1992–93 Czechoslovak First League
|Champions League||Sparta Prague|
|Cup Winners' Cup||Boby Brno|
|UEFA Cup||Slavia Prague|
|Top goalscorer||Peter Dubovský (24 goals)|
The 1992–93 season of the Czechoslovak First League was the last in which teams from the Czech Republic and Slovakia competed together. Peter Dubovský was the league's top scorer with 24 goals. The league was succeeded at the end of the season by the Czech First League and the Slovak Super Liga.
It was contested by 16 teams, and Sparta Prague won the championship. Czechoslovakia received one of the slots of UN banned Yugoslavia for the UEFA Cup. Brno was invited as Czech club to the Cup Winners Cup because the Cup of Czechoslovakia went to Slovakia and the loser finalist was Sparta Prague.
|1||Sparta Prague (C)||30||23||2||5||66||24||+42||48||1993–94 UEFA Champions League|
|2||Slavia Prague||30||18||7||5||70||28||+42||43||1993–94 UEFA Cup|
|4||DAC Dunajská Streda||30||16||5||9||46||36||+10||37|
|7||Inter Bratislava||30||14||3||13||46||42||+4||31||Qualification to Slovak Superliga|
|8||Boby Brno||30||13||5||12||40||51||−11||31||1993–94 European Cup Winners' Cup|
|9||SKP Fomei Hradec Králové||30||10||7||13||32||36||−4||27|
|11||Tatran Prešov||30||9||8||13||42||40||+2||26||Qualification to Slovak Superliga|
|16||Spartak Trnava||30||3||10||17||24||60||−36||16||Qualification to Slovak Superliga|