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FC CSKA Kyiv

CSCA Kyiv
Club Crest
Full name FC Central Sports Club of the Army Kyiv
Nickname(s) "Armymen", "Cadets" (in Soviet times)
Founded 1934 (UVO Kharkov)
1934 (DO Kiev)
1947 (ODO Kiev)
1957 (OSK Kiev)
1957 (SKVO Kiev)
1960 (SKA Kiev)
1971 (SK Chernigov)
1976 (SKA Kiev)
1992 (FC ZS-Oriyana Kyiv)
1993 (FC CSC ZSU Kyiv)
1994 (FC CSCA Kyiv)
1995 (FC CSCA-2 Kyiv)
2001 (FC CSCA Kyiv)
Dissolved 2009
Ground CSK ZSU Stadium, Kiev
Ground Capacity 12,000
Owner SK Army (1934-1992)
Central Sports Club of Armed Forces of Ukraine (CSC ZSU) (1992-2001)
unknown (2001-2009)
League Kiev Amateur Championship
Departments of CSK ZSUkraine
Football Basketball Handball

FC CSCA Kyiv (Ukrainian: "ЦСКА Київ") is a Ukrainian association football club, until 2001 of the Central Sports Club of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, which is government sponsored by the Ministry of Defense.

After reorganization in 2001 the football section "FC CSCA Kyiv" was privately sponsored until 2009 when it withdrew from the professional league 4 September 2009 due to lack of financial support.[1]

Contents

  • History 1
    • SKA Kiev (1934-1992) 1.1
    • CSCA Kyiv (1992-1994) 1.2
    • Second team of CSCA-Borysfen & Arsenal (1994–2009) 1.3
    • CSKA Kyiv 1.4
    • Reformation as an amateur club (2013-present) 1.5
  • Honours 2
    • SKA Kiev 2.1
    • CSKA-Borysfen 2.2
  • League and cup history (Soviet Union) 3
    • SKA Kiev 3.1
    • SK Chernihiv 3.2
    • SKA Kiev 3.3
  • League and cup history (Ukraine) 4
    • CSCA Kyiv (CSCA-2 Kyiv) 4.1
    • CSKA (Arsenal predecessor) 4.2
  • European competitions 5
  • Football Kits and Sponsors 6
  • Owners 7
  • Notes and references 8
  • Notable players 9
  • See also 10
  • External links 11

History

SKA Kiev (1934-1992)

The football team has originally founded in 1934 in Kharkiv as part of the Soviet Officers' Club (later CSKA) receiving the name UVO Kharkov (Ukrainian Military District - Kharkov). During the Soviet regime the team was part of the Soviet Armed Forces sports society. At the end of 1934 the team was transferred to Kiev during the transfer of republican capital. Its name has changed to DO Kiev (Officers' Club - Kiev). In 1947–1956 the team was called ODО Kiev (District Officers' Club - Kiev) and in 1952, under this name, the team reached the semifinal stage of the Soviet National Cup. In 1957 the team played under the name ОSK Kiev (District Sports Club - Kiev). The year of 1957 is considered the official year of establishment of CSK ZSU. In 1957–1959 the Kievan army men football team was called SKVО Kiev (Sports Club Military District - Kiev) and in 1960–1971 – SKA Kiev (Sports Club of Army - Kiev). In 1972 the team moved to Chernihiv and changed its name to SK Chernigov and had moved back to Kiev in 1976 as SKА. In 1981–1982, the team had its last Soviet First League stint at the second level of Soviet football.

CSCA Kyiv (1992-1994)

FC CSKA Kyiv was created in place of the Soviet football team SKA Kiev on December 15, 1992 during the reorganization of the Ukrainian military. Its first season in 1992 the club finished under its old name SKA Kiev which was changed during the summer of 1992 to ZS - Oriana (abbr. Armed Forces - Oriana). In 1993 team changed its name to ZS – Oriana (Armed Forces – Oriana) and then to CSK ZSU (Central Sport Club of Armed Forces of Ukraine). The highest place it reached in the Ukrainian championships was the fifth in the First League.

Second team of CSCA-Borysfen & Arsenal (1994–2009)

In 1994 FC CSCA Kyiv while being in the Third League was promoted to the Second League. Borysfen Boryspil that was playing in the 1994–95 Ukrainian First League in the mid-season merged with the Central Sports Club of the Armed Forces of Ukraine under the name FC CSKA-Borysfen Kyiv. At that time the Central Sports Club of the Armed Forces of Ukraine obtained two professional teams, one in the Ukrainian First League, while the other in the Ukrainian Second League. FC CSCA Kyiv was kept as the Borysfen's second team in the Second League. In 1995 FC CSKA-Borysfen Kyiv was promoted to the Ukrainian Higher League.

  • Upon conclusion of the 1995-96 Ukrainian Premier League season Borysfen was omitted from the name and the reserve team, which coincidentally gained promotion to the First League now, automatically became CSCA-2 Kyiv. In 1997 Boryspil team was restored first on the Amateur Level and then gaining professional status once again.

In 2001, the Central Sports Club of the Armed Forces of Ukraine sold the club. The first team was bought by the Kievan municipal administration and reformed into the new Kievan club "FC Arsenal Kyiv". In turn, the second team was sold to another owner and reverted to the name of CSCA Kyiv continuing to play in the Ukrainian First League.

CSKA Kyiv

Since 2001 FC CSKA Kyiv played in the Ukrainian First League until 2008 when it was relegated to the Ukrainian Second League.

In 2009 FC CSCA Kyiv went bankrupt and the club disappeared from football.

Emblem
CSCA Kyiv

Reformation as an amateur club (2013-present)

CSCA was only absent from football for 4 years. In 2013, the amateur football team Atlant Kiev and the public organization "CSKA of Ukraine" established an amateur football club called CSKA Kyiv.[2] Since 2013, the football team CSKA plays among amateur teams in the Premier Division of the Kiev Region Championship Football League .

In 2015 CSKA Kyiv led by Viktor Ishchenko applied for the Makarov Memorial tournament.[3] The new CSKA team will be represented by the Republican College of Physical Education.[3]

Honours

SKA Kiev

Ukrainian SSR Championship: 4

1949, 1951, 1980, 1983

Cup of the Ukrainian SSR:

1976

CSKA-Borysfen

Ukrainian Cup

Runner up: 1998, 2001

League and cup history (Soviet Union)

SKA Kiev

Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Domestic Cup Europe Notes
1961 2 12 36 11 11 14 45 41 33 Ukrainian Zone 2
24 2 0 1 1 3 6 1 Ukrainian Final for 23 place
1962 2 3 24 10 10 4 39 21 30 Ukrainian Zone 2
10 10 5 1 4 18 17 11 Ukrainian Final for 7-17 places, League Reorganization
1963 3 17 38 16 12 10 54 26 44 Ukrainian Zone 1
1964 1 30 21 4 5 55 19 46 Ukrainian Zone 2
2 10 8 0 2 15 8 16 Ukrainian Final for 1-6 places
1965 1 30 22 4 4 65 22 48 Ukrainian Zone 1
2 10 7 1 2 23 16 15 Ukrainian Final for 1-6 places
1966 2 2 34 17 7 10 42 36 41 Zone 2
1967 1 38 20 11 7 47 27 51 Zone 2
3 4 0 2 2 3 6 2 Final for 1-3 places
1968 2 40 23 11 6 58 23 57 Zone 1
1969 2 42 18 16 8 51 30 52 Zone 3
1970 19 42 11 10 21 39 50 32 Relegated
1971 3 17 50 15 17 18 43 44 47 Zone 1

SK Chernihiv

Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Domestic Cup Europe Notes
1972 3 10 46 19 14 13 59 44 52 Zone 1
1973 11 44 18 8 18 63 56 38 Zone 1
1974 6 38 17 9 12 63 46 43 Zone 6
1975 4 32 12 13 7 41 33 37 Zone 6

SKA Kiev

Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Domestic Cup Europe Notes
1976 3 11 38 12 11 15 36 44 35 Zone 6
1977 2 44 26 11 7 63 32 63 Zone 2
1978 3 44 23 14 7 71 29 60 Zone 2
1979 2 46 26 12 8 65 32 64 Zone 2
1980 1 44 28 9 7 83 33 65 Q Finals (Zone 5)
1 4 2 2 0 8 5 6 Promoted (Final 3)
1981 2 17 46 16 10 20 59 71 42
1982 21 42 5 10 27 31 81 20 Relegated
1983 3 1 50 28 16 6 91 49 72 Zone 6
3 4 1 0 3 6 7 2 Zone 6, Final 1
1984 3 24 10 8 6 38 22 28 Zone 6, 1st Group
4 36 19 7 10 65 37 45 Zone 6, finals
1985 3 26 11 10 5 38 28 32 Zone 6, 1st Group
4 40 19 11 10 62 46 49 Zone 6, finals
1986 1 26 14 6 6 39 21 34 Zone 6, 2nd Group
3 40 20 9 11 65 42 49 Zone 6, finals
1987 27 52 11 15 26 41 67 37 Relegated
1988 4th
4 5 1 2 2 10 8 4
1989
1 5 3 1 1 13 6 7 Promoted (Finals)
1990 3rd (lower) 11 36 14 4 18 40 41 32
1991 21 50 11 20 19 48 60 42 fall of USSR

League and cup history (Ukraine)

CSCA Kyiv (CSCA-2 Kyiv)

Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Domestic Cup Europe Notes
1992 2nd "A" 14 26 3 3 20 14 45 9 1/32 finals SKA Kyiv, Relegated[4]
1992–93 3rd 18 34 9 7 18 27 50 25 1/64 finals AF Oriyana, Relegated[5]
1993–94 3rd (lower) 11 34 14 4 16 45 42 32 Did not qualify CSK ZSU Kyiv
1994–95 1 42 32 5 5 81 28 101 1/32 finals CSKA Kyiv, Promoted[6]
1995–96 3rd "A" 1 40 27 7 9 61 27 89 1/16 finals Promoted[7]
1996–97 2nd 19 46 15 9 22 37 56 54 Became CSCA-2
1997–98 12 42 18 5 19 56 44 59
1998–99 11 38 14 10 14 45 48 52
1999-00 5 34 16 6 12 38 26 54
2000–01 8 34 15 1 18 36 43 46
2001–02 14 34 10 9 15 33 38 41 1/32 finals Changed back to CSCA[8]
2002–03 14 34 10 11 13 33 38 41 1/32 finals
2003–04 11 34 12 6 16 29 39 42 1/16 finals
2004–05 7 34 15 6 13 28 38 51 1/8 finals
2005–06 15 34 8 8 18 25 52 32 1/16 finals
2006–07 16 36 10 8 18 24 44 38 1/32 finals
2007–08 19 38 7 6 25 36 74 27 1/32 finals Relegated
2008–09 3rd "A" 4 32 18 3 11 38 23 57 1/16 finals
2009–10 - 3 1 0 2 6 6 0 1/16 finals (-3) Withdrew, results removed[1]

CSKA (Arsenal predecessor)

Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Domestic Cup Europe Notes
Previous Refer to FC Boryspil
1995–96 1st 4 34 15 11 8 47 27 56 1/16 finals as CSKA-Borysfen Kyiv
1996–97 11 30 9 8 13 33 35 35 1/2 finals
1997–98 13 30 9 6 15 30 35 33 Runner-up
1998–99 7 30 11 10 9 37 35 43 1/8 finals CWC 1st round
1999-00 10 30 9 8 13 31 36 35 1/4 finals
2000–01 6 26 10 10 6 30 23 40 Runner-up
After Refer to FC Arsenal Kyiv

European competitions

UEFA Europa League
Season Round Club Home Away Aggr.
2001–02 Qualifying round FC Jokerit 2–0 2–0 4–0
First round Red Star Belgrade 3–2 0–0 3–2
Second round Club Brugge K.V. 0–2 0–5 0–7

Football Kits and Sponsors

Years Football kit Shirt sponsor Notes
1998–99 Reebok Ukrspetsexport
1999–00 - -
2000–01 Puma Shchedryi Dar[9]

Owners

Notes and references

  1. ^ a b "Футбольний клуб ЦСКА Київ припинив участь у змаганнях сезону 2009–2010 років (FC CSCA Kyiv ceased their participation in the 2009–2010 competition)" (in Українська). PFL. 2009-09-04. Retrieved 2009-09-04. 
  2. ^ CSKA Kyiv today. CSKA of Ukraine website.
  3. ^ a b CSKA Kyiv will play in the Makarov Memorial. UA-Football. 12 January 2015
  4. ^ Named as SKA Kyiv
  5. ^ Until 21 May 1993 club was named AF-Oriana and then was renamed CSK ZSU (which stands for Centralnyi Sportyvnyi Klub Zbroinykh Syl Ukrainy)
  6. ^ Named CSCA (Central Sports Club of the Army)
  7. ^ Amalgamation with FC Boryspil and formation of CSCA-Borysfen in place of the Boryspil's team. CSCA Kyiv which competed in the Third League became its reserve team. Upon conclusion of the year, CSCA-Borysfen became simply CSCA Kyiv while the original CSCA changed to CSCA-2 Kyiv and was promoted now to the First League in 1996.
  8. ^ During the winter break CSCA Kyiv's rights were bought out and a new club Arsenal Kyiv assumed its place in the Ukrainian Premier League. CSCA Kyiv reverted to its reserve team that played in the Ukrainian First League as CSCA-2 Kyiv
  9. ^ Shchedryi Dar website

Notable players

See also

External links

  • Unofficial site of the Army club
  • Official website of CSK ZSU
  • Public Organization CSKA Kyiv
  • About the Sports Committee of Ministry of Defense
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