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FC Metalist Kharkiv

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Established
1925 (95 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Metalist Stadium
(41,307 Capacity)

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Location
Kharkiv

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League
Ukrainian First League

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13 Aug 20 FC Metalist  4 - 2  Kremin
07 Aug 20 Obolon-Brovar  3 - 0  FC Metalist
03 Aug 20 FC Metalist  0 - 0  Chornomorets
29 Jul 20 Mykolaiv  3 - 2  FC Metalist
24 Jul 20 FC Metalist  3 - 1  Prykarpattia

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Football Club Metalist Kharkiv (Ukrainian: Футбо́льний Клуб Металі́ст Ха́рків , Russian: Футбо́льный клуб Металли́ст Ха́рьков ) is a Ukrainian and a former Soviet professional football club based in Kharkiv.

It competes in the Ukrainian Premier League, the top football league in the country. Founded in 1925, the team worked its way up the rungs of the Soviet football system, eventually being promoted to the Soviet Top League in 1960. After a difficult period which included relegation, Metalist was promoted to the Top League again in 1982, where it remained until the league's dissolution. The club won the Soviet Cup once, and were also runners-up once. They have also won the bronze title of the Ukrainian Premier League six times in a row, starting in the 2006–07 season.

Team Members
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Márcio
Azevedo



Jose
Sosa




Taison
#7



Marlos
#11


Alejandro
Gomez
#10


Sergei
Tkachyov
#11

= Contract years remaining

Stadium or Home

"Metalist" Oblast Sports Complex (Ukrainian: Обласний спортивний комплекс «Металіст»), commonly known as Metalist Stadium (Ukrainian: Стадіон «Металіст»), is a multi-use stadium in Kharkiv, Ukraine. It is currently used chiefly for football matches and is the home of FC Metalist Kharkiv. The stadium, which was a venue for Euro 2012, currently seats 40,003.

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