FC Karpaty Mukacheve

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FC Karpaty Mukacheve (Ukrainian: ФК «Карпати» Мукачеве) was a Ukrainian football team from Mukacheve, Zakarpattia Oblast. The club was formed in 1946 as FC Bilshovyk.

FC Karpaty Mukacheve
Full nameFootball Club Karpaty Mukacheve
Founded1946
Dissolved2003
GroundAvanhard
Capacity3,000

History edit

Looking back throughout the history, in the city existed several football clubs that preceded current club. After the World War II in 1945 in Mukacheve were formed three football teams "Spartak" (represented a local tobacco factory), "Bilshovyk" (brewery), and "Dynamo" (law enforcement and border guards).[1] On 13 May 1945, the local newspaper "Zakarpatska Pravda" was reporting its readers that the local Mukacheve Dynamo had hosted "Spartak-URSO" from Uzhhorod and beat it 10–1.[1] Sometime a week later the same Dynamo Mukacheve beat Dynamo Berehove at home 5–2.[1] Soon the chairman of the People's Council of Transcarpathian Ukraine Ivan Turyanytsia received an official invitation to send an athletic team of Zakarpattia of about 150 athletes to the Ukrainian Spartakiad that had been scheduled to take place 23 August to 6 September 1945.[1]

In 1947 all three football teams were merged into one and named as Bilshovyk Mukacheve.[2]

In Soviet competitions it participated rarely and with extensive pauses: 1948, 1949, 1968–1970, 1990. Based out of Mukacheve, Zakarpattia took part in the Ukrainian First League from its first championship in 1992. They were later sent down to Druha Liha after the 1996–97 season, and in couple of years folded.

In 1999 and 2000, a team named FC Mukachevo takes part in the regional championship. In 2001 the club takes part in the regional cup. In 2002 FC Mukachevo took part in the Ukrainian Football Cup among amateurs. After a two-year break, in 2003, already as Karpaty, the club started for the last time in the championship of the Transcarpathian region.

Team Names edit

  • 1946–1951: Bilshovyk
  • 1951: Iskra
  • 1955: Burevisnyk
  • 1962: Tochprylad
  • 1963: Mukachevprylad
  • 1964: Prylad
  • 1965–1966: Pryladyst
  • 1967: Prylad
  • 1968–1970: Karpaty
  • 1971–1993: Pryladyst
  • 1994–1998: Karpaty
  • 1999–2002: FK Mukacheve
  • 2003: Karpaty

Honors edit

Soviet Union edit

Ukraine edit

League and cup history edit

  Soviet Union (Zone "Ukraine", Group 1, or Group 4)

Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Domestic Cup Europe Notes
1948 2nd "Group B" 1 14 10 2 2 35 16 22 quilified for the Republican finals
Playoff 4 3 0 0 3 1 6 0
1949 2nd 5 34 21 5 8 72 38 47 3rd round withdrew to regional competition
1968 3rd 14 42 14 11 17 36 47 39 Fifth round (1/256) four games in the Soviet Cup
record +2=1–1 3–2
1969 3rd 3 40 18 15 7 50 23 51 ? qualified for finals in Ivano-Frankivsk
Playoff 4 5 2 1 2 6 5 5
1970 4th 5 40 19 13 8 51 36 51 withdrew to regional competition
1991 4th 5 50 24 14 12 67 42 62 ? placed in the Ukrainian First League

  Ukraine

Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Domestic Cup Europe Notes
1992 2nd "Group 1" 2 26 14 5 7 27 15 33 First round (1/32)
1992–93 2nd 20 42 12 11 19 38 53 35 ?
1993–94 2nd 15 38 12 7 19 41 57 31
1994–95 2nd 21 42 12 5 25 39 74 41 ? Relegated
1995–96 3rd 5 30 15 7 8 43 24 52 ?
1996–97 3rd 5 34 14 9 11 40 32 51 ? Folded

Coaches edit

  • 1968–1968 Vasyl Zubak
  • 1970–1970 Fedir Vanzel
  • 1977–1977 Fedir Vanzel
  • 1991–1991 Mykola Tellinher
  • 1992–1992 Vilhelm Tellinher
  • 1992–1993 Ishtvan Sekech
  • 1993–1993 Hryhoriy Ishchenko
  • 1994–1995 Gabor Kachur
  • 1996–1997 Tiberiy Korponay
  • 1997–1997 Stefan Voitko
  • 1997–1997 Vasyl Turyanchyk
  • 1997–1998 Roman Pokora

See also edit

References edit

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