2017–18 Ukrainian Premier League

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The 2017–18 Ukrainian Premier League season is the 27th top level football club competitions since the fall of the Soviet Union and the tenth since the establishment of the Ukrainian Premier League.wikipedia
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Ukrainian Premier League

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The 2017–18 Ukrainian Premier League season is the 27th top level football club competitions since the fall of the Soviet Union and the tenth since the establishment of the Ukrainian Premier League.
The 2017–18 season is the league's tenth after the restructuring of professional club football in 2008 and the 27th season since establishing of professional club's competition independent from the Soviet Union.

FC Stal Kamianske

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Later it was announced that Desna might be promoted as well due to rumors around a financial situation of FC Stal Kamianske.
After being relegated to the Ukrainian First League after the 2017–18 Ukrainian Premier League season the club re-registered to Bucha and changed its name to PFC Feniks Bucha in June 2018.

FC Mariupol

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In protest, the Desna administration announced that the club would not play its final game of the season against FC Illichivets Mariupol, but later relented.
In 2017 as part of the ongoing decommunization process of Ukraine, the club changed its name of Illichivets to simply FC Mariupol, officially adopting on 14 June 2017 for the 2017–18 Ukrainian Premier League season.

FC Vorskla Poltava

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FC Vorskla Poltava could have problems with the league's attestation for next season for debts to its former players.

FC Shakhtar Donetsk

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The defending champion is the 10-times winner FC Shakhtar Donetsk.

FC Olimpik Donetsk

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According to FootballHub, in March the FFU Disciplinary Committee prosecuted the Olimpik's junior teams U-19 and U-21 for game fixing.

Ukrainian First League

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At the same time number of clubs in the Ukrainian First League will be decreased also to 16 teams.

2018–19 Ukrainian Premier League

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''FC Poltava won 3–1 on aggregate and was promoted to the 2018–19 Ukrainian Premier League.
On completion of the 2017–18 Ukrainian Premier League season, Veres Rivne, who had moved their operations to Lviv during the season announced the merging with FC Lviv who competed in the 2017–18 Ukrainian Second League and retain their name.

FC Chornomorets Odesa

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Chornomorets Odesa was relegated to the 2018–19 Ukrainian First League.

FC Oleksandriya

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As of 26 March 2018, a day before deadline for submitting candidacy for election, there is only Thomas Grimm whose candidacy was submitted by FC Oleksandriya on 22 March 2018.

2018–19 Ukrainian First League

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Chornomorets Odesa was relegated to the 2018–19 Ukrainian First League. Zirka Kropyvnytskyi was relegated to the 2018–19 Ukrainian First League.''

Marlos

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In 2017–18 Ukrainian Premier League he scored 18 league goals only to yield the top scorer of the season title to his teammate Facundo Ferreyra with 21 tallies.

Darijo Srna

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* Ever since Darijo Srna was tested positive for doping (dehydroepiandrosterone among others), on 22 September 2017 he voluntarily stopped participation in competitions and on 20 November 2017 he has been suspended by UEFA for the continental competitions.

FC Karpaty Lviv

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Until August FC Karpaty Lviv supported the position of Dynamo.

Taras Stepanenko

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The team's captain for Shakhtar has been served either by Taras Stepanenko or Taison.

FC Zirka Kropyvnytskyi

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Zirka Kropyvnytskyi was relegated to the 2018–19 Ukrainian First League.''

FC Zorya Luhansk

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The conference confirmed the admission of Veres to the league and the only club that voted against was FC Dynamo Kyiv, while six votes were for decision and three (including FC Zorya Luhansk) abstained.

2017–18 Ukrainian First League

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Teams that placed 10th and 11th in the 2017–18 Ukrainian Premier League play two-leg play-off with the second and third teams of the 2017–18 Ukrainian First League.
Teams that placed 10th and 11th in the 2017–18 Ukrainian Premier League play two-leg play-offs with the second and third teams of the 2017–18 Ukrainian First League.