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Sports (February-March)

Dynamo Starts Europa League Knockout Stage
21 February at 22.00
Olympiyskiy Stadium (V Vasylkivska 55)

It’s crunch time for Kyiv’s beloved Dynamo as they try to brush off Greek giants Olympiacos in Europa League knockout stage action this month. After topping Group K, Kyiv’s Olympiyskiy Stadium will host the decisive encounter on 21 February. Olympiacos has never beaten Dynamo, but with both squads sitting second in their respective leagues, the match-up should prove a test for Kyiv’s most popular team.

50 – 500 UAH

Dynamo Kyiv –
Ukrainian Premier League
23 February at 18.30 vs Zorya Luhansk
9 March at TBC vs Arsenal Kyiv
Olympiyskiy Stadium (V Vasylkivska 55)
20 – 50 UAH

Arsenal Kyiv – Ukrainian Premier League
24 February at 14.00 vs Desna Chernihiv
9 March time TBC vs Dynamo Kyiv
Lobanovsky Dynamo Stadium (Nebesnoi Sotni 3)
Tickets: 20 – 40 UAH

Ukrainian National Basketball Team – World Cup Qualifying
22 February vs Montenegro
Palace of Sports (Sportyvna 1)
100 – 900 UAH

Kyiv Basket – Ukrainian SuperLeague
16 February at 19.00 vs Khimik
1 March at 19.00 vs Mykolaiv
3 March at 19.00 vs Zaporizhia
13 March at 19.00 vs Dnipro
Meridian Sports Complex (Heroes of Sevastopol 11b) or Palace of Sports (Sportyvna 1)
60 – 200 UAH

Kyiv Basket – Ukrainian Women’s SuperLeague
15 February at 18.00 at Vinnytsia Lightning
17 February at 18.00 at Rivne
22 February at 18.00 vs Dynamo Kyiv
1 March at 18.00 vs Vinnytsia Lightning
Meridian Sports Complex (Heroes of Sevastopol 11b)

Ukraine Makes Final Push for Basketball World Cup
22 February at 19.00
Palace of Sports (Sportyvna 1)

It’s now or never for Ukraine’s national basketball team as the final two qualification games are set for this month. Just three points separate the top five teams in Group I – and only three will qualify for this summer’s World Cup in China, making every game critical. Ukraine should have no troubles with last-placed Slovenia, but will need to avenge a 90-84 road loss when they host Montenegro at Kyiv’s Palace of Sports on 22 February. Two wins would see Ukraine qualify for only its second Basketball World Cup.

100 – 900 UAH

Dynamo Kyiv – Ukrainian Women’s SuperLeague
1 March at 18.00 vs Rivne
2 March at 18.00 vs Vinnytsia Lightning
Drahomanova National Pedagogical University’s Institute of Physical Education (Turhenivska 3/9)

Kyiv Ice Wolves – Ukrainian Hockey League
17 February vs Donbas
27 February vs Dnipro
Shalett Ice Arena (Shalett 6)

Kyiv Ukrainochka – Ukrainian Women’s Hockey League
22 February vs Kyiv Avtomobilist
23 February vs Kyiv Avtomobilist
24 February vs Kyiv Avtomobilist
Shalett Ice Arena (Shalett 6)

Ladies Run
8 March at 10.30
Water Information Centre (Hrushevsky 1)
300 – 500 UAH


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