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During the war championship of , which was interrupted unexpectedly, the club defeated Soviet champions Dynamo Moscow and after about ten games were placed in fifth in the league.
In the last game of that championship, played on 24 June, two days after the start of the Great Patriotic War ,  which they lost at home to Traktor Stalingrad.
In , Viktor Fomin was named Ukrainian Footballer of the Year , despite the club finishing only 11th in the league. The most notable player of that achievement was the striker Aleksandr Ponomarev , who came to finish his football career in Donbass , the region he was born in, and was named Ukrainian Footballer of the Year for Despite the latest achievement, Shakhtar was relegated at the end of the season and as part of the re-organization of the team, former player Aleksandr Ponomarev became the head coach of the club.
In , the players of the club received less yellow and red cards than any other team in the championship, for what the Sovetsky Sport newspaper awarded the club with the "Fair Play Award.
Among the players playing for the club then where defenders Viacheslav Aliabiev and Vladimir Salkov. At the end of the season, Shakhtar received the Progress Cup for making the biggest progress from previous season in the league they received the award again in A year later, the team finished second in the league campaign and its captain— striker Vitaliy Starukhin —became the top scorer in the USSR Championship with 26 goals scored, also being named Soviet Footballer of the Year.
The club was only two points away from the first place, despite having important players leaving the club before the season, and other important players receiving injuries.
Morozov became joint top scorers of the tournament. In , Shakhtar received the fewest yellow and red cards in the championship, for which the club was awarded the "Soviet Top League Fair Play Award" by Man and Law magazine.
In the newly-independent Ukraine, Shakhtar, along with Dynamo Kyiv, became perennial first place competitors. In the year that followed, Rinat Akhmetov took over as president and subsequently invested heavily in the club.
Despite Shakhtar not being a strong contender for the championship at the time, finishing second many times with a large point gap from the first-place position, they won the Ukrainian Cup three times, in under the management of former player Vladimir Salkov , and Towards the end of the decade, the team finally started to look like a team able to become champion.
In , a Shakhtar football academy was opened and now hosts football training for roughly 3, youth. In , Andriy Vorobey was named Ukrainian Footballer of the Year by Komanda , the first Shakhtar player in independent Ukraine to do so, and became the top scorer in the —01 Ukrainian Premier League.
The club won its first ever Ukrainian Premier League title in the —02 season under coach Nevio Scala , winning by a single point over Dynamo Kyiv. They were also victorious in the —02 Ukrainian Cup , defeating Dynamo 3—2 after extra time in the final.
After multiple managerial changes, in the Romanian Mircea Lucescu was invited to build a team in Shakhtar.
After ten days at the club, he won the —04 Ukrainian Cup and after three months, for the first time in club history, the club made it to the UEFA Champions League group stage, which won him the Romania Coach of the Year title.
They finished as runners up in the —05 Ukrainian Cup , losing to Dynamo in a penalty shoot-out the final. They retained the Premier League crown in the —06 season and managed to avenge the defeat to Dynamo in the previous Super Cup by defeating them on penalties to win their first-ever Super Cup title.
Shakhtar appeared in all three editions of the Channel One Cup , winning the edition and finishing runners-up in Having missed out on the league title in —07 ,  Shakhtar regained the title in —08 , also being victorious in the Ukrainian Cup after defeating Dynamo Kyiv 2—0 in the final.
Before the start of the —10 season, Shakhtar won the friendly Uhrencup tournament. The —11 season was a very successful one for Shakhtar.
They reached the quarter-finals of the Champions League, their then-best-ever performance in the competition. The main players at that time were captain Darijo Srna, defender Yaroslav Rakitskiy , Armenian midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan who was named Armenian Footballer of the Year twice while playing for Shakhtar and Brazilian midfielders Fernandinho and Willian.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan became the top scorer of the league, setting a Ukrainian championship record of 25 goals. Shakhtar spent the following summer trying to integrate new young players into the team, who along with the remaining players were to form the backbone of the renewed Shakhtar.
Shakhtar also won the Ukrainian Super Cup, holding the trophy for the sixth time. Manager Mircea Lucescu was named the Romania Coach of the Year, receiving the award for the fourth time.
Due to the war in Donbas, Shakhtar had to temporarily move and play its games in Arena Lviv ,  resulting in very low attendance.
One record was that for the first time during a Ukrainian derby game in Kiev a team scored three goals. The other record was that for the first time Shakhtar had more Ukrainian derby victories, 26, than Dynamo.
On 29 August the construction of its new stadium, Donbass Arena , was accomplished and the stadium was opened.
Located in the City Park of Culture and Recreation , it has a capacity of 50, and has been honored with a UEFA five star rating, the highest rating achievable.
The stadium received some major renovations, including the installation of bench seats in when Shakhtar made it to the Champions League Group Stage.
A mascot mole moles is a nickname for the club will entertain spectators during the home matches. Shakhtar are rated 40th by the average game attendance, being the top eastern European club on the rating charts.
From until the end of , due to War in Donbass , Shakhtar played its home matches at the Arena Lviv. Shakhtar Donetsk has its own training facilities for its first team, reserve team and youth academy all located at Kirsha Training Centre.
Due to the war conditions in the eastern Ukraine , Shakhtar temporary venue for its home matches has changed several times, while it was announced that the team will use training facilities in Kiev.
The club used to field a couple of reserve teams that competed at professional level. The club however fields its youth Shakhtar U team in the youth championship of Ukrainian Premier League.
Shakhtar also has its football academy that fields four teams in a special youth league designated for teenagers. Since the club also has a team for the U championship of Ukrainian Premier League.
During the Soviet times the club used to have one youth team named Shakhter-D Donetsk that participated in a separate Soviet championship for doubles.
Later, in the middle of the s, their logo depicted two crossed hammers, with "Shakhtar Donetsk" written in the circle. The crest was added to the kit and remained there since, except for several seasons in the beginning of the s.
Therefore, some sources have its name written often as "Shakhter" or rarely "Shakhtyor. In , an artist, Viktor Savilov, on the event of the club restructuring offered a draft variant of a logo with elements of the ball and a pitch.
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