|Full name||MFC Mykolaiv|
|Ground||Central City Stadium
|League||Druha Liha A|
The club was originally founded in 1920 under the name Sudostroitel (Sudnobudivnyk) Mykolaiv and it is the oldest playing club in the country that competes on the professional level (superseding even Dynamo Kyiv). Holding this record the club never attained any real triumphs and was always competing in the lower divisions. Throughout the Soviet times and until 1990s it always played under the name of Sudnobudivnyk. MFC Mykolaiv took part in the first Ukrainian Premier League season in 1992 under the name FC Evis Mykolaiv, after being initially chosen to participate for being one of the top 9 (of 11) Ukrainian teams from the West Division of the Soviet Second League 1991. The club is one of the holders of the unfortunate distinction as being the team to be demoted three times from the Ukrainian Premier League.
MFC Mykolaiv became insolvent and ceased to exist after the City Administration of Mykolaiv informed the PFL that the team would not be competing in the 2008/09 Persha Liha season. The team then requested re-admittance to the PFL, but it was too late as the calender was already set up. The PFL allowed the club to compete in the Druha Liha, but only in the next season. The administration of the FC Dynamo Kyiv extended its helping hand by withdrawing its junior team Dynamo-3 from the Second League and, thus, for Mykolaiv to be placed instead of it.
Colours are blue and white hooped shirts, white shorts.
Information since Ukrainian Independence
|1992||1st "A"||9||18||3||4||11||12||29||10||1/32 finals||Relegated|
|2005-06||3rd "A"||1||28||22||3||3||56||11||69||1/32 finals||Promoted|
|2008-09||3rd "A"||11||32||11||10||11||28||27||43||Did not enter|
|2009-10||3rd "A"||1/16 finals|