1989 Soviet Second League, Zone 6

1989 Football Championship of Ukrainian SSR was the 59th season of association football competition of the Ukrainian SSR, which was part of the Soviet Second League. The Soviet Second League was split after the season and all national (republican) competitions were placed at the lower league (4th division), while the upper league (3rd division) was transformed into a buffer league.

Football Championship of Ukrainian SSR
Season1989
ChampionsVolyn Lutsk
Promotednone (lost playoffs)
RelegatedNovator Mariupol
Top goalscorer35 - Ihor Yavorsky (Nyva Ternopil)
1988
1990

The 1989 Football Championship of Ukrainian SSR was won for the first time by FC Volyn Lutsk. In the competition Volyn passed the 1988 Football Champion of Ukrainian SSR, FC Bukovyna Chernivtsi. Like the last season Bukovyna, Volyn also failed to earn promotion to the First League as it lost the inter-zonal playoffs.

TeamsEdit

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  • Kremin Kremenchuk – Champion of the Fitness clubs competitions (KFK) (returning to professional level after an absence of 20 seasons)
    • Note: Unlike the previous team Dnipro Kremenchuk that represented the local factory Kredmash, the new team represented the Soviet factory of KrAZ and conditionally is considered as a successor of Dnipro.

Relegated teamsEdit

Moved outside of the ZoneEdit

Renamed teamsEdit

  • Prior to the start of the season Torpedo Lutsk was renamed to Volyn Lutsk.
  • Prior to the start of the season Spartak Zhytomyr was renamed to Polissya Zhytomyr.
  • Prior to the start of the season Novator Zhdanov was renamed to Novator Mariupol.

League standingsEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Volyn Lutsk (C) 52 32 14 6 84 38 +46 78 Qualified for promotional playoffs
1990 Buffer League, Zone West
2 Bukovyna Chernivtsi 52 29 18 5 71 26 +45 76 1990 Buffer League, Zone West
3 Nyva Ternopil 52 29 12 11 78 45 +33 70
4 Zorya Voroshylovhrad 52 27 14 11 94 59 +35 68
5 Nyva Vinnytsia 52 25 15 12 75 40 +35 65
6 Kremin Kremenchuk 52 21 18 13 59 50 +9 60
7 SKA Odessa 52 17 25 10 58 44 +14 59
8 Vorskla Poltava 52 24 10 18 62 55 +7 58
9 Zakarpattia Uzhhorod 52 25 7 20 59 64 −5 57
10 Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih 52 23 10 19 77 69 +8 56 1990 Lower League, Zone 1
11 Podillya Khmelnytskyi 52 24 7 21 64 57 +7 55
12 Kolos Nikopol 52 21 12 19 67 55 +12 54
13 Torpedo Zaporizhia 52 19 12 21 51 62 −11 50
14 Zirka Kirovohrad 52 16 17 19 44 52 −8 49
15 Polissya Zhytomyr 52 16 16 20 59 62 −3 48
16 Naftovyk Okhtyrka 52 16 16 20 56 60 −4 48
17 Dnipro Cherkasy 52 15 16 21 64 79 −15 46
18 Sudnobudivnyk Mykolaiv 52 15 16 21 61 66 −5 46
19 Avanhard Rivne 52 14 17 21 39 41 −2 45
20 Mayak Kharkiv 52 17 10 25 32 57 −25 44
21 Prykarpattia Ivano-Frankivsk 52 16 12 24 51 68 −17 44
22 Chaika Sevastopol 52 15 14 23 57 79 −22 44
23 Dynamo Bila Tserkva 52 15 13 24 56 72 −16 43
24 Okean Kerch 52 15 9 28 50 70 −20 39
25 Krystal Kherson 52 13 10 29 63 84 −21 36
26 Shakhtar Pavlohrad 52 13 7 32 57 105 −48 33
27 Novator Mariupol (R) 52 12 9 31 51 80 −29 33 Relegation to the Fitness clubs competitions (KFK)
Source:[citation needed]
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.

Top goalscorersEdit

The following were the top ten goalscorers.

# Scorer Goals
(Pen.)
Team
1 Ihor Yavorsky 35 Nyva Ternopil
2 Viktor Karachun 28 Zorya Voroshylovhrad
3 Volodymyr Dykyi 22 Volyn Lutsk
Eduard Valenko 22 Krystal Kherson
5 Oleksandr Malyshenko 21 Zorya Voroshylovhrad
Oleksandr Usatyi 21 Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih
Ivan Shariy 21 Vorskla Poltava
Volodymyr Shyshkov 21 Polissya Zhytomyr

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