Ukrainian Amateur Cup

The Ukrainian Amateur Cup (Ukrainian: Кубок України з футболу серед аматорських команд) or AAFU Cup (Ukrainian: Кубок ААФУ) is a national cup competition in Ukraine for amateur clubs.[1] The nationwide competition among amateur teams in cup format (Olympic system) was revived in the 1996–97 season and since 2008 the winner receives the right to progress to the Ukrainian Cup which serves professional clubs.[1]

Ukrainian Amateur Cup
Founded1959 / 1996
Region Ukraine/ Ukrainian SSR
Qualifier forUkrainian Cup
Current championsFC LNZ-Lebedyn
(2nd title)
Most successful club(s)Pivdenstal Yenakieve
Bilshovyk Kyiv
(3 titles)
WebsiteOfficial website
2021–22 Ukrainian Amateur Cup

FormatEdit

The Cup is intended to be organised between the Cup holders of the regional tournaments, but in reality it is an optional invitational tournament among teams that are delegated by selected regions (oblasts of Ukraine and autonomous republic of Crimea). Regions are not obligated to present their teams or fill their competition berths, there is no limitation on amount of teams from each region. All teams are applying for the competition once the AAFU provides its "registration window" and, if approved by the AAFU, then compete for the competition's trophy.

Traditionally, every play-off (match up) round consists of two legs including the final. The winner of the competition qualifies for the Ukrainian Cup.[1] Most of seasons consist of at least four rounds usually starting with the Round of 16.

Origins of the competitionEdit

Originally the competitions were established back in 1959 among teams of so-called "team of physical culture" (KFK) which was a special term in the Soviet football for teams that were not teams of masters. The first winner became Shakhtar Korostyshiv from Zhytomyr Oblast. The competitions were conducted until 1989 and their winner was awarded a prize from an editor's office of "Radianska Ukraina" newspaper. In 1990 there was reform in the Soviet football and competitions were discontinued being replaced by competitions among teams of masters from Soviet lower leagues.

The first series of the competition was organised by the Ukrainian Football Federation for 1996–97. The first Ukrainian Amateur Cup final was played in the spring of 1997 with Domobud Chernihiv defeating Krystal Parkhomivka 3–1 on aggregate (results for the two games 1–1 and 2–0).

From the 1997–98 season the competition has been managed by the Ukrainian Football Amateur Association acting on behalf of the Ukrainian Football Federation. An autumn-spring competition period was used until 1998–99 and since then a spring-autumn system has been adopted over the calendar year.[1]

FinalsEdit

The club in bold is the winner.

Year Venue Finalist Score Finalist
2020–21 12 May 2021,
Krutyi Bereh (Poltava) - Ltava Stadium, Attendance: 100

19 May 2021,
Lebedyn (Shpola Raion) - LNZ Arena, Attendance: 160

  Olimpiya Savyntsi 0 - 4
0 - 2
LNZ-Lebedyn  
2019–20 22 July 2020,
Poltava - Lokomotyv Stadium, Attendance: 0

29 July 2020,
Mykolaivka (Bilopillia Raion) - Viktoriya Stadium, Attendance: 0

Olimpiya Savyntsi   1 - 1
1 - 0
  Viktoriya Mykolaivka
2018-19 18 May 2019,
Baryshivka - Prohres Stadium, Attendance: 550

8 June 2019,
Vovchansk - Aggregate Factory Stadium, Attendance: 1,000

Avanhard Bziv   1 - 0
0 - 0
  FC Vovchansk
2017-18 20 May 2018,
Mykolaivka (Bilopillia Raion) - Viktoriya Stadium, Attendance: 500

10 June 2018,
Lebedyn (Shpola Raion) - LNZ Arena, Attendance: 1,000

Viktoriya Mykolaivka   0 - 3
2 - 0
  LNZ-Lebedyn
2016-17 18 June 2017,
Petropavlivska-Borshchahivka (Kyiv-Sviatoshyn Raion) - Kozak-Arena, Attendance: 500

25 June 2017,
Demnia (Mykolaiv Raion) - Kuziv Stadium, Attendance: 1,000

Chaika Kyiv-Sviatoshyn Raion   2 - 0
3 - 1
  Demnya
2015 1 November 2015,
Sosnivka (Chervonohrad) - Shkilnyi Stadium, Attendance: 1,500

8 November 2015,
Zoria (Sarata Raion) - Tropanets Stadium, Attendance: 1,900

Hirnyk Sosnivka   2 - 1
0 - 0
  Balkany Zoria
2014 2 November 2014,
Petrove (Petrove Raion) - Inhulets Stadium, Attendance: 400

9 November 2014,
Demnya (Mykolaiv Raion) - Kuziv Stadium, Attendance: 700

AF Pyatykhatska Volodymyrivka   1 - 0
2 - 1
  Demnya
2013 26 October 2013,
Petropavlivska Borshchahivka (Kyiv-Sviatoshyn Raion) - Kozak-Arena (Sports School Stadium), Attendance: 300

2 November 2013,
Plysky - Yednist Stadium, Attendance: 1,000

Chaika Kyiv-Sviatoshyn Raion   3 - 0
2 - 3 (a.e.t.)[2]
  Yednist Plysky
2012 28 October 2012 14:00 (LST),
Mashivka (Mashivka Raion) - Kolos Stadium, Attendance: 500

4 November 2012 13:00 (LST),
Orzhiv - ODEK Stadium, Attendance: 2,000

Nove Zhyttia Andriyivka   1 - 1
2 - 1 (a.e.t.)
  ODEK Orzhiv
2011 6 November 2011 13:00 (LST),
Hvardiyske (Simferopol Raion) - Havardiyets Stadium, Attendance: 200

12 November 2011,
Bucha - Yuvileinyi Stadium, Attendance: 500

Hvardiyets Hvardiyske   1 - 3
1 - 4
  FC Bucha
2010 23 October 2010 15:00 (LST),
Berehove - Druzhba Stadium, Attendance: 3,500

31 October 2010 13:00 (LST),
Slov'yansk - Khimik Stadium, Attendance: 2,000

Beregvideik Berehove   2 - 0
2 - 2
  Slobkhlib Slov'yansk
2009 17 October 2009 15:00 (LST),
Cherkasy - Central City Stadium, Attendance: 500

25 October 2009,
Yaremche - Stadium "Karpaty", Attendance: 3,000

Khodak Cherkasy   2 - 0
0 - 3
  Karpaty Yaremche
2008 2 November 2008 15:00 (LST),
Kamyanka-Buzka - Nad Buhom Stadium, Attendance: 1,000

8 November 2008,
Bucha - Yuvileyny Stadium, Attendance: 500

Halychyna Lviv   0 - 0
1 - 3
  Irpin Horenychi
2007 14 October 2007,
Ochakiv - Artania Stadium, Attendance: 500

21 October 2007,
Plysky - Yednist Stadium, Attendance: 500

Torpedo Mykolaiv   0 - 2
0 - 0
  Yednist-2 Plysky
2006 1 October 2006 16:00 (LST),
Kamyanka-Buzka - Nad Buhom Stadium, Attendance: 1,000

8 October 2006 15:00 (LST),
Chkalove (Nikopol Raion) - Kolos Stadium, Attendance: 400

Karpaty Kamianka-Buzka   0 - 1
3 - 1
  Kolos Chkalove
2005 16 October 2005 15:00 (LST),
Korosten - Spartak Stadium, Attendance: 3,000

22 October 2005 13:00 (LST),
Yenakieve - Metalurh Stadium, Attendance: 1,000

Khimmash Korosten   1 - 4
1 - 1
  Pivdenstal Yenakieve
2004 26 September 2004,
Korosten - Lokomotyv Stadium, Attendance: 2,000

2 October 2004,
Kakhovka - Olimpiysky Stadium, Attendance: 1,200

Khimmash Korosten   1 - 1
3 - 5
  KZEZO Kakhovka
2003 12 October 2003,
Rivne - Khimik Stadium, Attendance: 1,100
19 October 2003 14:00 (LST),
Plysky (Borzna Raion) - Yednist Stadium, Attendance: 3,000
ODEK Orzhiv   0 - 0
0 - 2
  Yednist Plysky
2002 29 September 2002,
Zhytomyr - Central Stadium, Attendance: 1,000
6 October 2002,
Zhovkva - Roztochia Stadium, Attendance: 3,000
Rud Zhytomyr   0 - 1
2 - 4
  Haray Zhovkva
2001 29 September 2001,
Yenakieve - Metalurh Stadium, Attendance: 2,500
6 October 2001,
Perechyn - Perechyn Stadium, Attendance: 700
Pivdenstal Yenakieve   4 - 0
2 - 1
  SC Perechyn
2000 8 October 2000,
Luzhany - Kolos Stadium, Attendance: 1,500
15 October 2000,
Parkhomivka - Kolos Stadium, Attendance: 1,500
FC Luzhany   5 - 1
4 - 4
  Krystal Parkhomivka
1999 17 October 1999,
Ukrainsk - Ukraina Stadium, Attendance: 5,000
27 October 1999,
Lutsk - Avanhard Stadium, Attendance: 180
Shakhta Ukrayina Ukrainsk   2 - 0
1 - 2
  Troyanda-Ekspres
1998–99 13 June 1999,
Varva - Yunist Stadium, Attendance: 2,000
17 June 1999,
Lutsk - Avanhard Stadium, Attendance: 400
HPZ Varva   4 - 0
3 - 3
  Troyanda-Ekspres
1997–98 24 May 1998,
Zaporizhia - ZTZ Stadium, Attendance: 100
30 May 1998,
Khorostkiv - Kharchovyk Stadium, Attendance: 4,000
Dalis Kamyshuvakha   1 - 2
0 - 0
  Zoria Khorostkiv
1996–97 1 June 1997,
Chernihiv - Haharyn Stadium, Attendance: 400
8 June 1997,
Parkhomivka (Krasnokutsk Raion) - Kolos Stadium, Attendance: 6,200
Domobudivnyk Chernihiv   1 - 1
2 - 0
  Krystal Parkhomivka

StadiumsEdit

List of stadiums with the biggest number of hosted finals

  • 3 – Yednist Stadium, Plysky, Chernihiv Oblast
  • 2 – Avanhard Stadium, Lutsk
  • 2 – Kolos Stadium, Parkhomivka, Kharkiv Oblast
  • 2 – Metalurh Stadium, Yenakieve, Donetsk Oblast
  • 2 – Nad Buhom Stadium, Kamianka-Buzka, Lviv Oblast
  • 2 – Yuvileinyi Stadium, Bucha, Kyiv Oblast
  • 2 – Kozak Arena, Petropavlivska-Borshchahivka, Kyiv Oblast
  • 2 – Kuziv Stadium, Demnia, Lviv Oblast
  • 2 – Viktoriya Stadium, Mykolaivka, Sumy Oblast
  • 2 – LNZ Arena, Lebedyn, Cherkasy Oblast

Cup for amateur clubs (Ukrainian SSR)Edit

Ukrainian Cup (prize of the "Radyanska Ukrayina" newspaper)[3]

Year Winner Runner-up Score Venue
1989 Prohres Berdychiv     Avanhard Lozova 4 – 2, 0 – 0
1988 Avanhard Lozova     Zirka Berdychiv 1 – 1, 2 – 2
1987 Pivdenstal Yenakieve     Avanhard Drohobych 0 – 2, 3 – 0 aet
1986 Mashbud Borodianka     Zirka Berdychiv 1 – 1, 2 – 1 aet
1985 Avtomobilist Lviv[4]     Tytan Armyansk 2 – 0, 3 – 3
1984 Torpedo Zaporizhia     Karpaty Dubove 5 – 1, 0 – 0
1983 Skhid Kyiv[5]     Enerhiya Nova Kakhovka 1 – 0, 2 – 2
1982 Enerhiya Nova Kakhovka     Sluch Berezne 2 – 0, 2 – 1
1981 Sluch Berezne     Shakhtar Dzerzhynsk 0 – 0, 1 – 1
1980 Nyva Pidhaitsi     Enerhiya Nova Kakhovka 3 – 0
1979 Enerhiya Nova Kakhovka     Tsementnyk Mykolaiv 3 – 1, 0 – 0
1978 Bilshovyk Kyiv     Mayak Kharkiv 2 – 0
1977 Tytan Armyansk     Elektron Ivano-Frankivsk 1 – 0
1976 Elektron Ivano-Frankivsk     Tytan Armyansk 2 – 1
1975 Vykhor Dnipropetrovsk     Lokomotyv Smila 0 – 0, 1 – 1 (pen. 7 – 6)
1974 Sokil Lviv     Shakhtar Oleksandria 0 – 0, 1 – 0 aet
1973 Sokil Lviv     Shakhtar Sverdlovsk 2 – 0
1972 Hirnyk Dniprorudne[6]     Khimik Kalush 2 – 0
1971 Kolormet Artemivsk[7]     Metal Dnipropetrovsk[8] 2 – 0
1970 Avanhard Simferopol[9]     Avanhard Kryvyi Rih[10] 2 – 0 aet
1969 Shakhtar Makiivka     Sokil Lviv 1 – 0
1968 VPU Lviv     Zoria Artemivsk[11] 3 – 0
1967 Bilshovyk Kyiv     Avanhard Vilnohirsk[12] 2 – 1
1966 VPU Lviv     Suputnyk Poltava[13] 2 – 0
1965 Tytan Zaporizhia[14]     VPU Lviv 2 – 1
1964 Bilshovyk Kyiv     Avanhard Dnipropetrovsk 1 – 0
1963 Meteor Dnipropetrovsk[15]     Torpedo Mykolaiv 2 – 1 aet
1962 Avanhard Dnipropetrovsk     Ekran Shostka[16] 2 – 0
1961 Start Chuhuiv     Shakhtar Smolianka[17] 1 – 0
1960 Start Chuhuiv     Avanhard Shostka[16] 0 – 0, 3 – 1
1959 Shakhtar Korostyshiv[18]     Avanhard Zhovti Vody 2 – 1

List of finalists by regionsEdit

Region Wins Losses Winning teams
Kyiev Oblast 10 (3) Bilshovyk Kyiv, (2) Chaika Kyiv-Sviatoshyn Raion, Vostok Kyiv, Mashynobudivnyk Borodyanka, Irpin Horenychi, FC Bucha, Avanhard Bziv
Lviv Oblast 8 6 (2) VVPU Lviv, (2) Sokil Lviv, Avtomobilist Lviv, Haray Zhovkva, Karpaty Kamianka-Buzka, Hirnyk Sosnivka
Donetsk Oblast 6 3 (3) Pivdenstal Yenakieve, Shakhtar Makiivka, Kolormet Artemivsk, Shakhta Ukraine Ukrainsk
Dnipropetrovsk Oblast 4 6 (2) Avanhard (Vykhor) Dnipropetrovsk, Meteor Dnipropetrovsk, Hirnyk Dniprorudne
Chernihiv Oblast 4 1 (2) Yednist Plysky, Domobudivnyk Chernihiv, HPZ Varva
Kharkhiv Oblast 3 5 (2) Start Chuhuiv, Avanhard Lozova
Kherson Oblast 3 3 (2) Enerhiya Nova Kakhovka, KZEZO Kakhovka
Zhytomyr Oblast 2 5 Shakhtar Korostyshiv, Prohres Berdychiv
Crimea 2 3 Avanhard Simferopol, Tytan Armyansk
Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast 2 2 Elektron Ivano-Frankivsk, Karpaty Yaremche
Cherkasy Oblast 2 2 (2) LNZ-Lebedyn
Poltava Oblast 2 2 Nove Zhyttya Andriivka, Olimpiya Savyntsi
Zaporizhia Oblast 2 1 Tytan Zaporizhia, Torpedo Zaporizhia
Ternopil Oblast 2 Nyva Pidhaitsi, Zoria Khorostkiv
Rivne Oblast 1 3 Sluch Berezne
Zakarpattia Oblast 1 2 Beregvideik Berehove
Kirovohrad Oblast 1 1 AF Pyatykhatska Volodymyrivka
Chernivtsi Oblast 1 FC Luzhany
Sumy Oblast 4
Volyn Oblast 2
Mykolaiv Oblast 2
Odessa Oblast 2
Luhansk Oblast 1
Total 56 56

Regions and teamsEdit

1997–2020Edit

Season 96/97 97/98 98/99 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 16/17 17/18 18/19 19/20
Teams 18 20 25 13 15 14 14 15 13 19 15 18 21 22 24 22 19 27 23 32 27 40 40 28
AR Crimea             1 1   1         1 2 1   N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Cherkasy   1     1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1   1 2 3 1 2   1 1 1
Chernihiv 1 1 1 1 2 1   1 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 3 2 3 1
Chernivtsi 1 1 1   1   1     1     1       1 1 1 2 1      
Dnipropetrovsk 1 1 1             1 1 2           1 2     3 3 2
Donetsk 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1   1   1 1           3 2 3
Ivano-Frankivsk 1 1 1 1   1 1   1 1 1   1 1 1 1 1 1     1 2 3 1
Kharkiv 1 1 2 1 1 1     1     1   1 1 2   1 1   2   2 1
Kherson           1     1   1 2 1   2 2 1 1 1 2 1 5 3 1
Khmelnytskyi 1   1 1 1 1 1 1   1   1 1 1 1 1 1   1 2 1 1    
Kyiv 2 2 1 1 2 1 2 1   2 1   2 2 2 2 2 2 3 1 2 4 5 1
Kirovohrad 1 1 1   1       1     1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1   1  
Lviv 1 1 2 1 1   1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1   2 1 5 5 4 3 1
Luhansk     1 1 1     1 1       1 2 1 1           1 1 2
Mykolaiv 1 1 1                 1 2 1 2 1 1 3 2 1 1      
Odesa 1   1 1           1   2 1 2   1 2 1 1 2        
Poltava     1 1   1 1           1   1 1 1 1   1   1 1 3
Rivne   1       1 1 1 1 1 1 1   1 1 1 1 3 3 3 2 3 3 2
Sumy 1 1 1 1   2 1   1 1               1   1 1 2 1 3
Ternopil 1 1 2 1             1 1 2 1 1         2 1 2 2  
Vinnytsia   1 1                 1     1     1 1 3 3 3 2 1
Volyn 1 1 2 1 1     1     1   3 1       1         2 1
Zakarpattia 1 1 1   1 1 1 1 1 1 1   1 1 1     1       1 2  
Zaporizhia   1 1             1 1   1           1 1 1 2   1
Zhytomyr 1 1 1   1 1 1 2 1 2   1 2 2 2 2 2   2 2 1     3
Season 96/97 97/98 98/99 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 16/17 17/18 18/19 19/20
Teams 18 20 25 13 15 14 14 15 13 19 15 18 21 22 24 22 18 27 23 32 27 40 40 28

2020–presentEdit

Season 20/21 21/22 22/23
Teams 28 26 16
AR Crimea N/A N/A N/A
Cherkasy 1    
Chernihiv      
Chernivtsi     2
Dnipropetrovsk 1 1 1
Donetsk   1  
Ivano-Frankivsk 1 2 1
Kharkiv 2    
Kherson 1    
Khmelnytskyi     1
Kirovohrad   1 1
Kyiv 4 8 5
Luhansk 1 1  
Lviv 1 2 1
Mykolaiv      
Odesa 1    
Poltava 1 1 1
Rivne 1 2  
Sumy 5 1  
Ternopil     1
Vinnytsia   1  
Volyn 3 1  
Zakarpattia 1 1  
Zaporizhia 1 2 1
Zhytomyr 3 2 1
Season 20/21 21/22 22/23
Teams 28 26 16

Participated teams by regionsEdit

Region Teams
Crimea Krymteplytsia Molodizhne (2002), Akademia-X Kuibysheve (2003), Tavrika Simferopol (2005), Foros Yalta (2010), Hvardiiets Hvardiiske (2: 2011, 2012), Ahrokapital Suvorovske (2011)
Cherkasy Oblast KKhP Talne (1997/98), Kolos Chornobai (2000), Ikar Sobkivka (2001), Yatran Uman (2: 2002, 2003), Nyva-Zlatokrai Zolotonosha (2: 2004, 2005), Avanhard Monastyryshche (2006), Khodak Cherkasy (3: 2007–2009), Umanfermmash Uman (2011), Zoria Biloziria (4: 2012–2015), Retro Vatutine (3: 2012, 2013, 2015), Urahan Kryvonosivka (2013), LNZ-Lebedyn (4: 2017/18–2020/21)
Chernihiv Oblast Domobudivnyk Chernihiv (1996/97), Cherksyl Chernihiv (1997/98), HPZ Varva (3: 1998/99–2000), Kolos Bobrovytsia (2000), Zirka Koriukivka (2001), Yednist Plysky (11: 2003, 2007–2011, 2013–2017/18), Polissia Dobrianka (4: 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009), Yevropa Pryluky (2005), Avanhard Koriukivka (5: 2006, 2016/17–2019/20), Nizhyn (2: 2006, 2007), LKT Chernihiv (2: 2012, 2013), Frunzivets Nizhyn (2016/17), Fortuna Komarivka (2018/19), FC Chernihiv (2018/19)
Chernivtsi Oblast FC Luzhany (4: 1996/97, 2000, 2005, 2008), Mytnyk Vadul-Siret (1997/98), Dnister Novodnistrovsk (1998/99), Kalynivskyi rynok Chernivtsi (2002), Pidhiria Storozhynets (2012), Mayak Velykyi Kuchuriv (2013), Zarinok Tysovets (2: 2014, 2015), FC Voloka (2: 2015, 2022/23), FSC Sloboda (2016/17), Fazenda Chernivtsi (2022/23)
Dnipropetrovsk Oblast Druzhba-Elevator Mahdalynivka (2: 1996/97, 1998/99), Ahrovest Novooleksandrivka (1997/98), Kolos Nikopol Raion (2: 2005, 2006), FC Nikopol (2007), Atlant Kryvyi Rih (2007), VPK-Ahro Shevchenkivka (4: 2013, 2014, 2017/18, 2018/19), Olimpik Petrykivka (2014), Hirnyk Kryvyi Rih (2017/18), FC Kryvyi Rih (2017/18), FC Dnipro (2018/19), Peremoha Dnipro (2: 2018/19, 2019/20), Skoruk Tomakivka (2019/20), FC Lozuvatka (2020/21), Lehioner Dnipro (2021/22), Penuel Kryvyi Rih (2022/23)
Donetsk Oblast Silur-Trubnyk Khartsyzk (2: 1996/97, 1997/98), Shakhta Ukrayina Ukrainsk (2: 1998/99, 1999), Monolit Kostiantynivka (2000), Pivdenstal Yenakieve (5: 2001–2005), Shakhtar Dzerzhynsk (2003), Shakhtar Rodynske (2003), Illich-Ahro Mariupol (2006), Donbas-Krym Donetsk (2008), Slovkhlib Sloviansk (2: 2010, 2011), Sapfir Kramatorsk (3: 2017/18–2019/20), Forum-Avto Kramatorsk (2: 2017/18, 2018/19), Yarud Mariupol (2: 2017/18, 2019/20), FC Pokrovsk (2019/20), Portovyk Mariupol (2021/22)
Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast Probiy Horodenka (1996/97), Enerhetyk Burshtyn (1997/98), Beskyd Nadvirna (1997/98), Korona Ivano-Frankivsk (1999), Teplovyk Ivano-Frankivsk (4: 2001, 2004, 2005, 2011), Delta Hvizdets (2002), FC Tuzhyliv (2006), Tsementnyk Yamnytsia (2008), Karpaty Yaremche (2: 2009, 2012), Sniatyn-Yevromodul (2010), Hazovyk Bohorodchany (2013), Oskar Pidhiria (2016/17), Pokuttia Kolomyia (2: 2017/18, 2018/19), FC Kalush (2017/18), Naftovyk Dolyna (2018/19), Karpaty Halych (2: 2018/19, 2019/20), Karpaty Broshniv-Osada (2020/21), Harda Kalush (2021/22), Blaho-Yunist Verkhnia (2021/22), Varatyk Kolomyia (2022/23)
Kharkiv Oblast Krystal Parkhomivka (4: 1996/97, 1998/99–2000), Enerhetyk Komsomolske (2: 1997/98, 2001), Arsenal Kharkiv (1998/99), Pivdenkabel Kharkiv (2004), Hazovyk Chervonyi Donets (2007), Lokomotyv Kupyansk (3: 2009–2011), Nika Kharkiv (2011), Kolos Zachepylivka (3: 2013, 2014, 2016/17), Kvadro Pervomaiskyi (2016/17), Univer-Dynamo Kharkiv (3: 2018/19–2020/21), FC Vovchansk (2: 2018/19, 2020/21)
Kherson Oblast Tavriya Novotroitske (4: 2001, 2011, 2018/19, 2019/20), SC Kakhovka (5: 2004, 2008, 2015, 2017/18, 2020/21), Myr Hornostayivka (4: 2006, 2007, 2010, 2014), Sihma Kherson (2007), Krystal Kherson (2: 2010, 2017/18), Kolos Askania-Nova (7: 2011–2013, 2015–2018/19), Druzhba Novomykolaivka (2017/18), Meliorator Kamianka (2017/18), Chornianka-Ahrosport (2018/19)
Khmelnytskyi Oblast Advis-Khutrovyk Khmelnytskyi (1996/97), Nyva-Tekstylnyk Dunaivtsi (1998/99), Dynamo-Orbita Kamianets-Podilskyi (1999), Tovtry Chemerivtsi (2000), Spoliyelast Slavuta (2001), Iskra Teofipol (2: 2002, 2022/23), SC Starokonstantyniv (2003), FC Khmelnytskyi (2005), Konfermat Khmelnytskyi (2007), Zbruch Volochysk (6: 2008, 2010–2012, 2014, 2015), Proskuriv Khmelnytsky (2009), Hetman Khmelnytsky (2015), Sluch Starokostiantyniv (2016/17), SC Khmelnytskyi (2017/18)
Kirovohrad Oblast Burevisnyk Kirovohrad (1996/97), Lokomotyv Znamianka (1997/98), Herkules Novoukrainka (1998/99), Ikar-DLAU Kirovohrad (2: 2000, 2007), Zoria Haivoron (2004), Olimpik Kropyvnytskyi (4: 2008–2011), UkrAhroKom Holovkivka (3: 2009, 2010, 2018/19), Burevisnyk Petrove (2: 2012, 2013), Inhulets Petrove (2: 2014, 2015), Nova Politsia Kropyvnytskyi (2016/17), Zirka Kropyvnytskyi (2: 2021/22, 2022/23)
Kyiv Oblast and City Refryzherator Fastiv (1996/97), Interkas Kyiv (2: 1996/97, 1997/98), RFUVK/OKIP Kyiv (2: 1997/98, 2021/22), Chaika Vyshhorod (2: 1998/99, 1999), Dnipro Kyiv (3: 2000, 2001, 2003), Borysfen-2 Shchaslyve (2000), Alians Kyiv (3: 2002, 2005, 2006), FC Brovary (2002), FC Putrivka (2: 2005, 2010), Irpin Horenychi (2008), Svitanok Kovalivka (2008), Liha Vyshneve (2: 2009, 2010), Zenit Boyarka (2: 2009, 2011), FC Bucha (2011), Dinaz Vyshhorod (2: 2012, 2013), Dynamo-Fastiv (2012), Chaika Petropavlivska Borshchahivka (3: 2013, 2016/17, 2017/18), Arsenal-Kyiv (2014), Yevrobis-Ahrobiznes Kyiv (2014), Kolos Kovalivka (2014), FC Obukhiv (2015), Dzhuniors Shpytky (5: 2016/17–2018/19, 2020/21, 2021/22), DH Shevchenkivske Denykhivka (2: 2017/18, 2018/19), Rubikon Kyiv (3: 2017/18–2019/20), Atlet Kyiv (2: 2018/19, 2021/22), Avanhard Bziv (2018/19), Sokil Mykhailivka-Rubezhivka (2: 2020/21, 2021/22), Nyva Buzova (2: 2020/21, 2021/22), AFSC Kyiv (2020/21), Ronin Lisne (2021/22), Druzhba Myrivka (2: 2021/22, 2022/23), UCSA Kyiv/Tarasivka (2: 2021/22, 2022/23), Lokomotyv Kyiv (2022/23), Shturm Ivankiv (2022/23), Tytan Kyiv (2022/23)
Luhansk Oblast Ekina Almazna (2: 1998/99, 1999), Dynamo Stakhanov (2000), Inter Luhansk (2003), Shakhtar Sverdlovsk (2004), Khimik Severodonetsk (2008), Krasnodonvuhillia Krasnodon (2009), FC Popasna (3: 2009–2011), Zoria Rubizhne (2017/18), Skif Shulhynka (4: 2018/19–2021/22), Budivelnyk Lysychansk (2019/20)
Lviv Oblast Budivelnyk Pustomyty (1996/97), SC Truskavets (2: 1997/98, 1998/99), Dynamo Lviv (1998/99), Rochyn Sosnivka (5: 1999, 2015–2018/19), Sokil Zolochiv (2000), Harai Zhovkva (3: 2002–2004), Halychyna Drohobych (2005), Kniazha Dobromyl (2006), Halychyna Lviv (2: 2006, 2008), Rava Rava-Ruska (2007), Karpaty Kamianka-Buzka (2: 2009, 2010), FC Sambir (3: 2010, 2011, 2016/17), SCC Demnia (5: 2013–2017/18), Rukh Vynnyky (2: 2013, 2015), Opir Lviv (2015), FC Mykolaiv (4: 2015–2018/19, 2021/22), FC Lviv (2016/17), Yunist Verkhnia Bilka (3: 2017/18–2019/20), Feniks (Demnia)-Pidmonastyr (2020/21), FC Kulykiv (2021/22), Skala 1911 Stryi (2022/23)
Mykolaiv Oblast Hidroliznyk Olshanske (1996/97), SC Pervomaisk (2: 1997/98, 1998/99), Torpedo Mykolaiv (5: 2007, 2008, 2012–2014), FC Voronivka (3: 2008–2010), Teplovyk Yuzhnoukrayinsk (2: 2010, 2011), MFC Pervomaisk (2: 2013, 2014), Varvarivka Mykolaiv (2013), FC Vradiivka (2: 2015, 2016/17)
Odesa Oblast Monolit Illichivsk (1996/97), Dnister Ovidiopol (1998/99), Syhnal Odesa (1999), Ivan Odesa (2005), Bastion Illichivsk (2: 2007, 2009), Briz Izmail (3: 2007–2009), Savinyon Tayirove (2: 2011, 2012), FC Tarutyne (2012), Balkany Zoria (3: 2013–2015), Zhemchuzhyna Odesa (2015), Sehedka-Tarutyne (2020/21)
Poltava Oblast Sula Lubny (1998/99), Psel Hadiach (1999), ZemliaK Myrhorod (2: 2001, 2002), FC Velyka Bahachka (2008), Nove Zhyttia Andriivka (4: 2010–2013), Olimpia Savyntsi (7: 2015, 2017/18–2022/23), Lehion Poltava (2019/20), SC Poltava (2019/20)
Rivne Oblast Khimik Rivne (2: 1997/98, 2001), ODEK Orzhiv (19: 2002–2007, 2009–2021/22), FC Malynsk (3: 2013–2015), Maiak Sarny (7: 2013, 2015–2019/20, 2021/22), Izotop-RAES Varash (3: 2014, 2017/18, 2018/19)
Sumy Oblast Slovianets Konotop (1996/97), Kharchovyk Popivka (2: 1997/98, 1998/99), Naftovyk-2/Naftovyk (4: 1999, 2001, 2005, 2020/21), Yavir Krasnopillia (2001), Shakhtar Konotop (2: 2002, 2004), Barsa Sumy (2013), Ahrobiznes-TSK Romny (2: 2015, 2017/18), Viktoriya Mykolayivka (5: 2016/17–2020/21), Veleten Hlukhiv (3: 2019/20–2021/22), LS Group/Sumy (2: 2019/20, 2020/21), Kolos Severynivka (2020/21)
Ternopil Oblast Nyva Terebovlia (4: 1996/97, 1998/99, 2015, 2017/18), Zorya Khorostkiv (1997/98), Lysonia Berezhany (1998/99), Sokil-Orion Velyki Hayi (1999), Brovar Mykulyntsi (2006), Halych Zbarazh (2: 2007, 2008), Lan Velyka Berezovytsia (2008), Tovtry Kozliv (2009), Marspyrt Nahiryanka (2010), Ahro Synkiv (2015), DSO-Podillya Ternopil Raion (3: 2016/17–2018/19), Zbruch-Ahrobiznes Pidvolochysk (2018/19), Ahron Velyki Hayi (2022/23)
Vinnytsia Oblast Horyzont Koziatyn (1997/98), Kirovets Mohyliv-Podilskyi (1998/99), Laris Kalynivka (2007), FC Sharhorod (2010), FC Vinnytsia (3: 2013–2015), 15 Hromada Rudanske (2015), Patriot Kukavka (2: 2015, 2016/17), Fakel Lypovets (3: 2016/17–2018/19), FC Bershad (2016/17), Ahro-Astra Nemyriv Raion (2017/18), Svitanok-Ahrosvit Shliakhova (3: 2017/18–2019/20), YaSKO Sharhorod (2021/22)
Volyn Oblast Dynamo Manevychi (1996/97), Yavir Tsuman (3: 1997/98, 1998/99, 2000), Troyanda-Ekspres Hirka Polonka (2: 1998/99, 1999), Prylad-LDPU Lutsk (2003), Votrans Lutsk (5: 2006, 2008, 2018/19–2020/21), FC Marianivka (2008), BRW-WIK Volodymyr-Volynskyi (2008), Shakhtar Novovolynsk (2009), Laska Boratyn (2013), LSTM Lutsk (3: 2018/19, 2020/21, 2021/22), Kovel-Volyn (2020/21)
Zakarpattia Oblast Vyzhybu/Beregvidek (2: 1996/97, 2010), Lisnyk Perechyn (3: 1997/98, 2000, 2001), Palanok Mukacheve (1998/99), FC Mukacheve (2: 2002, 2008), Zdorovia Uzhhorod (2003), Avanhard Svaliava (2: 2004, 2005), FC Badalove (2006), FC Poliana (2009), Petrovo Tiszapéterfalva (2013), Sevlyush Vynohradiv (2: 2017/18, 2018/19), SC Vilkhivtsi (2018/19), MFA Mukacheve (2020/21), FC Khust (2021/22)
Zaporizhia Oblast Dalis Komyshuvakha (1997/98), ZAlK Zaporizhia (2: 1998/99, 2005), FC Berdiansk (2006), Illich Osypenko (2008), Tavriya-Skif Rozdol (5: 2014–2017/18, 2019/20), Metalurh/Metalurh-2 (3: 2017/18, 2020/21, 2021/22), Motor Zaporizhia (2: 2021/22, 2022/23)
Zhytomyr Oblast Zviahel-93/Zviahel (4: 1996/97, 2019/20–2021/22), Lider Novohrad-Volynskyi (1997/98), KKhP Cherniakhiv (2: 1998/99, 2001), FC Berdychiv (2000), Rud Zhytomyr (2002), FC Korosten (4: 2003, 2005, 2014, 2015), Khimmash Korosten (4: 2003–2005, 2009), Metalurh Malyn (2: 2007, 2008), Arsenal Skrahlivka (2008), Zoria-Enerhiya Romaniv (2: 2010, 2012), Lehion Zhytomyr (2011), Zviahel-750/Avanhard Novohrad-Volynsky (5: 2009–2012, 2014), Mal Korosten (3: 2015, 2019/20, 2020/21), MFC Zhytomyr (2016/17), Polissia Stavky (4: 2019/20–2022/23)

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d "Information page of the Ukrainian Football Amateur Association" (in Ukrainian). Retrieved 9 December 2012.
  2. ^ "Чайка" - володар Кубка України серед аматорів [Chaika - winner or the Ukrainian Amateur Cup]. Football Federation of Ukraine (in Ukrainian). 4 November 2013. Retrieved 6 August 2014.
  3. ^ From the history of Berdychiv football (З історії бердичівського футболу). Miy Berdychiv. 12 September 2016
  4. ^ Avtomobilist Lviv
  5. ^ Voskhod Kyiv
  6. ^ Hirnyk Dniprorudne
  7. ^ Tsvetmet Artemivsk
  8. ^ Metal Dnipropetrovsk
  9. ^ Avanhard Simferopol
  10. ^ Terny-PnGOK
  11. ^ Zoria Artemivsk
  12. ^ Tytan Vilnohirsk
  13. ^ Suputnyk
  14. ^ Tytan Zaporizhia
  15. ^ Meteor Dnipropetrovsk
  16. ^ a b Ekran Shostka
  17. ^ Shakhtar Smolianka
  18. ^ Shakhtar Korostyshiv

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