UEFA club competition honours
• Arsenal Kyiv were founded at the start of the millennium under the tutelage of one-time Kyiv mayor Olexandr Omelchenko following the collapse of FC CSKA. The municipal side entered Ukraine's top flight for the second half of 2001/02.
• Arsenal struggled in their first campaign but fared significantly better under Vyacheslav Grozniy in 2002/03, occupying third spot for a long time before ultimately finishing fifth, their highest top-flight finish.
• The club's funding came under threat in 2006 with the election of a new mayor and, having slipped from fourth to 14th, the club entered a turbulent period which lasted until May 2007 when Arsenal was bought by businessman Vadym Rabynovych.
• The Gunners, still without their own stadium, came close to securing a European spot in 2010/11 only to be eliminated in the Ukrainian Cup semi-finals and miss out on sixth place.
• They will grace UEFA Europa League qualifying in 2012/13, however, after securing a best ever fifth-place finish last term following a run of six wins in their final seven league outings.
Most appearances: Olexandr Pershyn (106)
Most goals: Emmanuel Okoduwa (32)
Record victory: Arsenal 8-1 FC Volyn Lutsk (Premier League, 17/07/2002)
Record defeats: 1-6 twice, and 0-5 at FC Shakhtar Donetsk (Premier League, 02/12/2011)
* Last updated 14 May 2012
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