1992–93 Ukrainian Second League
|Relegated||CSK ZSU Kyiv|
|Top goalscorer||20 - S.Matviiv (Dnipro)|
The 1992-93 Ukrainian Second League was the second season of 3rd level professional football in Ukraine. The League was reorganized into a single group for the next several seasons. The season started on August 17, 1992, and finished on July 3, 1993.
Due to competition reorganization there were no teams promoted from a lower tier. The Second League was created by combining 10 less fortunate teams that previously played in the First League with 8 better teams that previously played in the Transition League. The other 10 less fortunate teams of the last season Transition League were moved to the newly established lower tier also named Transition League where they will compete with better amateur teams.
Debut for all teams previously playing in the First League
- Soon after the start of the season on September 8, 1992 Polissya changed its name to Khimik Zhytomyr coming under the sponsorship of the local chemical plant.
- During the winter break Krystal changed its name to Tavriya Kherson.
- During the winter break Shakhtar-2 changed its name to Metalurh Kostyantynivka as the team was stationed in Kostyantynivka since 1992.
- Before the season ZS-Oriyana carried name SKA Kyiv. During the second half on May 21, 1993 ZS-Oriyana changed its name to more common and recognizable CSK ZSU Kyiv.
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Promotion or relegation|
|1||Dnipro Cherkasy (C, P)||34||20||9||5||59||33||+26||49||Promoted to First League|
|2||Khimik Zhytomyr (P)||34||20||9||5||53||29||+24||49|
|18||CSK ZSU Kyiv (R)||34||9||7||18||27||50||−23||25||Relegated to Third League|
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.
|1||Stepan Matviiv||20 (8)||Dnipro Cherkasy|
|2||Vasyl Herasymchuk||15 (5)||Chaika Sevastopol|
|3||Oleh Vietrov||13 (6)||Bazhanovets Makiivka|
|4||Vasyl Karpin||12||Halychyna Drohobych|
|Vladyslav Suchko||12 (1)||Meliorator Kakhovka|
|Volodymyr Shyshkov||12 (2)||Khimik Zhytomyr|
|Hryhoriy Lazarko||12 (5)||Yavir Krasnopillia|
|8||Taras Babych||11||Chaika Sevastopol|
|Oleksandr Berezhnyi||11||Vahonobudivnyk Stakhanov|
|10||Oleksandr Kundenok||9||Tytan Armyansk|
|1992-93 Second League Winner|
|FC Dnipro Cherkasy|
- 1992-93 Ukrainian Transitional League (Aleksei Kobyzev, Russian)
- 1992-93 Ukrainian Transitional League (Dmitriy Troschiy, Russian)
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