1941 Soviet Top League
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The 1941 Soviet Top League was cancelled due to World War II. The last matches were played on June 24.
League Standings as of June 24, 1941
P = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; F = Goals for; A = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points
CDKA were renamed to Red Army (now CSKA)
Out of Moscovite Lokomotiv, Torpedo, Metallurg, and Krylya Sovetov were formed teams Profsoyuzy-1 and Profsoyuzy-2.
Out of Leningradis Avangard, Zenit, and Krasnaya Zaria were formed teams Profsoyuz of Leningrad which was renamed again into Zenit.
As the Group B liquidated for the 1941 season FC Dinamo Minsk, FC Spartak Odessa, and FC Spartak Kharkiv were promoted along with SC Spartak Leningrad. Presumably FC Spartak Kharkiv was also a merger of Dynamo, and Silmash forming the reformed united city team Spartak, but evidence of that is yet to be found.
- 8 goals
- 7 goals
- Sergei Solovyov (Dynamo Moscow)
- 6 goals
- Boris Paichadze (Dinamo Tbilisi)
- Viktor Panyukov (Dinamo Tbilisi)
- Pyotr Shcherbakov (Spartak Odessa)
- 5 goals
- 4 goals
- Ilya Bizyukov (Dynamo Leningrad)
- Pavel Kornilov (Spartak Moscow)
- Ivan Mitronov (Profsoyuzy-2 Moscow)
- Konstantin Sazonov (Dynamo Leningrad)
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