC Mykolaiv since 2000, and MFC Mykolaiv since 2006.

MFC Mykolaiv became insolvent and ceased to exist after the City Administration of Mykolaiv informed the PFL that the team would not be competing in the 2008/09 Persha Liha season. The team then requested re-admittance to the PFL, but it was too late as the calendar was already set up. The PFL allowed the club to compete in the Druha Liha, but only in the next season. The administration of the FC Dynamo Kyiv extended its helping hand by withdrawing its junior team Dynamo-3 from the Second League and, thus, for Mykolaiv to be placed instead of it.

MFC Mykolaiv reached 1st place in Druha Liha group A in 2010–11 season and was promoted to Persha Liha.

Colours are blue and white hooped shirts, white shorts.

Honors[edit]

1997/98 Champions
2005/06 Group B Champions
2010/11 Group A Champions

Runners-Up

1993/94

League and cup history[edit]

Information since Ukrainian Independence

Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Domestic Cup Europe Notes
1992 1st "A" 9 18 3 4 11 12 29 10 1/32 finals Relegated
1992–93 2nd 7 42 18 11 13 60 39 47 1/16 finals
1993–94 2nd 2 38 25 6 7 76 32 56 1/16 finals Promoted
1994–95 1st 13 34 11 5 18 33 59 38 1/32 finals
1995–96 1st 16 34 10 8 16 37 53 38 1/32 finals Relegated
1996–97 2nd 7 46 21 12 13 66 37 75 1/32 finals
1997–98 2nd 1 42 31 5 6 94 31 98 1/16 finals Promoted
1998–99 1st 16 30 2 6 22 18 67 12 1/8 finals Relegated
1999-00 2nd 6 34 15 7 12 40 38 52 1/16 finals
2000–01 2nd 4 34 17 8 9 41 30 59 1/16 finals
2001–02 2nd 10 34 12 10 12 37 44 46 4th round
2002–03 2nd 5 34 15 7 12 30 37 52 1/16 finals
2003–04 2nd 12 34 11 9 14 31 31 42 1/16 finals
2004–05 2nd 17 34 8 7 19 15 40 31 1/16 finals Relegated
2005–06 3rd "A" 1 28 22 3 3 56 11 69 1/32 finals Promoted
2006–07 2nd 13 36 12 10 14 33 40 46 1/32 finals
2007–08 2nd 10 38 13 13 12 33 27 52 1/16 finals Relegated[2]
2008–09 3rd "A" 11 32 11 10 11 28 27 43 Did not enter
2009–10 3rd "A" 4 20 11 6 3 30 13 39 1/16 finals
2010–11 3rd "A" 1 22 15 3 4 29 12 48 1/32 finals Promoted
2011–12 2nd 16 34 9 4 21 33 51 28 -3[3]
2012–13 2nd 6 34 16 9 9 45 41 54 1/32 finals -3[4]
2013–14 2nd 16[5] 30 9 4 17 34 49 31 1/8 finals
2014–15 2nd 14 30 6 6 18 34 67 24 1/16 finals
2015–16 2nd 7 30 13 8 9 34 27 44 1/8 finals -3[6]
2016–17 2nd 1/2 finals

Current squad[edit]

As of 6 August 2016[7] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
5 Ukraine MF Artem Bezsalov
7 Ukraine FW Viktor Berko
8 Ukraine DF Yevhen Santrapinskykh
10 Ukraine MF Vahe Sarkisyan
13 Ukraine MF Yuriy Batyushin
16 Ukraine GK Oleksiy Mayboroda
17 Ukraine MF Dmytro Koshelyuk
18 Ukraine DF Vitaliy Momot
19 Ukraine MF Anton Mukhovykov
21 Ukraine MF Serhiy Hvozdevych
No. Position Player
23 Ukraine MF Andriy Kovalyov
25 Ukraine GK Amir Ahalarov
26 Ukraine FW Ivan Morozov
29 Ukraine DF Vitaliy Pavlov
32 Ukraine MF Yuriy Bulychev
36 Ukraine MF Oleh Solovey
51 Ukraine GK Roman Chumak
69 Ukraine DF Dmytro Sartina
70 Ukraine DF Dmytro Nazarenko
78 Ukraine MF Valeriy Rohozynsky
97 Ukraine FW Yevhen Vitenko

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Stadium at MFC Mykolaiv website
  2. ^ Club announced dissolvement 2 July 2008. PFL proceeded to remove the club from the professional ranks. The club under pressure from local civil sources reapplies and the PFL grants the club reinstatement in the Druha Liha Group A for the 2008–09 season at the expense of FC Dynamo-3 Kyiv who withdrew to allow the League to have 18 teams.
  3. ^ The club were deducted 3 points for failure of payments of financial obligations ordered by the PFL. (31 May 2012) ПРОТОКОЛ № 30 (28 вересня 2011 року) [PFL Disciplinary committee decision- Meeting minutes № 30] (PDF) (in Ukrainian). PFL. 31 May 2012. Retrieved 10 June 2013. 
  4. ^ The club was given one month by the PFL to pay their league dues. The club failed to pay the dues in time and were deducted 3 points. (21 August 2012)ПРОТОКОЛ № 2 (26 липня 2012 року) [PFL Disciplinary committee decision- Meeting minutes № 2] (PDF) (in Ukrainian). PFL. 26 July 2012. Retrieved 10 June 2013. 
  5. ^ The club finished last in the competition.
    However, relegation to the Ukrainian Second League was canceled. The Central Council of Professional Football League of Ukraine considered the force majeure circumstances that were created due to war conditions in Kramatorsk as the reason for the cancellation. With the goal to preserve the maximum integrity of the League, considering that a direct threat to the life of footballers, coaching staff, and club's administration, those games, that were to be conducted with participation of Avanhard Kramatorsk to the end of the season, were recognized that they were not going to take place because of those unforeseen events.
    Прийнято Постанову Центральної Ради щодо ситуації у Краматорську [Adopted decision of the Central Council about the situation in Kramatorsk]. Professional Football League of Ukraine (in Ukrainian). 21 May 2014. Archived from the original on 22 May 2014. Retrieved 21 May 2014. 
  6. ^ The Control Disciplinary Committee of the Football Federation of Ukraine deducted three points and fined the club for match fixing during the 2014–15 season. (2 September 2015)
    (Ukrainian) "Апеляція Миколаєва, Ниви і Тернополя щодо зняття очок відхилена" [Mykolaiv, Ternopil, Nyva points deducted appeal rejected]. ua-football.com. 22 March 2016. Retrieved 24 March 2016. 
  7. ^ http://mfc.mk.ua/index.php/team/players

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