Like the championship, the first edition of the Cup had a tight schedule as the Football Federation of Ukraine was given just several months in order to switch to the European seasonal format with the minimum required matches played.
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Now, instead of lateral, it is possible to see the copies of wonder-working icons of Ternopil regions: Zarvanytsia, Pochaiv, Terebovlia and Ternopil. State Archives of Ternopil Oblast are located in the monastery. A park is laid out in front of the Catholic Church and a monument to the Prince Danylo Halytskyi is installed there. To the left of the church, a monument to Josyf Slipyj was dedicated in 2004. Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church. Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Ternopil–Zboriv. Ternopil.
Zboriv (Зборів, Zborów, Зборов) is a town in Ternopil Oblast, west Ukraine. It is located in the historical region of Galicia. The population is 7,400 (2001). It is administrative center of the Zboriv Raion. Local government is administered by Zboriv town council. The town (located 35 km northwest of Ternopil, and 85 km southeast of Lviv) lies on Strypa River (Cтpипа). It was mentioned for the first time in a document from 1166. In 1241, during the Mongol invasion of Europe, it was ransacked and destroyed. In 1639, Zboriv was granted city rights. Its present name comes from a noble Polish family of Zborowscy.
Skálat (Ска́лат; Skałat) is a town in Ternopil Oblast (province) of western Ukraine. It is located in the Pidvolochysk Raion (district), at around 49.43333°N, 25.98333°W. Skalat was first mentioned in the early 16th century. At that time, the village belonged to Halych Land, Ruthenian Voivodeship, Kingdom of Poland. In c. 1600, when Skalat belonged to the noble Sienienski family, which began construction of a castle. Zbigniew Sienienski, the castellan of Lublin, founded a new town, which he called Dębno, after family’s coat of arms. The name did not catch, however, and in 1602, Skalat was purchased by the Chodkiewicz family.
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Important cities are Buchach, Chernivtsi, Drohobych, Halych (hence - Halychyna), Ivano-Frankivsk, Khotyn, Lutsk, Lviv, Mukacheve, Rivne, Ternopil, Uzhhorod and others. Western Ukraine is not an administrative category within Ukraine. It is defined mainly in the context of European history pertaining to the 20th-century wars and the ensuing period of annexations. At the onset of World War II the whole territory was incorporated into the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, following elections which are acknowledged as staged and specifically for the purpose to manufactured public consent for the transfer of land from occupied Poland to the Soviet Union as of October 22, 1939.
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In April 2015 deputies of the Ternopil regional council voted for transfer of the Holy Dormition Pochayiv Lavra to the state. On 12 May 2002, the Ukrainian Orthodox Church canonized schema monk Amphilochius (Amfilohiy) of Pochayiv. Amphilochius of Pochayiv (in world Yakiv Holovatyuk 1894 - 1971) was born on 27 November 1894 in the village Mala Ilovytsya, in Shumsk raion of Ternopil oblast in western Ukraine. In 1925 he became a monk and joined the community of Pochayiv Lavra. In 1936, Amphilochius had been given the rank of hieromonk (priest-monk). His healing gifts attracted the attention of many people.
Tagir Fasakhov (16 January 1964 – 29 March 1996) was a Kyrgyzstani footballer who was a striker for Alga Frunze, Alay Osh, Nyva Ternopil, Prykarpattya Ivano-Frankivsk and DAG-Liepaya. He was killed in road accident in Kazakhstan together with Kyrgyzstani players Ashilbek Momunov and Kanatbek Ishenbaev. Player profile – ffu.org.ua. Player profile – klisf.info. Career history in Alga Frunze.
FC Ternopil-Nyva-2 changed its name to FC Ternopil. FC Rihonda Bila Tserkva changed its name to FC Ros Bila Tserkva. FC Spartak Sumy changed its name to FC Sumy. FC Karpaty-2 changed its name to FC Karpaty-3 Lviv. FC Lviv (1992) in the First League after merger changed to Karpaty-2. FC Hazovyk Komarno moved to Stryi and changed its name to FC Hazovyk-Skala Stryi.
Pochaiv (Почаїв, also Pochayev, Почаев, Почајев, Poczajów, פּאָטשאַיעװ, Pochayuv) is a town in the Ternopil Oblast (province) of western Ukraine. It is the located in the Kremenets Raion (district), and is located 18 km south-west of Kremenets and 70 km north of the oblast capital, Ternopil. The current estimated population is around 8,200 (as of 2001). The city is known for the Pochayiv Lavra, the second largest Eastern Orthodox monastery in Ukraine.
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It was based in Ternopil, in western Ukraine. The Brigade was formed on 18 August 2004 on the base of 12th Artillery Regiment of the 1st Tactical Artillery Group. Group commander Colonel Sergiy Korniychuk became Brigade's Commanding officer. The Brigade took its conscripts from the Ivano-Frankivsk, Chernivtsi, Lviv and Ternopil oblasts (provinces). The brigade was disbanded in 2013. 1st Cannon Artillery Brigade was created on 18 August 1943 in Stalingrad. First Brigade commander was Guards Colonel Volodymyr Kerp. On 1 March 1943, the Brigade was awarded Guards designation for successful actions near Stalingrad.
Monastyryska (Монастириська; Monasterzyska) is a town in Ternopil Oblast, Ukraine. It is the administrative center of the Monastyryska Raion. In 2001, the population was 6,344. The town is situated on the river Koropets, 15 km from Buchach, 140 km south east from Lviv, on the road between Ternopil or Berezhany and Ivano-Frankivsk. The river Koropets forms a wide lake. Monasteryska borders Hryhoriv and Bertnyky on the east, Ozekhiv on the south, Vycholky and Stara Huta on the west, Nova Huta, Shveykiv and Kovalivka on the north. Its older name was Monastyryshche, which gave rise to the Yiddish name Monastrishtsh.
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Ternopil National Economic University, TNEU founded in 1971. It is located in the city of Ternopil, Ternopil Oblast, Ukraine. Viktor Yushchenko, the president of Ukraine (2005-2010), is an alumnus of TNEU. The University was founded in 1966, when the Department of Financial and Economic Faculty of Kyiv Institute of National Economy was opened in Ternopil. Within the years, the Department was transformed into the Faculty (1967), after that - into Financial and Economic Institute (1971), Institute of National Economy (1989), Academy of National Economy (1994). In March 30, 2005 the educational establishment became a University.
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FC Ternopil informed the Professional Football League of Ukraine and administration of Illichivets that the club would not play their Round 14 match due to a flu epidemic affecting the team with only seven players available for selection. (13 October 2016) Control-Disciplinary Committee of the FFU awards a 3–0 technical victory to Illichivets . (1 November 2016). Round 15 fixture between Veres and Naftovyk-Ukrnafta was postponed until March 12 by mutual agreement. (12 October 2016) The match was played at Izotop Stadium in Varash. Round 19 match postponed due to heavy snowfalls that made the pitch unplayable. Match played after Round 25.
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The 1992–93 Vyshcha Liha season was the second since its establishment. Tavriya Simferopol were the defending champions, having won their 1st national league title in history. A total of sixteen teams participated in the competition, fourteen of them contested the 1992 season while the remaining two were promoted from the Ukrainian First League.
Kozova (Ukrainian: Козова; Polish: Kozowa; Russian: Козо́ва) is an urban-type settlement in the Ternopil Oblast (province) of western Ukraine, in the area historically known as Galicia, 16 km east of Berezhany, some 30 km west of Ternopil and c. 100 km southeast of Lviv. The town is situated beside a lake on the Koropets River (“little carp”). There is presumption that the name Kozova comes from the Ukrainian word koza (goat), though other possible sources exist. The Weingarten family emigrated from Kozova to New York at the turn of the century and later became successful in New York and Canadian real estate (Minnie and Sam Weingarten).
Przewodnik po Województwie Tarnopolskiem z mapą [Guide to the Ternopil Region with a Map] (Ternopil, 1928: reprinted circa 1990). Contains much historical material. Web site of photo & video archive of Zalishchyky, Ukraine. Web site of Zalishchyky, Ukraine. History of Zalishchyky.
The Governor of Ternopil Oblast is the head of executive branch for the Ternopil Oblast. The office of Governor is an appointed position, with officeholders being appointed by the President of Ukraine, on recommendation from the Prime Minister of Ukraine, to serve a four-year term. The official residence for the Governor is located in Ternopil. Since 31 October 2019 the current Governor is Ihor Sopel. * World Statesmen.org * Government of Ternopil Oblast in Ukrainian Roman Hromiak (1992-1994, as the Presidential representative). Borys Kosenko (1994 as the Presidential representative). Borys Kosenko (1995-1996, as the Governor). Bohdan Boyko (1996-1998). Vasyl Vovk (1998-1999).
This is a complete list of cities in Ukraine. On 1 January 2010 there were 459 cities (місто, misto) in Ukraine. City status is granted on the decision of the Ukrainian parliament (Verkhovna Rada). The city status is only partially related to the size of a populated place in Ukraine. There are three categories of cities that depends on status of those cities in the country and in the table below are indicated by a respective letter as a city status (see legends below for the city status lettering identification). All cities have some level of significance. Any settlement that obtains city status becomes a city of district (район, raion) subordinance.
Round 27 match between Helios Kharkiv and Nyva Ternopil is moved due to decisions made by the FFU of not conducting matches in Donetsk, Kharkiv, Luhansk and Odessa oblasts because of unrest in the region. The match was played at Karlivka. Match was not completed. Nyva Ternopil players walked off the pitch as a protest to a penalty awarded against them in 90+5' of the game. Score was 1–1 at the time. Control Disciplinary Committee of the Football Federation of Ukraine award a 3–0 technical victory to Helios. Round 27 match between MFC Mykolaiv and Stal Alchevsk rescheduled until after Round 29 due to unrest in the region.
Gvianidze played in Ukraine for FC Nyva Ternopil before returning to FC Dinamo Batumi in January 2002. Gvianidze played for PFC Botev Plovdiv during the 2002–03 and 2003–04 seasons. *
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The Persha Liha or Ukrainian First League is a football league in Ukraine and the second tier of national football competitions. Members of the league also participate in the Ukrainian Cup. Unlike the Ukrainian Premier League, Persha Liha does not conduct a parallel tournament for junior teams of its clubs.
Taras Duray (last name also spelled Duraj, born 31 July 1984) was a Ukrainian professional football player who last played for FC Sumy.
Lviv Railways administers all railroads of Lviv Oblast, Zakarpattia Oblast, Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast, Chernivtsi Oblast, Ternopil Oblast, Volyn Oblast and most of Rivne Oblast. It has five directories of territorial administration: Lviv, Zakarpattia, Ivano-Frankivsk, Ternopil, Volyn. The jurisdiction of the directories does not necessarily correspond to the regional division of Ukraine.
Tarnopol, Saskatchewan, Polonized spelling of Ternopil, Ternopil Raion, Ternopil Oblast. Whitkow, Saskatchewan, west of Mayfair on Highway 378, is an Anglo-Polonized spelling of Vytkiv, Radekhiv Raion, Lviv Oblast. Bereziw School District No. 3030 (changed to "Slawa School"), south of Hafford, Saskatchewan; after the district (povit) of "Bereziv" - now Brzozów County, Poland. Bogucz School District No. 1743, southeast of Canora, Saskatchewan; possibly after "Bohusa" - now Bogusza, Nowy Sącz County, Poland. Bohdan School District No. 3511, east of Mayfair, Saskatchewan; from the male given name Bohdan ("God-given") - possibly after Bohdan Khmelnytsky.