Яремчук Роман Олегович

Roman Olegovich Yaremchuk

Hello, dear readers! Today we are going to dive into the life and career of an outstanding Ukrainian football player, Roman Yaremchuk. Born on November 27, 1995, in Lviv, Roman grew to a height of 1.91 meters and became a prominent figure in the world of football. He is known for playing as a center forward for Valencia on loan from Club Brugge, as well as for the Ukrainian national team. Let’s learn more about his life and achievements.

Childhood and Family
Roman Yaremchuk

At the age of six, he started studying football at the Karpaty school, where Mykola Dudarenko recognized his talent as a forward and put him in the position of a striker. In 2007, when Roman was 11 years old, he moved to the academy of Dynamo Kyiv. For the last three years of his studies, he worked under the guidance of Oleksiy Drotsenko.

Roman Yaremchuk is married to Khrystyna Yaremchuk, a model and blogger. They started their relationship in 2013 and got married in 2017. The couple has a son who was born in 2019.

Роман Яремчук подарував квіти дружині Христині Яремчук

Education and youth career

On September 6, 2008, Yaremchuk made his Dynamo debut in the DUFL in a match against Chernihiv’s Yunist and immediately scored a double. During his debut season in the DUFL, Roman scored 10 goals in 21 matches for the White and Blues. The following season he repeated this figure (again 10 goals in 21 matches), and in the 2010/2011 season he improved his performance, scoring 12 goals in 17 matches. The 2011/2012 season was a real breakthrough for the talented forward, where he scored an average of a goal per game.

Professional career
Roman Yaremchuk

Roman began his professional career in the junior ranks of Dynamo Kyiv. Thanks to his performances in the youth teams, he attracted the attention of the Dynamo coaching staff. Before he graduated from the Academy, he got a chance to go on a training camp with Dynamo-2. After a successful period in Ukraine, he moved to Belgian club Club Brugge, where he demonstrated his skills as a striker, scoring important goals and helping the team achieve high results. Subsequently, he had the opportunity to play for Valencia, which was another step in his professional development.


Roman Yaremchuk made his debut for the Ukrainian national team on September 6, 2018, in a match against the Czech Republic (Ukraine won 2-1). Since then, he has played 50 matches for the national team, scoring 15 goals (2018-2024). He took part in the Euro 2020 final tournament (5 matches, 2 goals), Euro 2020 qualifiers (7 matches, 4 goals), the 2022 World Cup (10 matches, 4 goals) and Euro 2024 (6 matches, 1 goal). He also showed a high level of play in the UEFA Nations League: in 2019 (3 matches), 2021 (5 matches, 1 goal) and 2023 (4 matches).

He played 9 matches in the youth national team of Ukraine, scoring 2 goals (2014-2016), and 30 matches in the youth national teams of Ukraine, scoring 3 goals (2012-2015).

Yaremchuk is also the author of the fastest goal in the history of the Ukrainian Premier League, scoring in the 8th second of a match for Oleksandriya against Vorskla, breaking the previous record of Oleksandr Kosyrin (9 seconds in 2009).

Roman Yaremchuk

Roman Yaremchuk is an example of perseverance and passion for football. His journey from the youth team to playing for the top clubs in Europe is the realization of the dream of many young athletes. By staying true to his principles and working hard, he continues to delight his fans and inspire new generations of footballers.