1996–97 Moldovan National Division

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Statistics of Moldovan National Division in the 1996-1997 season.

Overview[edit]

It was performed in 16 teams and Constructorul Chişinău won the championship.

League standings[edit]

Pos Club P W D L GF GA Pts
1 Constructorul Chişinău 30 26 3 1 82 10 81
2 Zimbru Chişinău 30 22 4 4 112 21 70
3 Tiligul-Tiras Tiraspol 30 20 8 2 73 12 68
4 Nistru Otaci 30 19 6 5 58 21 63
5 Olimpia Bălţi 30 18 6 6 75 34 60
6 Speranţa Nisporeni 30 11 9 10 34 36 42
7 Dinamo Bender 30 12 5 13 42 45 41
8 Locomotiva Basarabească 30 12 5 13 44 58 41
9 Unisport-Auto Chişinău 30 12 5 13 40 44 41
10 Codru Călăraşi 30 12 4 14 43 48 40
11 Agro-Goliador Chişinău 30 11 3 16 53 47 36
12 Victoria Cahul 30 7 8 15 33 61 29
13 MHM 93 Chişinău 30 6 7 17 32 53 25
14 Ciuhur Ocniţa 30 6 6 18 20 97 24
15 Spumante Cricova 30 3 4 23 21 44 13
16 Attila Ungheni 30 1 1 28 10 141 4
  • † - Victoria Cahul are exempt from relegation (because of the bus accident in round 9 on the way to Bălți).
  • ‡ - Spumante Cricova were expelled from the championship after their second failure to show up for a match (in round 21 at Attila); they has disappeared at the end of the season.
  • Tighina (Bender) changed name to Dinamo (they are now the police team),

while Sportul Studențesc (Chișinău) merged with Universul (Trușeni) to form Unisport (Chișinău).

Promoted: Sindicat Moldova-Gaz (Chișinău) and Roma (Bălți).

Champions of Divizia Națională 1996-1997

Constructorul Chișinău
(First title)

Promotion Play-off[edit]

  • Codru relegated, Stimold-MIF promoted.

Goalscorers[edit]

Pos. Player Club Goals
1 Moldova Serghei Rogaciov Constructorul/Olimpia 35
2 Moldova Iurie Miterev Zimbru Chișinău 34
3 Moldova Ruslan Barburoș Agro Chișinău 14
Moldova Victor Berco Olimpia Bălți 14

References[edit]