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Established
1991 (33 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Olimpiyskiy National Sports Complex
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Location
Kyiv, Ukraine

Nicknames
Головна команда (The Main Team)

Competitions
UEFA European Championships
FIFA World Cup
UEFA Nations League
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21/03 Bosnia-Herze - Ukraine
07/09 Ukraine - Albania
10/09 Czech Republ - Ukraine
11/10 Ukraine - Georgia
14/10 Ukraine - Czech Republ

Results
20/11 Ukraine 0 - 0 Italy
17/10 Malta 1 - 3 Ukraine
14/10 Ukraine 2 - 0 North Macedo
14/10 Ukraine 2 - 0 North Macedo
12/09 Italy 2 - 1 Ukraine

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The Ukraine national football team (Ukrainian: збірна України з футболу) represents Ukraine in men's international football competitions and it is governed by the Ukrainian Association of Football, the governing body for football in Ukraine. Ukraine's home ground is the Olimpiyskiy Stadium in Kyiv. The team is a full member of FIFA since 1992 and also a member UEFA since 1992

After Ukrainian Independence and the country's breakaway from the Soviet Union, they played their first match against Hungary on 29 April 1992. The team's biggest success on the world stage was reaching the quarter-finals in the 2006 FIFA World Cup, which also marked the team's debut in the finals of a major championship.

As the host nation, Ukraine automatically qualified for UEFA Euro 2012. Four years later, Ukraine qualified for Euro 2016 via the play-off route, the first time qualifying for a UEFA European Championship via the qualifying process, as they finished in third place in their qualifying group. This marked the first time in Ukraine's five play-off appearances that it managed to win such a tie, previously having been unsuccessful in the play-off ties for the Euro 2000, 2002 World Cup, 2010 World Cup and 2014 World Cup.

Ukraine is seen as a specific case of being a successful youth football power in Europe and the world, yet fails to deliver the same taste at senior stage. The U-20 team of Ukraine has been the current reigning world champions at the FIFA U-20 World Cup, while the U-21 team had won silver medal in the 2006 UEFA European Under-21 Championship; however in spite of this rich record in youth stage, the senior side didn't achieve the same level of achievement. While Ukrainian senior side managed to enter to quarter-finals of 2006 FIFA World Cup, the team had failed in Euro 2012 and 2016, and never returned to World Cup since.

Team Members


10

Marlos





Besedin





Bezus





Bushchan





Dovbyk



20

Karavaev



27

Kryvtsov



8

Makarenko



18

Malinovskyi



22

Matviyenko



19

Mykolenko



76

Pikhalyonok



4

Popov



30

Pyatov



10

Shaparenko



14

Sikan



77

Sobol



6

Stepanenko



10

Sudakov



5

Sydorchuk



81

Trubin



8

Tsygankov





Tymchyk



17

Yaremchuk



7

Yarmolenko



27

Zabarnyi



35

Zinchenko





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Stadium or Home

The Olympic National Sports Complex (also known as Olympic Stadium; Ukrainian: Національний спортивний комплекс "Олімпійський") is a multi-use sports and recreation facility in Kiev, Ukraine, located on the slopes of the city's central Cherepanova Hora (Cherepanov Hill), Pechersk Raion. The stadium is the premier sports venue in Ukraine and the second largest in Eastern Europe after Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium. The complex beside its stadium also features several other sports facilities and is designed to host the Olympic Games (the stadium hosted some football matches at the 1980 Summer Olympics).

Following extensive renovation works, including the construction of a new roof, the stadium was reopened on 9 October 2011 with a performance by Shakira and had its international inauguration with a 3–3 friendly draw by Ukraine against Germany on 11 November 2011. It hosted the final of Euro 2012 and the 2018 UEFA Champions League Final.

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