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Volyn Lutsk

Volyn Lutsk is a football (soccer) club from Ukraine.

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About Volyn Lutsk

FC Volyn Lutsk is a professional Ukraine association football team in the Ukrainian Premier League.


The Lutsk club was formed in 1960 initially as Avanhard, after the Soviet sports club, but before the start of competitions the name was changed to Volyn. Right from its establishment the club entered the Soviet professional competitions at the third division. In 1968 the club was changed its sponsor to the Lutsk Machinebuilding Factory and its name to Torpedo. However in 1971 the club became insolvent. In 1977 the club was reanimated once again as Torpedo and entered the competitions of the Soviet third division where it continued to participate to the fall of the Soviet regime. On January 30, 1989 in place of Torpedo there was established a professional football club Volyn. The club took part in the Ukrainian Premier League from its first championship in Ukrainian Premier League 1992. They were later sent down to Persha Liha after the Ukrainian Premier League 1995-96 season. They later resurfaced into the Ukrainian Premier League in the Ukrainian Premier League 2002-03 season, but they were relegated from the Ukrainian Premier League after taking 15th place in the Ukrainian Premier League 2005-06 season. The team was promoted back to the Ukrainian Premier League for the
2010–11 Ukrainian Premier League season.

Their home stadium is Avanhard Stadium (Lutsk).

Colours are (Home) light red shirt, deep red shorts;
(Away) white shirt with light red collar and upper sleeve, white shorts.

Team names


Volyn's biggest rival today is FC Karpaty Lviv. The match between is called the Галицько-Волинське дербі. The stadiums in Lutsk and Lviv are nearly full for matches between the two teams. This derbys are the main football events in western Ukraine.


Squad is given according to the club's Official website

Notable players

Had international caps for their respective countries. Players whose name is listed in bold represented their countries while playing for Volyn Lutsk.

- Samir Aliyev
- Kamal Quliyev
- Branislav Krunić
- Taavi Rähn
- Raimonds Laizāns
- Armands Zeiberliņš
- Miodrag Džudović
- Michael Chidi Alozi
- Harrison Omoko

- Radosław Cierzniak
- Sorin Paraschiv
- Papa Gueye
- Marko Dević
- Aleksandar Trišović
- Semen Altman
- Yuriy Dudnyk
- Yevhen Khacheridi
- Serhiy Kovalets
- Valeriy Kriventsov

- Roman Maksymyuk
- Myron Markevych
- Serhiy Nahornyak
- Oleksandr Pyschur
- Vasyl Sachko
- Dmytro Topchiyev
- Anatoliy Tymoshchuk
- Vladyslav Vashchuk
- Mykola Havrylyuk (1960)
- Yevhen Horbunov (1961)
- Volodymyr Yeremeyev (1962–64)
- Dmytro Alimov (1965)
- Yuriy Holovey (1965–68)
- Borys Voloschuk (1968–69)
- Mykhaylo Rybak (1972–73)
- Ernest Kesler (1973–76)
- Volodymyr Baysarovych (1977–78)
- Yevhen Pyestov (1979)
- Vyacheslav Pershyn (1980–83)
- Myron Markevych (1984–87, 1991–92)
- Yuriy Dyachuk-Stavytskyi (1996)
- Anatoliy Radenko (1996–97)
- Yuriy Shulyatytskyi (1998–99)
- Oleksiy Yeschenko (1997, 1999–00)
- Vitaliy Kvartsyanyi (1988–90, 1994–96, 2001–)

- - Winners (1): 2001–02 Ukrainian First League

League and cup history


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