New York Ukrainians

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New York Ukrainians
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Full name Ukrainian Sports Club New York
Nickname(s) The Ukrainians
Founded 1947
Stadium McCaren Park
Manager Steve Kovalenko
League Cosmopolitan Soccer League Division 2
2011-12
Website Club website

New York Ukrainians (Ukrainian Sports Club New York, Ukrainian: УСК (Український Спортовий Клуб) (Нью-Йорк), USK (Ukrainskyi Sportovyi Klub) (New York)) is an American soccer club based in New York City. The club was founded by Ukrainians that had been settled in New York after World War II.

History[edit]

The club has had a very storied history, considering it was formed by such the Ukrainian diaspora group. The club was founded in 1947. Throughout its history Ukrainians have hosted friendly international matches with teams such as ACF Fiorentina. The clubs current coach is Steve Kovalenko. Steve has been managing and coaching the team since the 1960s. The squad currently features players from different ethnic backgrounds.

Member of the National Soccer Hall of Fame, Joe Machnik, was on the 1965 team that won the US Open Cup.[1]

Honors[edit]

1965-66, 1966-67[2][3]
1965[4]

References[edit]

Notes
  1. ^ Lewis, Michael (2017-04-11). "Dr Joe Machnik: American soccer's renaissance man". The Guardian. ISSN 0261-3077. Retrieved 2017-08-05. 
  2. ^ "Historical Standings". Cosmopolitan Soccer League. Dec 5, 2012. Retrieved Dec 5, 2012. 
  3. ^ List of champions
  4. ^ USA - List of US Open Cup Finals

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