NB: until 2000 1901 Yuzovka Sports Society [team made up of English workers; Yuzovka now called Donets'k] 1903 LKS Lechia Lwów [disbanded 1939] LKS Czarni Lwów [disbanded 1939] DFC Czernowitz [founded as Jahn Czernowitz; merged 1910 with Czernowitzer TSV to Czernowitzer Turn- und Sportverein Jahn] 1904 LKS Pogon Lwów [disbanded 1939] 1907 Polonia Czernowitz [founded as Sarmaria Czernowitz; merged 1910 with Danubia and IFC to BASK Czernowitz] Dragoş Vodă Cernăuţi [founded as Rumänischer FC Czernowitz] 1908 ZKS Hasmonea Lwów [disbanded 1939] 1909 IFC Czernowitz [merged 1910 with Danubia Czernowitz and Polonia Czernowitz to BASK Czernowitz] Danubia Czernowitz [merged 1910 with IFC Czernowitz and Polonia Czernowitz to BASK Czernowitz] STV Makkabi Czernowitz [founded as Wanderbund Blau-Weiß Czernowitz; disbanded 1940] 1910 BASK Czernowitz [= Bukowinaer Allgemeiner Sport-Klub; aka Societatea Generală de Sport Cernăuţi; merger of Dabubia, IFC and POlonia Czernowitz; disbanded 1928] Czernowitzer TSV Jahn [merger of Jahn Czernowitz and Czernowitzer TSV; disbanded 1940] 1911 FK Skala-Ekran Strij [founded as FK Skala Strij] 1912 Wawel Czerniowce [founded as SK Dorost Sokoly Czernowitz as split from BASK Czernowitz; disbanded 1940] 1918 FK Dnipro Dnipropetrovs'k [founded as Brianskyi Robitnychyi Industrialnyi Tekhnikum Dnipropetrovs'k] 1920 FK Torpedo Zaporizhzhja [founded as FK Sismash Zaporizhzhja] MFK Mykolajiv [founded as FK Metallist Mykolajiv] Dovbuş Cernăuţi [disbanded 1940] 1920? Hakoah Cernăuţi [founded as 1. Jüdischer STV Hakoah Czernowitz; merged 1932 with STV Makkabi Czernowitz] 1922 FK Zirka Kirovohrad [founded as Chervona Zirka Kirovohrad] 1923 FK Zorja Luhans'k [founded as Metalist Luhans'k] FK Dynamo-SKA Odesa [founded as FK Dynamo Odesa; disbanded] 1925 FK Metalist Kharkiv [founded as KhPZ Kharkiv] 1926 FK Stal' Dniprodzerzhins'k [founded as Metalist Dniprodzerzhins'k] FK Dynamo Kharkiv 1927 FK Dynamo Kyiv 1934 FK CSKA Kyiv [founded as UVO Kharkiv] FK Arsenal Kyiv 1935 FK Stal' Alchevs'k FK Metalurh Zaporizhzhja [founded as Stal' Zaporizhzhja] 1936 FK Shakhtar Donets'k [founded as Ugolshchiki Stalino] FK IhroServis Simferopol' [founded as FK Dynamo Simferopol'] FK Chernomorets Odesa [founded as Dynamo Odesa] FK Illichivets Mariupol' [founded as Stal' Mariupol'] PFK Sevastopol' [founded as Sudostroitel Sevastopol'] 1937 FS Jahn Czernowitz [split of the soccer department from Czernowitzer Turn- und Sportverein Jahn; disbanded 1940] 1940 FK Prykarpattja Ivano-Frankivs'k [founded as Spartak Ivanovo-Frankivs'k] 1944 FK Odesa 1946 OSK Zakarpattja Uzhhorod [founded as Spartak Uzhhorod] FK Enerhetyk Burshtyn 1947 FK Dnister Ovidiopol' [founded as Dzerzhinets' Ovidiopol'] 1949 FK Bukovyna Chernivtsi [founded as FK Burevestnik Chernivtsi] FK CSKA L'viv [disbanded] 1950 FK Metalurh Nikopol' 1955 FK Dnipro Cherkasi [founded as FK Burevestnik Cherkasi] 1951 FK Dynamo Khmel'nyts'kyj FK Khimik Krasnoperekops'k [disbanded 2008] 1955 FK Vorskla Poltava [founded as KoIhospnyk Poltava] 1956 FK Sevastopol' 1957 FK Veres Rivne [founded as FK Kolgospnik Rivne] 1958 FK Tavrija Simferopol' [founded as FK Avanhard Simferopol'] FK Nyva Vinnytsja [founded as FK Lokomotiv Vinnytsja] 1959 FK Kremin Kremenchuk [founded as FK Torpedo Krementschuk] FK Nyva Ternopil' [founded as FK Avanhard Ternopil'] FK Kryvbas Kryvyj Rih [founded as Avanhard Kryvyj Rih] FK Polissja Zhitomir [founded as FK Avanhard Zhitomir; disbanded 2005] 1960 FK Volyn' Luts'k FK Desna Chernihiv [founded as Avanhard Cherrnihiv] FK Frunzenets-Liha 99 Sumy [founded as FK Avanhard Sumy; merged 2002 with FK Sumy] 1961 FK Kristal Kherson [founded as Mayak Kherson] 1963 FK Karpaty L'viv 1969 FK Tytan Armjans'k [founded as FK Stroitel Armjans'k] 1980 FK Naftovyk-Ukrnafta Okhtyrka [founded as FK Naftovyk Okhtyrka] 1983 FK Ros' Bila Tserkva [founded as FK Dynamo Irpen] 1989 FK Hirnyk-Sport Komsomol's'k [founded as FK Lokomotiv Komsomol's'k] 1990 FK Temp Shepetovka PFK Oleksandrija [founded as FK Poligraftekhnika Oleksandrija] 1991 SK OLKOM Melitopol' [founded as Torpedo Melitopol'] 1992 FK Sumy [founded as FK Yavir Krasnopilja; disbanded 2006] FK Obolon Kyiv [founded as FK Zmina Kyiv] FK Fakel Varva FK Metalurh Donets'k FK L'viv 1993 FK Borysfen Boryspil' [founded as Nyva-Borysfen Boryspil'] 1997 FK Naftovyk Dolyna 1998 FK Kharkiv [founded as Arsenal Kharkiv] 1999 FK Krymteplytsja Molodizhne FK Palmira Odesa [founded as FK Lasunja Odesa] 2000 FK Krasyliv [merged 2004 with Podillja Khmel'nyts'kyj] FK Olympik Kirivohrad FK Feniks-Illichovets Kalinino [founded as FK Kalinino]
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Author: Hans Schöggl
Last updated: 22 Jan 2015
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