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Most of the fans hold right-wing ideological views (Ukrainian nationalism). Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk is considered the third most popular club in Ukraine, and home and away matches are attended by large crowds. The largest Dnipro ultras groups are the Voice of the North Stand (Ukrainian: Рупор Північної Трибуни) and Ultras'83 (Ukrainian: Ультрас'83).

Christophe Galtier, l'entraîneur de Saint-Étienne, est convaincu que son équipe se montrera à la hauteur en Ligue Europa, jeudi soir au stade Geoffroy-Guichard, face à une équipe de Dniepropetrovsk qu'elle a battue il y a quinze jours (1-0) .

Artem Fedetskiy, le latéral droit du Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk battu il y a quinze jours en Ukraine (0-1), a conscience de l'importance du match de Ligue Europa à Saint-Etienne, jeudi (21h05).

In 2005, the most powerful representative of the "Dnipropetrovsk Faction" in Ukrainian politics was Leonid Kuchma, the former President of Ukraine and former senior manager of Yuzhmash.

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Le Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk s'est repris lors de la 6e journée de Championnat.

Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk participates in European competitions since 1984 after playing its first against Trabzonspor. Since 2001, however, the club participates almost on annual basis with variable successes. However, this was interrupted in 2016, when, despite finishing third place, Dnipro was forbidden to play in the European competitions by UEFA.

The city is the centre of Ukrainian bandy. The Ukrainian Federation of Bandy and Rink-Bandy has its office in the city.[113] The foremost local bandy club is Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk, which won the Ukrainian championship in 2014.

The major streets of the city were renamed in honour of Marxist heroes during the Soviet era. Following the 2015 law on decommunization these have been renamed.[14][61]

The club's franchise traces its history all the way back when the first team that was formed in 1918 by the Petrovsky factory and was called as BRIT (Brianskyi Robitnychyi Industrialnyi Tekhnikum). The team participated in the regional competition (Katerynoslav championship). With the four other teams BRIT played its games on small stadium "Sokil" which was located at the corner of Pushkin street and Yuriy Savchenko street.

Late June 2016 rumours appeared that club owner Ihor Kolomoyskyi had stopped funding the club.[6] Kolomoyskyi immediately denied this but did state "The club will not exist in the same form as before" and that it was "not normal to spend crazy amounts of money" on the then current squad.[6]

Le Dynamo Kiev a remporté un troisième match de Championnat en autant de journées jouées.

Dnipro, which is the Ukrainian name of the Dnieper river in Ukraine, is a popular sports name in Dnipropetrovsk. Beside the association football club there also is a bandy team under the same name,[1] basketball team and others. However, FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk is not a multi-sport club. The club is owned by the Privat Group that also owns BC Dnipro and Budivelnyk Kyiv.

Dnipro maintains friendly relations with Karpaty Lviv, Dynamo Kyiv (the fan union Braty po Zbroyi) and Veres Rivne. Dnipro has strained relations to Shakhtar Donetsk, Metalurg Zaporizhya, Chornomorets Odesa, Metalist Kharkiv, Kryvbas Kryvyy Rih and Arsenal Kyiv. However, all fans have currently declared a truce because of the war in Eastern Ukraine.

In April 2005 the club's new arena broke ground. It was constructed by Germany's largest construction company Hochtief. The construction itself took 3 years and 4 months, but a nine-month delay occurred due to a land dispute over a site where the stadium's car park was planned. The stadium's final capacity is 31,003 people and the initial estimated cost of the construction was set at €40,000,000.

Myron Markevych, l'entraîneur du Dnipro, a reconnu la supériorité de Saint-Etienne après la large défaite de son équipe (3-0) jeudi soir à Geoffroy-Guichard.

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Dnipropetrovsk has five single-mandate parliamentary constituencies entirely within the city, through which members of parliament (MPs) are elected to represent the city in Rada. At the last (2014) general election, were won by PPB and independent candidates with. In multimember districts city voted for Opposition Bloc, union of all political forces that did not endorse Euromaidan.

Football Club Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk (Ukrainian: Футбо́льний Клуб «Дніпро́» Дніпропетро́вськ IPA: [dnʲiˈprɔ dnʲiprɔpɛˈtrɔβ̞sʲk]) is a Ukrainian professional football club based in Dnipropetrovsk.

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In the time of the Ukrainian Directorate government, with its dictator Symon Petlura, the city had periods of uncertain power. At times the anarchists of Nestor Makhno held the city, and at others Denikin's Volunteer Army. Military operations of the Red Army, which came in from the North, captured the city in 1919, and despite attempts by Russian General Wrangel in 1920, he was unable to reach Yekaterinoslav. The War ended the following year.

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In 1926 the city was renamed after Communist leader Grigory Petrovsky.[14][15] Hence following the 2015 law on decommunization the city had to be renamed.[14] On 19 May 2016 the Ukrainian parliament passed a bill to officially rename the city to the name Dnipro.[10][nb 2]

Le Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk a été suspendu un an de compétition européenne pour avoir enfreint le règlement financier.

The formation of the fan movement in Dnipropetrovsk began in the early 1980s, which saw the appearance of the first representatives of Dnipro ultras at the stadium. Later was established one of the largest fans unions – the Braty po Zbroyi (English: Brothers in Arms) – involving Dnipro, Dynamo Kyiv and Karpaty Lviv.

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Since the beginning of conflict in Eastern Ukraine, Dnipro have played their European matches at the Olympic Stadium in Kyiv at the behest of UEFA, although there has been comparatively less conflict in Dnipropetrovsk than other areas.[7]

The most famous derby in eastern Ukraine is the Skhidne Derby (English: Eastern Derby) between FC Dnipro and FC Metalist Kharkiv. The game at the stadium is very hard and almost every game ends in a fight between football fans from Dnipropetrovsk and Kharkiv. There is also a city derby in Dnipropetrovsk between FC Dnipro and FC Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih.

Le Chakhtior Donetsk a remporté, dimanche contre Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk, sa cinquième victoire (4-0) en autant de journées.