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2006–07 Vyshcha Liha

Vyshcha Liha
Season 2006–07
Champions Dynamo Kyiv
Relegated Illichivets Mariupol,
Stal Alchevsk
Champions League Dynamo Kyiv (3rd Qualifying Round)
Shakhtar Donetsk (2nd Qualifying Round)
UEFA Cup Metalist Kharkiv (1st Round)
Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk (2nd Qualifying Round)
Intertoto Cup Chornomorets Odessa (2nd Round)
Matches played 240
Goals scored 515 (2.15 per match)
Top goalscorer Oleksandr Hladky (13)
Biggest home win (5:0) - Shakhtar-Metalist
Biggest away win (0:5) - Metalurh Z.-Dynamo
Highest scoring (5:2) - Dynamo-Arsenal
Highest attendance 28,880 - Metalist-Dynamo
Lowest attendance 500 - Arsenal-Metalurh D.
Metalurh D.-Illichivets
Average attendance 9,266
The locations of the 16 teams participating in Vyscha Liha season 2006-07.

The 2006–07 Vyshcha Liha season is the sixteenth since its establishment. Shakhtar Donetsk were the defending champions. Soyuz-Viktan became the first title sponsor in the League's history.

The season started on July 21, 2006 with the game in Kiev, Dynamo - Chornomorets 4:1. The last day of the competition was June 17, 2007. The winner of the championship was declared Dynamo Kyiv acquiring their 12th title defeating the reigning champion Shakhtar Donetsk that was holding the title for the last couple of years. The season was also relatively low on scorers with the top goalscorer, Oleksandr Hladky, only netting thirteen goals. Seweryn Gancarczyk, a native of the Western Halychyna topped the list of the goal assistants with eight critical passes.

Dynamo managed to finish the season undefeated with only eight games tied. During the season only two teams never lost to the champion, tying on the both occasions: Metalurh Donetsk and Vorskla Poltava. Shakhtar was able to lose four out of its five games on home turf. Metalist managed to reestablish itself as the top gun of the national competition by placing third and earning a set of medals for the first time in club's history. Metalist finished equal on points with Dynamo in the second half and only trailing Shakhtar by two points at the finish line of the competition.

Illichivets was forced into relegation for the first time since entering the League 10 years ago. Stal was relegated as well. It was the second time for that club.

The average attendance of the championship was 9,056 which is less than 1% of country population. The most popular clubs were averaging: Shakhtar (19,193), Karpaty (18391), and Zoria (14333). The most popular club among its city population was Stal from Alchevsk. 4.9% of Alchevsk residents attended the games of their home team which is the highest in the season.

303 goals were scored by home teams and 212 - by visitors. 108 games were won on a home ground while visitors were victories in 62 tallies. In 71 games no winner was declared. 44 games finished with 3+ goals, while 31 games saw no goals at all. Out of 76 penalties only 56 were scored. There also were six goals scored by an own player. Total players participated in the competition was 567.

The game Karpaty-Metalist finished with a technical loss awarded to the Lviv's club for no appearance.[1]


  • Promotion/Relegation 1
  • Final table 2
  • Top goal scorers 3
  • Managers 4
  • Stadia 5
    • Auxiliary or former home stadiums 5.1
  • See also 6
  • References 7
  • External links 8


These two teams were promoted from Persha Liha at the start of the season:

The clubs replaced FC Volyn Lutsk and FC Zakarpattia Uzhhorod that relegated the last season.

Final table

|- align=center bgcolor="#8ACEFF" ||3||style="text-align:left;"|Metalist Kharkiv |30|||18||7||5||40||20||+20||61||2007-08 UEFA Cup First round

|- align=center bgcolor="#97DEFF" ||4||style="text-align:left;"|Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk |30|||11||14||5||32||24||+8||47||2007-08 UEFA Cup Second qualifying round

|- align=center bgcolor=#f9f9f9 ||5||style="text-align:left;"|Tavriya Simferopol |30|||12||6||12||32||30||+2||42||

|- align=center bgcolor="#BBEBFF" ||6||style="text-align:left;"|Chornomorets Odessa |30|||11||8||11||36||33||+3||41||2007 UEFA Intertoto Cup Second round

|- align=center bgcolor=#f9f9f9 ||7||style="text-align:left;"|Metalurh Zaporizhzhya |30|||10||10||10||25||32||−7||40||

|- align=center bgcolor=#f9f9f9 ||8||style="text-align:left;"|Karpaty Lviv |30|||9||10||11||26||32||−6||37||

|- align=center bgcolor=#f9f9f9 ||9||style="text-align:left;"|Metalurh Donetsk |30|||9||9||12||26||35||−9||36||

|- align=center bgcolor=#f9f9f9 ||10||style="text-align:left;"|Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih |30|||7||14||9||29||36||−7||35||

|- align=center bgcolor=#f9f9f9 ||11||style="text-align:left;"|Zorya Luhansk |30|||9||7||14||23||43||−20||34||

|- align=center bgcolor=#f9f9f9 ||12||style="text-align:left;"|FC Kharkiv |30|||8||9||13||26||38||−12||33||

|- align=center bgcolor=#f9f9f9 ||13||style="text-align:left;"|Vorskla Poltava |30|||7||10||13||23||28||−5||31||

|- align=center bgcolor=#f9f9f9 ||14||style="text-align:left;"|Arsenal Kyiv |30|||7||9||14||28||44||−16||30||

|- align=center bgcolor="#FFCCCC" ||15||style="text-align:left;"|Illychivets Mariupol (R) |30|||6||7||17||23||39||−16||25|| Persha Liha

|- align=center bgcolor="#FFCCCC" ||16||style="text-align:left;"|Stal Alchevsk (R) |30|||5||6||19||22||38||−16||21|| Persha Liha |}

Top goal scorers

Oleksandr Hladky Kharkiv 13 (3)
Vasil Gigiadze Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih 11 (4)
Siarhey Karnilenka Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk 10
William Batista Karpaty Lviv 10 (2)
Serhiy Nazarenko Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk 10 (2)
Maksim Shatskikh Dynamo Kyiv 9
Brandao Shakhtar Donetsk 9 (1)
Serhiy Danylovskyi Chornomorets Odessa 8
Kleber Dynamo Kyiv 8
Diogo Rincon Dynamo Kyiv 8 (2)


Club Coach Replaced coach
FC Arsenal Kyiv Oleksandr Zavarov
FC Chornomorets Odessa Semen Altman
FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk Oleh Protasov
FC Dynamo Kyiv Anatoliy Demyanenko
FC Karpaty Lviv Oleksandr Ischenko
FC Kharkiv Volodymyr Bezsonov Volodymyr Kulayev
Mykhailo Stelmakh
FC Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih Oleh Taran Oleksandr Kosevych
FC Metalist Kharkiv Myron Markevych
FC Metalurh Donetsk Jos Daerden Pichi Alonso
Co Adriaanse
FC Metalurh Zaporizhya Anatoly Chantsev Serhiy Yashchenko
FC Illichivets Mariupol Yuriy Kerman Ivan Balan
FC Shakhtar Donetsk Mircea Lucescu
SC Tavriya Simferopol Mykhailo Fomenko
FC Vorskla Poltava Viktor Nosov
FC Stal Alchevsk Ton Caanen
FC Zorya Luhansk Oleksandr Kosevych Yuriy Koval
Volodymyr Bezsonov
Volodymyr Malyhin


Rank Stadium Capacity Club High att. Opponent
1 Chornomorets Stadium 34,362 Chornomorets Odessa 14800 Dnipro Dniporpetrovsk
2 Shakhtar Stadium 31,718 Metalurh Donetsk 22000 Shakhtar Donetsk
3 Avanhard Stadium 31,243 Zorya Luhansk 20000 Dynamo Kyiv
Shakhtar Donetsk
4 Metalist Stadium 30,133 Metalist Kharkiv
FC Kharkiv
Dynamo Kyiv
Metalist Kharkiv
5 Metalurh Stadium 29,782 Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih 18000 Dynamo Kyiv
6 Ukraina Stadium 28,051 Karpaty Lviv 28180 Shakhtar Donetsk
7 RSK Olimpiyskiy 25,831 Shakhtar Donetsk 26100 Dynamo Kyiv
8 Vorskla Stadium 25,000 Vorskla Poltava 17000 Dynamo Kyiv
9 Stadium Meteor 24,381 Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk 20500 Shakhtar Donetsk
10 Lokomotiv Stadium 19,978 Tavriya Simferopol 20000 Dynamo Kyiv
11 Lobanovsky Dynamo Stadium 16,873 Dynamo Kyiv
Arsenal Kyiv
Dnipro Dniporpetrovsk
Dynamo Kyiv
12 Illychivets Stadium 12,680 Illychivets Mariupol 12500 Shakhtar Donetsk
13 Slavutych Arena 11,983 Metalurh Zaporizhzhya 11500 Dynamo Kyiv
14 Stal Stadium 9,200 Stal Alchevsk 9000 Shakhtar Donetsk

Auxiliary or former home stadiums

Rank Stadium Capacity Club High att. Opponent Notes
1 NSC Olimpiysky 83,450 Arsenal Kyiv 2100 Illichivets Mariupol 8 games
2 Kolos Stadium 5,654 Arsenal Kyiv 1100 FC Kharkiv Only game

See also


  1. ^ Game report Karpaty-Metalist

External links

  • Website of FFU

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