Moldovan "A" Division

The Moldovan "A" Division (Romanian: Divizia "A") is the second-level division of Moldovan Football.

Moldovan "A" Division
Founded1992
CountryMoldova
ConfederationUEFA
Number of teams12
Level on pyramid2
Promotion toMoldovan National Division
Relegation toMoldovan "B" Division
Domestic cup(s)Moldovan Cup
Current championsBălți (1st title)
(2020–21)
Most championshipsSheriff-2 Tiraspol (6 titles)
TV partnersEleven Sports
WebsiteFMF Divizia A
Current: 2021–22 Moldovan "A" Division

Current membersEdit

Location of teams in 2021–22 Divizia A

The following 12 clubs compete in the 2021–22 edition of the Moldovan "A" Division.[1]

Club Location
Cahul-2005 Cahul
Dacia Buiucani Chișinău
Iskra Rîbnița
Olimp Comrat
Real Succes Chișinău
Sheriff-2 Tiraspol
Spartanii Selemet
Speranța Drochia
Sporting Valea-Trestieni
Sucleia Sucleia
FCM Ungheni Ungheni
Victoria Bardar

ChampionsEdit

Season Champions League Leading Goalscorers
1992 Nistru Otaci   Igor Ursachi (Valeologia Chișinău) (19)
1992–93 Vilia Briceni   Sergiu Varzari (Izvoraș Drăsliceni) (16)
1993–94 MHM 93 Chişinău   Igor Ursachi (MHM-93 Chișinău) (29)
1994–95 Constructorul Chişinău   Gabriel Rotaru (Locomotiva Basarabeasca) (31)
1995–96 Locomotiva Basarabească   Alexandru Pocinciuc (Locomotiva Basarabeasca) (31)
1996–97 Moldova Gaz Chişinău   Dmitrii Koshakov (Moldova-Gaz Chișinău) (23)
1997–98 Sheriff Tiraspol   Veaceslav Untilă (Dumbrava Cojușna) (23)
1998–99 FC Zimbru-2 Chişinău   Veaceslav Untilă (Dumbrava Cojușna) & (Petrocub Hîncești) (23)
1999–2000 FC Sheriff-2 Tiraspol   Eduard Blănuță (Petrocub Hîncești) (17)
2000–01 Sheriff-2 Tiraspol   Andriy Nesteruk (Sheriff-2 Tiraspol) (21)
2001–02 Dacia Chişinău   Alexandru Golban (Dacia Chişinău) (21)
2002–03 Tiligul Tiraspol   Oleg Hromțov (Tiligul Tiraspol) (21)
2003–04 Steaua Chişinău   Gheorghe Boghiu (Olimpia Bălți),   Vladimir Șohirev (Steaua Chișinău) &   Vladimir Ciubco (FC Iskra-Stal) (18)
2004–05 Dinamo Bender   Gheorghe Boghiu (Olimpia Bălți) (34)
2005–06 FC Zimbru-2 Chişinău   Alexandru Gheorghiev (FC Gagauziya) (21)
2006–07 FC Zimbru-2 Chişinău   Alexandru Maximov (Rapid Ghidighici) (20)
2007–08 Sheriff-2 Tiraspol   Artur Calinin (Viitorul Orhei) (21)
2008–09 FC Viitorul Orhei   Sergiu Baran (FC Podiș Inești) (30)
2009–10 FC Costuleni   Mihai Cojusea (Lilcora) & (FC Gagauziya) (33)
2010–11 Locomotiv Bălţi   Maxim Antoniuc (Zimbru-2) (19)
2011–12 Sheriff-2 Tiraspol   Evgeny Dovbyshenko (Speranța Crihana Veche) (23)
2012–13 Veris Drăgănești   Viorel Frunză (Veris Drăgănești) (30)
2013–14 Saxan Ceadîr-Lunga   Alexandru Răilean (Sfîntul Gheorghe Suruceni) (20)
2014–15 Sheriff-2 Tiraspol   Vladimir Ambros (CS Petrocub) (25)
2015–16 Spicul Chișcăreni   Ghenadie Orbu (Codru Lozova) (22)
2016–17 Sheriff-2 Tiraspol   Artiom Zabun (Victoria Bardar) (21)
2017 Victoria Bardar   Ghenadie Orbu (Victoria Bardar) (19)
2018 Codru Lozova   Ghenadie Orbu (Victoria Bardar) (21)
2019 Florești   Artiom Litviacov (Tighina) (30)
2020–21 Bălți   Clement Udeh Godday (Sucleia) (25)
2021–22 Sheriff-2 Tiraspol   Nikolay Porozhnyuk (FCM Ungheni) (12)

Performance by clubEdit

Club Winners Winning Years
Sheriff-2 Tiraspol 7 2000, 2001, 2008, 2012, 2015, 2017, 2021-22
FC Zimbru-2 Chişinău 3 1999, 2006, 2007
Nistru Otaci 1 1992
Vilia Briceni 1 1993
MHM 93 Chişinău 1 1994
Constructorul Chişinău 1 1995
Locomotiva Basarabească 1 1996
Moldova Gaz Chişinău 1 1997
FC Sheriff Tiraspol 1 1998
FC Dacia Chișinău 1 2002
CS Tiligul-Tiras Tiraspol 1 2003
Steaua Chişinău 1 2004
Dinamo Bender 1 2005
Viitorul Orhei 1 2009
FC Costuleni 1 2010
Locomotiv Bălţi 1 2011
Veris Drăgănești 1 2013
Saxan Ceadîr-Lunga 1 2014
Spicul Chișcăreni 1 2016
Victoria Bardar 1 2017
Codru Lozova 1 2018
Florești 1 2019
Bălți 1 2020–21

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Divizia A". FMF (in Romanian). Retrieved 18 September 2021.

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