I am glad that I bought this shirt when I did as of right now, the club has ceased to exist. It was one of the first few Eastern European shirts that I bought as I knew how hard it might get to find one of these once time had passed. The shirt deign is nice. I like how the dark blue colouring compliments the main yellow body of the shirt. Plus I also like how the vertical stripes are at varying lengths.
Design Rating: 4/10
Rarity Rating: 6/10
RANDOM CLUB FACT
Metalist was expected to take 4th place (and subsequently compete in the UEFA Cup) by virtue of having the best three-way head-to-head record among the three teams (which is the official tie-breaker to be used in domestic competitions), but following a protest by FC Metalurh Zaporizhzhya and an arbitrary decision by PFL (the administrative body of the UPL), FC Metalurh Zaporizhzhya was awarded 4th place on grounds that they had better head-to-head records independently against either side. Following unsuccessful protests from Metalist, a disheartened management, team and fan base would see the club finish bottom in the following season and earning a demotion to the Ukrainian First League.