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Ukraine national football team

Ukraine football team lost 1-3 it's first international match against Hungary on 29 April 1992 in Uzhgorod. For now the national team played 315 times.

Ukraine participated in one World Cup finals tournament, their result was reaching the quarter-finals (2006).

Ukraine national football team all-time record

WP
59.4
P
315
W
142
D
90
L
83
GF
438
GA
320
GF/P
1.390
GA/P
1.016
Av attendance
24 345
WP - winning percentage, P - played, W - wins, D - draws, L - losses, GF - goals for, GA - goals against, Av - average
Ukraine football results by competition
Competition
Played
Won
Drawn
Lost
Goals For
Goals Against
Winning Percentage
80
38
28
14
122
62
65.0
72
35
19
18
105
67
61.8
15
8
2
5
20
19
60.0
Friendly matches and other tournaments
129
55
39
35
176
142
57.8
All-time Ukraine results by date
1
29 Apr 1992 17:00 (+3:00)

Uzhgorod, Avanhard Stadium

Friendly International
2
27 Jun 1992 17:00 (-4:00)

Piscataway, Rutgers Stadium

Friendly International
3
26 Aug 1992 16:30 (+2:00)

Nyiregyhaza, Sóstói Városi Stadion

Friendly International
4
28 Oct 1992 17:30 (+2:00)

Minsk, Dynama Stadium

Friendly International
5
27 Apr 1993 18:00 (+3:00)

Odesa, Central Stadium Ch.M.P. [Chornomorske Morske Paroplavstvo

Friendly International
6
18 May 1993 18:30 (+3:00)

Vilnius, Žalgirio Stadionas

Friendly International
7
25 Jun 1993 20:15 (+2:00)

Zagreb, Stadion Maksimir

Friendly International
8
16 Oct 1993 14:00 (-4:00)

High Point, A.J. Simeon Stadium

Friendly International
9
20 Oct 1993 20:00 (-7:00)

San Diego, Jack Murphy Stadium

Friendly International
10
23 Oct 1993 14:00 (-4:00)

Bethlehem, Lehigh University Goodman Stadium

Friendly International
11
15 Mar 1994 15:00 (+2:00)

Haifa, Kiryat Eliezer Stadium

Friendly International
12
25 May 1994 19:00 (+3:00)

Kyiv, Republican Stadium

Friendly International
13
03 Jun 1994 19:00 (+3:00)

Sofia, National Stadium Vasil Levski

Friendly International
14
26 Aug 1994

Grassau, Fußballplätze Brandstätt

Friendly International
15
07 Sep 1994 19:00 (+3:00)

Kyiv, Republican Stadium

UEFA Euro 1996 Qualifying, Group 4
16
11 Sep 1994 17:00 (+9:00)

Gangneung, Gangneung Stadium

Friendly International
17
13 Sep 1994 19:10 (+9:00)

Seoul, Dongdaemun Stadium

Friendly International
18
12 Oct 1994 19:00 (+2:00)

Kyiv, Republican Stadium

UEFA Euro 1996 Qualifying, Group 4
19
13 Nov 1994 17:00 (+2:00)

Kyiv, Republican Stadium

UEFA Euro 1996 Qualifying, Group 4
20
25 Mar 1995 20:15 (+1:00)

Zagreb, Stadion Maksimir

UEFA Euro 1996 Qualifying, Group 4
21
29 Mar 1995 21:30 (+3:00)

Kyiv, Republican Stadium

UEFA Euro 1996 Qualifying, Group 4
22
26 Apr 1995 18:00 (+3:00)

Tallinn, Kadrioru Staadion

UEFA Euro 1996 Qualifying, Group 4
23
11 Jun 1995 19:00 (+3:00)

Kyiv, Republican Stadium

UEFA Euro 1996 Qualifying, Group 4
24
06 Sep 1995 18:30 (+3:00)

Vilnius, Žalgirio Stadionas

UEFA Euro 1996 Qualifying, Group 4
25
11 Oct 1995 18:00 (+1:00)

Ljubljana, Centralni Stadion Bežigrad

UEFA Euro 1996 Qualifying, Group 4
26
11 Nov 1995 20:30 (+1:00)

Bari, Stadio San Nicola

UEFA Euro 1996 Qualifying, Group 4
27
09 Apr 1996 17:00 (+3:00)

Chișinău, Stadionul Republican

Friendly International
28
01 May 1996 20:00 (+3:00)

Samsun, Samsun 19 Mayıs Stadyumu

Friendly International
29
13 Aug 1996 19:00 (+3:00)

Kyiv, Olimpiysky National Sports Complex

Friendly International
30
31 Aug 1996 15:00 (+1:00)

Belfast, Windsor Park

1998 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 9
31
05 Oct 1996 20:00 (+3:00)

Kyiv, Olimpiysky National Sports Complex

1998 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 9
32
09 Nov 1996 20:45

Porto, Estádio do Futebol Clube do Porto (das Antas)

1998 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 9
33
23 Mar 1997 16:00 (+2:00)

Kyiv, Olimpiysky National Sports Complex

Friendly International
34
29 Mar 1997 18:00 (+1:00)

Granada, Estadio Nuevo Los Cármenes

1998 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 9
35
02 Apr 1997 18:00 (+3:00)

Kyiv, Olimpiysky National Sports Complex

1998 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 9
36
30 Apr 1997 19:30 (+2:00)

Bremen, Weserstadion

1998 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 9
37
07 May 1997 19:00 (+3:00)

Kyiv, Olimpiysky National Sports Complex

1998 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 9
38
07 Jun 1997 21:30 (+3:00)

Kyiv, Olimpiysky National Sports Complex

1998 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 9
39
20 Aug 1997 19:00 (+3:00)

Kyiv, Olimpiysky National Sports Complex

1998 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 9
40
11 Oct 1997 20:30 (+4:00)

Yerevan, Hrazdan Stadium

1998 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 9

Ukraine national football team records and stats

9:0
Biggest victory (9 September 2013 vs San Marino)
1:7
Heaviest defeat (10 October 2020 vs France)
6
Most consecutive victories (10 October 2004 vs Georgia - 6 June 2005 vs Greece)
13
Most consecutive matches without defeat (8 August 1998 vs Georgia - 10 October 1999 vs Russia)
4
Most consecutive draws (achieved on 3 occasions, most recently 3 March 2021 vs France - 5 May 2021 vs Bahrain)
11
Most consecutive matches without a draw (10 October 2013 vs Poland - 11 November 2014 vs Luxembourg, 10 October 2016 vs Kosovo - 11 November 2017 vs Slovakia)
11
Most consecutive matches without victory (6 June 2003 vs Greece - 9 September 2004 vs Denmark)
4
Most consecutive defeats (6 June 2011 vs France - 9 September 2011 vs Czech Republic)
10
Most consecutive matches scoring (4 April 1995 vs Estonia - 10 October 1996 vs Portugal, 3 March 2019 vs Luxembourg - 9 September 2020 vs Switzerland)
4
Most consecutive matches without scoring (9 September 1994 vs Lithuania - 10 October 1994 vs Slovenia)
11
Most consecutive matches conceding a goal (6 June 2021 vs Netherlands - 11 November 2021 vs Bulgaria)
8
Most consecutive matches without conceding a goal (6 June 2013 vs Cameroon - 11 November 2013 vs France)
External sources

tuzenko - posted on 23 November 2020 at 15:16:09

Details of matches → www.uafootball.net.ua

Ukraine football association

Ukrainian Association of Football
(native: Українська асоціація футболу)

Most caps for Ukraine
1. Anatoliy Tymoshchuk (2000 - 2016) - 144 caps
2. Andriy Yarmolenko (2009 - 2024) - 122 caps
3. Andriy Shevchenko (1995 - 2012) - 111 caps
4. Andriy Pyatov (2007 - 2022) - 102 caps
5. Ruslan Rotan (2003 - 2018) - 100 caps
Most goals for Ukraine
1. Andriy Shevchenko (1995 - 2012) - 48 goals
2. Andriy Yarmolenko (2009 - 2024) - 46 goals
3. Yevhen Konoplyanka (2010 - 2023) - 21 goals
4. Roman Yaremchuk (2018 - 2024) - 16 goals
5. Serhiy Rebrov (1992 - 2006) - 15 goals
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