Ukrainian First League

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The Persha Liha or Ukrainian First League is a football league in Ukraine and the second tier of national football competitions.wikipedia
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Ukrainian Premier League

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Unlike the Ukrainian Premier League, Persha Liha does not conduct a parallel tournament for junior teams of its clubs.
Also at the end of the season, the bottom clubs (usually two) are relegated to the First League (part of the lower Professional Football League) and replaced by the top clubs from that league.

2019–20 Ukrainian First League

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The following teams are competing in the 2019–20 season.
The 2019–20 Ukrainian First League is the 29th since its establishment.

FC Inhulets Petrove

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The title of the league's top scorer earned on multiple occasions the following players, Serhiy Chuichenko (4 times, Polihraftekhnika Oleksandriya), Oleh Hrytsai (2 times, FC Cherkasy), Oleksandr Aliyev (2 times, Dynamo-2 Kyiv), Matviy Bobal (2 times, Ihroservis Simferopol), Oleksandr Akymenko (2 times, Stal / Inhulets).
FC Inhulets Petrove is a professional Ukrainian football club from the town of Petrove, Kirovohrad Oblast that competes in the Ukrainian First League.

MFC Kremin Kremenchuk

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The club has promoted to the Ukrainian First League after reaching the 3rd place in the 2016-17 season.

1992–93 Ukrainian First League

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Ukrainian First League 1992–93 was the second season of the Ukrainian First League.

1993–94 Ukrainian First League

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1993–94 Ukrainian First League was the third season of the Ukrainian First League which was won by Prykarpattia Ivano-Frankivsk.

1994–95 Ukrainian First League

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Ukrainian First League 1994–95 was the fourth season of the Ukrainian First League which was won by Zirka-NIBAS Kirovohrad.

FC Mynai

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FC Mynai or FC Minaj (Футбольний клуб «Минай», Futbolnyi klub Mynai) is a Ukrainian football club that is from Mynai, Zakarpattia Oblast, that competes currently in the Ukrainian First League.

1995–96 Ukrainian First League

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1995–96 Ukrainian First League was the fifth season of the Ukrainian First League which was easily won by Vorskla Poltava.

FC Prykarpattia Ivano-Frankivsk (1998)

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The club competes in the Ukrainian First League.

1996–97 Ukrainian First League

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Ukrainian First League 1996–97 was the sixth season of the Ukrainian First League which was won by Metalurh Donetsk.

1997–98 Ukrainian First League

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Ukrainian First League 1997–98 was the seventh season of the Ukrainian First League which was won by SC Mykolaiv.

1998–99 Ukrainian First League

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The tournament identified clubs which would qualify for the 1998–99 Ukrainian First League.
1998-99 Ukrainian First League was the eighth season of the Ukrainian First League which was won by FC Dynamo-2 Kyiv.

MCS Rukh

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In general the stadium is finished and meets the requirements of the Ukrainian First League, however still additional funds are needed to resume renovations.

MFA Munkacs Mukacheve

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Based out of Mukacheve, Zakarpattia took part in the Ukrainian First League from its first championship in 1992.

1999–2000 Ukrainian First League

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1999–2000 Ukrainian First League was the ninth season of the Ukrainian First League which was won by FC Dynamo-2 Kyiv.

MFC Mykolaiv

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MFC Mykolaiv became insolvent and ceased to exist after the City Administration of Mykolaiv informed the PFL that the team would not be competing in the 2008/09 Persha Liha season.

2000–01 Ukrainian First League

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The 2000–01 Ukrainian First League was the tenth season of the Ukrainian First League which was won by FC Dynamo-2 Kyiv.

2001–02 Ukrainian First League

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The 2001–02 Ukrainian First League was the eleventh season of the Ukrainian First League which was won by SC Volyn-1 Lutsk.

2002–03 Ukrainian First League

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The 2002–03 Ukrainian First League was the twelfth season of the Ukrainian First League which was won by Zirka Kirovohrad.

FC Elektrometalurh-NZF Nikopol

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*the Runner up (2nd place) of group "B" of the First League in 1992

2003–04 Ukrainian First League

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The 2003–04 Ukrainian First League was the thirteenth season of the Ukrainian First League (football) which was won by Zakarpattia Uzhhorod.

2004–05 Ukrainian First League

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The 2004–05 Ukrainian First League was the 14th since its establishment.

Professional Football League of Ukraine

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The League officially became the top league of the Professional Football League (PFL) from 15 April 2008 when the Ukrainian Premier League reorganized itself into a self-governed entity.
That left the PFL to govern only the First and the Second Divisions.