21:00 CET12/06/2016
Germany-Ukraine
Football - EURO 2016
Place Bet
Site Partner
visit

Ukraine Team EURO 2016 Squad

  • Country: Ukraine
  • Couch: Mykhailo Fomenko
  • Full team’s name: Ukraine National Football Team
  • Nicknames: Synyo-Zhovti (Blue and yellows) The Team
  • Association formed: 1992
  • Stadium: NSK Olimpiyskyi, Kyiv
  • Official webpage: www.ffu.org.ua/eng/
  • Colours: blue, yellow

Ukraine was a truly prolific resource for the former Soviet Union before their revolution and had to wait two decades to enter the finals as a fully independent nation. Let’s see how this information can help with Ukraine Euro 2016 fixtures.

Squad
Player Position Height Weight Age
1
Dmytro Bezotosniy
GOALKEEPER 192cm 83kg 32
2
Denys Boyko
GOALKEEPER 194cm 82kg 28
3
Rustam Khudzhamov
GOALKEEPER 191cm 85kg 33
4
Andriy Pyatov
GOALKEEPER 190cm 84kg 31
5
Olexandr Rybka
GOALKEEPER 193cm 92kg 29
6
Mykyta Shevchenko
GOALKEEPER 187cm 80kg 23
7
Mykyta Burda
DEFENDER 187cm 80kg 21
8
Artem Fedetskiy
DEFENDER 183cm 76kg 31
9
Yevhen Khacheridi
DEFENDER 198cm 85kg 28
10
Pavlo Ksonz
DEFENDER 177cm 71kg 29
11
Olexandr Kucher
DEFENDER 184cm 77kg 33
12
Yevhen Makarenko
DEFENDER 186cm 77kg 25
13
Maksym Malyshev
DEFENDER 181cm 76kg 23
14
Mykola Morozyuk
DEFENDER 176cm 71kg 28
15
Ivan Ordets
DEFENDER 194cm 88kg 23
16
Andriy Pylyavskyi
DEFENDER 193cm 80kg 27
17
Yaroslav Rakitskiy
DEFENDER 180cm 70kg 26
18
Vyacheslav Shevchuk
DEFENDER 184cm 78kg 37
19
Vitaliy Vernydub
DEFENDER 194cm 87kg 28
20
Roman Bezus
MIDFIELDER 185cm 78kg 25
21
Edmar
MIDFIELDER 178cm 69kg 35
22
Denys Garmash
MIDFIELDER 186cm 72kg 26
23
Artem Gromov
MIDFIELDER 178cm 72kg 26
24
Oleh Gusev
MIDFIELDER 179cm 78kg 33
25
Mykyta Kamenyuka
MIDFIELDER 172cm 64kg 30
26
Oleksandr Karavayev
MIDFIELDER 173cm 65kg 23
27
Dmytro Khomchenovskiy
MIDFIELDER 182cm 74kg 26
28
Yevhen Konoplyanka
MIDFIELDER 176cm 69kg 26
29
Kyrylo Kovalchuk
MIDFIELDER 184cm 75kg 29
30
Viktor Kovalenko
MIDFIELDER 182cm 75kg 20
31
Ruslan Malinovskiy
MIDFIELDER 181cm 79kg 23
32
Ivan Petriak
MIDFIELDER 171cm 63kg 22
33
Pavlo Rebenok
MIDFIELDER 180cm 75kg 30
34
Ruslan Rotan
MIDFIELDER 174cm 67kg 34
35
Serhiy Rybalka
MIDFIELDER 176cm 70kg 26
36
Yevhen Shakhov
MIDFIELDER 187cm 79kg 25
37
Taras Stepanenko
MIDFIELDER 181cm 75kg 26
38
Serhiy Sydorchuk
MIDFIELDER 189cm 90kg 25
39
Anatoliy Tymoshchuk
MIDFIELDER 181cm 70kg 37
40
Olexandr Zinchenko
MIDFIELDER 175cm 61kg 19
41
Pylyp Budkivskiy
FORWARD 196cm 81kg 24
42
Olexandr Gladkiy
FORWARD 188cm 86kg 28
43
Volodymyr Homenyuk
FORWARD 177cm 75kg 30
44
Artem Kravets
FORWARD 189cm 80kg 26
45
Denys Oliynyk
FORWARD 178cm 72kg 28
46
Yevhen Seleznyov
FORWARD 188cm 85kg 30
47
Andriy Yarmolenko
FORWARD 189cm 81kg 26
48
Roman Zozulya
FORWARD 176cm 72kg 26
Group C
Teams P W D L G F Pts
1 Germany 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 Ukraine 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 Poland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
4 Northern Ireland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Ukraine Shape
All
W
W
D
W
L
Home
W
W
W
Away
D
L
66%
Where to bet?

Ukraine are in Group C in the Euro 2016 Championship and the squad was seen off amid patriotic fervour in Kiev, yet hopes are not quite high for this tournament. Experts don't see Ukraine progressing to the knock-out stage. Even if there is the possibility of claiming the best 3rd-places side, Ukraine just lacks guile and doesn't seem to have the depth for a very long run.

The presence of Yevhen Konoplyanka and Andriy Yarmolenko harks back to those days when Ukraine had two powerful match-winners: Serhiy Rebrov and Andriy Shevchenko. It's left to see if the current pair is great or debatable. What else can help you assess the best Ukraine Euro 2016 betting odds?

If you are looking for Ukraine Euro 2016 betting odds, then you have really landed on the right page.

Ukraine had a few great matches when it was under Soviet Union's umbrella - winning the UEFA European Championship in 1960 and finishing runners-up 3 times: lost to Spain in 1964, to West Germany in 1972 and to the Netherlands in 1988.

2012 is the first time Ukraine managed to qualify to the European Football Championship as an independent country, yet it came within twelve minutes of reaching EURO 2000. That was when Ukraine didn't qualify because Pavlin Miran marked a goal for Slovenia achieving a 3-2 aggregate win.

Ukraine's first appearance was in 2012 when it participated as co-host with Poland. It was a great moment when Schevchenko rolled bck the years and raised the roof of NSK Olimpiyskyi with two great headers beating Sweden 2-1.

Ukraine bowed out by going 2-0 against France and 1-0 to England.

If you are ready to bet, know that we have an aggregate with the best Ukraine EURO odds. /

Memorable European Championship matches

14th November 2015: Ukraine vs Slovenia 2-0, UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying stafe - Ukraine's win in this match laid the foundation for the future success

11 June 2012: Ukraine vs Sweden 2-1, UEFA Euro 2012 group stage - Schevchenko marked his last 2 goals in a successful career.

9th October 1999: Russia vs Ukraine 1-1, UEFA Euro 2000 qualifying stage - Schevchenko marked from a clever free-kick and got a valuable point

The Question

Ukraine's camp had some 'public fasion' issues lately. Coach Fomenko Mykhaylo was probably exasperated in early May when two of his best players fell out in tremendous public fashion. Yarmalenko was actually senf off after kicking Stepanenko in a sudden brawl during the match between Shakhtar Donetsk and Dynamo Kiev. One of the players said publicly that their 'friendship has ended'.