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The Amateur Football Association of Ukraine (AAFU) was established March 2, 1998. Under the agreement between FFU and the Association, it is authorized to organize the All-Ukrainian National Championship and Cup tournaments amongst amateur football teams. Current president of the AAFU is Fedir Shpyh.

The predecessors of this organization were the Soviet-type competitions which was headed directly by the Republican Federation during the Soviet times, under the name of competitions of KFK and later simply the Ukrainian Amateur League. The best clubs of that competition were replacing less fortunate clubs of the Soviet Second League and Ukrainian lower leagues.

The Championship

The competitions has taken place since 1998. A participation is restricted to the regional (Oblast) champions and/or the most regarded team by the respective regional association. Teams that place first and second place are granted the rights to apply for a professional status. Recently that restriction was extended and the professional license may be granted on the volunteering basis, under certain circumstances. The champion also is granted the right to participate in the UEFA Regions' Cup. The participated teams also compete concurrently in the championships of their respective oblast.

Please, note that first couple of seasons were played in the format fall-spring and then, in 1999, changed to spring-fall competition. The format has changed not only in reference to time, but also the structure of the tournament. That happened, in 1996, prior to establishment of the Ukrainian Football Amateur Association as the independent sport organization. The tournament changed from having simply six different zones with six the best clubs to extending it until the best club of this competition will be established.

Season Champion Runner-Up 3rd Position Top Goalscorer
2010
2009 Yednist-2 Torpedo Mykolaiv Slovkhlib Slovyansk/Irpin Horenychi
2008 Luzhany Torpedo Mykolaiv Lokomotyv/Yednist-2
2007 Bastion Illichivsk Yednist-2 Plysky Luzhany
2006 Shakhtar Sverdlovsk Hran Buzova Khodak Chekasy
2005 Ivan Odessa Feniks-Illychivets Kalynine ODEK Orzhiv
2004 KZEZO Kakhovka Slovkhlib Slovyansk Yednist Plysky Volodymyr Lebed (KZEZO Kakhovka)
2003 Blyskavka Severodonetsk KZEZO Kakhovka Hirnyk Kryvyi Rih
2002 KZEZO Kakhovka Fakel-HPZ Varva Vodnyk Mykolaiv Oleksiy Ananichev (KZEZO Kakhovka)
2001 Shakhtar Luhansk Monolit Kostiantynivka Vuhlyk Dymytrov Kostiantyn Pinchuk (FC Shakhtar Luhansk)
2000 HPZ Varva Nizhyn Kovel-Volyn Kovel Gocha Gogokhia (Nizhyn)
1999 Dnister Ovidiopol Tekhno-Centre Rohatyn Krystal Parkhomivka Vl. Kress (Dnister Ovidiopol)
1998-99 Dynamo Lviv Krystal Parkhomivka HPZ Varva V. Korniev (HPZ Varva)
1997-98 Enerhetyk Burshtyn Dalis Kamyshevakha Krystal Parkhomivka Vasyl Kostiuk (Enerhetyk Burshtyn)
1996-97 Elektron Romny Cementnyk-Khorda Mykolaiv Naftovyk Dolyna


KFK Competition

Season Zone Champion Second Third Top scorer
1995-96 1 Pokuttia Kolomyia Mebilnyk Chernivtsi Karpaty Rakhiv Andriy Chachkin Zoria Khorostkiv - 7
2 Zoria Khorostkiv ENKO Lutsk Sokil Radyvyliv
3 Paperovyk Malyn Lokomotyv Smila Budivelnyk Brovary
4 Fakel Varva Elektron Romny Avanhard Merefa
5 Avanhard Kramatorsk Shakhtar Rovenky Budivelnyk Kryvyi Rih
6 Portovyk Kerch Kolos Osokorivka Blaho Blahoyeve
1994-95 1 Khimik Kalush Yalynka Velykyi Bychkiv Pokuttia Kolomyia Vasyl Lomaka Shakhtar Sverdlovsk - 30
2 Haray Zhovkva Zoria Khorostkiv Probiy Horodenka
3 Obolon-Zmina Kyiv Dynamo-3 Kyiv Ahroservis Bakhmach
4 Sportinvest Kryvyi Rih Avanhard Merefa Silur Khartsyzk
5 Dynamo Slavyansk Shakhtar Sverdlovsk Metalurh Kupyansk
6 Portovyk Illichivsk Olimpia FC AES Yuzhnoukrainsk Mercury Pervomaysk
1993-94 1 LAZ Lviv Lada Chernivtsi Pokuttia Kolomyia Oleksandr Dovhalets Advis Khmelnytskyi - 27
2 Advis Khmelnytskyi Keramik Baranivka Obolon-Zmina Kyiv
3 Transimpeks Vyshneve Sula Lubny Ahroservis Bakhmach
4 Avanhard Rovenky Vahbud Kremenchuk Krystal Torez
5 Metalurh Novomoskovsk Shakhtar Horlivka Shakhtar Sverdlovsk
6 Tavria Novotroitsk Dnistrovets Bilhorod-Dnistrovsky Blaho Blahoyeve
1992-1993 1 Beskyd Nadvirna Khimik Kalush Lada Chernivtsi Serhiy Akymenko Shakhtar Snizhne - 23
2 Khutrovyk Tysmenytsia Advis Khmelnytskyi Lokomotyv Rivne
3 Hart Borodianka Keramik Baranivka Dynamo-3 Kyiv
4 Sirius Zhovti Vody Avanhard Rovenky Vahbud Kremenchuk
5 Oskil Kupyansk Shakhtar Sverdlovsk Shakhtar Snizhne
6 Surozh Sudak Tavria Novotroitsk Blaho Blahoyeve


Most successful clubs

Statistic as of 2009

Club Winners Runners-Up 3rd Position Remarks
HPZ Varva 2 1 1 Chernihiv Oblast
KZEZO Kakhovka 2 1 0 Kherson Oblastmarker
Shakhtar Sverdlovsk 1 2 1 Luhansk Oblast
Yednist-2 1 1 1 Chernihiv Oblast
Khimik Kalush 1 1 0 Ivano-Frankivsk Oblastmarker
Tavria Novotroitsk 1 1 0 Kherson Oblastmarker
Elektron Romny 1 1 0 Sumy Oblastmarker
Advis Khmelnytskyi 1 1 0
Avanhard Rovenky 1 1 0 Luhansk Oblast
Zoria Khorostkiv 1 1 0 Ternopil Oblastmarker
Pokuttia Kolomyia 1 0 2 Ivano-Frankivsk Oblastmarker
Luzhany 1 0 1 Chernivtsi Oblast
Obolon-Zmina Kyiv 1 0 1


Note:
  • KZEZO stands for Kakhovkanmarker Plant of Electro-Welding Equipment (Kakhovsky Zavod Elektro-Zvariuvalnoho Obladnannia).
  • The first team of Yednist-2 also participated in the competition and once placed the third. That team currently competes on the professional level. On the club level at this level of competition Yednist have titles of a winner, a runner, and two of the third place.


Amateur Cup

The Cup is organized between the Cup holders of the regional tournaments. Every play-off round consists of two legs including the final. The winner of the tournament is qualified for the Ukrainian Cup. Team in bold is the winner.

Year Venue Finalist Score Finalist
2009 17 October,2009 15:00 (LST),
Cherkasymarker - Central Municipal Stadium, Attendance: 500


25 October,2009 ?:? (LST),
Yaremchemarker - Stadium "Karpaty", Attendance: 3000
Khodak Cherkasy 2 - 0
0 - 3
Karpaty Yaremche
2008 2 November,2008 ?:? (LST),
Lvivmarker - ?, Attendance: ?


8 November,2008 ?:? (LST),
Horenychi - ?, Attendance:
Halychyna Lviv 0 - 0
1 - 3
Irpin Horenychi
2007 Yednist-2 Plysky 0 - 0

2 - 0
Torpedo Mykolaiv
2006 Karpaty Kamianka-Buzka 0 - 1

3 - 1
Kolos Nikopol Raion
2005 Pivdenstal Yenakieve 1 - 1

4 - 1
Khimmash Korosten
2004 26 September,2004 ?:? (LST),
Korostenmarker - ?, Attendance: 2,000


2 October,2004 ?:? (LST),
Kakhovkamarker - ?, Attendance: ?
Khimmash Korosten 1 - 1

3 - 5
KZEZO Kakhovka
2003 12 October,2003 ?:? (LST),
Orzhiv - ?, Attendance: 1,000
19 October,2003 ?:?



(LST),
Plysky - ?, Attendance: 3,000


ODEK Orzhiv 0 - 0

0 - 2
Yednist Plysky
2002 Haray Zhovkva 4 - 2
1 - 0
Rud Zhytomyr
2001 Pivdenstal Yenakieve 2 - 1

4 - 0
Perechyn
2000 ? Luzhany ? Krystal Parkhomivka
1999 ? Shakhta Ukraine Ukrainsk ? TE Hirka Polonka
1998-99 ? HPZ Varva ? TE Hirka Polonka
1997-98 ? Zoria Khorostkiv 0 - 0

2 - 1
Dalis Kamyshevakha
1996-97 ? Domobud Chernihiv 1 - 1

2 - 0
Krystal Parkhomivka


See also

FFU Council of Regions

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