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2020 UEFA European Championship Second Phase Quarter-Final

 Ukraine 0 England 4 [0-1]

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The Zhovto-Blakytni European Championship Finals Squad  June 2021
Translated from Ukrainian...in Ukrainian alphabetical order
←Last Ukrainian Squad that faced England (923) Next Ukrainian Squad to face England (1043)→
Player Birthdate Age Pos Club App G
all born in Ukraine area of Russia or Ukraine (24 August 1991), except where stated
18. Bezus, Roman Anatoliyovych
 Безус, Роман Анатолійович
26 September 1990 30 AM KAA Gent, Belgium 24 5
19. Besyedin, Artem Yuriyovych
 Бєсєдін, Артем Юрійович
31 March 1996 25 F FC Dynamo Kyiv 18 2
Besedin withdrew from the squad on 30 June because of a knee injury
1. Buschan, Heorhiy Mykolayovych
 Бущан, Георгій Миколайович
31 May 1994 27 G FC Dynamo Kyiv 10 0
26. Dovbyk, Artem Oleksandrovych
 Довбик, Артем Олександрович
21 June 1997 24 F SSC Dnipro-1 3 1

21. Karavayev, Oleksandr Oleksandrovych
Караваєв, Олександр Олександрович

2 June 1992 29 M FC Dynamo Kyiv 37 1

4. Kryvtsov, Serhiy Andriyovych
Кривцов, Сергій Андрійович

15 March 1991 30 LCD FC Shakhtar Donetsk 24 0

13. Zabarnyi, Illya Borysovych
Забарний, Ілля Борисович

1 September 2002 18 RCD FC Dynamo Kyiv 12 0
17. Zinchenko, Oleksandr Volodymyrovych
 Зінченко, Олександр Болодимирович
15 December 1996 24 LM Manchester City FC, England 43 7
20. Zubkov, Oleksandr Valeriyovch
 Зубков, Олександр Балерійович
3 August 1996 24 M Ferencvárosi TC, Hungary 12 1

12. Pyatov, Andriy Valeriyovych
 П'ятов, Андрій Балерійович

28 June 1984 37 G FC Shakhtar Donetsk 97 0

14. Makarenko, Yevhenii Oleksandrovych
Макаренко, Євгеній Олександрович

21 May 1991 25 M RSC Anderlecht, Belgium 13 0

8. Malinovsky, Ruslan Vasilievićh
 Маліновський, Руслан Болодимирович

4 May 1993 28 M Atalanta BC, Italy 41 6
11.Romero Bonfim, Marlos
  Ромеро Бонфим, Марлос
7 June 1988
in São José dos Pinhais, Brazil
33 M FC Shakhtar Donetsk 27 1

22. Matviyenko, Mykola Oleksandrovych
 Матвієнк, Микола Олександрович

2 May 1996 25 CD/LB FC Shakhtar Donetsk 40 0

16. Mykolenko, Vitaliy Serhiyovych
Миколенко, Біталій Сергійович

29 May 1999 22 LB FC Dynamo Kyiv 18 0

6. Stepanenko, Taras Mykolayovych
Степаненко,Тарас Миколайович

8 August 1989 31 DM FC Shakhtar Donetsk 64 3

2. Sobol, Eduard Oleksandrovych
 Соболь, Едуард Олександрович

20 April 1995 26 LB Club Brugge KV, Belgium 21 0

5. Sydorchuk, Serhiy Oleksandrovych
 Сдорчук, Сергій Олександрович 

2 May 1991 30 M FC Dynamo Kyiv 40 3
3. Sudakov, Heorhiy Viktorovych
 Судаков, Георгій Бікторович
1 September 2002 18 M FC Shakhtar Donetsk 3 0

24. Tymchyk, Oleksandr Vasylyovych
 Тимчик, Олександр Басильович

20 January 1997 24 D FC Dynamo Kyiv 4 0

23. Trubin, Anatoliy Volodymyrovych
 Трувін, Анатолій Болодимирович

1 August 2001 19 G FC Shakhtar Donetsk 2 0

15. Tsyhankov, Viktor Vitaliyovych
 Циганков, Біктор Біталійович

15 November 1997
in Nahariya, Israel
23 M FC Dynamo Kyiv 28 6

10. Shaparenko, Mykola Volodymyrovych
Щапаренко, Микола Болодимирович

4 October 1998 22 M FC Dynamo Kyiv 16 0

9. Yaremchuk, Roman Olehovych
 Яремчу, Роман олегович

27 November 1995 25 F KAA Gent, Belgium 28 10

7. Yarmolenko, Andriy Mykolayovych
 Ярмоленко, Андрій Миколайович

23 October 1989
in Leningrad, USSR
31 M West Ham United FC, England 98 42

Squad details correct up to and including Ukraine's match against Sweden on 29 June 2021.
Tallies taken from the FFU & Uefa.com


Tuesday, 4 May 2021 - Teams will be allowed to select a 26-player squad instead of 23 at this summer's delayed European Championship Finals. The change has been implemented to lessen the load on players after a club season compressed because of the coronavirus pandemic. It will also help managers adapt if outbreaks occur during the tournament.

Monday, 7 June 2021 - A new kit for Ukraine's football team, showing a map including the Russian-annexed Crimea, has provoked anger in Moscow. Ukraine unveiled its shirt for Euro 2020, emblazoned with its borders including Crimea and the slogan 'Glory to Ukraine!' Russia annexed the Crimean peninsula from Ukraine in 2014, and considers it a part of its territory, something rejected internationally.

Thursday, 10 June 2021 - Ukraine has been told to remove a political slogan from its Euro 2020 jersey by UEFA after Russia protested. UEFA say that the combination of the map and the wording inside the shirt clearly has 'historical and militaristic significance.'

Sunday, 13 June 2021 - Netherlands 3 Ukraine 2 - Denzel Dumfries headed a dramatic late winner to earn Netherlands victory after Ukraine had come back from 2-0 down in a Group C thriller im Amsterdam.  Ukraine pulled their first one back through Andriy Yarmelenko's outstanding 25-yard dipping finish and, four minutes later, Roman Yaremchuk headed the equaliser to silence the Dutch fans. However, Dumfries' excellent 85th minute header, after substitute Nathan Ake's cross, earned the Netherlands victory.

Thursday, 17 June 2021 - Ukraine 2 North Macedonia 1 - Ukraine bounced back from the opening Euro 2020 defeat as they held on to beat the tournament debutants North Macedonia in an entertaining encounter in Bucharest. Shevchenko's side ended a run of six successive European Championship defeats to remain in contention of progression from Group C. Captain Andriy Yarmolenko capitalised on poor defending from a 28th minute corner, before his pass set up Roman Yaremchuk, who slotted neatly into the bottom corner five minutes later.

Monday, 21 June 2021 - Ukraine 0 Austria 1 - Austria reached the knockout stages for the first time as a deserved win over Ukraine secured a last-16 tie against Italy. Christoph Baumgartner's close-range finish proved enough to earn a Wembley meeting with Italy on Saturday. Ukraine struggled to find any fluidity in their play, with their only threatening effort arriving when Mykola Shaparenko forced a routine diving save from Daniel Bachmann in the first half. Ukraine finished third in Group C and qualify for the next phase for their first time, but will have to wait until Wednesday before they find out who their opponents are.

Wednesday, 23 June 2021 - Viktor Claessons' stoppage-time winner for Sweden over Poland takes them to top spot in Group E, setting up a round-of-sixteen fixture against Ukraine.

Tuesday, 29 June 2021 - Sweden 1 Ukraine 2 - Artem Dovbyk scored in added time in extra-time as Ukraine edged out 10-man Sweden at Hampden Park to set up a Euro 2020 quarter-final with England. Oleksandr Zinchenko smashed Ukraine in front with a powerful drive but a deflected shot from Emil Forsberg levelled matters before half-time. Sweden lost Marcus Danielson to a red card in extra time after a VAR check after a studs-up challenge on Artem Besedin's leg. With a penalty shoot-out looming, Dovbyk - one of twelve substitutes used - headed a dramatic winner from close range. The match in Glasgow was an even contest throughout, with both sides out on their feet by the final whistle.

Wednesday, 30 June 2021 - Artem Besedin is out of the tournament with a knee injury following the tackle by Sweden's Marcus Danielson. Besedin is returning to Ukraine for tests. His club, Dynamo Kyiv said that an MRI has shown a partial tear to his posterior cruciate ligament as well as damage to lateral ligaments and a fracture to part of his femur. He will be out of the game for up to six months.

Ukraine Form: last six games
W W L W L W  f 11:a 6  success: 67%
276 3 June 2021 - Ukraine 1 Northern Ireland 0 [1-0]
Dnipro-Arena, Dnipro
Zubkov Fr HW
277 7 June 2021 - Ukraine 4 Cyprus 0 [2-0]
Metalist Stadium, Kharkiv
Yarmolenko (2 (1 pen), Zinchenko (pen), Yaremchuk HW
278 13 June 2021 - Netherlands 3 Ukraine 2 [0-0]
Johan Cruiff Arena, Amsterdam
Wijnaldum, Weghorst, Dumfries
Yarmolenko, Yaremchuk
279 17 June 2021 -
Ukraine 2 North Macedonia 1
Arena Naţională, Bucureşti
Yarmolenko, Yaremchuk
280 21 June 2021 - Ukraine 0 Austria 1 [0-0]
Arena Naţională, Bucureşti
Baumgartner NL
281 29 June 2021 - Sweden 1 Ukraine 2 [1-1]ᴭᵀ
The National Stadium, Glasgow
Zinchenko, Dovbyk
Marcus Danielson