Football Club Lokomotiv Kyiv is a football club from Kyiv, owned by the South Western Railway. It currently participates in various Kyiv city football competitions. It also fields several of its junior teams in the Ukrainian youth league.

Lokomotiv Kyiv
Full nameFootball Club Lokomotiv Kyiv
Founded1919 as ZhelDor
GroundLokomotyv Stadium, Kyiv
OwnerSouthwestern Railways
ChairmanOleksandr Yehorov
Head coachVadym Lazorenko
LeagueUkrainian Second League
2022–23Ukrainian Amateur League, Group 2, 5th of 8 (promoted)
Lokomotyv Stadium in Kyiv

History edit

One of the first photos, 1919

Founded in 1919, as ZalDor (abbr. -Rail road), soon after joining the Soviet Lokomotiv sports society it changed its name twice to Lokomotiv in 1936 and Lokomotiv Yuga in 1940. The team played its home games at its own stadium.

The best record of competition was the 17th place in the 1938 Soviet Top League. Also, the club was multiple winner of the Kyiv championships. In 1947 the team was disbanded, by transferring team players to the Lokomotiv Moscow club.

At the present time, the club is known for good training of young talent and selling them to domestic and European clubs. The most successful players among them are Andriy Yarmolenko and Oleksandr Yakovenko, who played for Belgian side Anderlecht. The club participated in the Second League.

Current squad edit

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
3 DF   UKR Danylo Sydorenko
4 DF   UKR Vladyslav Blazun
5 MF   UKR Daniil Ovcharenko
7 MF   UKR Danylo Zhukov
10 MF   UKR Bohdan Koziy
11 MF   UKR Oleksiy Sakhnenko
13 MF   UKR Artem Yesaulov
15 FW   UKR Yan Karanha
16 DF   UKR Mykola Marchenko
18 DF   UKR Rudolf Sukhomlynov
No. Pos. Nation Player
20 MF   UKR Mahomed Kratov
21 MF   UKR Ivan Melnychenko
27 MF   UKR Oleh Kozishkurt
44 DF   UKR Tymur Titarenko
60 DF   UKR Oleksandr Shevchenko
71 GK   UKR Mykhaylo Abramov
79 MF   UKR Dmytro Romanov
91 FW   UKR Anton Bohdan
97 MF   UKR Artem Umanets (on loan from Vorskla Poltava)
DF   UKR Yevhen Mezhenskyi
MF   UKR Tymur Pohranichnyi

League history edit

Notable players edit

Head coaches edit

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