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FeedConstruct to exclusively cover the comeback of Ukrainian football

| By Micah Passman
FeedConstruct is proud to partner with the Ukrainian Association of Football for the 2022/2023 season.
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Sports data specialist FeedConstruct has announced details of its partnership in the 2022/23 season, which will cover the exclusive provision of sports data and video coverage for the Ukrainian Football Premier League (VBet Liga).

Andrii Pavelko, head of the Ukrainian Football Association, said: “Restarting football is a big step for the country. It’s a sign to the world that Ukraine can and will win. It’s also a sign to society that we are confident.”

The start of the Ukrainian Football Premier League (VBet Liga) has already been announced. Fans will be eager to follow the competition between long-time favourites and rivals Shakhtar Donetsk and Dynamo Kyiv.

National team rising stars Viktor Tsygankov, Mykola Shaparenko and Ilya Zabarnyi from Dynamo Kyiv will be watched closely, along with Mykola Matvienko, Anatoliy Trubin, and Mykhaylo Mudryk from Shakhtar Donetsk.

FeedConstruct will offer exclusive live streams and sports betting coverage for around 200 matches worldwide. In addition, the company will also cover the Youth Ukrainian Football Championship (U-19); the Ukrainian First League (Persha Liga), a professional football league in Ukraine and the second tier of the national football competitions pyramid; the Ukrainian Second League, the third tier of professional football in Ukraine; the Ukrainian Women’s High League; and the Futsal Extra-Liga, the top men’s futsal league in Ukraine.

Commenting on the news, Artashes Sargsyan, the deputy CEO of FeedConstruct, said: “Despite challenging circumstances, Ukrainian football will show its strong will, and football fans around the world will have the chance to follow the competitions closely thanks to FeedConstruct’s exclusive rights to the above-mentioned leagues.”