FC CSKA Kyiv

CSKA KyivSKA KievSKA KyivFC CSKA-2 KyivCSKA-2 KyivODO KievCSCA KyivSC ChernihivCSK ZSU KyivCSKA-Borysfen Kyiv
FC CSKA Kyiv is a Ukrainian association football club, until 2001 of the Central Sports Club of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, which is government sponsored by the Ministry of Defense.wikipedia
329 Related Articles

FC Arsenal Kyiv

Arsenal KyivCSKA KyivFC Boryspil
As its farm team CSKA-2 Kyiv, in 1994-2001 it served as a farm team of CSKA Kyiv which later was renamed into FC Arsenal Kyiv.
In 1995 it was relocated to Kyiv playing at CSK ZSU Stadium and carried such names CSKA-Borysfen and CSKA, while the original FC CSKA Kyiv competing in lower leagues changed its name to CSKA-2 as its reserve squad.

Ukrainian Second League

Druha LihaSecond LeagueUkrainian Second Division
At that time the Central Sports Club of the Armed Forces of Ukraine obtained two professional teams, one in the Ukrainian First League, while the other in the Ukrainian Second League.

Soviet First League

First LeagueClass B2nd
In 1981–1982, the team had its last Soviet First League stint at the second level of Soviet football.

Football Championship of the Ukrainian SSR

Football Championship of Ukrainian SSRChampionship of the Ukrainian SSRUkrainian Soviet competitions

FC Desna Chernihiv

Desna ChernihivDesnaDesna Chernigov
In 1972 it was replaced with SC Chernihiv (team of the SKA Kiev) that played in Chernihiv for the next couple of years.

1978 Soviet Second League, Zone 2

1978
The "Ruby Cup" of Molod Ukrayiny newspaper (for the most scored goals) was received by SKA Kiev.

1980 Soviet Second League, Zone 5

1980
The 1980 Football Championship of Ukrainian SSR was won by SKA Kiev.

1983 Soviet Second League, Zone 6

1983Soviet Second League
The 1983 Football Championship of Ukrainian SSR was won by SKA Kiev.