1993 Kazakhstan Premier League

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Kazakhstan Top Division 1993 was the second edition of Kazakhstan Premier League. [1]

Promotion and relegation of 1992 season[edit]

Five new teams were accepted:

Three teams were relegated at the end of last season:

and

Club name changes[edit]

At the start of season:
FC Arsenal SKIF became FC SKIF Ordabasy,
FC Aktau became FC Munaishy,
FC Uralets became FC Uralets-Arma,
FC Fosfor became FC Taraz,
FC Montazhnik became FC Yassi,
FC Zhetysu became FC Taldykorgan,
FC Traktor became FC Ansat,
FC Ekibastuzetc became FC Batyr,
FC Metallist (Zhezkazgan) became FC Yenbek
FC Zenith became FC Azhar

League Format[edit]

Originally planned 26 teams in total. But like the season earlier, one team withdrew during the season. This time it was FC Kokshetau. All its games were annulled. The competition was split into two stages. In first stage two groups of 12 and 13 teams were formed. In second stage the best six teams of each group joined together to play in a final group for positions 1 to 12. The rest of the teams played in a group for positions 13 to 25. Teams played against each other on home-away basis in their groups. Final standings of teams did not count the results of the first stage.

First Stage. Group A[edit]

8 April - 26 July

Pos Team City P W D L F A GD Pts
1 FC Dostyk Alma-ata 24 14 5 5 58 25 33 33
2 FC Kairat Alma-ata 24 13 5 6 45 21 24 31
3 FC Gornyak Khromtau 24 13 4 7 31 29 2 30
4 FC SKIF Ordabasy Shymkent 24 11 7 6 41 20 21 29
5 FC Zhiger Shymkent 24 11 6 7 47 31 16 28
6 FC Aktyubinets Aktobe 24 11 6 7 33 24 9 28
7 FC Munaishy Aktau 24 12 2 10 43 41 2 26
8 FC Uralets-Arma Oral 24 11 4 9 26 21 5 26
9 FC Taraz Zhambyl 24 10 4 10 41 36 5 24
10 FC Yassi Turkestan 24 7 3 14 33 54 -21 17
11 FC Karachaganak Aqsay 24 6 4 14 28 62 -34 16
12 FC Kaisar Kzyl-Orda 24 5 4 15 22 43 -21 14
13 FC Taldykorgan Taldykorgan 24 3 4 17 26 67 -41 10

Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points

First Stage. Group B[edit]

10 April - 26 July

Pos Team City P W D L F A GD Pts
1 FC Ansat Pavlodar 22 13 4 5 51 26 25 30
2 FC Batyr Ekibastuz 22 13 3 6 48 24 24 29
3 FC Shakhter Karaganda 22 11 6 5 24 12 12 28
4 FC Khimik Kostanay 22 11 6 5 35 20 15 28
5 FC Vostok Ust-Kamenogorsk 22 12 3 7 31 21 10 27
6 FC Tselinnik Akmola 22 11 5 6 32 21 11 27
7 FC Azhar Kokshetau 22 12 2 8 35 31 4 26
8 FC Bulat Temirtau 22 11 3 8 43 23 20 25
9 FC Dinamo Alma-ata 22 9 3 10 34 35 -1 21
10 FC Namys Alma-ata 22 5 2 15 18 62 -44 12
11 FC Spartak Semipalatinsk 22 2 4 16 19 50 -31 8
12 FC Yenbek Zhezkazgan 22 1 1 20 18 63 -45 3

Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points

Second Stage. Positions 13-25[edit]

11 August - 15 November

Pos Team City P W D L F A GD Pts
13 FC Bulat Temirtau 24 16 5 3 43 15 28 37
14 FC Taraz (CRU) Zhambyl 24 16 4 4 51 29 22 36
15 FC Uralets-Arma Oral 24 14 5 5 41 12 29 33
16 FC Yassi Turkestan 24 15 3 6 44 30 14 33
17 FC Spartak Semipalatinsk 24 13 4 7 32 35 -3 30
18 FC Dinamo Alma-ata 24 10 9 5 43 29 14 29
19 FC Azhar Kokshetau 24 11 6 7 49 30 19 28
20 FC Munaishy Aktau 24 11 3 10 41 36 5 25
21 FC Kaisar Kzyl-Orda 24 10 2 12 30 42 -12 22
22 FC Yenbek Zhezkazgan 24 4 6 14 14 34 -20 14
23 FC Namys Alma-ata 24 3 3 18 21 55 -34 9
24 FC Karachaganak Aqsay 24 3 3 18 26 49 -23 9
25 FC Taldykorgan Taldykorgan 24 2 3 19 16 55 -39 7

Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points

  • FC Dinamo was penalized with a technical loss 0:3 (game Namys 2:2 Dinamo)
  • FC Ansat was penalized with a technical loss 0:3 (game SKIF 1:1 Ansat)
  • FC Taraz replaced Kazakhstan Cup winner FC Dostyk as a runner-up in Asian Cup Winners Cup
(CRU) 1993 Cup runner-up
Qualified for the 1994–95 Asian Cup Winners' Cup
Relegated to First Division

Second Stage. Positions 1-12[edit]

14 August - 4 November

Pos Team City P W D L F A GD Pts
1 FC Ansat (C) Pavlodar 22 14 6 2 43 15 28 34
2 FC Batyr Ekibastuz 22 13 4 5 41 20 21 30
3 FC Gornyak Khromtau 22 12 6 4 36 28 8 30
4 FC Zhiger Shymkent 22 11 7 4 43 28 15 29
5 FC SKIF Ordabasy Shymkent 22 9 6 7 27 25 2 24
6 FC Shakhter Karaganda 22 8 6 8 25 29 -4 22
7 FC Dostyk (CW) Alma-ata 22 9 1 12 26 34 -8 19
8 FC Khimik Kostanay 22 7 5 10 26 31 -5 19
9 FC Aktyubinets Aktobe 22 5 7 10 27 31 -4 17
10 FC Vostok Ust-Kamenogorsk 22 7 2 13 26 40 -14 16
11 FC Kairat Alma-ata 22 5 3 14 23 41 -18 13
12 FC Tselinnik Akmola 22 4 3 15 21 42 -21 11

Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points

(C) 1993 Champions
(C) 1993 Cup winner
Qualified for the Asian Club Championship 1995
Kazakhstan Champions 1993
FC Ansat
First Title

Top scorers[edit]

Player Team Goals
Kazakhstan Aleksandr Shmarikov Taraz 28
Kazakhstan Nikolay Kurganskiy Batyr 26
Kazakhstan Pavel Demyan Bulat 25
Kazakhstan Sergei Kalabukhin Azhar 23
Kazakhstan Konstantin Kucheryavykh Tselinnik 22
Kazakhstan Askar Abildaev Kairat 21
Kazakhstan Viktor Antonov Ansat 20
Kazakhstan Andrei Miroshnichenko Aktyubinets 20
Kazakhstan Vladislav Kazankov Yassi 20
Kazakhstan Sergei Krasnobaev Azhar 20
Kazakhstan Erkin Sultanov Munaishy 20
Kazakhstan Vyacheslav Suslitsyn Karachaganak 20
Kazakhstan Sergei Klimov Dostyk 19
Kazakhstan Oleg Malyshev Khimik 19

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