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Ukraine Premier League form tables. After the —94 season Metalist Kharkiv were surprisingly relegated to the First League.
In the —96 season Shakhtar Donetsk had the worst year in the club's history, coming tenth. Chornomorets Odesa were relegated twice during that first decade after which manager Leonid Buryak was sacked.
A few newly created teams have since emerged such as Arsenal Kyiv and Metalurh Donetsk , as well as Vorskla Poltava , who surprisingly came third in the club's first season at the Top Level in the The next decade was marked by fierce competition between Dynamo Kyiv and Shakhtar Donetsk.
Since , Shakhtar Donetsk has proved to be the real challengers to Kyiv's dominance. In Shakhtar earned their first qualification to the Champions League earning a place in the Group stage.
Nonetheless, Dynamo Kyiv is still considered to be the benchmark of excellence in the country and the primary feeder to the Ukrainian national football team.
Since that time the issue of foreign players has become particularly acute and brought a series of court cases. The FFU and PFL worked together to solve that issue, coming up with a plan to force the transitional limitation of foreign players over time.
The clubs such as Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk and Chornomorets Odesa , who were recent contenders for the title, had to put up a fierce fight against the newly established contenders Metalurh Donetsk and Metalist Kharkiv to qualify for the European competitions.
Metalist Kharkiv shone brightly in the late s decade by consistently finishing right behind Dynamo Kyiv and Shakhtar Donetsk in third place.
Their most remarkable feat was their participation in the European season when they had to face Dynamo Kyiv to earn a place in the quarter-finals of the —09 UEFA Cup , but lost on the away goals rule.
In the —09 season the league earned the highest UEFA league coefficient in Europe for that season. The Premier League has been split since the moment it was created in regards to its president.
The dispute went as far as even canceling the 13th round of —10 season and moving it to the spring half, while having the 14th round still playing in the fall.
The representatives of five clubs: Arsenal Kyiv , Dynamo Kyiv , Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk , Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih , and Metalist Kharkiv have been boycotting most of the League meetings, not complying with its financial obligations and giving the broadcasting rights to TV-channels other than the League official supplier.
They justified their actions due to what they deem to be the illegal election of the Premier League president. The representatives of the above-mentioned clubs did not recognize the election in of Vitaliy Danilov as the president and believed that the elections should have been won by Vadim Rabinovich.
To resolve this conflict Vitaliy Danilov instigated the re-election of the Premier League president in September , and on 1 December won the election again with 11 clubs voting for his candidature, 3 were against, 1 abstained, and 1 was absent.
This time most club presidents of the Premier League of Ukraine acknowledged Vitaliy Danilov legality. In the subsequent elections on 9 December Vitaliy Danilov was challenged by Andriy Kurhanskyi through the proposal of Karpaty Lviv.
Vitaliy Danilov managed to retain his seat with nine votes for him. Starting from and to season, FC Shakhtar led by Romanian coach Mircea Lucescu obtained five national league titles in a row, making Lucescu the most successful manager in the history of the league with 9 titles.
At the same time, in the beginning of s the so-called "Big Four" of clubs eventually formed, consisting from Shakhtar , Dynamo , Metalist and Dnipro.
In —13 , Metalist Kharkiv finished second and qualified for the UEFA Champions League for the first time, the achievement which was repeated by Dnipro in the next season.
In the same —14 season Dynamo Kyiv for the first time since Ukrainian independence placed as low as fourth in league's season ranking, which led to dismissal of former national team coach and the legend of Soviet football Oleh Blokhin as the club's manager.
Because of the Russian aggression against Ukraine and subsequent cleaning of the league from the clubs that became financially unreliable Metalist, Hoverla, Metalurh Donetsk, Dnipro , the number of teams participating in the league was cut from 16 in the —14 season to 14 in the following two seasons.
With the continuation of the military conflict in the eastern oblasts regions of Ukraine since and its economic impact, the league was forced to change its format again and started to be contested by 12 teams after being cut from 14 after the —16 season , introducing the two stages of the competition: after the standard two rounds of games the league would split into two 6-team groups according to their positions.
Under the new format, Shakhtar Donetsk under the manager Paulo Fonseca managed to win three league titles in a row from —17 to —19 , runner-up in all the three seasons being Dynamo Kyiv.
In —20 season, Shakhtar set the record of the earliest title win in the history, win 5 rounds remaining.
A total of 43 clubs have played in the Premier League up to —20 season, 20 of which were the founding members of the inaugural season and 23 other were promoted in the later seasons.
The following teams are competing in the —21 season. Note, in parenthesis shown the actual home cities and stadiums. This is a list of television broadcasters which provide coverage of the Ukrainian Premier League, which is Ukrainian football's top level of competition.
Ukrainian clubs being part of the Soviet Union competed in European competitions since s when the Soviet clubs started to participate in continental competitions.
On its own initiative the Ukrainian Premier League sold broadcasting rights to Romania and Russia as well. A representative star is placed above the team's badge to indicate 10 league titles.
Dynamo Kyiv after having entered the Ukrainian championship has become the same dominant leader as during the Soviet times by earning its 20th national title at the top level in The two stars, however, were only added to the club's logo in From —17 to —20 seasons, the league conducted season competition in two rounds, where after the first double round robin tournament the league is split in half into two groups of six teams.
Then, top six play second double round robin for the title, while the bottom six play to determine teams to be relegated and Europa League playoff participants in the —20 season.
The team that won the relegation group receives a consolation-type honorary award, the Prestige trophy. Ex- Dynamo Kyiv strikers Maksim Shatskikh and Serhiy Rebrov hold the record for most Ukrainian Premier League goals with , with Shatskikh winning the top single season scorer title twice in — and —03, Rebrov once in — Since the first Ukrainian Premier League season in , 22 different players have won or shared the top scorer's title.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan holds the record for most goals in a season 25 , Serhiy Rebrov and Maksim Shatskikh are the only two players to score at least 20 goals twice.
The most prolific all-time scorers are Ivan Hetsko and Viktor Leonenko , respectively attaining 0. The league's record holder for winnings is Mircea Lucescu.
The league's record holder for games in the league is Myron Markevych. Teams marking as of —21 :. All figures are correct through the —20 season.
Teams in bold currently compete in Premier League. Numbers in bold indicate the record values for each column.
There were several instances when the games outside of regular double round-robin tournament and split group seasons were scheduled or required.
They were held either for determiniming the league position golden and third place matches , international competitions qualification Europa League play-off or promotion or relegation relegation play-off.
League finals for Premier League took place on two occasions. In the inaugural season , the league was conducted in two groups of 10 teams due to transition to the autumn-spring competition calendar.
The teams in each group played a double round-robin tournament , after which the winners of both groups faced each other in the one-match league final at neutral field.
The final was played on the 21 June , crowning Tavriya Simferopol as the first champions of independent Ukraine after their 1—0 win over Dynamo Kyiv.
Starting from the —06 season , if multiple teams finish tied on points on the top of the table, Golden match is required to determine the champion.
In the same season, this rule came into effect for the first and only to the moment time: Shakhtar Donetsk and Dynamo Kyiv both finished with 75 points after the regular season.
In the following final game, Shakhtar managed to win the title after the th-minute goal from Julius Aghahowa which concluded their 2—1 extra-time win.
Similarly to the league final, in the inaugural season the third place match was played between the runners-up of both team groups that formed the league in the season.
In the game at neutral field, Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk from Group B defeated Shakhtar Donetsk from Group A 3—2 and won their first bronze medals in the league.
In the —20 season , play-offs for qualification to the UEFA Europa League are played for the first time between the 5th and 6th teams from the Championship round and two top teams from the Relegation round 7th and 8th.
The play-off consists of the semi-final and final stages, with ties in both played as single matches on the field of the team ranked higher in the season standings.
For the first tome, play-off to determine the participant of the next Vyshcha Liha season was held unplanned at the end of the —99 season.
Third-placed team of —99 First League , Torpedo Zaporizhzhia , who was to be promoted, filed for bankruptcy at the end of the season.
The league regulations at the time did not specify what actions are needed to be taken in such situation, so PFL made a decision to held a play-off game between the highest-ranked relegated team, Prykarpattia Ivano-Frankivsk , and highest-ranked not promoted team, FC Cherkasy at neutral field in Kyiv.
The game ended with Prykarpattia defending their league place 3—1. In the —02 season , due to league enlargement play-off was held between the second-lowest Vyshcha Liha team, Polihraftekhnika Oleksandriya , and fourth First League team, Polissya Zhytomyr.
The game on a neutral field in Kyiv ended 1—0 in favour of Oleksandriya. Since —18 season , the play-offs are held in home-and-away format between the 10th and 11th teams from Premier League, and 2nd and 3rd from First League.
During this time, 3 teams were promoted by play-offs, and another 1 managed to defend its place. However, in the —20 season there will be no playoffs because of the league enlargement and three teams will promote from First League directly.
The central feature of the league is a rivalry between Shakhtar Donetsk and Dynamo Kyiv which has adopted its name as Klasychne derby.
The rivalry started ever since the end of s when both teams started consistently to place the top two places from season to season. The rivalry became really established when Shakhtar obtained its first national title in The surprising win of the first season by SC Tavriya Simferopol has never turned the club into a real contender for another title and the club was not always successful to secure a place among the top five.
Among other contenders there were FC Metalist Kharkiv that were the league's runners-up in —13 and FC Metalurh Donetsk that showed some consistent form in the early s.
Among city derbies, there were no running city derbies in the league for the —18 season. Since the Russian aggression against Ukraine, the access to some stadiums was restricted.
Many stadiums in Ukraine and their surrounding infrastructure were renovated in preparation to the Euro Source: [ citation needed ].
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