|Full name||Oleh Petrovych Bazylevych|
|Date of birth||6 July 1938|
|Place of birth||Kiev, Soviet Union|
|1974–1976||Dynamo Kyiv and USSR (1975–1976)|
|1985||Ukraine junior team|
|1997||Al Kuwait Kaifan|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Oleh Petrovych Bazylevych (Russian: Олег Петрович Базилевич) (born 6 July 1938 in Kiev, Soviet Union, now Ukraine) is a retired Ukrainian footballer, football (soccer) coach, and sport administrator. He holds titles of the Master of Sports of the USSR, Merited Coach of the Soviet Union, and Merited Coach of Ukraine.
Following his playing career, Bazylevych became a manager. He was fired from the position of the head coach of the Ukraine main team in 1994 when his team managed to lose at home to Lithuania 0:2 in its first game of official competitions. From 1998 to 2001 lead the FFU Committee that worked with national teams.
- Champion USSR: 1961 (player), 1974, 1975 (coach)
- Silver medals of USSR Championship: 1960, 1965 (player)
- Soviet Cup: 1964 (player), 1974 (coach)
- Cup Winners' Cup: 1975 (coach)
- UEFA Super Cup: 1975 (coach)
- Olympics bronze medal: 1976 (coach)
- "Bazilevich Oleg Petrovich". KLISF. Retrieved 2009-08-28.
- Career overview at FFU official web-site (Ukrainian)
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