1991–92 Slovenian PrvaLiga

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Slovenian PrvaLiga
Season 1991–92
Champions Olimpija
(1st title)
Relegated Dekani
Medvode
Domžale
Rudar Trbovlje
Primorje
UEFA Champions League Olimpija
UEFA Cup Izola
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Maribor
Matches played 419
Goals scored 1080 (2.58 per match)
Top goalscorer Zoran Ubavič
(29 goals)
Biggest home win Olimpija 12–0 Dekani
Biggest away win Primorje 0–5 Slovan
Highest scoring Olimpija 12–0 Dekani
(12 goals)
Longest winning run 8 games
Olimpija
Longest unbeaten run 12 games
Krka
Olimpija
Longest winless run 17 games
Nafta
Longest losing run 7 games
Železničar
Highest attendance 7,000
Olimpija 2–0 Maribor
Lowest attendance 50
Slovan 5–0 Beltinci
Total attendance 318,160
Average attendance 759

The 1991–92 Slovenian PrvaLiga was the first season of Slovenian top division football. The season started on 18 August 1991 and ended on 21 June 1992 with each team playing a total of 40 matches. Kladivar Celje, Vozila Gorica and Proletarec Zagorje abandoned their traditional names after the fall period.

Qualified clubs[edit]

Team Venue 1990–91 result
Slovan Kodeljevo 2nd in the Slovenian Republic League
Svoboda Svoboda Sports Park 3rd in the Slovenian Republic League
Ljubljana ŽŠD 4th in the Slovenian Republic League
Nafta Lendava City Stadium 5th in the Slovenian Republic League
Kladivar Celje Skalna Klet 6th in the Slovenian Republic League
Domžale Sports Park 7th in the Slovenian Republic League
Naklo Pod Štucljem 8th in the Slovenian Republic League
Steklar Steklar Stadium 9th in the Slovenian Republic League
Gorica Sports Park 10th in the Slovenian Republic League
Mura Fazanerija 11th in the Slovenian Republic League
Rudar Trbovlje Rudar Stadium 12th in the Slovenian Republic League
Jadran Dekani Ivan Gregorič Stadium 13th in the Slovenian Republic League
Medvode Ob Sori Stadium 14th in the Slovenian Republic League
Proletarec Proletarec Stadium 1st in the Slovenian Zonal League West
Beltinka Beltinci Sports Park 1st in the Slovenian Zonal League East
Primorje Stadion Primorje 2nd in the Slovenian Zonal League West, play-off winners
Olimpija Bežigrad 14th in the Yugoslav First League
Izola City Stadium 7th in the Yugoslav Inter-Republic League West
Maribor Ljudski vrt 8th in the Yugoslav Inter-Republic League West
Koper Bonifika 12th in the Yugoslav Inter-Republic League West
Rudar Velenje Ob Jezeru 1st in the Slovenian Republic League, qualified for Inter-Republic

Play-offs[edit]

16 June 1991
Dravinja 0 – 1 Primorje
Dobrava Stadium, Slovenske Konjice

Final table[edit]

Pos Team P W D L F A GD Pts
1 Olimpija 40 30 6 4 102 18 +84 66
2 Maribor 40 25 9 6 76 30 +46 59
3 Izola 40 22 12 6 62 26 +36 56
4 Gorica 40 15 16 9 63 40 +23 46
5 Ljubljana 40 17 12 11 59 41 +18 46
6 Naklo 40 14 18 8 49 39 +10 46
7 Mura 40 17 9 14 60 49 +11 43
8 Koper 40 15 13 12 38 33 +5 43
9 Celje 40 14 13 13 43 51 –8 41
10 Slovan 40 14 12 14 51 40 +11 40
11 Svoboda 40 14 12 14 51 55 –4 40
12 Rudar Velenje 40 13 12 15 59 65 –6 38
13 Beltinci 40 14 10 16 48 60 –12 38
14 Zagorje 40 13 10 17 47 44 +3 36
15 Nafta Lendava 40 13 10 17 52 63 –11 36
16 Steklar 40 12 12 16 57 75 –18 36
17 Primorje 40 12 11 17 44 60 –16 35
18 Rudar Trbovlje 40 12 9 19 47 60 –13 33
19 Domžale 40 5 14 21 26 59 –33 24
20 Medvode 40 9 5 26 26 84 –58 23
21 Jadran Dekani 40 4 7 29 23 91 –68 15
UEFA Champions League
UEFA Cup
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup
Relegated to the Slovenian Second League

See also[edit]

References[edit]

General
Specific

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