2003 Ukrainian Cup Final

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2003 Ukrainian Cup Final
Event Ukrainian Cup 2002-03
Date25 May 2003
Venue NSC Olimpiyskiy, Kyiv
Referee A. Shandor (Lviv)
Attendance71,000
Weather28°C
2002
2004

The 2003 Ukrainian Cup Final was a football match that took place at the NSC Olimpiyskiy on 25 May 2003. The match was the 12th Ukrainian Cup Final and it was contested by Dynamo Kyiv and Shakhtar Donetsk. The 2003 Ukrainian Cup Final was the 12th to be held in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv. Dynamo won the match 2–1.

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Match details

Dynamo Kyiv 2 1 Shakhtar Donetsk
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NSC Olimpiyskiy, Kyiv
Attendance: 71,000
Referee: Andriy Shandor (Lviv)
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Dynamo Kyiv
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Shakhtar Donetsk
Dynamo Kyiv:
GK12 Flag of Ukraine (1992-2006).svg Vitaliy Reva
DF26 Flag of Ukraine (1992-2006).svg Andriy Nesmachniy
DF3 Flag of Ukraine (1992-2006).svg Serhiy Fedorov
DF4 Flag of Ukraine (1992-2006).svg Oleksandr Holovko
MF36 Flag of Croatia.svg Jerko Leko Sub off.svg 46'
FW16 Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Maxim Shatskikh
DF35 Flag of Croatia.svg Goran Sablić Sub off.svg 18'
MF32 Flag of Yugoslavia (1992-2003); Flag of Serbia and Montenegro (2003-2006).svg Goran Gavrančić
MF14 Flag of Ukraine (1992-2006).svg Andriy Husin
MF11 Flag of Bulgaria.svg Georgi Peev
MF8 Flag of Belarus (1995-2012).svg Valiatsin Bialkevich
Substitutes:
GK33 Flag of Ukraine (1992-2006).svg Oleksandr Shovkovskyi
DFXX Flag of Morocco.svg Badr El Kaddouri
MF2 Flag of Belarus.svg Aliaksandr Khatskevich Yellow card.svg 49'Sub on.svg 18'
MF15 Flag of Brazil.svg Diogo Rincón Sub on.svg 46'
MF10 Flag of Romania.svg Florin Cernat
FW25 Flag of Ukraine (1992-2006).svg Artem Milevskyi
MF36 Flag of Romania.svg Tiberiu Ghioane
Manager:
Flag of Ukraine (1992-2006).svg Oleksiy Mykhaylichenko
Shakhtar Donetsk:
GK12 Flag of Ukraine (1992-2006).svg Dmytro Shutkov
DF2 Flag of Ukraine (1992-2006).svg Mykhailo Starostyak Sub off.svg 40'
DF22 Flag of Nigeria.svg Isaac Okoronkwo
DF24 Flag of Bulgaria.svg Predrag Pažin
DF5 Flag of Ukraine (1992-2006).svg Serhiy Popov Yellow card.svg 72'
MF27 Flag of Yugoslavia (1992-2003); Flag of Serbia and Montenegro (2003-2006).svg Nenad Lalatović Sub off.svg 79'
DF18 Flag of Poland.svg Mariusz Lewandowski
FW8 Flag of Ukraine (1992-2006).svg Aleksei Bakharev
MF15 Flag of Ukraine (1992-2006).svg Adrian Pukanych
FW20 Flag of Ukraine (1992-2006).svg Oleksiy Bielik Yellow card.svg 52'Sub off.svg 60'
FW11 Flag of Ukraine (1992-2006).svg Andriy Vorobey Yellow card.svg 24'
Substitutes:
GKXX Flag of Poland.svg Wojciech Kowalewski
DF3 Flag of Lithuania.svg Dainius Gleveckas Sub on.svg 79'
FW10 Flag of Brazil.svg Brandão Sub on.svg 60'
DF13 Flag of Senegal.svg Assane N'Diaye Sub on.svg 40'
XXXX Flag of Ukraine (1992-2006).svg Hennadiy Zubov
XXXX Flag of Ukraine (1992-2006).svg Ruslan Levyha
XXXX Flag of Ukraine (1992-2006).svg Yevhen Bredun
Manager:
Flag of Germany.svg Bernd Schuster

MATCH OFFICIALS

MATCH RULES

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra-time if necessary.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level.
  • Seven named substitutes
  • Maximum of 3 substitutions.

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References

  1. "Official Match Report". ffu.org.ua (in Ukrainian). 2006-05-02. Retrieved 2010-07-01.