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[en] Within the generalized DMFT+Σ approach, we study disorder effects in the temperature dependence of paramagnetic critical magnetic field Hcp(T) for Hubbard model with attractive interaction. We consider the wide range of attraction potentials U—from the weak coupling limit, when superconductivity is described by BCS model, up to the limit of very strong coupling, when superconducting transition is related to Bose–Einstein condensation (BEC) of compact Cooper pairs. The growth of the coupling strength leads to the rapid growth of Hcp(T) at all temperatures. However, at low temperatures, paramagnetic critical magnetic field Hcp grows with U much more slowly, than the orbital critical field, and in BCS limit, the main contribution to the upper critical magnetic filed is of paramagnetic origin. The growth of the coupling strength also leads to the disappearance of the low temperature region of instability towards type I phase transition and Fulde–Ferrell–Larkin–Ovchinnikov (FFLO) phase, characteristic of BCS weak coupling limit. Disordering leads to the rapid drop of Hcp(T) in BCS weak coupling limit, while in BCS–BEC crossover region and BEC limit Hcp(T → 0) dependence on disorder is rather weak. Within DMFT+Σ approach, disorder influence on Hcp(T) is of universal nature at any coupling strength and is related only to disorder widening of the conduction band. In particular, this leads to the drop of the effective coupling strength with disorder, so that disordering restores the region of type I transition in the intermediate coupling region.