FC Karpaty Lviv

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Football Club Karpaty Lviv is a Ukrainian professional football club based in Lviv.wikipedia
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Soviet Second League

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Karpaty debuted in Group B in 1963 and remained there for four seasons, until in 1968 they were promoted to Soviet First League.
The last winners of the League were FC Karpaty Lviv, FC Asmaral Moscow, and FC Okean Nakhodka.

Ukrainian Premier League

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Since Ukraine gained its independence, Karpaty have primarily participated in Ukrainian Premier League competitions. The thirteenth season in Ukrainian Premier League became an unfortunate one for Karpaty and in the 2003–04 season the team was relegated to the Persha Liha.
Other popular clubs include Karpaty Lviv and Chornomorets Odesa.

Arena Lviv

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Main articles: Ukraina Stadium and Arena Lviv
NK Veres Rivne and FC Karpaty Lviv use the stadium for home games.

Anatoliy Kroshchenko

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The first official game was against Lokomotiv Gomel on April 23, 1963, which Karpaty won 1–0 (goal scored by Anatoliy Kroshchenko).
In 1963 Kroshchenko joined the newly established FC Karpaty Lviv where he spent most of his sports career.

Oleksandr Filiayev

The goal was scored by the club's captain Oleksandr Filiayev.
Oleksandr Filiayev (Олександр Євгенович Філяєв; 26 August 1934 – 21 June 2019) was a Ukrainian professional football player who played as striker and is known as the first captain in the history of FC Karpaty Lviv.

Ukrainian Cup

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They reached 3rd place in 1997-98, their highest Ukrainian top division finish to date, and were Ukrainian Cup runners-up twice, losing both times to Dynamo Kyiv in the final.

Ukraina Stadium

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Main articles: Ukraina Stadium and Arena Lviv
It is currently used mostly for association football matches, and is the home of FC Karpaty Lviv.

Ihor Kulchytskyi

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Out of "Silmash" only two joined Karpaty: Ihor Kulchytskyi and Josef Fales.
In 1969 being a captain of Karpaty Lviv, he led the team to victory in the Soviet Cup competition where in final at Luzhniki Stadium of Vladimir Lenin they beat Rostov Army team.

SKA Lviv

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At that time the best city team was SKA Lvov, players of which did not stay there for long, leaving it at the end of their military service, while the best would be drafted to CSKA Moscow. Karpaty became the longest surviving city's professional football club and over the years participated in Lviv city derbies with SKA Lvov (in 1966-1969) and FC Lviv (in 2008-09 season), before both clubs were dissolved.
As SKA Karpaty the club dissolved the main team was reorganized as SFK Drohobych and moved to Drohobych, Lviv Oblast (see FC Halychyna Drohobych), simultaneously FC Karpaty Lviv was reinstated as well.

Lviv

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Football Club Karpaty Lviv is a Ukrainian professional football club based in Lviv.
FC Karpaty Lviv, founded in 1963, plays in the first division of the Ukrainian Premier League.

Lviv Oblast Football Federation

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In 1962 Silmash Lviv won the championship and cup of the Lviv Oblast (see Lviv Oblast Football Federation) and, thus, obtained the rights to participate in the Soviet Class B championship (Soviet First League).

Soviet First League

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Karpaty debuted in Group B in 1963 and remained there for four seasons, until in 1968 they were promoted to Soviet First League. In 1962 Silmash Lviv won the championship and cup of the Lviv Oblast (see Lviv Oblast Football Federation) and, thus, obtained the rights to participate in the Soviet Class B championship (Soviet First League).

FC Volyn Lutsk

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Karpaty's biggest rival today is Volyn Lutsk.
Volyn's biggest rival today is Karpaty Lviv.

Josef Fales

Out of "Silmash" only two joined Karpaty: Ihor Kulchytskyi and Josef Fales.
He is known as a defensive player who played for number of clubs among which are Trudovye Rezervy from Lviv and Leningrad (Saint Petersburg), Karpaty Lviv and others.

FC Dynamo Kyiv

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They reached 3rd place in 1997-98, their highest Ukrainian top division finish to date, and were Ukrainian Cup runners-up twice, losing both times to Dynamo Kyiv in the final. Karpaty is one of the three surviving Ukrainian football team created in the Soviet Union that did not participate in the Football Championship of the Ukrainian SSR along with Dynamo Kyiv and Shakhtar Donetsk.
Dynamo maintains friendly relations with: Karpaty Lviv, Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk (Braty po zbroyi; Band of Brothers), Hutnik Kraków and with Zalgiris Vilnius fans.

FC Lviv

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Karpaty became the longest surviving city's professional football club and over the years participated in Lviv city derbies with SKA Lvov (in 1966-1969) and FC Lviv (in 2008-09 season), before both clubs were dissolved.
The decisive match for them happened in the last round against another Lviv team Karpaty in the Lviv derby when they lost 2–1.

Danilo Avelar

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The article claimed that the club protects its players from its nationalist fans, and Danilo Avelar, a player from Brazil, stated that he "hasn't heard of nationalist fans and hopes it isn't true".
On 10 May 2010, he joined Karpaty Lviv in Ukrainian Premier League on loan until December 2010.

Soviet Top League

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The game was perceived by the Lvivians as the chance to avenge for the last year loss to the Mykolaivans, which cost them a ticket to the Soviet Premiership.

Ukrainian First League

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The thirteenth season in Ukrainian Premier League became an unfortunate one for Karpaty and in the 2003–04 season the team was relegated to the Persha Liha.

1991 Soviet Second League, Zone West

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The competition was won by FC Karpaty Lviv.

Ukraina Lwów

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In December 1962, in the building of Regional Council of Trade Unions (at prospekt Shevchenka), the head of the council and the regional football federation, Hlib Klymov, invited coaches of Silmash – Yuri Zubach (former player of Ukraina Lwów) and Vasyl Solomonko, as well as the director of the city plant "Lvivsilmash" Ivan Kalynychenko to discuss a new name for the club.

1993 Ukrainian Cup Final

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The match was the second final of national cup competition and it was contested by FC Dynamo Kyiv and FC Karpaty Lviv.

2011 Copa del Sol

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The winner of the tournament was awarded €40,000 FC Karpaty Lviv won the tournament after beating FC Shakhtar Donetsk with 1-0 in the final.

St Patrick's Athletic F.C.

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Mahon led a successful Europa League campaign, knocking out Íþróttabandalag Vestmannaeyja from Iceland and FC Shakhter Karagandy from Kazakhstan before eventually being knocked out in the third qualifying round by Ukrainian side FC Karpaty Lviv.