FC Nyva Vinnytsia

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FC Nyva Vinnytsia is a professional Ukrainian football club based in the city of Vinnytsia.wikipedia
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1993–94 Vyshcha Liha

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Nyva Vinnytsia's best achievement in the Ukrainian Premier League was 10th place in the 1993–94 season.

1995–96 Ukrainian Cup

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The club also surprisingly made the 1995–96 Ukrainian Cup finals, only to lose to Dynamo Kyiv.
The cup holder Shakhtar Donetsk was eliminated in away game against Nyva Vinnytsia on penalties in semifinals.

Soviet Second League

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From 1992 to 1998, Nyva Vinnytsia played in the Ukrainian Premier League, after being initially chosen to participate for being one of the top 9 (of 11) Ukrainian teams from the West Division of the Soviet Second League in 1991.

Ukrainian First League

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It had a little break in the '93 season when it joined the company of the second division teams in the First League.

2016–17 Ukrainian Second League

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The club successfully passed attestation and will compete in the 2016–17 Ukrainian Second League season.

1992–93 Ukrainian First League

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The league was reorganized from the previous season into a single group of 22 teams of which the best one was Nyva Vinnytsia.

2016 Ukrainian Football Amateur League

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The club competed in 2016 in the 2016 Ukrainian Football Amateur League finishing second in their group.
Following amateur teams were awarded professional licenses for the 2016–17 Ukrainian Second League: FC Balkany Zorya, FC Nyva-V Vinnytsia, FC Podillya Khmelnytskyi, FC Rukh Vynnyky, and FC Zhemchuzhyna Odesa.

1964 Ukrainian Class B

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The 1964 Football Championship of Ukrainian SSR (Class B) was won by FC Lokomotyv Vinnytsia.

JK Tallinna Sadam

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As a result, Nyva took part in the 1996–97 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, even progressing to the First round after beating JK Tallinna Sadam on away goals (1:2 loss in Tallinn and 1:0 win in Vinnytsia).

Vinnytsia

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As a result, Nyva took part in the 1996–97 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, even progressing to the First round after beating JK Tallinna Sadam on away goals (1:2 loss in Tallinn and 1:0 win in Vinnytsia). FC Nyva Vinnytsia is a professional Ukrainian football club based in the city of Vinnytsia. The club plays on one of two stadiums in Vinnytsia: the Sports Complex Nyva with a capacity of 5,000 spectators and club's training facilities located there, and the Municipal Central Stadium (former Lokomotyv) that was expanded prior to 1980's Olympics with capacity of 24,000 spectators. However, Swiss side FC Sion beat the Ukrainian side with a 6:0 score on aggregate (2:0 in Sion and 4:0 in Vinnytsia).

FC Nyva Bershad

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In 2006 it was replaced with FC Bershad from Bershad, Vinnytsia oblast (see FC Nyva Bershad).
In the 1996–97 the club entered the Ukrainian Second League and during this period becomes a farm club for Nyva Vinnytsia.

Tsentralnyi Stadion (Vinnytsia)

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The club plays on one of two stadiums in Vinnytsia: the Sports Complex Nyva with a capacity of 5,000 spectators and club's training facilities located there, and the Municipal Central Stadium (former Lokomotyv) that was expanded prior to 1980's Olympics with capacity of 24,000 spectators.
It is currently used mostly for football matches, and is the home of FC Nyva Vinnytsia and FC Vinnytsia.

2009–10 Ukrainian Second League

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Kremin Kremenchuk and Nyva Vinnytsia would determine the vacancy created.

Ukrainian Second League

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For the 2007–08 season the club reentered professional league competition into the Second League as FC Nyva-Svitanok, the new part of its name meaning dawn, or new beginning.

1992 Vyshcha Liha

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Ukrainian Premier League

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Nyva Vinnytsia's best achievement in the Ukrainian Premier League was 10th place in the 1993–94 season. From 1992 to 1998, Nyva Vinnytsia played in the Ukrainian Premier League, after being initially chosen to participate for being one of the top 9 (of 11) Ukrainian teams from the West Division of the Soviet Second League in 1991.

Football Championship of the Ukrainian SSR

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1996–97 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup

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As a result, Nyva took part in the 1996–97 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, even progressing to the First round after beating JK Tallinna Sadam on away goals (1:2 loss in Tallinn and 1:0 win in Vinnytsia).

FC Sion

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However, Swiss side FC Sion beat the Ukrainian side with a 6:0 score on aggregate (2:0 in Sion and 4:0 in Vinnytsia).

2010–11 Ukrainian First League

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Kremin Kremenchuk and Nyva Vinnytsia would determine the vacancy created.