Uzbek women's football championship

The Uzbek women's national football championship is top division of women's football in Uzbekistan. The league is organized by the Uzbekistan Football Federation. Before 1991, some Uzbek women's clubs had competed in the Soviet Union women's league system, but after the collapse of the Soviet Union most women's teams left for Russia or simply dissolved.

Uzbek women's football championship
Founded1996
CountryUzbekistan
ConfederationAFC
Number of teams11
Level on pyramid1
Most championshipsSevinch Qarshi (12)
WebsiteUFF

TeamsEdit

The 2017 season was played by the following 11 teams:[1]

  • Almalyk (Almalyk)
  • Andizhanka (Andijon)
  • Bunyodkor (Toshkent)
  • Buxoro FK (Buxoro)
  • Lokomotiv (Toshkent)
  • Mash'al (Muborak)
  • Metallurg (Bekobod)
  • Neftchi (Farg'ona)
  • Qizilkum Guli (Navoiy)
  • Sevinch (Qarshi)
  • Sho'rtan (G'uzor)

FormatEdit

The league features 10 teams that play a double round-robin to decide the champion. The season is held on several matchweeks, within one matchweek which lasts five days each team plays one game per day in the matchweek's city.

ChampionsEdit

The champions so far are:[2]

  • 1996 Andijanka Andijon
  • 1997 Andijanka Andijon
  • 1998 Andijanka Andijon
  • 1999 Andijanka Andijon
  • 2000 Andijanka Andijon
  • 2001 Andijanka Andijon
  • 2002 Andijanka Andijon
  • 2003 Andijanka Andijon
  • 2004 Sevinch Qarshi (Севинч)
  • 2005 Andijanka Andijon
  • 2006 Sevinch Qarshi
  • 2007 Sevinch Qarshi
  • 2008 Sevinch Qarshi
  • 2009 Sevinch Qarshi[3]
  • 2010 Sevinch Qarshi
  • 2011 Sevinch Qarshi
  • 2012 Sevinch Qarshi
  • 2013 Sevinch Qarshi
  • 2014 Sevinch Qarshi
  • 2015 Sevinch Qarshi
  • 2016 Sevinch Qarshi[4]
  • 2017 Metallurg Bekobod
  • 2018 Bunyodkor Tashkent

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Шўртан Lady — Нефтчи W".
  2. ^ "Uzbekistan - List of Women Champions". RSSSF. Retrieved 19 September 2011.
  3. ^ "Champion remains the same, 2009 season results" (in Russian). Uzbek Football Federation. 9 October 2009. Retrieved 19 September 2011.
  4. ^ "Sevinch Team achievements" (in Uzbek). pfcsevinch.uz. Retrieved 11 September 2017. Sevinch professional football club became the country's champion for the 12th time in the 2016 season and the Uzbekistan Cup for the ninth time in its history.

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