is a football (soccer) club from Ukraine.
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About Obolon Kyiv
FC Obolon Kyiv is a Ukraine professional Association football club based in Kiev (Obolon Raion). It plays home matches at Obolon Arena. Its home colors are green shirts and white shorts; while its away uniforms are white shirts and green shorts. They also have an all yellow kit as backup. Its main sponsor has been the brewery Obolon CJSC since 1999.
The football club was created 1992 under the name Zmina
. The team changed its name to Zmina-Obolon
in 1993 due to the fact that it was located in the historical locality near Kiev. Later Zmina was dropped leaving only with Obolon
in 1995, and Obolon PPO
in 1997. It adopted its current name on 23 April 2001. In 1995 it received professional status and entered the Ukrainian Second League for the Ukrainian Second League 1995-96 season.
After finishing 3rd in the Ukrainian First League Ukrainian First League 2001-02 season, Obolon
was promoted to the Ukrainian Premier League when that competition expanded to 16 teams for the Ukrainian Premier League 2002–03 season. Obolon
was relegated to the Ukrainian First League after finishing 15th (out of 16) in the 2004–05 season. Until 2002 Obolon played its home games at Zmina Stadium and sometimes at the sport complex of Bilshovyk factory.
In the Ukrainian First League 2008–09 season, Obolon finished second in the Ukrainian First League and were promoted to the Ukrainian Premier League for the Ukrainian Premier League 2009–10 season.
- Ukrainian First League
- - Runners-up (1): 2008–09 Ukrainian First League
- Ukrainian Second League
- - Winners (2): 1998–99 Ukrainian Second League, 2000–01 Ukrainian Second League
Squad is given according to the club's
Out on loan
- Volodymyr Muntyan (2001)
- Petro Slobodian (2002–04)
- Oleksandr Ryabokon (2005)
- Bohdan Blavatskyi (2005–06)
- Petro Slobodian (2006–08)
- Yuriy Maksymov (2008–09)
- Serhiy Kovalets (2010–2011)
- Vasyl Rats (2011; interim)
- Serhiy Konyushenko (2011-)
League and cup history