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/ Main / News / Odessa KVN (Club of the Cheery & Smart) players celebrate KVN’s 45th anniversary


Placed: 10.11.2006 08:53:02

Odessa KVN (Club of the Cheery & Smart) players celebrate KVN’s 45th anniversary

KVN players from Odessa celebrate the 45th anniversary of the first KVN program on the TV

KVN players from Odessa celebrate the 45th anniversary of the first KVN program on the TV.
“I’d like to wish all the experienced players, all the newbies and all the future players good luck in this game”, congratulated everyone the showman of the 1st Ukrainian KVN league, twice the champion of USSR KVN  Dmitriy Shpinaryov.  On his opinion, KVN is the world youth movements that attracts more and more young people and helps them to develop themselves.
KVN was first on air on November, 8, 1961. The game was participated by two teams of 11 players. In 1971 the program was closed and it got renewed only on May, 25, 1986. The first season of the revewed KVN was participated by “Odessa gentlemen” team.
Odessa team won the KVN Higher League championship for four times.
The 1st Ukrainian League if the official “AMiK” league. It was founded in Simferopol in January 2005 and was based on KVN Crimean League. In the season 2005, the games of the 1st Ukrainian League took place in Simferopol and Feodosia. In 2006 it moved to Odessa, where it is a part of KVN Southern League having been founded in 2000.
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