Sokil Kyiv (Сокіл Київ, Сокол Ки́ев, Kiev Falcons) is a professional ice hockey team based in Kyiv, Ukraine. The team currently competes in the Western division of the Russian Supreme League as well as Ukrainian Supreme League.
The club was founded under the name Dynamo Kiev, a name used until 1973. Coach Anatoliy Bogdanov joined the team in 1977, leading to a rapid change of fortune to the club and their re-ascent into the top division. From 1979 to 1992 Sokil Kyiv competed at the highest level of Soviet club hockey, the USSR Championship. The team made the finals for the Spengler Cup in the 1986 season. Biefly for the 1992/93 season, they were known as Sokil Eskulap (Сокіл-Ескулап, Сокол-Эскулап). From 1995 thru 2004, Sokil Kyiv competed in the Eastern European Hockey League, winning the league championship in 1998 and 1999. From the 2004/05 season through the 2006/07 season, the team competed in the Open Championship of Belarus. Sokil Kyiv has been named as a possible expansion team to join the Kontinental Hockey League for the 2009/10 season.
To mark their 45th anniversary, Sokil updated their classic team logo.