MFC Kremin Kremenchuk

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MFC Kremin Kremenchuk (MФК Кремінь Кременчук; Кремень Кременчуг) is a professional football club based in Kremenchuk, Ukraine.wikipedia
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1992–93 Vyshcha Liha

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Kremin Kremenchuk's best achievement in the Ukrainian Premier League was 9th place (twice, in 1992–93 and 1995–96), while reaching the semi-finals in the Ukrainian National Cup in 1996.
On June 20, 1993 Dynamo Kyiv earned their first Ukrainian title with a 4–1 away victory over Kremin Kremenchuk.

Ukrainian First League

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The club has promoted to the Ukrainian First League after reaching the 3rd place in the 2016-17 season.

2005–06 Ukrainian Second League

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For the first two seasons Kremin played in the Poltava Oblast Championship and in the 2005–06 season it joined once again with the new name MFC Kremin Krimenchuk.

2016–17 Ukrainian Second League

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The club has promoted to the Ukrainian First League after reaching the 3rd place in the 2016-17 season.

1995–96 Vyshcha Liha

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Kremin Kremenchuk's best achievement in the Ukrainian Premier League was 9th place (twice, in 1992–93 and 1995–96), while reaching the semi-finals in the Ukrainian National Cup in 1996.

Kremenchuk

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MFC Kremin Kremenchuk (MФК Кремінь Кременчук; Кремень Кременчуг) is a professional football club based in Kremenchuk, Ukraine.
Kremenchuk is home to HK Kremenchuk ice hockey team who compete in the Ukrainian Championship and FC Kremin Kremenchuk football team.

Soviet Second League

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The Soviet club was established in 1959 by the Kremenchuk factory of road equipment "Kredmash" as Dnipro Kremenchuk (Dnyepr Kremenchug) and entered the Soviet football competitions in the Class B (the 3rd tier). From 1992–97, Kremin has 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 Zone of the Soviet Second League in 1991.

Ukrainian Second League

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Since the 2005–06 season, the city's club has taken part in the Ukrainian Second League replacing another team Vorskla-2 Poltava.

Valeriy Yaremchenko

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He coached Syria (1985–87), Shakhtar (1989–94, 2001–03), Kremin (1994), Kolos (1995), Rotor (2004), Metalurh Z (2004–05).

1992 Vyshcha Liha

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Polytechnic Stadium (Kremenchuk)

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From its inception the team played at the Polytechnic Stadium, however, that stadium has fallen into disrepair, and after one season of play at Yunist Stadium in Komsomolsk, the team have moved into their brand new stadium.
Currently and historically it is the primary arena for Kremin Kremenchuk.

Ukrainian Premier League

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Kremin Kremenchuk's best achievement in the Ukrainian Premier League was 9th place (twice, in 1992–93 and 1995–96), while reaching the semi-finals in the Ukrainian National Cup in 1996. From 1992–97, Kremin has 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 Zone of the Soviet Second League in 1991.

Kremin Stadium

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City officials built FC Kremin Stadium which has covered stands for 1500 spectators and artificial pitch surface.
The stadium is a home arena for FC Kremin Kremenchuk.

Ukrainian Amateur Football Championship

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Ukrainian Championship among teams of physical culture
FC Mariupol (former Lokomotyv Zhdanov), Stal Kamianske (former Metalurh Dniprodzerzhynsk), Nyva Ternopil (former Nyva Berezhany), Torpedo Zaporizhia, Naftovyk Okhtyrka, Vorskla Poltava, Kremin Kremenchuk, Stal Alchevsk (former Stal Komunarsk), Kolos Kovalivka

Yunist Stadium (Horishni Plavni)

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From its inception the team played at the Polytechnic Stadium, however, that stadium has fallen into disrepair, and after one season of play at Yunist Stadium in Komsomolsk, the team have moved into their brand new stadium.
For Ukrainian Second League 2008-09 season the stadium is a home arena for FC Hirnyk-Sport Komsomolsk and FC Kremin Kremenchuk.

Serhiy Svystun

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He has been a manager for FC Adoms Kremenchuk, FC Atlant Kremenchuk, FC Kremin Kremenchuk.