1992 Moldovan National Division

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Divizia Naţională 1992 is the first edition of Moldovan Divizia Naţională since independence.

The league was a double round-robin tournament. The season takes less than a year in order to change the league to become a summer league. Only 12 teams participate.

Moldovan National Division
Season 1992
Champions Zimbru Chișinău
Relegated Constructorul Leova
Matches played 132
Goals scored 357 (2.7 per match)
Top goalscorer Serghei Alexandrov

Competing Teams 1992[edit]

Club City Stadium 1991 season
Amocom Chișinău Chișinău
Bugeac Comrat Comrat 3rd in Soviet Second League B, Zone 5
Constructorul Chișinău Chișinău
Constructorul Leova Leova
Cristalul Făleşti Făleşti
Dinamo Codru Chișinău Chișinău
Moldova Boroşeni Boroseni
Olimpia Bălţi Bălţi 14th in Soviet Second League - West Group
Speranţa Nisporeni Nisporeni
Tighina Tighina 9th in Soviet Second League - West Group
Tiligul Tiraspol Tiraspol 2nd in Soviet First League
Zimbru Chișinău Chișinău 19th in Soviet First League

Final classification[edit]

Team GP W D L GF GA +/- Pts Comments
1. Tiligul Tiraspol 22 15 5 2 40 13 +27 35 Playoffs[1]
2. Zimbru Chișinău 22 15 5 2 40 15 +25 35
3. Bugeac Comrat 22 13 7 2 51 11 +40 33
4. FC Tighina 22 9 8 5 21 17 +4 26
5. Amocom Chișinău 22 9 7 6 32 25 +7 25
6. Constructorul Chișinău 22 8 7 7 46 32 +14 23
7. Dinamo Codru Chișinău 22 8 5 9 30 23 +7 21
8. Speranţa Nisporeni 22 6 5 11 20 32 -12 17
9. Olimpia Bălți 22 5 7 10 19 24 -5 17
10. Moldova Boroseni 22 7 2 13 22 42 -20 16
11. Cristalul Fălești 22 3 3 16 25 60 -35 9
12. Constructorul Leova 22 2 3 17 11 63 -52 7
Relegation to Divizia A

Top goalscorers[edit]

Updated to matches played on 12 April 2014.[citation needed]
Rank Player Club Goals
1 Moldova Serghei Alexandrov Bugeac Comrat 13
Moldova Oleg Flentea Constructorul Chișinău 13
3 Moldova Vladimir Cosse Tiligul Tiraspol 10
4 Moldova Iurie Miterev Zimbru Chișinău 8
Moldova Alexandru Spiridon Zimbru Chișinău 8
Moldova Vasile Carlig Speranța Nisporeni 8
7 Moldova Victor Russu Bugeac Comrat 7
Moldova Lilian Popescu Constructorul Chișinău 7
Moldova Veaceslav Medvedev Dinamo Codru Chisinau 7
10 Moldova Emil Caras Zimbru Chișinău 6
Moldova Vlad Copoț Bugeac Comrat 6
Moldova Gheorghe Harea FC Tighina 6
Moldova Constantin Sturza Constructorul Chișinău 6
Moldova Iurie Adamenco Moldova Boroseni 6
Moldova Veaceslav Carandașov Cristalul Făleşti 6
Moldova Dumitru Sandu Constructorul Leova 6

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Title awarded to Zimbru because Tiligul refused to play the playoff game.