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Upcoming Events
02 Dec FC Kolos  -  Obolon-Brovar
11 Dec Dynamo Kiev  -  Obolon-Brovar
24 Feb Obolon-Brovar  -  Chornomorets
02 Mar Obolon-Brovar  -  SC Dnipro-1
09 Mar Kryvbas Kryvyi  -  Obolon-Brovar

Latest Results
26 Nov FC Olexandria  P - P  Obolon-Brovar
11 Nov Obolon-Brovar  0 - 1  Vorskla
06 Nov Rukh Lviv  2 - 2  Obolon-Brovar
29 Oct LNZ Cherkasy  3 - 0  Obolon-Brovar
20 Oct Obolon-Brovar  2 - 4  Zorya

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FC Obolon-Brovar Kyiv (Ukrainian: Оболонь-Бровар) is a Ukrainian professional football club based in Kiev (Obolon Raion). Its home colors are green shirts and white shorts; while its away uniforms are white shirts and green shorts. Its main sponsor was the brewery Obolon in 1999-2013. Since 2013 the club is owned by the factory.

The club was reformed in 2013 due to administrative issues and hence the team withdrew from the Professional Football League of Ukraine during the 2012–13 Ukrainian First League season in February 2013. The club restarted from amateur competitions.

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Obolon Arena is a football stadium in the city of Kiev, Ukraine. It is the home ground of football club Obolon Brovar (previously Obolon). The stadium was used by teams of the top national league since 2002.

The stadium has been actively used by the Ukraine national under-21 football team as well. Along with Bannikov training complex, it is one of the main alternative stadiums of the team.

The stadium was opened in October 2002 with a Ukraine Premier League game which saw FC Obolon Kyiv play against Kryvbas.

In late 2006 construction began on the northern stand and the work was completed in the summer of 2008. This stand added 3,000 additional seats.

The record attendance for a match at the ground is 5,300, set on April 3, 2010 in the match between Obolon and Shakhtar Donetsk.

After the main player of the stadium FC Obolon Kyiv dissolved itself in February 2013 the stadium became the playing-ground of the (new) club Obolon Brovar.




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