WFC Dynamo Kyiv

WFC Dynamo Kyiv is a Soviet and Ukrainian women's football club from Kyiv. The club was liquidated in 1994 after Dynamo Kyiv was acquired by Hryhoriy Surkis.[1] But again renewed in 2021 and entered to the Ukrainian Women's League to play in the First League.

WFC Dynamo Kyiv
Full nameDynamo Kyiv
Founded1989
GroundDynamo Stadium, Kyiv
Capacity16,873
ChairmanIhor Surkis
ManagerVolodymyr Pyatenko
LeagueUkrainian Women's League
1994withdrew

History during 1989–1994Edit

Founded in 1989 as part of FC Dynamo Kyiv, it entered the Soviet Top League in 1990. The club placed second in its group and yielded the third place play-off to Tekstilschik Ramenskoye. Next season the club only placed 9th in its group.

Following dissolution of the Soviet Union, in 1992 the club entered Ukrainian competitions. In 1992, WFC Dynamo won the first Ukrainian championship. Next season Dynamo yielded the first place. In 1993 the club placed only fourth.

Reestablishment in 2021Edit

In 2021 WFC Dynamo Kyiv was renewed and entered to the Ukrainian Women's League to play in the First League, the second tier of the Ukrainian women association football pyramide. As the manager was appointed Volodymyr Pyatenko.[2]

TitlesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Oleksandr Voloshchuk. Mykhailo Yushchenko: Surkis does not like female football (Михайло Ющенко: «Суркіс не любить жіночого футболу»). Vysokyi Val. 23 November 2009
  2. ^ Володимир Пятенко: «У жіночого футболу в Україні є майбутнє» (in Ukrainian). FC Dynamo Kyiv Official Site. 3 January 2022.