Ukrainian Cup

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The Ukrainian Cup is an association football national knockout cup competition run by the Ukrainian Association of Football.wikipedia
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Ukrainian Amateur Cup

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In 1997 and 1998, only winners of the Ukrainian Amateur Cup were allowed to participate.
The nationwide competition among amateur teams in cup format (Olympic system) was revived in the 1996–97 season and since 2008 the winner receives the right to progress to the Ukrainian Cup which serves professional clubs.

Ukrainian Premier League

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Since the 2003–04 season, the Cup winner qualifies to play the Ukrainian Premier League winner for the Ukrainian Super Cup.
All the participants of the Premier League enter the National Cup competition and enter it at the round of 32 (1/16th of the final) or Round of 16 stage.

Ukrainian Super Cup

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Since the 2003–04 season, the Cup winner qualifies to play the Ukrainian Premier League winner for the Ukrainian Super Cup.
Originally it was set as a contest between the winners of the previous season's Ukrainian Championship and Ukrainian Cup.

1992 Vyshcha Liha

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The first Cup competition in independent Ukraine had an unlikely winner, similar to the championship of 1992.
The championship started on March 6, about a month later after the qualification rounds of another national tournament, the first edition of Ukrainian Cup.

Ukrainian Association of Football

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The Ukrainian Cup is an association football national knockout cup competition run by the Ukrainian Association of Football.
Its main features include football competitions including the Ukrainian Professional League, the Ukrainian Cup, the Amatory, the competitions among the youth (under-18), and also the Ukraine national football team.

Professional Football League of Ukraine

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Earlier rounds are under the administration of the PFL Ukraine.
The League organizes the football competition for football clubs in the second and the third level of the Ukrainian league system known as Persha Liha and Druha Liha respectfully as well as early stages of the Ukrainian Cup.

Ukrainian Second League Cup

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In 1999, a new tournament, the Ukrainian Second League Cup, was established; with that change, amateur clubs were excluded from the Ukrainian Cup competition.
Created in 1999 to qualify its winner and finalist for the national cup (Ukrainian Cup), after the 2000-01 season it was discontinued.

1992–93 Ukrainian Cup

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1992–93 Ukrainian Cup was the second edition of the Ukrainian Cup competition.

1993–94 Ukrainian Cup

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The Ukrainian Cup 1993–94 is the third annual edition of Ukraine's football knockout competition, known as the Ukrainian Cup.

1994–95 Ukrainian Cup

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The Ukrainian Cup 1994–95 is the fourth annual edition of Ukraine's football knockout competition, known as the Ukrainian Cup.

1995–96 Ukrainian Cup

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The Ukrainian Cup 1995–96 is the fifth annual edition of Ukraine's football knockout competition, known as the Ukrainian Cup.

1996–97 Ukrainian Cup

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The 1996–97 Ukrainian Cup is the sixth annual edition of Ukraine's football knockout competition, known as the Ukrainian Cup.

Olimpiyskiy National Sports Complex

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The Ukrainian Cup finals are played most often at the main countries association football venue, Olympiyskiy National Sports Complex.
The stadium is an official home ground of the Ukraine national football team and was the official venue of the Ukrainian Cup final until 2008.

1993 Ukrainian Cup Final

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Unlike Dynamo that travelled to Western Ukraine on three occasions before meeting with the former runner-up of the Ukrainian Cup, FC Metalist Kharkiv, and didn't meet any resistance along the way; Karpaty had a much more difficult road.

1998–99 Ukrainian Cup

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The 1998-99 Ukrainian Cup was the eighth annual season of Ukraine's football knockout competition, also known as Kubok of Ukraine.

SC Tavriya Simferopol

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The cup was also won by 🇮🇹 Nevio Scala (Shakhtar) and Serhiy Puchkov (Tavriya).
Their best performance in the Ukrainian Cup came in 2010, where they defeated FC Metalurh Donetsk in the final to win the competition.

1999–2000 Ukrainian Cup

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The Ukrainian Cup 1999–2000 was the ninth annual edition of Ukraine's football knockout competition, known as the Ukrainian Cup.

2000–01 Ukrainian Cup

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The Ukrainian Cup 2000–01 was the tenth annual edition of Ukraine's football knockout competition, known as the Ukrainian Cup.

2001–02 Ukrainian Cup

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The Ukrainian Cup 2001–02 was the 11th annual edition of Ukraine's football knockout competition, known as the Ukrainian Cup.

2002–03 Ukrainian Cup

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The Ukrainian Cup 2002–03 was the 12th annual edition of Ukraine's football knockout competition, known as the Ukrainian Cup.

FC Karpaty Lviv

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They reached 3rd place in 1997-98, their highest Ukrainian top division finish to date, and were Ukrainian Cup runners-up twice, losing both times to Dynamo Kyiv in the final.

2003–04 Ukrainian Cup

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The Ukrainian Cup 2003–04 was the 13th annual edition of Ukraine's football knockout competition, known as the Ukrainian Cup.

FC Dynamo Kyiv

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The main contender, Dynamo Kyiv, settled for a draw in its first game at home against a team that was an amateur club in Soviet times, Skala Stryi.
The stadium has been the home of the Ukrainian Cup final since its inaugural game in 1992 and up until 2007.

2004–05 Ukrainian Cup

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The Ukrainian Cup 2004–05 was the 14th annual edition of Ukraine's football knockout competition, known as the Ukrainian Cup.