Football Championship of the Uzbekistan SSR
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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.
|Organising body||Football Federation of USSR and Football Federation of Uzbekistan SSR|
|Level on pyramid||1 (In Uzbekistan SSR)|
4 (In USSR)
|Promotion to||USSR Second League B|
|Relegation to||Regional, district and city Championships of the Uzbekistan SSR|
|League cup(s)||Uzbekistan SSR Cup|
|Most championships||Tashkent Team (8)|
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.
Championship of the cities of Uzbekistan SSREdit
|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
|1937||FC Spartak Tashkent|
|1938||FC Spartak 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|
|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|
|1950||FC Spartak Tashkent|
|1951||FC Spartak Tashkent|
|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.|
- From 1921 to 1939 in the Soviet Union to the Uzbek language was used a form of Latin.
- From 1940 to 1991 in the USSR to the Uzbek language was used a form of the Cyrillic alphabet.
- "Чемпионы Узбекской ССР". RSSSF. Retrieved 1 April 2015.