FC Slavutych

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FC Slavutych was a Ukrainian football club from Slavutych, Kiev Oblast.wikipedia
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FC Slavutych was a Ukrainian football club from Slavutych, Kiev Oblast.
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1994–95 Ukrainian Third League

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The club joined competitions four rounds before the end of the 1994-95 Ukrainian Third League season replacing the bankrupted club FC Transimpeks Vyshneve which after its merge with FC Ros Bila Tserkva it moved to the town of Trezyne near Bila Tserkva.

FC Stroitel Pripyat

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The football club Stroitel Pripyat, founded in 1970s, was renamed "Stroitel Slavutych", and ceased its activities after the end of 1988 season.

FC Transimpeks Vyshneve

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The club joined competitions four rounds before the end of the 1994-95 Ukrainian Third League season replacing the bankrupted club FC Transimpeks Vyshneve which after its merge with FC Ros Bila Tserkva it moved to the town of Trezyne near Bila Tserkva.
The Football Federation of Ukraine later awarded the Transimpeks record to FC Nerefa Slavutych.

Ukraine

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FC Slavutych was a Ukrainian football club from Slavutych, Kiev Oblast.

Kiev Oblast

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FC Slavutych was a Ukrainian football club from Slavutych, Kiev Oblast.

Ukrainian Second League

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Founded in 1994, it participated in professional competitions in 1995–1998 spending three seasons in the Ukrainian Second League.

Pripyat

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The first football activities in the city started in 1987, just after its foundation to replace Pripyat, abandoned after the Chernobyl disaster of 1986.

Chernobyl disaster

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The first football activities in the city started in 1987, just after its foundation to replace Pripyat, abandoned after the Chernobyl disaster of 1986.

FC Ros Bila Tserkva

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The club joined competitions four rounds before the end of the 1994-95 Ukrainian Third League season replacing the bankrupted club FC Transimpeks Vyshneve which after its merge with FC Ros Bila Tserkva it moved to the town of Trezyne near Bila Tserkva.

Bila Tserkva

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The club joined competitions four rounds before the end of the 1994-95 Ukrainian Third League season replacing the bankrupted club FC Transimpeks Vyshneve which after its merge with FC Ros Bila Tserkva it moved to the town of Trezyne near Bila Tserkva.

Pavlo Schedrakov

Pavlo Shchedrakov
Schedrakov is a product of the Kaskad Slavutych youth sportive school system.

Valeriy Kinashenko

Valeriy Kinashenko (born 4 February 1964 in Uman) is a retired Ukrainian football forward who last played for FC Nerafa Slavutych.