|Event||2005–06 Ukrainian Cup|
|Date||2 May 2006|
|Venue||NSC Olimpiyskiy, Kyiv|
The 2006 Ukrainian Cup Final was a football match that took place at the Olympic NSC on 2 May 2006. The match was the 15th Ukrainian Cup final, and it was contested by Metalurh Zaporizhzhia and Dynamo Kyiv. The Olympic stadium is the traditional arena for the Cup final.
All 16 Ukrainian Premier League clubs do not have to go through qualification to get into the competition, so Dynamo and Metalurh Zaporizhzhia both qualified for the competition automatically.
|Dynamo Kyiv||1–0||Metalurh Zaporizhzhia|
|Kléber 47'||Report |
FC Metalurh Zaporizhzhia
|Ukrainian Cup 2006 Winners|
| Dynamo Kyiv |
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