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Ukraine qualified for the 2006 World Cup Finals on September 3rd, 2005.

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Ukraine in the World Cup Finals

World Cup Appearances:
Germany 2006 is Ukraine's 1st appearance at the World Cup Finals.

Ukraine's Best World Cup Performance

Qualifying for Germany 2006.

Ukraine World Cup Preparations

Ukraine started their World Cup training in Belek, Turkey before moving on to Abtwil, in Switzerland, from 3rd to 7th June.

Ukraine Team Hotel

Seminaris-SeeHotel, Potsdam - Ukraine Team Hotel for the 2006 World Cup Finals.
An der Pirschheide 40, Potsdam.
Situated on the shores of Lake Templin, in the Pirschheide forest, the Seminaris-SeeHotel Potsdam was opened up in 1998. The large wellness area of the Hotel, 'Potsfit', includes a swimming pool, Finnish sauna, steam sauna, massage showers, solariums, warmth banks, fitness rotund and fitness equipment as well as massages and cosmetic studio. So at least the Ukrainians will be looking good.

Hotels in Potsdam:
With Ukraine playing their third match in Berlin, booking a hotel in Potsdam means that you'll be both close to the team and to the Olympic Stadium. The first game, in Leipzig, is also less than two hours away by train. Hamburg is closer to three hours.

Potsdam's most popular sight is the Schloss Sanssouci palace located in the park to which it gives its name. However, there are far more than the former summer residency of Frederick the Great and the Sanssouci park to make your visit worthwhile. The Alexandrowka, the Holl�ndisches Viertel (the Dutch quarter) and the Weaver's quarter - the historic sections of the city - provide the flair of a city steeped in European tradition.

Ukraine Friendly Matches

Drew with Azerbaijan (0:0), Tuesday 28th May. (Baku)

Beat Costa Rica (4:0), Sunday 28th May. (Kiev)
Serhiy Nazarenko (35), Andriy Vorobey (39), Maksim Kalinichenko (40), Oleksiy Byelik (55).

Drew with Italy (0:0), Friday 2nd June. (Lausanne)

Beat Libya (3:0), Monday 5th June. (Gossau, Switzerland)
Vladimir Yezerskiy (51), Oleksiy Byelik (87), Andriy Vorobey (89).

Beat Luxembourg (3:0, Thursday 8th June. (Luxembourg)
All three were scored by the substitutes: Andriy Shevchenko, Andriy Voronin and Maxim Kalinichenko.

Ukraine in the 2006 World Cup

Football Federation of Ukraine
Group H

Spain vs Ukraine in Leipzig:
Ukraine woke up too late to be a part of this game and couldn't have dreamt about a worse possible start; but at least they have Saudi Arabia next.

Saudi Arabia vs Ukraine in Hamburg:
After the defeat against Spain, anything less than a win against Saudi Arabia would have been a disgrace, even if Ukraine are World Cup first-timers.

Ukraine vs Tunisia in Berlin:
Ukraine knew they only needed a point and proved very uninspiring against ten man Tunisia; who could have had a penalty when a free-kick was handled, with the scores even.

Knockout Stage

Second Round
Switzerland vs Ukraine in Köln:
Pascal Zuberbuhler saved Ukraine's first penalty, from Shevchenko, but the Swiss players let him down when they stepped up as Streller had his penalty saved, Barnetta hit the bar and Shovkovskiy stopped Cabanas' penalty as well.

Italy vs Ukraine in Hamburg:
Even at three goals down, Ukraine continued to attack. If they'd have shown the same initiative in the first-half, Ukraine might have still been in the game with a chance of a place in the semi-final.

Ukraine World Cup Squad 2006

Ukraine Football Kit


1 Oleksandr Shovkovskiy (Dynamo Kiev)
12 Andriy Pyatov (Vorskla Poltava)
23 Bogdan Shust (Shakhtar Donetsk)


2 Andriy Nesmachniy (Dynamo Kiev)
3 Sergiy Fedorov (Dynamo Kiev) -- OUT
5 Vladimir Yezerskiy (Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk)
6 Andriy Rusol (Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk)
13 Dmytro Chigrinskiy (Shakhtar Donetsk)
17 Vladislav Vashchuk (Dynamo Kiev)
22 Vyacheslav Sviderskiy (Arsenal Kiev)


4 Anatoliy Tymoschuk (Shakhtar Donetsk)
8 Oleg Shelayev (Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk)
9 Oleg Gusev (Dynamo Kiev)
11 Serhiy Rebrov (Dynamo Kiev)
14 Andriy Gusin (Krylya Sovietov Samara, Russia)
18 Serhiy Nazarenko (Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk)
19 Maksim Kalinichenko (Spartak Moscow)
21 Ruslan Rotan (Dynamo Kiev)


7 Andriy Shevchenko (AC Milan, Italy)
10 Andriy Voronin (Bayer Leverkusen, Germany)
15 Artem Milevskiy (Dynamo Kiev)
16 Andriy Vorobey (Shakhtar Donetsk)
20 Oleksiy Byelik (Shakhtar Donetsk)

Oleg Blokhin.

Players to watch:
7 Andriy Shevchenko (AC Milan, Italy)
10 Andriy Voronin (Bayer Leverkusen, Germany)
21 Ruslan Rotan (Dynamo Kiev)

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