Professional Football League of Ukraine Under 19
|Promotion to||Ukrainian Premier League (U-19)|
|Current champions||SC Dnipro-1 |
|Most championships||1 – FC Cherkaskyi Dnipro, FC Obolon-Brovar Kyiv, SC Dnipro-1|
|2018–19 Ukrainian First League Reserves|
The Professional Football League of Ukraine Under-19 (Ukrainian: Всеукраїнські змагання з футболу серед команд юніорів (U–19)) is the second tier league for the Ukrainian football reserve team, the parent clubs of which compete in the Ukrainian First League or other lower leagues (teams that do not compete in Premier League U-19).
The League was established in 2016 for the 2016–17 season. This under-19 league competition is a development league and therefore its participants' performance does not result in the team's relegation from the Ukrainian First under-19 League. The relegation occurs only based on their final league position of their respective senior teams in the Ukrainian First League. If the senior team is relegated from the Ukrainian First League, then its reserve team is relegated from the Professional Reserve League and replaced by a reserve team of another newly promoted club from amateur competition.
|Season||Champion||Runner-up||Third place||Location of final of fours|
|2016–17||FC Cherkaskyi Dnipro||FC Lviv||UFC Olimpik Kharkiv||Polyana, Svalyava Raion|
|2017–18||FC Obolon-Brovar Kyiv||FC Cherkaskyi Dnipro||FC Bukovyna Chernivtsi||Chernivtsi|
|2018–19||SC Dnipro-1||FC Avanhard Kramatorsk||FC Kolos Kovalivka||Uman|
- Ukrainian First League
- Ukrainian Premier League Reserves and Under 19
- Ukrainian Youth Football League, main national youth competitions among teenagers in four age categories up to under 17 and divided into two leagues for each age category