Збірна України з футболу

Ukraine national football team

  • Head Coach
  • Mykhailo Fomenko
  • The first international match
  • Ukraine – Hungary – 1:3 (Uzhgorod, Ukraine; 29 April 1992)
  • The biggest win
  • Ukraine – San-Marino – 9:0 (Lviv, Ukraine; 6 September 2013)
  • The biggest defeat
  • Croatia – Ukraine – 4:0 (Zagreb, Croatia; 25 March 1995)
  • Spain – Ukraine – 5:0 (Leipzig, Germany; 14 June 2006)
  • Czech - Ukraine – 4:0 (Prague, Czech; 6 September 2011)
  • The most caps
  • Anatoliy Tymoshchuk - 144 matshes
  • Top scorer
  • Andriy Shevchenko - 48 goals
  • FIFA World Ranking
  • #19 (894 pts)
  • The best ranking #13 (2006)
  • The worst ranking #90 (1993)
  • First colours
  • FormaNEw1 (1)
  • Second colours
  • FormaNEw2 (1)

Mykhailo Fomenko

Head coach
  • Was born 19th of September 1948 in Mala Rybytsia (Sumska oblast, Ukraine)
  • Player’s career
  • Position: defender
  • 1970 − 1971 − FC Zorya Luhansk
  • 1972 − 1978 − FC Dynamo Kyiv
  • Capped 24 times for the USSR National Team
  • 1975 − Winner of Winners Cup UEFA
  • 1975 − Winner of Super Cup of UEFA
  • 1974, 1975, 1977 − Champion of USSR
  • 1974, 1978 − Winner of USSR Cup
  • 1972 − Silver medalist of European Championship
  • 1976 − Bronze medalist of Olympic games
  • Coach’s career
  • 1979 − FC Frunzenets Sumy
  • 1980−1985 − FC Dynamo Kyiv (as instructor)
  • 1985−1986 − FC Desna Chernihiv
  • 1987 − FC Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih
  • 1987−1990 − FC Guria Lanchkhuti
  • 1990−1991− FC Rashid Bagdad / Iraq
  • 1991−1992 − FC Avtomobilist Sumy
  • 1993 − FC Dynamo Kyiv
  • 1994 − FC Veres Rivne
  • 1994 − Guinea
  • 1994−1996 −CSCA-Borysfen Kyiv
  • 1996−2000 − FC Metalist Kharkiv
  • 2000−2001 − CSCA Kyiv
  • 2001−2002 − FC Metalist Kharkiv
  • 2003 − FC Metalurh Zaporizhia
  • 2003−2005 − FC Metalist Kharkiv
  • 2005 − FC Spartak Sumy (vice-president)
  • 2005−2008 − SC Tavriya Simferopol
  • 2010−2011 − FC Salyut Belgorod
  • since 2013 − Ukrainian National Team
  • Achivements
  • 1993 − Winner of Championship and Cup of Ukraine
  • 2001 − Finalist of Ukrainian Cup

Volodymyr Onyshenko

National team coach
  • Born 28 october 1949 in Stechanka, Kyiv region
  • Honored Master of Sports of USSR
  • Player’s career
  • Position: forward
  • «Dynamo» Kyiv (1970 − 1971; 1974-1978)
  • «Zorya» Luhansk (1971-1973)
  • For the National team of USSR played 44 matches, scored 11 goals (1972-1977).
  • Achivements
  • European Cup Winners' Cup owner 1975
  • UEFA SuperCup owner 1975
  • USSR Champion  1971, 1972, 1974, 1975, 1977
  • USSR Cup owner 1974, 1978
  • European Vice-Champion 1972
  • Bronze in Olympic Games 1972, 1976
  •  Coach Career
  • «Dynamo» Bila Tserkva (1990-1991),
  • «Dynamo-2» Kyiv (1992-1994, 1995-1997, 2002-2006),
  • «Dynamo» Kyiv (1995),
  • «Metalurg» Donezk  (1997-1998),
  • Ukrainian National Youth Team (1999-2002),
  • Ukrainian National Team 2013 – till now  (headcoache’s assistant)
  • State Honors
  • Medal  "For Services"  ІІІ grade

Andriy Shevchenko

National team coach
  • Was born on 29th of September 1976 in Dvirkivschyna, Yahotyn district, Kyiv region
  • Player’s carreer
  • Position: forward
  • FC Dynamo, Kyiv(1994 –1999, 2009 – 2012) FC Milan, Italy (1999 – 2006, 2008 – 2009) FC Chelsea, England (2006 – 2008)
  • 111 caps for National team, 48 goals
  • Achievements
  • Ballon d’Or 2004
  • FIFA World Cup 2006 - quarter final
  • UEFA Champions League 2003 - winner
  • UEFA Super Cup 2004 - winner
  • UkrainianChampionship winner - 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999
  • Ukrainian Cup winner - 1996, 1998, 1999
  • Ukrainian Super Cup winner - 2011
  • Italian Serie A winner - 2004
  • Copa Italiawinner - 2003
  • Italian Super Cup winner - 2005
  • FA Cupwinner - 2007
  • English League Cupwinner -2007
  • Coaching career
  • Coach of National team – from 2016

Yuriy Syvukha

National team’s goalkeeper coach 
  • Born 13 January 1958 in Kharkiv
  • Master of Sports of USSR
  • Player’s career
  • Position: goalkeeper
  • «Metalist» Kharkiv(1975-1976, 1979-1988)
  • «Dynamo» Kyiv (1977 − 1978)
  • «Metalurg» Zaporizhya (1989-1994)
  • «Torpedo» Zaporizhya (1994)
  • «Zirka» Kirovograd (1994-1995)
  • Defended the USSR team’s colours in the age from 18 to 20 years (1975-1978), and also to 21 years (1983)
  • Achivements
  • USSR Cup owner 1978, 1988
  • Silver in USSr Championship 1978
  • European Champion U-18 − 1976
  • European Champion U-20 − 1977
  • USSR First League Champion 1981
  • Coach career
  • «Metalist» Kharkiv (1996, 2001 -2004)
  • FC «Vinnytsia» (1997-1999)
  • «Arsenal» Kharkiv (1999 − 2001, 2005)
  • FC «Kharkiv» (2005 -2010)
  • Ukrainian National Team (2013 – till now)
  • In all teams − goalkeeper’s coach.

Serhiy Baranovs'kyy

Team manager of the National team of Ukraine

Vyacheslav Popov

Doctor of of the National team of Ukraine

Vadym Shelmenko

Administrator

Serhiy Slepyshev

Kit manager of the National team of Ukraine

Volodymyr Lazarenko

Research group

Valeriy Savchenko

Cameraman

Oleksandr Glyvynskiy

Press officer of the National team of Ukraine
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