1992 Vyshcha Liha
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1992 Vyshcha Liha was the first football championship organized in Ukraine after the dissolution of the Soviet Union and officially recognized by the UEFA.wikipedia
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The championship started on March 6, about a month later after the qualification rounds of another national tournament, the first edition of Ukrainian Cup.
The first Cup competition in independent Ukraine had an unlikely winner, similar to the championship of 1992.
There were plenty of alternative proposition on the composition and the season's calendar among which from the president of Prykarpattia Anatoliy Revutskyi and the head coach of Temp Ishtvan Sekech.
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Bukovyna Chernivtsi's best achievement in the Ukrainian Premier League was 10th place in its first season.
Nyva TernopilFC Nyva TernopilNiva Ternopol
From 1992 Nyva Ternopil played in the Ukrainian Premier League, after being initially chosen to participate for being one of the top 9 (of 11) Ukrainian teams from the 1991 Soviet Second League, Zone West.
Volyn LutskFC Torpedo LutskTorpedo Lutsk
The club took part in the Ukrainian Premier League from its first championship in 1992.
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Zorya was one of the original twenty teams to debut for the first season of the Ukrainian Premier League.
Football Federation of UkraineUkraineFFU
The Football Federation of Ukraine when organizing the competition decided to shift its calendar to synchronize it with one common in Europe "fall-spring" and organized a short championship.
The first round of the 1992 Higher League was scheduled on 6–7 March 1992.
Torpedo ZaporizhiaTorpedo ZaporizhyaFC Torpedo Zaporizhya
Considering other official games (outside of the league), FC Torpedo Zaporizhia and FC Dynamo Kyiv has played the record of 26 games from February 18 through June 21 and the most among the other clubs in the League.
Torpedo Zaporizhya's best achievement in the Ukrainian Premier League was 7th place (thrice, in 1992 (prorated), 1994–95, and 1995–96).
1991Soviet First League1991 season
1991Soviet Second League1991 (Zone West)
Tavriya SimferopolTavriyaFC Tavriya Simferopol
The original Tavriya was a member of the Ukrainian Premier League from its founding, and won the very first Ukrainian Premier League, making them one of three teams that have ever held this title.
After managing the club in the 1991 Soviet Second League, Balan led the club during the inaugural 1992 Ukrainian Premier League season (operating under the name Evis Mykolayiv) but resigned as the club were relegated to the second tier.
Metalurh ZaporizhyaMetalurh ZaporizhiaFC Metalurh Zaporizhia
There were opponents of organization of the championship among the most notable was FC Metalurh Zaporizhia.
1991UkSSR Cup, 1⁄4 finalsWinner of Cup of the Ukrainian SSR
The cup winner Temp Shepetivka was allowed to qualify for the 1992 Vyshcha Liha (Top League).
Chornomorets OdesaChornomorets OdessaFC Chornomorets Odessa
The club was a founding member of the Ukrainian Premier League, winning the Ukrainian Cup and finishing 5th in the inaugural 1992 season.
Sergei RebrovRebrovSergiy Rebrov
In his second season, playing in the newly established Ukrainian Premier League, he became a joint 3rd goalscorer, catching the eye of Dynamo Kyiv scouts.
Temp ShepetivkaTempFC Temp-Advis Khmelnytskyi
Temp Shepetivka took last place in its group that season and was demoted to the Persha Liha as a result.
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Naftovyk-Ukrnafta OkhtyrkaNaftovyk OkhtyrkaFC Naftovyk Okhtyrka
Naftovyk Okhtyrka took 8th place in its group that season and was demoted to the Persha Liha as a result.
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