|Full name||Mykhaylo Ivanovych Fomenko|
|Date of birth||19 September 1948|
|Place of birth||Mala Rybytsia, Sumy Oblast, Ukrainian SSR
|Height||1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)|
|1980–1985||Dynamo Kyiv (as instructor)|
|1987||Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih|
|1990–1991||Al-Rasheed / Iraq|
|2005||Spartak Sumy (vice-president)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
|Olympic medal record|
|Representing Soviet Union|
|1976 Montreal||Team competition|
Mykhaylo Fomenko (Ukrainian: Михайло Іванович Фоменко; born 19 September 1948) is a Ukrainian former association footballer and former head coach of the Ukraine national team. As a player, he was capped 24 times for the Soviet Union, and, as a head coach, became the second ever manager – after Oleh Blokhin – to take Ukraine to an international finals tournament, reaching UEFA Euro 2016.
Fomenko was famous for his coaching in Dynamo Kyiv, winning its first Ukrainian gold medals for the club, first Ukrainian Cup for the club and most notably, defeating Barcelona in the very first leg of the Champions League tournament. Barcelona, under Johan Cruyff and with such star players as Ronald Koeman and Pep Guardiola, ended up to be finalist of that UEFA Champions League season.
After graduating the Higher School of Coaches in Moscow in 1979, Fomenko has coached numerous Ukrainian clubs, most notably Dynamo Kyiv. With Fomenko the club won its first Ukrainian gold medals, first Ukrainian Cup both in 1993 and most notably, beating Barcelona in the very first leg of the Champions League tournament. Barcelona ended up to be finalist of that 39th season of the UEFA Champions League. Before that success, in the end of 1989, he promoted Georgian club Guria Lanchkhuti to the Soviet Top league and in 2001 reached Ukrainian Cup final with CSKA Kyiv what is the best result in club's history.
On 26 December 2012, Fomenko was given a one-year contract – with a possible second-year extension – as head coach of Ukraine national team after the Football Federation of Ukraine had failed to retain Harry Redknapp and Sven-Göran Eriksson for the role. Fomenko coached Ukraine to six 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification wins, coming against Poland (twice), Moldova, Montenegro, San Marino and France, as well as one draw against England.
After placing second in their qualifying group, Ukraine was matched against France in the second round of UEFA qualifiers. Despite winning the first leg 2–0 at home, Ukraine fell 3–0 away to lose 3–2 on aggregate, thus failing to make the 2014 World Cup finals. Despite this, Fomenko indicated he would like to continue is his role and lead Ukraine in its UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying campaign, and on 6 February 2014, the Football Federation of Ukraine announced it had extended his contract until the end of 2015.
Fomenko ultimately led Ukraine to successful qualification to the Euro 2016 finals in France after finishing in third place in its qualifying group, setting up a playoff matchup against Slovenia. Here, Ukraine won 3–1 on aggregate to ensure the nation's spot in France. Fomenko subsequently extended his contract to coach Ukraine up to Euro 2016 until 30 July 2016, though he was promised another extension should Ukraine perform well at Euro 2016. Ukraine, however, had a disastrous tournament, losing two matches against world champions Germany (0–2) and, most shockingly, a loss to Northern Ireland (0–2), sending Ukraine to an early exit. Fomenko will not be extending contract after the tournament.
- Soviet Top League (3): 1974, 1975, 1977
- Soviet Cup (2): 1974, 1978
- UEFA Cup Winners' Cup: 1975
- UEFA Super Cup: 1975
- Runner-up: 1972
- Bronze: 1976
- As of 21 June 2016[update]