Football Championship of the Uzbekistan SSR

Football Championship of the Uzbekistan SSR (Uzbek: Футбол бўйича Ўзбекистон ССР чемпионати; Russian: Чемпионат Узбекской ССР по футболу) — football tournament, reveals the strongest amateur football team of the Uzbekistan SSR which was part of the Soviet Union (USSR). Was played from 1926 to 1991. In the football league system of the USSR had the status of competition of collectives of physical culture.

Uzbekistan SSR Championship
Organising bodyFootball Federation of USSR and Football Federation of Uzbekistan SSR
Founded1926
Folded1991
CountrySoviet Union USSR
Flag of Uzbekistan SSR Uzbekistan SSR
ConfederationUEFA
Divisions1
Level on pyramid1 (In Uzbekistan SSR)
4 (In USSR)
Promotion toUSSR Second League B
Relegation toRegional, district and city Championships of the Uzbekistan SSR
League cup(s)Uzbekistan SSR Cup
Most championshipsTashkent Team (8)

HistoryEdit

From 1926 to 1936 was carried out as the «Championship of the cities of Uzbekistan SSR», and only in 1937 as the «Championship of the Uzbek SSR».

The most powerful football clubs, as well as semi-professional and professional clubs of the Uzbekistan SSR participated in the Championships of the USSR (Higher League, First League, Second League and Second League B).

The winners of the Uzbekistan SSR Championship was qualified in the Second League B, and the team took the last place was eliminated in the regional, district or city Championships of the Uzbekistan SSR.

The successor of the Uzbekistan SSR Championship is the Championship of Uzbekistan, which has been conducted since 1992, after the independence of Uzbekistan.

ChampionsEdit

Championship of the cities of Uzbekistan SSREdit

Uzbek: Өzbəkiston SSR şaharlari çempionati[1]
Russian: Чемпионат городов Узбекской ССР

Year Champions
1926 Tashkent City Team
1927 Tashkent City Team
1928 Ferghana City Team
1929 Tashkent City Team
1930 Tashkent City Team
1931 The championship was not held for unknown reasons
1932 The championship was not held for unknown reasons
1933 Tashkent City Team
1934 Tashkent City Team
1935 Tashkent City Team
1936 Tashkent City Team

Uzbekistan SSR ChampionshipEdit

Uzbek: Ўзбекистон ССР чемпионати[2]
Russian: Чемпионат Узбекской ССР

Year Champions
1937 FC Spartak Tashkent
1938 FC Spartak Tashkent
1939 Dinamo Tashkent
1940 The Championship was not held because of the World War II and the difficult economic situation in the USSR
1941 The Championship was not held because of the World War II and the difficult economic situation in the USSR
1942 The Championship was not held because of the World War II and the difficult economic situation in the USSR
1943 The Championship was not held because of the World War II and the difficult economic situation in the USSR
1944 The Championship was not held because of the World War II and the difficult economic situation in the USSR
1945 The Championship was not held because of the World War II and the difficult economic situation in the USSR
1946 The championship was not held due to the difficult economic situation in the USSR
1947 The championship was not held due to the difficult economic situation in the USSR
1948 Polyarnaya Zvezda Tashkent
1949 Dinamo Tashkent
1950 FC Spartak Tashkent
1951 FC Spartak Tashkent
1952 Dinamo Tashkent
1953 FSHM Tashkent
1954 Dinamo Tashkent
1955 ODO Tashkent
1956 ODO Tashkent
1957 Mashstroy Tashkent
1958 Khimik Tashkent
1959 Mehnat Tashkent
1960 Sokol Tashkent
1961 Sokol Tashkent
1962 Sokol Tashkent
1963 Sokol Tashkent
1964 Sokol Tashkent
1965 Sokol Tashkent
1966 Zvezda Tashkent
1967 Tashavtomash Tashkent
1968 Chust
1969 Tashkabel Tashkent
1970 SKA Tashkent
1971 Yangiariq Khanqa
1972 Trud Jizzakh
1973 Spartak Samarkand
1974 Pakhtakor Gulistan
1975 Zarafshan Navoi
1976 Traktor Tashkent
1977 Khiva
1978 Khorezm Baghat
1979 Hisar Shahrisabz
1980 The championship was not held for unknown reasons. Possible cause — mourning in connection with the aircrash of a football club Pakhtakor Tashkent in 1979.
1981 Ekipress Samarkand
1982 Beshkent
1983 Tselinnik Turtkul
1984 Khorezm Khanqa
1985 Shakhtyor Angren
1986 Traktor Tashkent
1987 Avtomobilist Kokand
1988 Selmashovets Chirchiq
1989 Nurafshan Bukhara
1990 Norin Haqqulabad
1991 Politotdel Dustlik

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ From 1921 to 1939 in the Soviet Union to the Uzbek language was used a form of Latin.
  2. ^ From 1940 to 1991 in the USSR to the Uzbek language was used a form of the Cyrillic alphabet.

External linksEdit

  • "Чемпионы Узбекской ССР". RSSSF. Retrieved 1 April 2015.