1990 Soviet Second League, Zone West

1990 Soviet Second League, Zone West was part of the season of association football competition of the Soviet Second League. The Zone West of the Second League was established as part of reorganization of the whole Second League when it was split into upper Second League (with three zones) and lower Second League (with ten zones). The competition was won by Bukovina Chernovtsy.

Second League
Season1990
ChampionsBukovina Chernovtsy
PromotedBukovina Chernovtsy, Daugava Riga
Relegated5 teams
1991

The games in the group started on April 7, 1990 with 8 match ups and finished on November 8, 1990 with final 11 matches.

TeamsEdit

The Second League was restructured reducing number of zones from 9 to 3.

Admitted teamsEdit

  • 1989 Zone 6 - top nine teams (Volyn Lutsk, Bukovina Chernovtsy, Niva Ternopol, Zaria Lugansk, Niva Vinnitsa, Kremen Kremenchug, SKA Odessa, Vorskla Poltava, Zakarpatie Uzhgorod)
  • 1989 Zone 5 - six teams (Karpaty Lvov, Baltika Kaliningrad, Dinamo Brest, Dnepr Mogilev, Khimir Grodno, Zaria Beltsy)
  • 1989 Zone 3 - three teams (Lori Kirovokan, Spartak Nalchik, Shirak Leninakan)
  • 1989 Zone 2 - a team (Start Ulyanovsk)
  • 1989 Zone 1 - a team (Iskra Smolensk)

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Relegated teamsEdit

Renamed teamsEdit

  • Prior to the start of the season SKA-Karpaty Lvov was renamed to Galichina and moved to city of Drogobich (Drohobych).

Final standingsEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion or relegation
1 Bukovina Chernovtsy (C, P) 42 23 12 7 69 27 +42 58 Promoted
2 Daugava Riga (P) 42 22 12 8 67 37 +30 56
3 Karpaty Lvov 42 23 9 10 61 36 +25 55
4 Niva Ternopol 42 22 11 9 70 51 +19 55
5 Niva Vinnitsa 42 17 16 9 56 29 +27 50
6 SKA Odessa 42 21 7 14 59 32 +27 49
7 Zaria Lugansk[a] 42 20 9 13 72 44 +28 49
8 Spartak Nalchik 42 20 7 15 55 46 +9 47
9 Dinamo Brest 42 15 15 12 49 39 +10 45
10 Kremen Kremenchug 42 16 11 15 49 45 +4 43
11 Zaria Beltsy 42 15 12 15 52 52 0 42
12 Vorskla Poltava 42 15 11 16 47 51 −4 41
13 Dnepr Mogilev 42 17 6 19 58 54 +4 40
14 Galichina Drogobich 42 12 15 15 52 50 +2 39
15 Khimik Grodno 42 16 6 20 46 52 −6 38
16 Start Ulyanovsk 42 12 13 17 34 45 −11 37 transferred to Zone Center
17 Volyn Lutsk 42 14 7 21 42 61 −19 35
18 Lori Kirovokan 42 15 4 23 42 79 −37 34 transferred to Zone Center
19 Iskra Smolensk (R) 42 11 10 21 46 66 −20 32 Relegated
20 Zakarpatie Uzhgorod (R) 42 12 7 23 42 70 −28 31
21 Baltika Kaliningrad (R) 42 7 13 22 32 64 −32 27
22 Shirak Leninakan (R) 42 9 3 30 33 104 −71 21
Source:[citation needed]
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. ^ The city of Voroshylovgrad was renamed into Lugansk (Luhansk).

Representation by RepublicEdit

Top goalscorersEdit

The following were the top ten goalscorers.

# Scorer Goals
(Pen.)
Team

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