1994–95 Ukrainian First League

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Ukrainian First League 1994–95 was the fourth season of the Ukrainian First League which was won by Zirka-NIBAS Kirovohrad. The season started on August 6, 1994, and finished on July 2, 1995. In the last round the Kiev club was only a point away and was visiting Oleksandriya, while the leading Zirka was hosting the former Premier League participant Bukovyna. The Kirovohrad club has managed to prevail with goals from Borysenko and Oliynyk becoming the season champions.

Ukrainian First League
Season1994–95
ChampionsZirka-NIBAS Kirovohrad
PromotedZirka-NIBAS, CSKA-Borysfen
RelegatedKarpaty, Sumy
Top goalscorer(21) Andriy Husyn (Dynamo-2 Kyiv)
Biggest home win(8:1) Metalurh Nk - Sumy
Biggest away win(0:6) Sumy - Khimik Zh
Highest scoring(8:1) Metalurh Nk - Sumy

Promotion and relegationEdit

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Four clubs promoted from the 1993–94 Ukrainian Second League.

Relegated teamsEdit

Two clubs were relegated from the 1993-94 Ukrainian Top League:

Renamed teamsEdit

  • FC Nord-Am-Podillya Khmelnytskyi was renamed back to FC Podillya Khmelnytskyi at the start of season
  • FC Boryspil was renamed to FC Borysfen Boryspil at the start of season
  • FC SBTS Sumy was renamed to FC Sumy at winter break
  • FC Borysfen Boryspil was renamed to FC CSKA-Borysfen Kyiv at winter break

TeamsEdit

In 1994-95 season, the Ukrainian First League consists of the following teams:

Club City Stadium Coach Replaced coach(es)
Metalist Kharkiv Kharkiv Metalist Stadium Viktor Kamarzayev
Pryladyst Mukacheve Mukacheve Pryladyst Stadium
Avanhard Stadium (13th and 2nd half)
Spartak Stadium (25th and 26th)
Havrylo Kachur
Polihraftekhnika Oleksandria Oleksandriya Olimp Stadium Anatoliy Buznik Yuriy Koval
Podillya Khmelnytskyi Khmelnytskyi
Krasyliv
Podillya Stadium
Yunist Stadium (41st)
Volodymyr Stryzhevskyi Mykhailo Dunets
Krystal Chortkiv Chortkiv Kharchovyk Stadium
Krystal Stadium (30th, 37th)
Ivan Hamaliy
CSKA-Borysfen Kyiv Boryspil
Kyiv
Kolos Stadium
CSKA Stadium (2nd half)
Mykhailo Fomenko Volodymyr Bezsonov
Dynamo-2 Kyiv Kyiv
Boryspil
Dynamo Stadium
Kolos Stadium (43rd, 44th)
Anatoliy Kroshchenko Volodymyr Onyshchenko
FC Sumy Sumy Avanhard Stadium
Kolos Stadium (23rd, 24th, 27th, 28th, 31st, 32nd)
Sergei Dotsenko Viktor Aristov
Stal Alchevsk Alchevsk Stal Stadium Anatoliy Volobuyev
Dnipro Cherkasy Cherkasy Central Stadium Semen Osynovskyi
Bazhanovets Makiivka Makiivka Avanhard Stadium
Shakhtar Stadium (23rd and 24th)
SHP (26th, 29th, 30th)
Viktor Pyshchev[1]
Bukovyna Chernivtsi Chernivtsi Bukovyna Stadium Yukhym Shkolnykov Oleksandr Pavlenko
Yuriy Stasyshyn[2]
Khimik Zhytomyr Zhytomyr Khimik Stadium Andriy Cheremysin Leonid Koltun
Naftovyk Okhtyrka Okhtyrka Naftovyk Stadium Andriy Biba
Metalurh Nikopol Nikopol Elektrometalurh Stadium Pavlo Yakovenko
Zirka-NIBAS Kirovohrad Kirovohrad Zirka Stadium
ARZ Stadium (43rd)
Oleksandr Ishchenko
Zakarpattia Uzhhorod Uzhhorod Avanhard Stadium Yuriy Chyrkov Ernest Kesler
Ivan Lednei
FC Skala Stryi Stryi Sokil Stadium
Central Stadium (ppd)
Roman Pokora Yuriy Smerdov[3][4]
Vorskla Poltava Poltava Vorskla Stadium Viktor Pozhechevskyi
Khimik Severodonetsk Sieverodonetsk Khimik Stadium Yuriy Vankevych
Odessa Odessa SKA Stadium Serhiy Marusyn
Naftokhimik Kremenchuk Kremenchuk Dnipro Stadium
Vahonobudivnyk Stadium (11th)
Naftokhimik Stadium (21st, 22nd and 2nd half)
Mykhailo Byelykh

Final tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion or relegation
1 Zirka-NIBAS Kirovohrad (C, P) 42 27 10 5 68 26 +42 91 (+) new – Promoted to Vyscha Liha
2 CSKA-Borysfen Boryspil (P) 42 26 9 7 73 31 +42 87
3 Metalurh Nikopol 42 24 7 11 66 42 +24 79
4 Khimik Zhytomyr 42 20 15 7 61 37 +24 75
5 Naftovyk Okhtyrka 42 23 3 16 69 51 +18 72
6 Podillia Khmelnytskyi 42 20 11 11 48 39 +9 71
7 Dynamo-2 Kyiv 42 19 8 15 65 40 +25 65
8 Polihraftekhnika Oleksandria 42 18 8 16 59 37 +22 62
9 Stal Alchevsk 42 19 5 18 57 50 +7 62
10 Metalist Kharkiv 42 17 9 16 48 44 +4 60 (-) new
11 Vorskla Poltava 42 17 8 17 49 48 +1 59
12 SC Odesa 42 16 8 18 51 51 0 56
13 Bazhanovets Makiivka 42 16 7 19 52 57 −5 55 (+) new
14 Khimik Siverodonetsk 42 15 9 18 43 56 −13 54
15 Bukovyna Chernivtsi 42 16 5 21 43 45 −2 53 (-) new
16 Naftokhimik Kremenchuk 42 14 10 18 50 50 0 52 (+) new
17 Zakarpattia Uzhhorod 42 12 10 20 40 62 −22 46
18 Krystal Chortkiv 42 12 9 21 35 67 −32 45
19 Skala Stryi 42 12 9 21 31 65 −34 45
20 Dnipro Cherkasy 42 11 8 23 32 48 −16 41
21 Karpaty Mukacheve (R) 42 12 5 25 39 74 −35 41 Relegated to Druha Liha
22 FC Sumy (R) 42 8 3 31 22 81 −59 27
Source:[citation needed]
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.
Persha Liha 1994-95 Winners
Zirka-NIBAS Kirovohrad
First title

Top scorersEdit

Statistics are taken from here.[5]

Scorer Goals (Pen.) Team
1   Serhiy Chuichenko 27 (5) Polihraftekhnika Oleksandriya
2   Andriy Husin 21 Dynamo-2 Kyiv
3   Oleksiy Hrachov 18 (2) Naftovyk Okhtyrka
4   Vyacheslav Suvorov 16 (1) Metalist Kharkiv
5   Valeriy Sofilkanych 14 Khimik Zhytomyr
  Viktor Diak 14 (1) Bazhanovets Makiivka
  Vadym Plotnikov 14 (2) Stal Alchevsk
8   Viktor Oliynyk 13 (1) Zirka-NIBAS Kirovohrad
9   Kostyantyn Babych 12 Metalurh Nikopol
10   Oleksandr Omelchuk 11 (8) Metalurh Nikopol

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