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FC Rukh Vynnyky

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Full name  FC Rukh Vynnyky
Chairman  Hryhoriy Kozlovskyi
2016–17  Admitted
League  Ukrainian Second League
Ground Capacity  2,500
Head Coach  Ruslan Mostovyi
Location  Vynnyky, Ukraine
Founded  2003
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Ground  Bohdan Markevich Stadium

FC Rukh Vynnyky is a professional Ukrainian football from Vynnyky, Lviv. The club competes in the 2016–17 Ukrainian Second League.

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History

In 2003 under the initiative Myron Markevych, who was born in Vynnyky, and at the time was head coach of FC Karpaty Lviv established football club called Rukh. When asked why Rukh, Markevych replied that Rukh is life. In June 2003 a children's football school Myron Markevich "Movement" under directorship Yuri Gdansk and trainers Roman Gdansk, Ihor Didyk, Markian Shkraba, Oleh Legana was formed.

In 2009 the Rukh adult soccer team with President Hryhoriy Kozlovsky and head trainer Roman Gdansk was formed. Since the team was located in Vynnyky which is a satellite town of the city of Lviv, so at a time teams participated separately in Lviv Oblast League Championship and in Lviv the teams participated in the championship of the city. The club holds matches at the stadium named after Bohdan Markevich (died 2002, Myron Markevich's father), who was one of the main sponsors of the football club and the Youth Academy, who worked for many years as a junior's coach.

In 2014 the team won the National amateur football championship.

During the 2015 season the club made sensations by signing former Dynamo Kyiv internationals Oleksandr Aliev and Maksim Shatskikh.

The club has been admitted to the PFL and will compete in the 2016–17 Ukrainian Second League.

Honors

  • Ukraine Amateur champion: 2014
  • Ukraine Amateur runners up (2): 2013, 2015
  • Lviv Oblast champion (4): 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
  • Lviv Oblast Super Cup winner: 2013
  • Lviv Oblast Cup (3): 2012, 2014. 2015
  • Squad

    Squad is given according to the Football Professional League's Official website Official website, updated as of 17 January 2017.

    Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

    References

    FC Rukh Vynnyky Wikipedia


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