FC Skala Stryi
The team played in the championship of the Poland. In 1936 Skala Stryi was closed as Ukrainian nationality. Also this club was one of the few survivors of the Soviet football competition.
FC Karpaty Kamianka-Buzka moved to Stryj before the independent championship started in Ukraine and changed its name to FC Skala Stryj. That club had participated in the Ukrainian championship since 1992 starting in the Persha Liha Group A. They continued to compete at that level until the end of the 1996/97 season when the club dissolved.
FC Hazovyk-Skala Stryi
Prior 2001, the club played its games in Komarno which is much closer to Lviv. In 2004 FC Hazovyk-Skala Stryi won the Druha Liha Group A championship and was promoted to the Ukrainian First League. The team became financially distressed after the 2005/06 season and they moved to Lviv changing its name to FC Lviv.
FC Skala-Ekran Stryi
Since 2007 the club was renamed to FC Skala-Ekran Stryi and play in competition of the L'viv oblast.
|1992||2nd "B"||6||26||11||9||6||39||24||31||1/8 finals|
|1996-97||3rd "A"||13||30||9||7||14||23||26||34||1/16 finals|
|1997-98||3rd "A"||11||34||11||8||15||30||28||41||1/64 finals|
|1998-99||3rd "A"||4||28||15||5||8||41||25||50||1/32 finals|
|1999-00||3rd "A"||7||30||12||7||11||43||40||43||1/16 finals 2nd League Cup|
|2000-01||3rd "A"||10||30||9||10||11||26||38||37||1/16 finals 2nd League Cup|
|2001-02||3rd "A"||10||36||12||11||13||31||38||47||2nd Round||as Hazovyk-Skala Stryj|
|2002-03||3rd "A"||9||28||8||9||11||15||23||33||1/32 finals|
|2003-04||3rd "A"||1||30||18||11||1||46||15||65||1/16 finals||Promoted|
|2005-06||2nd||6||34||14||10||10||35||33||52||1/8 finals||Club moved to Lviv|
Renamed FC Lviv
|2006-||Refer to FC Lviv|