Ukrainian Amateur Football Championship

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Ukrainian Amateur Football Championship is an annual association football competition in Ukraine among amateur teams.wikipedia
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2016–17 Ukrainian Football Amateur League

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Previously in 2016–17 Ukrainian Football Amateur League, 24 teams were split into two groups with winners advancing to the final game on a neutral field.
The 2016–17 Ukrainian Football Amateur League season was the 21st since it replaced the competition of physical culture clubs.

2017–18 Ukrainian Football Amateur League

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During the 2017–18 Ukrainian Football Amateur League, 26 teams were split into three groups with top teams advancing to the league's playoffs starting at quarterfinals.
The 2017–18 Ukrainian Football Amateur League season was the 22nd since it replaced the competition of physical culture clubs.

2018–19 Ukrainian Football Amateur League

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The 2018–19 Ukrainian Football Amateur League season will be the 23rd since it replaced the competition of physical culture clubs.

2016 Ukrainian Football Amateur League

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The 2016 Ukrainian Football Amateur League season is the 20th since it replaced the competition of physical culture clubs.

FC Metalist 1925 Kharkiv

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Silver medalist of the Championship of Ukraine among amateurs 2016/17.

FC Vorskla Poltava

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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

FC Zvyahel Novohrad-Volynskyi

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In 2010 the club made it to the final of the Ukrainian Amateur Football Championship.

FC Mykolaiv

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Ukrainian football championship among amateurs

FC Stal Kamianske

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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
In 1978, the new team won the Ukrainian championship for amateur clubs and was promoted to the Soviet Second League.

Ukrainian Premier League

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There are former amateur and KFK teams that eventually made it to the Ukrainian Premier League.