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Dynamo Kyiv FC

Full name: Dynamo Football Club Kiev (Ukrainian: Dynamo Football Club Kiev)

Nicknames: White and Blue

Founded: 1927

Stadium: Dynamo them. Valery Lobanovsky

Capacity: 16 873

President: Igor Surkis

Trainer: Yuri Semin

Captain: Andrey Shevchenko (2010), Alexander Shovkovsky (2011)

Official website:

Official video portal:


Football trophies:

Champion of Ukraine (13 times)
Dynamo Kyiv Cups
1992/1993, 1993/94, 1994/95, 1995/96, 1996/97, 1997/98, 1998/99, 1999/2000, 2000/2001, 2002/2003, 2003/2004, 2006/2007, 2008 / 09

Cup Winner of Ukraine (9 times)
Dynamo Kyiv Cups
1992/1993, 1995/1996, 1997/1998, 1998/1999, 1999/2000, 2002/2003, 2004/2005, 2005/2006, 2006/2007

Winner of the Super Cup of Ukraine (4 times)
Dynamo Kyiv Cups
2004, 2006, 2007, 2009

Cup Winner (2 times)
Dynamo Kyiv Cups
1974/1975, 1985/1986

UEFA Super Cup Winner (1 time)
Dynamo Kyiv Cups

Winner of the Tournament Cup in memory of V.V. Lobanovsky (2 times)
Dynamo Kyiv Cups
2003, 2004

Champion of the USSR (13 times)
Dynamo Kyiv Cups
1961, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1971, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1980, 1981, 1985, 1986, 1990

USSR Cup Winner (9 times)
Dynamo Kyiv Cups
1954, 1964, 1965/1966, 1974, 1978, 1982, 1984/1985, 1986/1987, 1989/1990

Season Cup Winner (3 times)
Dynamo Kyiv Cups
1980, 1985, 1986

The holder of the CIS Cup (4 times)
Dynamo Kyiv Cups
1996, 1997, 1998, 2002

Silver medalist of the Ukrainian Championship (5 times)
1992, 2001/2002, 2004/2005, 2005/2006, 2007/08

Finalist of the Cup of Ukraine (2 times)
2001/2002, 2007/08

Finalist of the UEFA Super Cup (1 time)

Silver medalist of the USSR championship (11 times)
1936, 1952, 1960, 1965, 1969, 1972, 1973, 1976, 1978, 1982, 1988

Bronze medalist of the USSR Championship (3 times)
1937, 1979, 1989

Club stadium "Dynamo" them. Valery Lobanovsky

Club stadium Dynamo them. Valery LobanovskyClub stadium Dynamo them. Valery Lobanovsky

Technical characteristics of the stadium:

Sectors - 29

Seats - 16 873

Lighting - 1200 Lux

Field (with heating) - 100m x 75m

This is interesting (from the story):

Dynamo Kyiv FC - Ukrainian football club from Kiev. One of two clubs (along with Dynamo Moscow), which participated in all the USSR championships in the top division.

The initiators of the Kiev Dynamo team in November 1927 were Sergey Barminsky and Nikolai Hannikov. The first recorded game took place on July 17, 1928 against the Dynamo Odessa club (2: 2).

Dynamo Birthday - May 13:

Dynamo Kiev History
The first known photograph of Dynamo

Recently, disputes over the date of birth of the Dynamo football team (Kiev) have intensified. Since the 60s of the last century, in numerous publications it was noted that the team was founded in November 1927. However, no documentary evidence of this has yet been given. Various researchers of the history of the Dynamo Kiev football team indicate other dates of the club’s foundation between May 13, 1927 (registration of the charter of the Kiev proletarian sports society (PSO) Dynamo by the Interdepartmental Commission for Public Organizations and Unions of the Kiev District) and July 1, 1928 (the first game we know of the Dynamo Kyiv football team in Bila Tserkva). Over fifty years in the media, sports and information publications, books on the history of football, it is mentioned that the team was created in 1927.

This date is displayed both in the club’s modern emblem and in official documents and reference books of FIFA and UEFA. It seems that the time has come to put an end to this issue. The registration of the Kiev PSO Dynamo on May 13, 1927, within the framework of which the football team was born later, is confirmed by documents in the Central State Archive of the Highest Authorities and Administration of Ukraine (fund No. 5, inventory 3, file 418, sheet 25, and in the same fund and describe case No. 472, sheet 66). No other documents on the formation of the Dynamo football team within the Kiev PSO Dynamo dating back to 1927 or the beginning of 1928 have been discovered so far. Therefore, it can be considered the date of birth of the football team on May 13, 1927. The point is small - it is necessary to officially recognize and approve this date as the birthday of the Dynamo football team (Kiev).

Dynamo - winners of the Golden Ball France Football (the best player in Europe):

1975 - Oleg Blokhin

1986 - Igor Belanov

Great Coach and Dynamo player Valery Vasilievich Lobanovsky

Valery Vasilievich Lobanovsky
Lobanovsky Valery "

January 6, 1939 - May 13, 2002

Born in Kiev. Left wing and center forward. He began to play in the Moscow youth sports school, then - in the FSM. He played for the Dynamo (Kiev) team - 1957-64, Chernomorets (Odessa) - 1965-66, and Shakhtar (Donetsk) - 1967-68. He played 258 matches in the USSR championships and scored 71 goals.

Champion of the USSR 1961, silver medalist of the USSR Championship 1960, winner of the USSR Cup 1964. He played 2 matches for the USSR national team, 7 matches for the USSR Olympic team, scored 1 goal. Twice entered the list of 33 best players of the USSR.

One of the best forwards of the USSR in the first half of the 60s. Individually strong, perfectly controlled dribbling with a change in rhythm and direction of movement. He had a targeted blow from his left foot, skillfully played his head. He entered the history of Soviet football as a brilliant performer of corner kicks. The curled ball, describing a wide arc in the air, often hit the goal without someone else's help. Especially well found a common language on the field with O. Bazilevich and V. Troyanovsky.

As head coach led the team:

- "Dnepr" (Dnepropetrovsk) - 1969-73. (in 1971 he brought the team to the big leagues);

- Dynamo (Kiev) - 1974-82, 1984-90, 1996-May 2002 (5-time champion of Ukraine (1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001), 3-time winner of the Cup of Ukraine (1998, 1999 , 2000), 8-time champion of the USSR (1974, 1975, 1977, 1980, 1981, 1985, 1986, 1990), 6-time winner of the USSR Cup (1974, 1978, 1982, 1985, 1987, 1990 .), winner of the Cup Cup 1975, 1986, UEFA Super Cup 1975).

Headed the USSR national team in 1975-76, 1982-83, 1986-90. Including - at the 1982 world championships (together with K. Beskov and N. Akhalkatsi), 1986 and 1990.

Under the leadership of Lobanovsky, the USSR national team became the bronze medalist of the 1976 Olympic Games. and silver medalist at the 1988 European Championship. In total - 77 matches (42 wins, 19 draws, 16 losses).

He coached the teams of the UAE (1990-93) and Kuwait (1994-96 - third place in the Asian Games).

From January 1998 to December 2001 - head coach of the Ukrainian team.

He was awarded the orders of the Badge of Honor (1971r), the Red Banner of Labor (1987), the UEFA Ruby Order Holder for Merit, Hero of Ukraine.

The largest trainer-practitioner who has achieved outstanding achievements not only in all-Union competitions, but also in the international arena. One of the most respected experts in world football. It successfully combined coaching talent and great organizational skills. Lobanovsky introduced the advanced achievements of sports science (the interval training method) into practice, implemented the principles of the so-called “systemic football”, which is based on the universalism of football players and the highest intensification of the game, developed a long-term program for the selection and training of young football players taking into account model characteristics.

Lobanovsky - player:

1960 - silver medalist of the USSR Championship

1961 - champion of the USSR

1964 - USSR Cup winner

Lobanovsky - coach:

1973 - silver medalist of the USSR Championship

1974 - champion of the USSR

1974 - USSR Cup winner

1975 - USSR champion

1975 - European Cup Winners Cup Winner

1975 - Winner of the European Super Cup

1976 - silver medalist of the USSR Championship

1976 - Olympic bronze medalist

1977 - champion of the USSR

1978 - silver medalist of the USSR Championship

1978 - USSR Cup winner

1979 - bronze medalist of the USSR Championship

1980 - USSR champion

1981 - USSR champion

1982 - silver medalist of the USSR Championship

1982 - USSR Cup winner

1985 - USSR champion

1985 - USSR Cup winner

1986 - champion of the USSR

1986 - winner of the European Cup Winners Cup

1987 - USSR Cup winner

1988 - silver medalist of the USSR Championship

1988 - silver medalist of the European Championship

1989 - bronze medalist of the USSR Championship

1990 - USSR champion

1990 - USSR Cup winner

1997 - champion of Ukraine

1998 - champion of Ukraine

1998 - winner of the Cup of Ukraine

1999 - champion of Ukraine

1999 - Winner of the Cup of Ukraine

2000 - champion of Ukraine

2000 - winner of the Cup of Ukraine

2001 - champion of Ukraine

2002 - silver medalist of the Championship of Ukraine


Knight of the Order of the Badge of Honor

Commander of the Order of the Red Banner of Labor

Cavalier of the Order of Ukraine "For Merit", II degree.

Posthumously awarded the title "Hero of Ukraine" and the UEFA Ruby Order for his contribution to the development of football.

In May 2002, his name was assigned to Dynamo Kyiv Stadium.

Inventor of the “dry leaf” strike

Stadium History:

There is something to see in Kiev for its guests and residents. You can slowly wander through the labyrinth of quiet Podolsk streets or plunge into the bustling life of Khreshchatyk, visit museums, golden-domed churches and cathedrals, appreciate the magnificence of parks spread over the Dnieper ... But there is a place in Kiev that amazingly combines both magnificent landscape and original architecture. This is the Dynamo stadium named after Valery Lobanovsky.

At the beginning of the 20th century, greenhouses were located on the territory of the current stadium near the Petrovskaya Alley, supplying vegetables and fruits to the royal residence - the Mariinsky Palace. There was also a very popular among the townspeople cafe-chantan "Chateau de Fleur".

In the 1920s, in their place, the Kiev Provincial Council of Dynamo Society built several sports fields, a football field with a wooden locker room, a gymnastic town, a basketball, volleyball and handball courts ...

A few years later, Dynamo athletes became cramped on them. As a result, it was decided to build a large stadium with all the necessary sports infrastructure. The project of architects V. Osmak and V. Bespaly was implemented in two years. In 1934, Dynamo Kiev Stadium received its first visitors. The stands covered with a wooden canopy were designed for 23 thousand spectators who came to watch the game of their idols - Dynamo football players. From now on, they spent all their home games in their own arena.

The new stadium on Petrovskaya Alley became happy for Dynamo. In the pre-war years, they won on it the “silver” and “bronze” of the USSR football championship. The "gold" sight was taken, but the year 1941 came ... The stadium fell into decay, and the echoes of wartime have survived to this day. In the early 90s, several bombs were discovered during repairs under the treadmill ...

After the war, football Dynamo Kyiv played at the stadium. N.S. Khrushchev (now NSC "Olympic"). And football returned to the club stadium only in 1956. By that time it was rebuilt, and the field was given to Dynamo understudies.

Builders came to the stadium again when they decided to prepare the stadium for the 1980 Olympic Games in Moscow. The stadium was transformed and prettier. Its architecture was supplemented by four lighting towers, an electronic scoreboard. The capacity of the stands decreased to 18 thousand, but the administrative building “grew” on one floor. Athletics, sports halls, a swimming pool, tennis courts and basketball courts underwent major reconstruction.

And, although Dynamo Stadium did not accept the matches of one of the Olympic group tournaments, the participants of the main sporting event of the four-year period were happy to train at it. Subsequently, the USSR athletics championship and the final tournament of the European Youth Football Championship were held at the updated and comfortable Dynamo Stadium.

His new life began in the 90s. The next reconstruction turned Dynamo into an exclusively football stadium. Track and field tracks were removed, increased to standard field sizes. In accordance with the requirements of international football organizations, individual plastic seats for spectators were installed in the overhauled stands.

Since 1996, Kiev Dynamo Kyiv have been playing their home matches of the Championship and the Cup of Ukraine, as well as the qualifying matches of the UEFA Champions League, at their club stadium, which meets the necessary standards for this, safety requirements and the conditions for organizing television broadcasts.

In the rebuilt premises of the central rostrum behind the modern facade of glass and aluminum there is a three-story office of FC Dynamo LLC (Kiev) and almost all of its services. In 2001, a comfortable fitness center with a swimming pool was opened on the territory of the complex.

An open parking lot and an underground garage adjoin the office building. The previously installed monument in honor of the Dynamo Kyiv football players who died during the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945 was saved.

In May 2002, after the death of the outstanding football coach Valery Vasilievich Lobanovsky, who worked for Dynamo for many years and brought the club to the heights of European football glory, the Board of Shareholders of the then Dynamo FC (Kiev) CJSC decided to name the club stadium by his name.

Former Dynamo emblems:

Former Dynamo Emblems

Former Dynamo Emblems

Former Dynamo Emblems

Former Dynamo Emblems