There are overall 11 teams that compete for the title every year between August and May. The current holder of the title is Dynamo Kyiv U21 and the team that holds the most titles is Dynamo Kyiv U21. Sofascore tracks live football scores and U21 table, results, statistics and top scorers. In the 20/21 season, among the most popular teams in U21 for online searches are Shakhtar Donetsk U21, Dynamo Kyiv U21, Vorskla Poltava U21. To follow today’s games and other active leagues, please visit the main page for all competitions in Ukraine.
Competition format of U21
The first edition of the U21 took place in 2008 when the first league winner was Shakhtar Donetsk U21. The teams are placed in 3 tables, with a promotion and relegation system for the best and worst-performing teams. Each team plays overall 21 games in one season and the winner is the team that has the most points at the end of the season.
Top scorers and goals
The top scorer in the U21 Championship 19/20 season was Artem Bondarenko with 20 goals. The average number of goals in the league for season 20/21 is 3.82 per game.
TV partners and official organization
The organization that is in charge of the league is PFL.
Top 8 important questions about U21
#1 Which team in U21 has the most titles?
The team with the most titles in U21 is Dynamo Kyiv U21.
#2 Which team is the current titleholder in U21?
The current titleholder in U21 is Dynamo Kyiv U21.
#3 What rank of competition is U21 in Ukraine?
U21 is the level 1 division in Ukraine.
#4 How many rounds are played each season in U21?
Overall 26 rounds are played in U21 each season.
#5 How many goals are scored on average in U21 in 20/21?
The average number of goals in U21 is 3.82 per game in 20/21.
#6 Is there a playoff round in U21 after the regular season?
There isn't a playoff competition after the regular season in U21.
#7 When does the U21 start and when does it finish?
The U21 usually starts in August and ends in May.
#8 How many groups are there in U21 competition?
The teams in U21 are placed in 3 groups.