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Dynamo Kiev

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Established
1927 (94 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
NSC Olimpiyskiy
(70,050 Capacity)

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Location
Kiev, Ukraine

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Competitions
Ukrainian Premier League

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Upcoming Events
07 Mar 21 Dynamo Kiev  -  Mynai
13 Mar 21 Zorya  -  Dynamo Kiev
20 Mar 21 Dynamo Kiev  -  Rukh Lviv
03 Apr 21 FC Olexandria  -  Dynamo Kiev
10 Apr 21 Dynamo Kiev  -  SC Dnipro-1

Latest Results
28 Feb 21 FC Lviv  1 - 4  Dynamo Kiev
25 Feb 21 Club Brugge  0 - 1  Dynamo Kiev
21 Feb 21 Desna  1 - 1  Dynamo Kiev
18 Feb 21 Dynamo Kiev  1 - 1  Club Brugge
13 Feb 21 Dynamo Kiev  3 - 1  Olimpik Donetsk

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Football Club Dynamo Kyiv (Ukrainian: Футбольний Клуб Динамо Київ ) is a Ukrainian professional football club based in Kyiv. Founded in 1927 as part of the Soviet Dynamo Sports Society, the club currently plays in the Ukrainian Premier League, and has never been relegated to a lower division. Their home is the 70,050 capacity Olimpiyskiy National Sports Complex. It is by far Ukraine's most popular football club.

Since 1936 Dynamo has spent its entire history in the top league of Soviet and later Ukrainian football. Its most successful periods are associated with Valeriy Lobanovskyi, who coached the team during three stints, leading them to numerous domestic and European titles. Dynamo Kyiv became the only Soviet club outside of Moscow that managed to overcome the total hegemony of Moscow-based clubs in the Soviet Top League. The Spartak Moscow - Dynamo Kyiv became the most exciting football rivalry in the Soviet Union that almost completely eclipsed the Moscow's derby Spartak - Dynamo. Since late 1960s the club almost annually (with few breaks) participates at the UEFA continental competitions.

Over the history Dynamo Kyiv has won 26 national titles (including 13 Soviet), 18 national cup competitions (including 9 Soviet Cups), and 3 continental titles (including 2 UEFA Cup Winners' Cups). Along with FC Dinamo Tbilisi, they were the only two Soviet clubs that succeeded in the UEFA competitions. The first team of Dynamo became a base team for the Soviet Union national football team in 1970-80s and the Ukraine national football team in 1990-2000s. The two stars on the club's crest each signify 10 domestic titles the club has won.

Team Members
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Dudu




Oleksandr
Andrievskyi




Tudor
Băluță
#5



Artem
Besedin




Roman
Bezus




Denys
Boyko




Mykyta
Burda




Heorhiy
Buschan




Vitaliy
Buyalskyi
#29



Denys
Harmash




Oleksandr
Karavaev
#20



Tomasz
Kędziora
#94



Niko
Kranjcar




Artem
Kravets




Vitaliy
Mykolenko
#16



Denys
Popov
#4



Gerson
Rodrigues
#22



Mykola
Shaparenko
#10



Volodymyr
Shepeliev
#8



Serhiy
Sydorchuk
#5



Oleksandr
Syrota




Viktor
Tsygankov




Benjamin
Verbič
#7



Ognjen
Vukojevic




Ilya
Zabarnyi
#25


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Stadium or Home

The Olympic National Sports Complex (also known as Olympic Stadium; Ukrainian: Національний спортивний комплекс "Олімпійський") is a multi-use sports and recreation facility in Kyiv, Ukraine, located on the slopes of the city's central Cherepanov Hill, Pechersk Raion. The stadium is the premier sports venue in Ukraine and the second largest in Eastern Europe after Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium. The complex beside its stadium also features several other sports facilities and is designed to host the Olympic Games (the stadium hosted some football matches at the 1980 Summer Olympics).

Following extensive renovation works, including the construction of a new roof, the stadium was reopened on 9 October 2011 with a performance by Shakira and had its international inauguration with a 3–3 friendly draw by Ukraine against Germany on 11 November 2011. It hosted the final of Euro 2012.

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