President:  Maksym  Zavgorodniy  
Management Team:
Mykola  Kolyuchiy 
Sergiy  Burhan 
Viktor  Maslov 
Volodymyr  Nyzhnevskiy 
Address:
51908  Dniprodzerzhynsk,  7 Sportyvna Str. 
Web site:  http://fcstal.com.ua/
Phone:  056-923-7502
Players
Goalkeepers
12  Olexander Bandura Ukraine  
79  Yuriy Pankiv Ukraine  
Defenders
42  Rostyslav Bahdasarov Ukraine  
Artem Baranovsky Ukraine  
32  Mykola Ischenko Ukraine  
Anton Kravchenko Ukraine  
19  Serhiy Pshenychnykh Ukraine  
44  Yuriy Putrash Ukraine  
Serhiy Voronin Ukraine  
Midfielders
Volodymyr Adamiuk Ukraine  
29  Ruslan Babenko Ukraine  
Maxym Kalenchuk Ukraine  
91  Roman Karasiuk Ukraine  
25  Olexander Kozak Ukraine  
21  Valeriy Kucherov Ukraine  
20  Vasyl Tsiutsiura Ukraine  
Forwards
11  Yevhen Budnik Ukraine  
93  Roman Debelko Ukraine  
Volodymyr Homeniuk Ukraine  
14  Anton Kotliar Ukraine  
10  Vladyslav Kulach Ukraine  
39  Denys Vasin Ukraine  

FC Stal Dniprodzerzhynsk is a Ukrainian football club located in Dniprodzerzhynsk, Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, Ukraine.

The club's previous names are: "Dzerzhinka" (1934), "Metallurg" (1949-97). "Stal" from 1998.

The club was founded in 1926 under the name of Metalist. In 1978, under the name of Metalurh Dniprodzerzhynsk, the team won the Ukrainian championship for sports clubs and was promoted to the Soviet Second League. The club's best achievement was 12th place in the 1982-83 season, and it was soon relegated in 1985.

In 1994, the club became almost defunct. In 1998, the team was reorganized under the current name, Stal Dniprodzerzhynsk. The team became one of the strongest in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast and in 2001, it was promoted to the Ukrainian amateur championship. In the same year, Stal won the Dnipropetrovsk Oblast Cup and was promoted to the Druha Liha B. In the 2003-04 season, Stal became the champions of the division and were promoted to the Persha Liha.

Club's colors are silver, blue and white.

Best record:

Ukrainian Second League Group B: 1st - 2003/04
Ukrainian Cup Qurterfinalist – 2006/07