1992–93 Ukrainian First League
|Relegated||Ros, Shakhtar Pvl.|
|Goals scored||1076 (2.33 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||(26) R.Hryhorchuk (Prykarpattia)
Ukrainian First League 1992–93 was the second season of the Ukrainian First League.
The league was reorganized from the previous season into a single group of 22 teams of which the best one was Nyva Vinnytsia. The league was joined by six clubs relegated from the Ukrainian Premier League, while no clubs were promoted from the Ukrainian Second League. The biggest favorite of the season FC Naftovyk Okhtyrka missed its chance to get back to the League of the strongest. Impressive season was for the FC Vorskla Poltava and FC Polihraftekhnika Oleksandria who will be setting a pace in the following years in the league. Disappointing season had FC Metalurh Nikopol and FC Pryladyst Mukacheve that nearly made it to the Top League last season.
League table 
Promotions and relegations 
The following clubs were relegated from the Premier League after the prior season:
- Nyva Vinnytsia (8th, Grp. A)
- Evis Mykolaiv (9th, Grp. A)
- Temp Shepetivka (10th, Grp. A)
- Naftovyk Okhtyrka (8th, Grp. B)
- Prykarpattya Ivano-Frankivsk (9th, Grp. B)
- SCA Odessa (10th, Grp. B)
There were no clubs promoted from the Second League after the prior season.
In 1992-93 season, the Ukrainian First League consists of the following teams:
Final table 
|1||Nyva Vinnytsia||42||24||14||4||73||26||+47||62||Premier League|
|2||Temp Shepetivka||42||25||8||9||68||48||+20||58||Premier League|
|15||Dynamo-2 Kyiv||42||10||17||15||48||39||+9||37||no promotion|
|21||Ros Bila Tserkva||42||10||15||17||40||48||−8||35||Second League|
|22||Shakhtar Pavlohrad||42||6||4||32||35||92||−57||16||Second League|
- In bold' are teams that competed in the Supreme League.
- Dynamo-2 Kyiv can't be promoted.
- Nord-Am-Podillia Khmelnytskyi was named simply as Podillya Khmelnytskyi.
Top scorers 
Statistics are taken from here.
|3||Yuriy Ovcharenko||24||Desna / Nyva|
|6||Volodymyr Tymchenko||15||Odessa / Podillya|
See also 
- Statistics (Russian)
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