FC Zarya Luhansk

FC Zarya Luhansk

Zorya Luhansk
General data
Nom. full Futbolnyy̆ Klub Zorya Lugansk
Nickname (s) Chorno-bili
Cherno-belye
(Black and white)
Luganchane
Foundation 1923 (age 98)
President Flag of Ukraine.svg Yevhen heller
Sports director Flag of Ukraine.svg Yuriy koval
Coach Flag of Ukraine.svg Viktor skrypnyk
Facilities
Stadium Avanhard Stadium
Capacity 23 243
Locate Us Lugansk, Ukraine
Uniform
Kit left arm nikevapor1920w
Nikevapor1920w body kit
Kit right arm nikevapor1920w
Kit shorts.svg
Kit socks.svg
Sensitive Personal Data
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Body kit nikevapor1920bb
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Kit socks.svg
Alternativo
Last season
Liga Ukrainian Premier League
(2018-19) 5 º
Securities (last in 1986)
Crown Ukraine Cup
(2018-19) Semifinals
Continental UEFA Europa League
(2019-20) Playoff
Oficial web page

El FC Zoryá Luhansk (in Ukrainian, ФК «Зоря» Луганськ; in Russian, Zarya, romanized: Zarya) or FC Zorya Luhansk is a Ukrainian football club from the city of Lugansk in Luhansk Oblast. It was founded in 1923 and currently serves in the Ukrainian Premier League. In 1972 he was proclaimed champion of the First Division of the USSR.

The word zoryá it means "aurora."

Our Story

In 1908 the members of the society Workers Factory of Lugansk locomotives carried out the first training sessions. In 1911 the team started the Lugansk long-distance regular games. In 1913 he played the Donbass League. In 1922 the construction of the first stadium in Lugansk was completed, it was named after Vladimir Ilyich Lenin.

In 1932 the team was promoted to the Ukrainian championship. In 1935 Voroshilovgradsky «Dzerzhinets» he won the championship in Ukraine which entitled him to promotion to the championship of the Soviet Union. In 1939 the "Dzerzhintsa" debuted in the USSR Championship (top flight).

In el 1962 Lugansk Labor Reserves won the Ukrainian championship of class «B» teams. In 1972 the Voroshilovgradskaya «Zarya» became the champion of the USSR. That winning squad was made up of men like: A. Tkachenko, M. Forkashu, V. Kuznetsov, Vladimir Semyonov, A. Zhuravlevu, Yu. Vaseninu, S. Kuznetsov, V. Malyginu, Yu. Eliseev, N. Pinchuk, V. Onishchenko, Starkovu V., S. Morozov, Vladimir Abramov, A. Kuksov.

Zarya 1972 badge

Zarya Voroshilovgrad, 1972 Soviet champion.

In 1974 and 1975 Zarya played the final of the USSR Cup. And both times he fell in the decisive match. First FC Dinamo Kiev, and then FC Ararat Yerevan were the executioners.

Names throughout the club's history

  • 1923 - 1935: «Metalist» (Luhansk)
  • 1936 - 1947: "Dzerzhinets" (Luhansk)
  • 1948 - 1963: "Labor Reserves" (Lugansk)
  • 1964 - 1991: «Zorya» (Lugansk)
  • 1992 - 1996: «Zorya-MALS» (Luhansk)
  • 1997: "Zarya" (Luhansk)

Uniform

  • Titular uniform: White t-shirt, white pants, white socks.
  • Alternate uniform: Black t-shirt, black pants, black socks.

Stadium

Currently, because the city is in the conflict zone between Ukraine and Russia, it plays its home games in Zaporizhia, more than 400 kilometers from the town, at the Slavutych-Arena stadium.

Players

Current Squad

Squad of FC Zarya Lugansk for the season 2019/20
Players Technical team
No. Nac. Pos Name Age Last team
janitors
1 Flag of Georgia.svg 0BY Zauri Makharadze  28 years Flag of Ukraine.svg Olimpik Donetsk
23 Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg 0BY Nikola Vasilj  25 years Flag of Germany.svg FC Nuremberg II
30 Flag of Ukraine.svg 0BY Mykyta Shevchenko  28 years Flag of Ukraine.svg Shakhtar Donetsk
Defense
3 Flag of Ukraine.svg 1DEF Dmytro Lytvyn  24 years Flag of Portugal.svg Royal SC
5 Flag of Brazil.svg 1DEF Lazio  25 years Flag of Brazil.svg CA Itapemirim
15 Flag of Ukraine.svg 1DEF Vitaly Vernydub  33 years Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Gabala F.K.
18 Flag of Ukraine.svg 1DEF Oleksandr Tymchyk  24 years Flag of Ukraine.svg Dynamo Kiev
20 Flag of Germany.svg 1DEF Joel abu hanna  23 years Flag of Germany.svg 1. FC Magdeburg
21 Flag of Ukraine.svg 1DEF Dmytro Ivanisenya  27 years Flag of Georgia.svg Dinamo Tbilisi
25 Flag of Ukraine.svg 1DEF Maksym bilyi  30 years Flag of Ukraine.svg FC Mariupol
29 Flag of Ukraine.svg 1DEF Tymofiy Sukhar  22 years Flag of Ukraine.svg SC Dnipro-1
Midfield
6 Flag of Ukraine.svg 2MED Mykyta kamenyuka Captain sports.svg  36 years Flag of Ukraine.svg FC Mariupol
7 Flag of Ukraine.svg 2MED Vladyslav Kocherhin  24 years Flag of Ukraine.svg FC Dnipro
10 Flag of Ukraine.svg 2MED Dmytro Khomchenovskyi  30 years Flag of Russia.svg FC Ural Yekaterinburg
14 Flag of Ukraine.svg 2MED Bohdan Mykhaylychenko  24 years Flag of Ukraine.svg Dynamo Kiev
17 Flag of Ukraine.svg 2MED Bohdan Lyednyev  22 years Flag of Ukraine.svg Dynamo Kiev
28 Flag of Ukraine.svg 2MED Artem Hromov  31 years Flag of Russia.svg Krylia Sovetov Samara
48 Flag of Ukraine.svg 2MED Maxim Kazakov  25 years Flag of Ukraine.svg Dynamo Kiev
76 Flag of Ukraine.svg 2MED Yehor Shalfeyev  23 years Flag of Ukraine.svg Metalurh Zaporizhya
77 Flag of Ukraine.svg 2MED Ihor Chaykovskyi  29 years Flag of Russia.svg Anzhi Makhachkala
80 Flag of Ukraine.svg 2MED Vladlen Yurchenko  27 years Flag of Denmark.svg Vejle BK
98 Flag of Ukraine.svg 2MED Yevhen Cheberko  23 years Flag of Ukraine.svg FC Dnipro
99 Flag of Ukraine.svg 2MED Levan Arveladze  28 years Flag of Ukraine.svg Desna Chernihiv
Lead
11 Flag of Ukraine.svg 3OF Pylyp Budkivskyi  29 years Flag of Ukraine.svg Shakhtar Donetsk
19 Flag of Ukraine.svg 3OF Maksym Lunyov  22 years Flag of Ukraine.svg FC Dnipro
22 Flag of Ukraine.svg 3OF Vladyslav Kabaev  25 years Flag of Ukraine.svg Chornomorets Odessa
31 Flag of Ukraine.svg 3OF Theoretical Rusyn  22 years Flag of Ukraine.svg Dynamo Kiev
Coach (s)

Flag of Ukraine.svg Viktor skrypnyk

Assistant Coach (s)

Flag of Bulgaria.svg Veselyn Branimirov
Flag of Ukraine.svg Serhiy popov


Legend
  • Pos : Position
  • Nac. : Sports nationality
  • Captain sports.svg Captain
  • Injury icon 2.svg Injured
  • BY / ARQ : Goalkeeper
  • DEF : Defending
  • MID / VOL : Midfielder
  • OF : Forward

Updated on August 25st, 2019

Template on the official website

trainers

Coaches timeline

  • Flag of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic 1929-1937.svg Ivan Kladko (1936–39)
  • Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Aleksandr Abramov (January 1957 – September 57)
  • Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Alexei Vodyagin (1957–59)
  • Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Mikhail Antonevich (January 1960 – July 60)
  • Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Hryhoriy Balaba (1960–61)
  • Flag of the Soviet Union.svg German Zonin (1962–64)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Oleksandr Alpatov (May 1964 – December 64)
  • Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Konstantin Beskov (1965)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Yevgeny Goryansky (1966–67)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Petro Stupakov (1968-June 68)
  • Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Viktor Gureyev (July 1968–69)
  • Flag of the Soviet Union.svg German Zonin (1969–72)
  • Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Vsevolod Blinkov (1973–74)
  • Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Yevgeny Pestov (197474)
  • Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Yuri Zakharov (1975)
  • Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Yevgeny Pestov (1976)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Flag of Hungary.svg József Szabo (1977)
  • Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Yuriy Zakharov (1978–79)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Vadym Dobyza (1980–81)
  • Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Yuriy Rasupkin (1982–83)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Oleh Bazilevich (1984)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Oleksandr Zhuravlyov (198585)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Vadym Dobyza (1985–88)
  • Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Anatoly Baidachny (1988–89)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Viktor Nosov (1990 – August 90)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Anatoliy Kuksov (August 1990–93)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Anatoly Shakun (1993–94)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Volodymyr Kobzarev (March 1994 – December 94)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Yuri Sevastyanov (1995)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Anatoliy Korshykov (March 1995)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Oleksandr Zhuravlyov (April 1995 – October 95)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Anatoliy Korshykov (October 1995 – November 95)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Viktor Aristov (1996 – June 96)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Anatoliy Kuksov (August 1996 – November 96)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Oleksandr Shakun (1997)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Vadym Dobyza (1998 – July 98)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Oleksandr shakun (interim) (August 1998)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Vadym Dobyza (August 1998–00)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Yuri Yeliseyev (2000)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Serhiy Pohodin (2001–)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Yuriy Yeliseyev (2002 – June 02)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Volodymyr Kobzarev (July 2002–03)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Oleksiy Chystyakov (August 2003 – September 03)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Yuri Sevastyanov (interim) (September 2003)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Oleksandr Dovbiy (September 2003 – June 04)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Yuriy Koval (July 2004–2006)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Yury Malyhin (interim) (August 2006)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Volodymyr Bezsonov (August 2006 – November 2006)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Yury Malyhin (interim) (November 2006–07)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Oleksandr Kosevych (2007 – March 2008)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Anatoliy Volobuev (March 2008–2009)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Yuriy dudnyk (interim) (May 2009 – September 2009)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Yuriy Koval (September 2009 – December 2009)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Anatoly Chantsev (2010–11)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Yuriy Vernydub (2011–)

History

National tournaments

Soviet Union

  • Soviet Union First Division (1): 1972.
  • Soviet Union Cup (0)
    • Runner-up: 1974 and 1975.
  • Soviet First League (2): 1962 and 1966.
  • Soviet Second Division (1): 1986.
    • Runner-up: 1991 (West).
  • League of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic (3): 1938, 1962 and 1986.
    • Runner-up: 1950.

Ukraine

  • Ukrainian Cup (0)
    • Runner-up: 2016.
  • Ukrainian First League (1): 2005 - 06.
  • Ukrainian Second League (1): 2002 - 03.
    • Runner-up: 1998-99. (Group C)

Participation in UEFA Competitions

Season Tournament Ronda Club Home Consultation Global
1973–74 European Cup 1 Flag of Cyprus.svg APOEL FC 2–0 1–0 3–0
2 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg FC Spartak Trnava 0–1 0–0 0–1
2014–15 UEFA Europa League 2nd Qualifier Flag of Albania.svg KF Laci 2–1 3–0 5–1
3nd Qualifier Flag of Norway.svg FK mold 1–1 2–1 3–2
Playoff Flag of the Netherlands.svg Feyenoord 1–1 3–4 4–5
2015–16 UEFA Europa League 3nd Qualifier Flag of Belgium civil.svg Charleroi 3–0 2–0 5–0
Playoff Flag of Poland.svg Legia of Warsaw 0–1 2–3 2–4
2017-18 UEFA Europa League Group J Flag of Spain.svg Athletic Club 0-2 1-0 3.º Partners must
Flag of Germany.svg Hertha BSC 2-1 0-2
Flag of Sweden.svg Östersunds FK 0-2 0-2
2018-19 UEFA Europa League 3rd Qualifying Flag of Portugal.svg Sporting Braga 1–1 2–2 3–3 (v.)
Playoff Flag of Germany.svg RB Leipzig 0–0 2–3 2–3
2019-20 UEFA Europa League 2nd Qualifier Flag of Montenegro.svg Budućnost Podgorica 1–0 3–1 4–1
3nd Qualifier Flag of Bulgaria.svg CSKA Sofia 1–0 1–1 2–1
Play-Off Flag of Spain.svg Espanyol 2–2 1–3 3–5
2020-21 UEFA Europa League Group G Flag of England.svg Leicester City 1–0 0–3 3st
Flag of Portugal.svg Braga 1–2 0–2
Flag of Greece.svg AEK Athens 1–4 3–0

Outlinks

  • Commons-logo.svg Wikimedia Commons hosts a multimedia category on FC Zarya Luhansk.
  • Official Web site (in Ukrainian) (in Russian)
  • Zarya on UEFA.com
  • zarya.lg.ua - Information site of fans of FC Zarya Lugansk
  • Unofficial website (in Ukrainian)