FC Oleksandriya

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Football Club Oleksandriya, commonly known as Oleksandriya, is a Ukrainian professional football club based in the city of Oleksandriya, Kirovohrad Oblast.wikipedia
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Ukrainian Second League

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In 2004 the president of Polihraftekhnika reestablished the club as PFC Oleksandriya, rejoined the Professional Football League and entered the Druha Liha.
During the 2002-03 season Ukrainian football saw the withdrawal of a Top League club for the first time (Polihraftekhnika Oleksandriya).

2014–15 Ukrainian First League

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Prior to the start of 2014–15 Ukrainian First League season PFC Oleksandriya going through some financial difficulties merged with UkrAhroKom Holovkivka who were also competing in the Ukrainian First League into one club and renaming themselves to FC Oleksandriya.
PFC Oleksandriya refused promotion to the Premier League.

2015–16 Ukrainian Premier League

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In the 2015–16 Ukrainian Premier League season, FC Oleksandriya finished 6th place, earning their best achievement in the Ukrainian top flight yet and qualifying for the third qualifying round of UEFA Europa League, where they will mark their debut in a European competition.

Ukrainian Premier League

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Founded in 1948, the club plays in the Ukrainian Premier League.

FC UkrAhroKom Holovkivka

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Prior to the start of 2014–15 Ukrainian First League season PFC Oleksandriya going through some financial difficulties merged with UkrAhroKom Holovkivka who were also competing in the Ukrainian First League into one club and renaming themselves to FC Oleksandriya.
Prior to the start of 2014–15 Ukrainian First League season UkrAhroKom Holovkivka merged with PFC Oleksandriya, who were also competing in the Ukrainian First League into one club renaming themselves to FC Oleksandriya.

Ukrainian First League

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Prior to the start of 2014–15 Ukrainian First League season PFC Oleksandriya going through some financial difficulties merged with UkrAhroKom Holovkivka who were also competing in the Ukrainian First League into one club and renaming themselves to FC Oleksandriya.
The title of the league's top scorer earned on multiple occasions the following players, Serhiy Chuichenko (4 times, Polihraftekhnika Oleksandriya), Oleh Hrytsai (2 times, FC Cherkasy), Oleksandr Aliyev (2 times, Dynamo-2 Kyiv), Matviy Bobal (2 times, Ihroservis Simferopol), Oleksandr Akymenko (2 times, Stal / Inhulets).

Volodymyr Sharan

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Volodymyr Bohdanovych Sharan (Володимир Богданович Шаран; born 18 September 1971 in the Mariyampil) was a Ukrainian football midfielder who represented Ukraine once at the national level and currently is a manager of FC Oleksandriya.

1992–93 Ukrainian First League

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Impressive season was for the FC Vorskla Poltava and FC Polihraftekhnika Oleksandria who will be setting a pace in the following years in the league.

1993–94 Ukrainian First League

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In the last round Evis Mykolaiv (Shipbuilders) snatched the ticket to the Ukrainian Premier League from under the nose of Polihraftekhnika Oleksandriya (a point ahead of the Shipbuilders) by beating Naftovyk Okhtyrka 2:1 after allowing the first goal.

2011–12 Ukrainian Premier League

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The season began on 8 July 2011 when newly promoted PFC Oleksandria visited FC Vorskla Poltava.

Serhiy Kuzmenko

Since the 2014 merger under the new manager Serhiy Kuzmenko (former chairman of FC UkrAhroKom), the club now claims its heritage of the Soviet miner's team of Shakhtar Oleksandriya by adding year of Shakhtar's establishment onto its club shield.
After acquiring PFC Oleksandriya from Mykola Lavrenko in 2013, he merged both clubs under the name FC Oleksandriya in 2014.

FC Krystal Oleksandria

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At the same time the Oleksandriya city administration created own football club MFC Oleksandriya which also entered the Druha Liha, however, soon thereafter the city's club withdrew from professional competitions.