Ukrainian Cup

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Ukrainian Cup
Founded1992
RegionFlag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine
Number of teams45
Qualifier for UEFA Europa League
(UEFA Cup Winners' Cup before 1999)
Domestic cup(s) Ukrainian Super Cup
Current champions Shakhtar Donetsk
(14th title)
Most successful club(s) Shakhtar Donetsk
(14 titles)
Website Official website
Soccerball current event.svg 2023–24 Ukrainian Cup

The Ukrainian Cup (Ukrainian : Кубок України) is an association football national knockout cup competition run by the Ukrainian Association of Football. The competition is conducted almost exclusively among professional clubs. [1] Since the 2003–04 season, the Cup winner qualifies to play the Ukrainian Premier League winner for the Ukrainian Super Cup.

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Current format and eligibility criteria

For the competition are eligible first teams of all Ukrainian professional clubs. Beside professional clubs, to the competition is also invited both finalists of the Ukrainian Amateur Cup preceding season. If both finalists obtained professional status (admitted to the Second League (tier 3)), then two better performers of the amateur competition are invited. Beside the initial draw, all the draws are conducted the next day after all the matches of the round is played.

The format of this competition consists of two phases: a qualification phase with two rounds followed by the competition proper (four rounds and the final game) when all Premier League (tier 1) clubs enter the competition. [2] The Ukrainian Association of Football organizes the draw in qualification phase by geographic principles, so to accommodate "smaller" clubs (in lower tiers) by reducing their travel time. Often times the very first qualification round involves matches between the amateur teams and either the newly admitted professional clubs or clubs that struggled in prior season. For the next couple of qualification rounds enter clubs of the Second League (tier 3) and First League (tier 2). The final is usually taken place at the Olimpiyskiy National Sports Complex, however due reconstruction of the stadium to prepare to the UEFA Euro 2012, the final had been played at other venues temporarily. After that this tradition has ceased.

Past variations of the competition involved a home-away type of elimination, but the Ukrainian Cup has since changed to a single game per round format. In recent years, a conditional replay game was introduced to avoid penalty shootouts. Cup draws may be conducted for two consecutive rounds, but usually occur before each following round. The lower division teams are usually awarded the home-field advantage (or the first leg at home in case of a two-leg round).

History

First Ukrainian SSR Cup on cover of the Soviet Union Covers of the SU - First Ukrainian SSR Cup 1938.jpg
First Ukrainian SSR Cup on cover of the Soviet Union

Ukrainian Cup competitions have been conducted since at least 1936. [3] The first of season in 1936 was officially known as Spring Championship, the decision about which was adopted by the All-Ukrainian football Section. [3] Initially called also as the Spring Championship, sometime during the 1937 season the tournament was renamed by mass media as the Cup of the Ukrainian SSR (Ukrainian : Кубок УРСР, Kubok URSR). [3] The official change was adopted by the Republican Football Conference only in April 1938. [3] To commemorate the event, in 1979 the Soviet Ministry of Communication released an envelope with depiction of the trophy (see the picture). [3] The streamer on top of a picture reads in Russian language "The first Cup of Ukraine in football" (Russian : Первый кубок Украины по футболу, Pervyi kubok Ukrainy po futbolu), while the same thing is written at the picture's footer in Ukrainian language (Ukrainian : Перший кубок України з футболу, Perhyi kubok Ukrayiny z futbolu).

In 1944 as compensation for the canceled republican championship there was conducted next tournament in September. [3] The decision to conduct the tournament was adopted on 6 September 1944 by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Ukraine. [3] The tournament was also known as Ukrainian Cup [4] or Ukrainian Bowl (Ukrainian : Келих УРСР, Kelykh URSR). [3] After World War II, subsequent editions of the national Cup were downgraded to a republican cup competition that was limited to lower league clubs and teams participating in the KFK competitions (amateurs). The timeframe of the tournament also shifted from spring time to fall (end of calendar year). [3] Already in 1948 FC Lokomotyv Kharkiv as one of the Soviet Top League clubs from Ukraine chose not to participate in the Ukrainian Cup competition. [3] In 1959 the tournament was cancelled completely and replaced with Football Cup among collective of physical culture (a predecessor to Ukrainian Amateur Cup).

In 1970s the Ukrainian Cup competitions were revived and conducted parallel to Ukrainian Amateur Cup for several seasons. In second half of 1970 the tournament was discontinued once again until 1990.

The first Cup competition in independent Ukraine had an unlikely winner, similar to the championship of 1992. 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. In the following quarter-finals round, the team faced defeat by Torpedo Zaporizhia. Eventually that competition was won by Chornomorets Odesa.

In 2008, the Football Federation of Ukraine signed a contract with the company Datagroup, [5] naming the company as the main sponsor of the tournament for the next four years. Datagroup introduced its new version of the cup trophy, [6] the first winner of which became Shakhtar Donetsk. [7] In 2010, there was an attempt to launch an independent website for the competition, which was active for only a couple of months.

Venues

Final Ievro-2012. NSK <<Olimpiis'kii>>. 3 khvilini pislia final'nogo svistka.JPG
Olimpiyskiy
Metalist Stadium Kharkiv.jpg
Metalist
Panoramio - V&A Dudush - Domashniaia arena Dnepra.jpg
Dnipro
Arena Lviv 2015.jpg
Lviv
most used arenas

The Ukrainian Cup finals are played most often at the main countries association football venue, Olympiyskiy National Sports Complex. Since 2008 and establishing of the Ukrainian Premier League, the final games started to be conducted at alternative stadiums among which most often was used the Metalist Oblast Sports Complex and the Dnipro Arena.

Finals

Source: [8] [9]

YearVenueWinnerScoreRunner-up
1992
Final
31 May 1992 19:00 (EEST)
KyivRepublican Stadium
Attendance: 12,000
Chornomorets Odesa
Ilia Tsymbalar Soccerball shade.svg107'
1 – 0
(0 – 0)
( a.e.t. )
Metalist Kharkiv
1992–93
Final
30 May 1993 ? (EEST)
KyivRepublican Stadium
Attendance: 47,000
Dynamo Kyiv
Victor Leonenko Soccerball shade.svg23'
Dmytro Topchiyev Soccerball shade.svg64'

2 – 1
(1 – 0)
Karpaty Lviv
Ihor Plotko Soccerball shade.svg89' (pen.)
1993–94
Final
29 May 1994 17:00 (EEST)
KyivRepublican Stadium
Attendance: 5,000
Chornomorets Odesa 0 – 0
(0 – 0)
(a.e.t.) (5–3 p)
Tavriya Simferopol
1994–95
Final
28 May 1995 ? (EEST)
KyivRepublican Stadium
Attendance: 42,500
Shakhtar Donetsk
Ihor Petrov Soccerball shade.svg78'
1 – 1
(0 – 1)
(a.e.t.) (7–6 p)
Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk
Aleksandr Zakharov Soccerball shade.svg23'
1995–96
Final
26 May 1996 ? (EEST)
KyivNSC "Olimpiyskiy"
Attendance: 47,000
Dynamo Kyiv
Serhii Rebrov Soccerball shade.svg27'
Yuri Maximov Soccerball shade.svg59'
2 – 0
(1 – 0)
Nyva Vinnytsia
1996–97
Final
25 May 1997 ? (EEST)
KyivNSC "Olimpiyskiy"
Attendance: 26,000
Shakhtar Donetsk
Serhiy Atelkin Soccerball shade.svg36'
1 – 0
(1 – 0)
Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk
1997–98
Final
31 May 1998 ? (EEST)
KyivNSC "Olimpiyskiy"
Attendance: 43,500
Dynamo Kyiv
Andriy Shevchenko Soccerball shade.svg1', 30'
2 – 1
(2 – 0)
CSKA Kyiv
Vasyl Novokhatskyi Soccerball shade.svg54'
1998–99
Final
30 May 1999 ? (EEST)
KyivNSC "Olimpiyskiy"
Attendance: 71,000
Dynamo Kyiv
Andriy Shevchenko Soccerball shade.svg18', 67'
Valentin Belkevich Soccerball shade.svg19'
3 – 0
(2 – 0)
Karpaty Lviv
1999–00
Final
27 May 2000 ? (EEST)
KyivNSC "Olimpiyskiy"
Attendance: 45,500
Dynamo Kyiv
Aliaksandr Khatskevich Soccerball shade.svg45'
1 – 0
(1 – 0)
Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih
2000–01
Final
27 May 2001 17:00 (EEST)
KyivNSC "Olimpiyskiy"
Attendance: 55,000
Shakhtar Donetsk
Serhiy Atelkin Soccerball shade.svg78', 119'
2 – 1
(0 – 1; 1 – 1)
( a.e.t. )
CSKA Kyiv
Ruslan Kostyshyn Soccerball shade.svg7'
2001–02
Final
26 May 2002 19:00 (EEST)
KyivNSC "Olimpiyskiy"
Attendance: 81,000
Shakhtar Donetsk
Serhiy Popov Soccerball shade.svg10'
Serhiy Atelkin Soccerball shade.svg81'
Andriy Vorobei Soccerball shade.svg99'
3 – 2
(1 – 1; 2 – 2)
( a.e.t. )
Dynamo Kyiv
Valentin Belkevich Soccerball shade.svg31'
Maksim Shatskikh Soccerball shade.svg50'
2002–03
Final
25 May 2003 17:00 (EEST)
KyivNSC "Olimpiyskiy"
Attendance: 71,000
Dynamo Kyiv
Aliaksandr Khatskevich Soccerball shade.svg56'
Diogo Rincón Soccerball shade.svg90+'
2 – 1
(0 – 1)
Shakhtar Donetsk
Andriy Vorobei Soccerball shade.svg18'
2003–04
Final
30 May 2004 17:00 (EEST)
KyivNSC "Olimpiyskiy"
Attendance: 60,000
Shakhtar Donetsk
Oleksiy Byelik Soccerball shade.svg1'
Anatoliy Tymoshchuk Soccerball shade.svg90+'
2 – 0
(1 – 0)
Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk
2004–05
Final
29 May 2005 17:00 (EEST)
KyivNSC "Olimpiyskiy"
Attendance: 68,000
Dynamo Kyiv
Diogo Rincón Soccerball shade.svg11' (pen.)
1 – 0
(1 – 0)
Shakhtar Donetsk
2005–06
Final
2 May 2006 17:00 (EEST)
KyivNSC "Olimpiyskiy"
Attendance: 25,000
Dynamo Kyiv
Kléber Soccerball shade.svg47'
1 – 0
(0 – 0)
Metalurh Zaporizhya
2006–07
Final
28 May 2007 19:00 (EEST)
KyivNSC "Olimpiyskiy"
Attendance: 64,500
Dynamo Kyiv
Kléber Soccerball shade.svg58'
Oleh Husyev Soccerball shade.svg80'
2 – 1
(0 – 0)
Shakhtar Donetsk
Elano Soccerball shade.svg89'
2007–08
Final
7 May 2008 19:00 (EEST)
KharkivOSC "Metalist"
Attendance: 28,000
Shakhtar Donetsk
Oleksandr Hladkyy Soccerball shade.svg44'
Oleksiy Hai Soccerball shade.svg78'
2 – 0
(1 – 0)
Dynamo Kyiv
2008–09
Final
31 May 2009 17:00 (EEST)
DnipropetrovskDnipro Arena
Attendance: 25,700
Vorskla Poltava
Vasyl Sachko Soccerball shade.svg50'
1 – 0
(0 – 0)
Shakhtar Donetsk
2009–10
Final
16 May 2010 17:00 (EEST)
KharkivOSC "Metalist"
Attendance: 21,000
Tavriya Simferopol
Maksym Feschuk Soccerball shade.svg2'
Oleksandr Kovpak Soccerball shade.svg40' (pen.)
Lucky Idahor Soccerball shade.svg96'
3 – 2
(2 – 0; 2 – 2)
( a.e.t. )
Metalurh Donetsk
Henrikh Mkhitaryan Soccerball shade.svg51'
Mário Sérgio Soccerball shade.svg74'
2010–11
Final
25 May 2011 20:15 (EEST)
SumyStadium "Yuvileiny"
Attendance: 27,800
Shakhtar Donetsk
Eduardo da Silva Soccerball shade.svg64'
Luiz Adriano Soccerball shade.svg87'
2 – 0
(0 – 0)
Dynamo Kyiv
2011–12
Final
6 May 2012 19:30 (EEST)
KyivNSC "Olimpiyskiy"
Attendance: 47,314
Shakhtar Donetsk
Alex Teixeira Soccerball shade.svg23'
Oleksandr Kucher Soccerball shade.svg104'
2 – 1
(1 – 0; 1 – 1)
( a.e.t. )
Metalurh Donetsk
Mykola Morozyuk Soccerball shade.svg68'
2012–13
Final
22 May 2013 19:45 (EEST)
KharkivOSC "Metalist"
Attendance: 40,003
Shakhtar Donetsk
Fernandinho Soccerball shade.svg41'
Alex Teixeira Soccerball shade.svg53'
Taison Soccerball shade.svg73'
3 – 0
(1 – 0)
Chornomorets Odesa
2013–14
Final
15 May 2014 20:00 (EEST)
PoltavaStadium "Vorskla" Butovskoho
Attendance: 9,700
Dynamo Kyiv
Oleksandr Kucher Soccerball shade.svg40' (o.g.)
Domagoj Vida Soccerball shade.svg43'
2 – 1 [10]
(2 – 0)
Shakhtar Donetsk
Douglas Costa Soccerball shade.svg57'
2014–15
Final
4 June 2015 21:00 (EEST)
KyivNSC "Olimpiyskiy"
Attendance: 53,455
Dynamo Kyiv 0 – 0
(0 – 0)
(a.e.t.) (5–4 p)
Shakhtar Donetsk
2015–16
Final
21 May 2016 17:00 (EEST)
LvivArena Lviv
Attendance: 21,720
Shakhtar Donetsk
Oleksandr Hladkyy Soccerball shade.svg42', 57'
2 – 0
(1 – 0)
Zorya Luhansk
2016–17
Final
17 May 2017 21:00 (EEST)
KharkivOSC "Metalist"
Attendance: 25,000
Shakhtar Donetsk
Marlos Soccerball shade.svg81'
1 – 0
(0 – 0)
Dynamo Kyiv
2017–18
Final
9 May 2018 20:30 (EEST)
DniproDnipro Arena
Attendance: 28,155
Shakhtar Donetsk
Facundo Ferreyra Soccerball shade.svg48'
Yaroslav Rakytskyi Soccerball shade.svg61'
2 – 0
(0 – 0)
Dynamo Kyiv
2018–19
Final
15 May 2019 21:00 (EEST)
ZaporizhiaSlavutych Arena
Attendance: 11,100
Shakhtar Donetsk
Tetê Soccerball shade.svg28', 39'
Júnior Moraes Soccerball shade.svg45+2'
Manor Solomon Soccerball shade.svg65'
4 – 0
(3 – 0)
Inhulets Petrove
2019–20
Final
8 July 2020 21:30 (EEST)
KharkivOSC "Metalist"
Attendance:0
Dynamo Kyiv
Benjamin Verbič Soccerball shade.svg28'
1 – 1
(1 – 1)
(a.e.t.) (8–7 p)
Vorskla Poltava
Ruslan Stepanyuk Soccerball shade.svg11'
2020–21
Final
13 May 2021 19:00 (EEST)
TernopilRoman Shukhevych Ternopil city stadium
Attendance: 3,000
Dynamo Kyiv
Viktor Tsyhankov Soccerball shade.svg98'
1 – 0
(0 – 0)
(a.e.t.)
Zorya Luhansk
2021–22 11 May 2022 (the final was scheduled)interrupted at quarterfinals due to war
2022–23no competition due to war
2023–24
Final
15 May 2024 19:00 (EEST)
RivneStadium "Avanhard"
Attendance: 3,500
Shakhtar Donetsk
Danylo Sikan Soccerball shade.svg40'
Yukhym Konoplya Soccerball shade.svg55'
2 – 1
(1 – 0)
Vorskla Poltava
Mykola Kovtalyuk Soccerball shade.svg85'

Top scorers of finals

NoNameClub(s)Goals
1 Flag of Ukraine.svg Andriy Shevchenko Dynamo Kyiv 4
Flag of Ukraine.svg Serhiy Atelkin Shakhtar Donetsk
3 Flag of Ukraine.svg Oleksandr Hladkyy Shakhtar Donetsk 3
4 Flag of Belarus.svg Valiantsin Bialkevich Dynamo Kyiv 2
Flag of Belarus.svg Aliaksandr Khatskevich Dynamo Kyiv
Flag of Ukraine.svg Andriy Vorobei Shakhtar Donetsk
Flag of Brazil.svg Diogo Rincón Dynamo Kyiv
Flag of Brazil.svg Kléber Dynamo Kyiv
Flag of Brazil.svg Alex Teixeira Shakhtar Donetsk
Flag of Brazil.svg Tetê Shakhtar Donetsk
1033 players1

Performances

Achievements of clubs since 1992 [11] [12]

TeamWinnersWinning yearsRunners-upRunners yearsFinals
Shakhtar Donetsk 141995, 1997, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2008, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 202462003, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2014, 201519
Dynamo Kyiv 131993, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2014, 2015, 2020, 202152002, 2008, 2011, 2017, 201818
Chornomorets Odesa 21992, 1994120133
Vorskla Poltava 1200922020, 20243
Tavriya Simferopol 12010119942
Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk 31995, 1997, 20043
Karpaty Lviv 21993, 19992
CSKA Kyiv 21998, 20012
Metalurh Donetsk 22010, 20122
Zorya Luhansk 22016, 20212
Metalist Kharkiv 119921
Nyva Vinnytsia 119961
Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih 120001
Metalurh Zaporizhya 120061
Inhulets Petrove 120191

All-time table

Top-10. All figures are correct through the 2017–18 season. [13]

PLTeamSeasonsGPWDLGSGAPtsAchievement
1 Shakhtar Donetsk 271511112119346106354champion
2 Dynamo Kyiv 27144112161634590352champion
3 FC Dnipro 27117681732188105221finalist
4 Tavriya Simferopol 248749152314197162champion
5 Karpaty Lviv 278945123213096147finalist
6 Vorskla Poltava 278444122811397144champion
7 Chornomorets Odesa 279244123614899144champion
8 Volyn Lutsk 278442834141128134semi-finalist
9 Metalurh Zaporizhia 278040112911994131finalist
10 Metalurh Donetsk 207037102310791121finalist

Competition people

Managers

Winning managers
ManagerClub(s)WinsWinning years
Flag of Romania.svg Mircea Lucescu Shakhtar Donetsk7 2003–04, 2007–08, 2010–11, 2011–12, 2012–13, 2015–16
Dynamo Kyiv 2020–21
Flag of Ukraine.svg Valery Lobanovsky 3 1997–98, 1998–99, 1999–2000
Flag of Ukraine.svg Viktor Prokopenko Chonomorets Odesa 1992, 1993–94
Shakhtar Donetsk 2000–01
Flag of Portugal.svg Paulo Fonseca 2016–17, 2017–18, 2018–19
Flag of Ukraine.svg Yozhef Sabo Dynamo Kyiv2 1995–96, 2004–05
Flag of Ukraine.svg Anatoliy Demyanenko 2005–06, 2006–07
Flag of Ukraine.svg Serhii Rebrov 2013–14, 2014–15
Flag of Ukraine.svg Oleksiy Mykhaylichenko 2002–03, 2019–20
Flag of Ukraine.svg Mykhailo Fomenko Dynamo Kyiv1 1992–93
Flag of Russia.svg Vladimir Salkov Shakhtar Donetsk 1994–95
Flag of Ukraine.svg Valeriy Yaremchenko 1996–97
Flag of Italy.svg Nevio Scala 2001–02
Flag of Ukraine.svg Mykola Pavlov Vorskla Poltava 2008–09
Flag of Ukraine.svg Serhiy Puchkov Tavriya Simferepol 2009–10

Players

Leaders with the most games played
RankPlayerYear(s)Games per team(s) [lower-alpha 1] Games total
1 Flag of Ukraine.svg Ruslan Kostyshyn 1995 – 2012 Advis (2), Podillia (2), CSKA/Arsenal (28), Dnipro (25), Kryvbas (6)63
2 Flag of Ukraine.svg Oleksandr Shovkovskyi 1993 – 2015 Dynamo-3 (2), Dynamo (58)60
3 Flag of Ukraine.svg Oleksandr Chyzhevskyi 1993 – 2009 Karpaty (32), Metalurh Z (7), Volyn (1), Tavriya (13), Zakarpattia (5)58
4 Flag of Ukraine.svg Oleksandr Holovko 1992 – 2006 Tavriya (24), Dynamo (32)56
Flag of Ukraine.svg Vitaliy Reva 1994 – 2010 Polihraftekhnika (4), CSKA/Arsenal (34), Dynamo (16), Tavriya (2)56
Flag of Ukraine.svg Hennadiy Zubov 1994 – 2008 Stal A (3), Shakhtar (48), Illichivets (2), Metalurh D (1), Zoria (1), Komunalnyk (1)56
Flag of Ukraine.svg Volodymyr Yezerskyi 1996 – 2014 Harai (6), Karpaty (7), Dynamo (2), Kryvbas (4), Dnipro (20), Shakhtar (12), Zoria (2), Tavriya (2), Hoverla (1)56
8 Flag of Ukraine.svg Dmytro Shutkov 1992 – 2007 Shakhtar 54
Flag of Ukraine.svg Ruslan Rotan 2001 – 2018 Dnipro (42), Dynamo (12)54
10 Flag of Ukraine.svg Andriy Vorobei 1996 – 2013 Shakhtar (4), Shakhtar (44), Dnipro (2), Arsenal (1), Metalist (2)53
11 Flag of Ukraine.svg Serhii Rebrov 1992 – 2010 Shakhtar (6), Dynamo (44), Irpin (1)51
Flag of Ukraine.svg Mykhailo Starostiak 1994 – 2007 Prykarpattia (6), Shakhtar (42), Kryvbas (3)51
13 Flag of Ukraine.svg Serhiy Mizin 1993 – 2008 Dynamo-2 (3), Dynamo (18), Dnipro (2), CSKA/Arsenal (5), Karpaty (11), Kryvbas (7), Metalist (4)50
The table includes players who played over 50 games in the competition. Players who share number of tallies placed in order of seniority by years and then alphabetical order. Data is through winter of 2020–2021. [14]
All-time Ukrainian Cup scorers
RankPlayerYear(s)Goals per team(s) [lower-alpha 2] Goals total
1 Flag of Ukraine.svg Andriy Vorobei 1996 – 2013 Shakhtar-2 (2), Shakhtar (22), Metalist (1)25
2 Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Maksim Shatskikh 2000 – 2015 Dynamo (22), Arsenal (1), Hoverla (1)24
3 Flag of Ukraine.svg Oleksandr Palianytsia 1992 – 2003 Dnipro (7), Veres (4), Karpaty (5), Kryvbas (3), Metalist (3)22
4 Flag of Ukraine.svg Andriy Shevchenko 1994 – 2012 Dynamo-2 (5), Dynamo (16)21
5 Flag of Ukraine.svg Serhii Rebrov 1992 – 2010 Shakhtar (1), Dynamo (19)20
6 Flag of Ukraine.svg Andriy Pokladok 1992 – 2008 Karpaty (15), Metalurh D (2), Rava (1), Halychyna L (1)19
Flag of Ukraine.svg Andriy Yarmolenko 2007 – 2017 Dynamo 19
8 Flag of Ukraine.svg Oleh Matveyev 1992 – 2003 Shakhtar (16), Metalurh Z (1)17
9 Flag of Ukraine.svg Oleksiy Antiukhin 1992 – 2001 Metalurh Z (1), Tavria (13), Vorskla (2)16
Flag of Brazil.svg Luiz Adriano 2007 – 2015 Shakhtar 16
11 Flag of Ukraine.svg Valentyn Poltavets 1993 – 2013 Shakhtar Pavlohrad (1), Metalurh Z (8), Dnipro (1), Chornomorets (1), Dniester (4)15
Flag of Ukraine.svg Bohdan Yesyp 1996 – 2014 Dynamo-3 (4), Zirka (1), Zakarpattia (3), Naftovyk (7)15
Flag of Ukraine.svg Oleh Husiev 2003 – 2016 Arsenal (1), Dynamo (14)15
The table includes players who scored over 15 goals in the competition. Players who share number of tallies placed in order of seniority by years and then alphabetical order. Data is through winter of 2020–2021. [15]

See also

Notes

  1. teams are in chronological order of playing career; in 1990s in Ukrainian Cup competed also reserve teams out of lower leagues
  2. teams are in chronological order of playing career; in 1990s in Ukrainian Cup competed also reserve teams out of lower leagues

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The 2015–16 Ukrainian Cup was the 25th annual season of Ukraine's football knockout competition. The schedule of games for clubs from the First and Second League was confirmed on 3 July 2015 at a session of the Central Council of the Professional Football League of Ukraine.

Ukrainian Amateur Football Championship is an annual association football competition in Ukraine among amateur teams. The competition is administered by the Ukrainian Association of Amateur Football (AAFU).

The 2017–18 Ukrainian Cup was the 27th annual season of Ukraine's football knockout competition. The competition was planned to be started on 9 July 2017 and concluded on 9 May 2018.

The 2018–19 Ukrainian Cup was the 28th annual season of Ukraine's football knockout competition. The competition started on 18 July 2018 and concluded on 15 May 2019.

Football Cup of the Soviet Union among teams of physical culture collectives was an association football competitions among amateur clubs and physical culture collectives that were conducted in the Soviet Union in 1957–1991 under auspices of the Football Federation of the Soviet Union. Throughout its history the tournament was also known as the VTsSPS Cup, Soviet Cup among production collectives, and Cup of the millions.

The 2019–20 Ukrainian Cup was the 29th annual season of Ukraine's football knockout competition. The competition started on 20 August 2019 and concluded on 8 July 2020 with the final at the OSC Metalist in Kharkiv.

The 2019-20 Ukrainian Amateur Cup season was scheduled to start on August 21, 2019.

The 2020–21 Ukrainian Cup was the 30th annual season of Ukraine's football knockout competition. The competition started on 26 August 2020 and concluded on 13 May 2021 with the final at the Ternopilsky Misky Stadion in Ternopil.

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