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Moldovan National Division

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The Moldovan National Division (Romanian: Divizia Națională) is the top association football division of the Moldovan football league system. The competition was established in 1992, when the country became independent from the Soviet Union.

Moldovan National Division
Founded1992
CountryMoldova
ConfederationUEFA
Number of teams8
Level on pyramid1
Relegation toMoldovan "A" Division
Domestic cup(s)Moldovan Cup
Moldovan Super Cup
International cup(s)UEFA Champions League
UEFA Europa League
Current championsSheriff Tiraspol (17th title)
(2018)
Most championshipsSheriff Tiraspol (17)
Websitefmf.md
2019 Moldovan National Division

There are currently 10 teams in the competition. At the end of the season, the bottom club is relegated to the "A" Division and replaced by the lower league's champion.

Sheriff Tiraspol is the most successful league club with 16 titles, followed by Zimbru Chișinău with 8 wins. Dacia Chișinău, FC Tiraspol and Milsami Orhei also conquered the title on one occasion each.

Contents

ClubsEdit

UEFA rankingEdit

UEFA League Ranking for the 2015–16 European football season. (Previous season rank in italics)

UEFA Club Ranking for the 2015–16 European football season. (Previous season rank in italics)

(see UEFA coefficients full list for more information)

WinnersEdit

[1]

Season Champions Runner-Up Third Place League Leading Goalscorer Goals Winning Coach
1992 Zimbru Chișinău (1) Tiligul-Tiras Tiraspol Bugeac Comrat   Serghei Alexandrov (Bugeac Comrat),
  Oleg Flentea (Constructorul Chișinău)
13   Sergiu Sîrbu
1992–93 Zimbru Chișinău (2) Tiligul-Tiras Tiraspol Moldova Boroseni   Vladimir Kosse (Tiligul-Tiras Tiraspol) 30   Sergiu Sîrbu (2)
1993–94 Zimbru Chișinău (3) Tiligul-Tiras Tiraspol Codru Călărași   Vladimir Kosse (Tiligul-Tiras Tiraspol) (2) 24   Alexandru Spiridon
1994–95 Zimbru Chișinău (4) Tiligul-Tiras Tiraspol Olimpia Bălți   Vladislav Gavriliuc (Nistru Otaci / Zimbru Chișinău) 20   Alexandru Spiridon
1995–96 Zimbru Chișinău (5) Tiligul-Tiras Tiraspol Constructorul Chișinău   Vladislav Gavriliuc (Zimbru Chișinău) (2) 34   Alexandru Spiridon (3)
1996–97 Constructorul Chișinău (1) Zimbru Chișinău Tiligul-Tiras Tiraspol   Serghei Rogaciov (Constructorul Chișinău / Olimpia Bălți) 35   Alexandru Mațiura
1997–98 Zimbru Chișinău (6) Tiligul-Tiras Tiraspol Constructorul Chișinău   Serghei Clescenco (Zimbru Chișinău) 25   Semen Altman
1998–99 Zimbru Chișinău (7) Constructorul Chișinău Tiligul-Tiras Tiraspol   Serghei Rogaciov (Sheriff Tiraspol) (2) 21   Semen Altman (2)
1999–00 Zimbru Chișinău (8) Sheriff Tiraspol Constructorul Chișinău   Serghei Rogaciov (Sheriff Tiraspol) (3) 20   Oleksandr Skrypnyk
2000–01 Sheriff Tiraspol (1) Zimbru Chișinău Tiligul-Tiras Tiraspol   Ruslan Barburoș (Haiduc-Sporting / Agro Chișinău / Sheriff Tiraspol),
  David Mujiri (Sheriff Tiraspol)
17  [2] Vladimir Zemlianoi
2001–02 Sheriff Tiraspol (2) Nistru Otaci Zimbru Chișinău   Ruslan Barburoș (Sheriff Tiraspol) (2) 17   Mihai Stoichiță
2002–03 Sheriff Tiraspol (3) Zimbru Chișinău Nistru Otaci   Serghei Dadu (FC Tiraspol / Sheriff Tiraspol) 19   Gavril Balint
2003–04 Sheriff Tiraspol (4) Nistru Otaci Zimbru Chișinău   Vladimir Shishelov (Zimbru Chișinău) 15   Ihor Nakonechny
2004–05 Sheriff Tiraspol (5) Nistru Otaci Dacia Chișinău   Catalin Lichioiu (Nistru Otaci) 16   Leonid Kuchuk
2005–06 Sheriff Tiraspol (6) Zimbru Chișinău Tiraspol   Aliaksei Kuchuk (Sheriff Tiraspol) 13   Leonid Kuchuk (2)
2006–07 Sheriff Tiraspol (7) Zimbru Chișinău Nistru Otaci   Aliaksei Kuchuk (Sheriff Tiraspol) (2) 17   Leonid Kuchuk (3)
2007–08 Sheriff Tiraspol (8) Dacia Chișinău Nistru Otaci   Igor Picușceac (FC Tiraspol / Sheriff Tiraspol) 14   Leonid Kuchuk (4)
2008–09 Sheriff Tiraspol (9) Dacia Chișinău Iskra-Stal Rîbnița   Oleg Andronic (Zimbru Chișinău) 16   Leonid Kuchuk (5)
2009–10 Sheriff Tiraspol (10) Iskra-Stal Rîbnița Olimpia Bălți   Alexandru Maximov (FC Viitorul),
  Jymmy França (Sheriff Tiraspol)
13   Andrei Sosnitskiy
2010–11 Dacia Chișinău (1) Sheriff Tiraspol Milsami Orhei   Gheorghe Boghiu (Milsami Orhei) 26   Igor Dobrovolski
2011–12 Sheriff Tiraspol (11) Dacia Chișinău Zimbru Chișinău   Wilfried Balima (Sheriff Tiraspol) 18   Vitali Rashkevich
2012–13 Sheriff Tiraspol (12) Dacia Chișinău Tiraspol   Gheorghe Boghiu (Milsami Orhei) (2) 16   Vitali Rashkevich (2)
2013–14 Sheriff Tiraspol (13) Tiraspol Veris Chișinău    Henrique Luvannor (Sheriff Tiraspol) 26   Veaceslav Rusnac
2014–15 Milsami Orhei (1) Dacia Chișinău Sheriff Tiraspol   Ricardinho (Sheriff Tiraspol) 19   Iurie Osipenco
2015–16 Sheriff Tiraspol (14) Dacia Chișinău Zimbru Chișinău   Danijel Subotić (Sheriff Tiraspol) 12   Zoran Vulić
2016–17 Sheriff Tiraspol (15) Dacia Chișinău Milsami Orhei   Ricardinho (Sheriff Tiraspol) (2) 15   Roberto Bordin
2017 Sheriff Tiraspol (16) Milsami Orhei Petrocub-Hîncești   Vitalie Damașcan (Sheriff Tiraspol) 13   Roberto Bordin (2)
2018 Sheriff Tiraspol (17) Milsami Orhei Petrocub Hîncești   Vladimir Ambros (Petrocub Hîncești) 12   Goran Sablić

Performance by clubEdit

Team Titles Runner-up
Sheriff Tiraspol 17 2
Zimbru Chișinău 8 5
Dacia Chișinău 1 7
FC Tiraspol 1 2
Milsami Orhei 1 2
Tiligul-Tiras Tiraspol 6
Nistru Otaci 3
Iskra-Stal 1
  • bold clubs playing in the first league
  • italic clubs are dissolved

Clean sheetsEdit

Top assistEdit

DisciplinaryEdit

All-time tableEdit

[6]

The table lists the place each team took in each of the seasons. Teams in bold are currently playing in Moldovan National Division.

Rank Club Seasons2 Played Won Drawn Lost Goals 1Points3 Gold Silver Bronze
1 Zimbru Chișinău 28 814 467 186 161 1457-558 1523 8 5 4
2 Sheriff Tiraspol 21 621 458 108 55 1281-314 1482 17 2 1
3 Tiraspol 21 625 290 160 175 904-577 1024 1 2 5
4 Zaria Bălți 23 678 261 154 263 827-837 983 0 0 2
5 Dacia Chișinău 16 475 259 115 101 727-379 892 1 7 1
6 Nistru Otaci 21 619 242 144 233 802-746 858 0 3 3
7 Tiligul-Tiras Tiraspol 17 492 225 126 141 763-502 743 0 6 3
8 Milsami Orhei 10 298 157 48 93 448-261 519 1 2 2
9 Tighina 13 390 107 85 198 417-697 378 0 0 0
10 Agro Chișinău 12 340 101 70 169 378-516 355 0 0 0
11 Iskra-Stal Rîbnița 7 234 90 65 79 263-246 335 0 1 1
12 Rapid Ghidighici 10 315 79 64 172 272-529 299 0 0 0
13 Unisport-Auto Chișinău 10 274 87 53 134 304-406 280 0 0 0
14 Academia Chișinău 9 282 72 61 149 277-452 277 0 0 0
15 Speranța Nisporeni 10 271 68 72 131 252-380 254 0 0 0
16 Codru Călărași 5 146 61 28 57 209-210 181 0 0 1
17 Gagauzia 6 177 60 24 93 204-352 161 0 0 1
18 Petrocub Hîncești 5 131 40 38 53 145-175 158 0 0 2
19 Dinamo-Auto Tiraspol 6 160 41 29 90 163-308 152 0 0 0
20 Costuleni 4 138 35 32 71 123-203 137 0 0 0
21 Politehnica Chișinău 6 174 29 48 97 126-266 135 0 0 0
22 Sfântul Gheorghe 5 151 30 35 86 127-282 125 0 0 0
23 Moldova-Gaz Chișinău 3 86 33 15 38 97-109 114 0 0 0
24 Torentul Chișinău 5 138 35 32 71 155-240 113 0 0 0
25 MHM-93 Chișinău 3 86 29 19 38 103-109 106 0 0 0
26 Roma Bălți 3 86 24 18 44 85-125 90 0 0 0
27 Nistru Cioburciu 4 121 29 26 66 114-225 82 0 0 0
28 Moldova Boroseni 3 82 28 18 36 85-120 74 0 0 1
29 Veris Chișinău 1 33 21 8 4 74-25 71 0 0 1
30 Locomotiva Basarabeasca 2 56 18 12 26 65-101 66 0 0 0
31 Cristalul Fălești 4 108 21 18 69 99-227 62 0 0 0
32 Progresul Briceni 3 86 20 11 55 68-213 62 0 0 0
33 Spumante Cricova 2 60 16 12 32 77-75 60 0 0 0
34 Saxan 3 81 14 15 52 53-132 57 0 0 0
35 Speranța Crihana Veche 2 66 8 9 49 55-161 30 0 0 0
36 Ciuhur Ocnița 1 30 6 6 18 20-97 24 0 0 0
37 Sinteza Căușeni 1 30 7 9 14 22-51 23 0 0 0
38 CF Ungheni 1 30 4 5 21 19-79 17 0 0 0
39 Tricon Cahul 1 30 4 9 17 25-53 17 0 0 0
40 Happy End Camenca 1 28 3 6 19 23-69 15 0 0 0
41 FC Spicul Chișcăreni 1 18 3 5 10 14-35 14 0 0 0
42 Stimold-MIF Chișinău 1 26 2 7 17 19-60 13 0 0 0
43 Universul Ciuciuleni 1 30 4 4 22 21-59 12 0 0 0
44 Energhetic Dubăsari 1 36 2 2 32 13-100 8 0 0 0
45 Constructurul Leova 1 22 2 3 17 11-63 8 0 0 0
46 Attila Ungheni 1 30 1 1 28 10-141 4 0 0 0
47 Codru Lozova 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0
  1. For clubs that have been renamed, their name at the time of their most recent season in the Divizia Nationala is given. The current members are listed in bold.
  2. Includes championship play-offs, don't includes relegation play-offs.
  3. For the purposes of this table, each win is worth 3 points. The three-point system was adopted in 1995.