Nickname: Zeleno-Bili (Green-Whites), Zeleni Levy (Green Lions)
UEFA club competition honours
Domestic honours (most recent triumph in brackets)
• USSR Cup: 1 (1969)
• Named after the Carpathian Mountains, Karpaty evolved from a factory side in Silmash, inheriting their forerunners' colours and replacing them in the Soviet Union second tier. The club made history in 1969 as the only team from outside the top flight to lift the USSR Cup, beating FC SKA Rostov-on-Don 2-1 in the final.
• The following year the green and whites narrowly lost to FC Steaua Bucureşti in the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup first round but earned promotion to the Soviet Top League where they remained for nine seasons, twice finishing fourth.
• In 1992 Karpaty entered the inaugural championship of independent Ukraine. They reached the cup final the following year but lost 2-1 to FC Dynamo Kyiv, and the same team beat them in the 1999 showpiece.
• The club enjoyed their biggest European success in 2010, reaching the UEFA Europa League group stage. Drawn with Borussia Dortmund, Paris Saint-Germain FC and Sevilla FC, the Lviv outfit managed a solitary point but booked a return with a fifth-placed finish in the Ukraine Premier League.
• It was a different story in 2011/12, when only a win in their penultimate outing ultimately saved them from relegation.
Most appearances: Lev Brovarskiy (412)
Most goals: Volodymyr Danylyuk (88)
Record victory: 5-0 twice, most recently at home against FC Obolon Kyiv (Premier League, 30/08/2009)
Record defeat: FC Kremin Kremenchuk 6-1 Karpaty (Premier League, 06/04/1996), FC Shakhtar Donetsk 5-0 Karpaty (Premier League, 22/05/2004)
* Last updated 14 May 2012
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