FC Systema-Boreks Borodianka

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FC Systema-Boreks Borodianka (Ukrainian: Система-Борекс) was a Ukrainian football club of Bordianka excavation equipment factory (Ukrainian: Бородянський екскаваторний завод) from Borodianka, Kyiv Oblast.[1] The club was dissolved in 2003 and temporarily merged with FC Borysfen Boryspil.

With the help of the Kyiv Oblast Football Federation, its place was handed to another club FC Boyarka-2006. Borodianka and Boyarka clubs have no direct connection and conditionally assumed as related by the Football Federation of Ukraine.

The Borodianka club itself has a long history of participation in the Ukrainian KFK competitions among "collectives of physical cultures" (so called amateur teams). The Borodianka team was sponsored by a local heavy equipment manufacturer Boreks (Borodianka) as well as the Ministry of Education sports club.

History[edit]

In 1992 the club originally was known as Hart Borodianka, based on the Central Sports Club "Hart" of Ministry of Education, competed at the Amateur level and were champions in the 3rd Zone of the Ukrainian KFK competition. The next season they entered the semi-professional Ukrainian Transitional League.

In 1994 Ukrainian Transitional League was reorganized as the Third League and before the 1994-95 season the club renamed themselves to Systema-Boreks Borodianka for which they were better known while they competed in the professional leagues. With reasonable success the club spent two seasons in the Ukrainian First League. In 2003 the club was de facto dissolved and became a farm team of FC Borysfen Boryspil carrying the name of Boreks-Borysfen Borodianka.

FC Osvita[edit]

Before the 2004-05 season the club was reformed and replaced with Osvita Borodianka becoming a base professional team for the All-Ukrainian Football Association of Students (Russian: Всеукраинская футбольная ассоциация студентов).[2] In 2005 the club was struggling financially and eventually folded during the 2005–06 season. In 2006 it was replaced in championship with another club from Boyarka, Boyarka-2006.

Honours[edit]

League and cup history[edit]

Soviet Union[edit]

Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Domestic Cup Europe Notes
1985 4th
(KFK)
no participation
1986 3 16 8 4 4 33 16 20
1987 no participation
1988 3 22 16 1 5 52 20 33
1989 4 24 11 7 6 32 32 29
1990 12 30 9 6 15 27 45 24
1991 12

Ukraine[edit]

Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Domestic Cup Europe Notes
1992–93 4th
(KFK)
1 26 19 4 3 58 16 42 Promoted – as Hart Borodianka
1993–94 3rd (lower)
(Perekhidna Liha)
5 34 18 11 5 52 16 47 Did not enter
1994–95 3rd (lower)
(Tretia Liha)
6 42 23 6 13 61 31 75 1/16 finals Promoted
1995–96 3rd "A"
(Druha Liha "A")
9 40 17 12 11 34 31 63 1/128 finals
1996–97 8 30 11 8 11 28 31 41 1/64 finals
1997–98 9 34 12 13 9 34 23 49 1/128 finals
1998–99 7 28 13 7 8 22 20 46 1/64 finals
1999-00 5 30 12 11 7 32 17 47 1/8 finals Second League Cup
2000–01 3rd "B"
(Druha Liha "B")
2 28 18 8 2 46 15 62 1/8 finals Second League Cup
2001–02 1 34 20 8 6 53 23 68 1st Round Promoted
2002–03 2nd
(Persha Liha)
15 34 9 13 12 28 28 40 1/32 finals
2003–04 17 34 8 5 21 29 52 29 1/32 finals Renamed[3] — Relegated
2004–05 3rd "A"
(Druha Liha "A")
7 28 12 10 6 34 22 46 1/32 finals as Osvita Borodianka
2005–06 initially moved to Kyiv, the club was replaced with Boyarka-2006 in mid-season

Managers[edit]

FC Mashynobudivnyk
FC Systema-Boreks
FC Boreks-Borysfen
FC Osvita

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Valerko, A. The PFL legends: "Systema-Boreks" Borodianka, 2001-02 season (Легенди ПФЛ: "Система-Борекс" (Бородянка), сезон 2001/2002). Footboom. 6 April 2016
  2. ^ Valerko, A. Ukrainian wonders (Украинские диковинки). Football.ua. 9 January 2014
  3. ^ Club renamed to Boreks-Borysphen Borodianka prior to the start of the season

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