FC Dniester Ovidiopol

FC Dniester Ovidiopol

Football club infobox
clubname = FC Dnister Ovidiopol

fullname = FC Dnister Ovidiopol
nickname = Dnister
founded = 1992
ground = Dnister Stadium "Victor Dukov"
capacity = 1,500
chairman = Andriy Prodayevych
mgrtitle = Head Coach
manager =
league = Persha Liha
season = 2007–08
position = 12th
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FC Dniester Ovidiopol is a Ukrainian football club based in Ovidiopol, Odessa Oblast. Dnestr play on "Dnestr" stadium, also called "Victor Dukov" stadium. It has just 1500 seats. Dnestr plays in blue-white colors. The club plays in the Persha Liha.


The first football team in Ovidiopol was established in 1947. There was an amateur team, called "Dzerzhinets", which played in the local competitions of Odessa region and Ukraine. Amateur Ovidiopol team became Odessa region champions in 1980. Professional football club was created in 1992 based on the amateur team - shortly after Soviet Union breakup in 1991. The team played in the amateur Ukrainian championship in 1998 and won it in 1999. Since 2001 Dniester has played in the professional leagues of Ukrainian football.

Statistics in Ukrainian championships (2001/02–2006/07): 176 games, 82 wins, 41 draws, 52 loses. Goal differences: 214-149. The best place in the second league: 1st (promotion to the first league)

Dnestr also played in Ukrainian Cup. Statistics for 2002/03–2006/07: 2 wins, 5 loses.

Current squad

The current squad according to the [http://www.dnestr.com.ua/team/ Official Website] as of August 30, 2008.

"For recent transfers, see List of Ukrainian football transfers summer 2008."


*Ukrainian Druha Liha: 1:: 2005/06 Champions Group A

League and Cup History


External links

ru icon [http://www.dnestr.com.ua/ Official website]

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