1993–94 Vyshcha Liha
|Champions||FC Dynamo Kyiv|
|Relegated||FC Bukovyna Chernivtsi
FC Metalist Kharkiv
|Champions League||Dynamo Kyiv|
|Cup Winners' Cup||Chornomorets Odessa|
|UEFA Cup||Shakhtar Donetsk|
|Top goalscorer||(18) Timerlan Huseinov (Chornomorets)|
|Biggest home win||7:0 Dnipro - Metalurh (Round 17)|
|Biggest away win||0:4 Zorya-MALS - Shakhtar (Round 15)|
|Highest scoring||7:1 Tariya - Metalist (Round 15)|
1993–94 Vyshcha Liha was the third season of the Vyshcha Liha.
Last season the league champions Dynamo received a fierce competition from the Pavlov led Dnipro out of Dnipropetrovsk. The third season was promising to be even more exciting. Dynamo was going through some difficult times and before the start of the season it was sold to Hryhoriy Surkis from Viktor Bezverkhyi.
The season started on August 8 with nine games of the first round. It finally was concluded on June 19. It was anticipated that at least four clubs would be really competing for the top title. At the end it turned out the other way around. Dnipro has remarkably given up its positions, losing almost ten games. Chornomorets also did not pose any resistance to neither Dynamo or Shakhtar. However the biggest surprise was the relegation of Metalist Kharkiv which managed to win only six games. Metalurh Zaporizhia barely managed to escape relegation, partially due to they excellent game in Kharkiv where they manage to thrash the local Metalist 3:0. Three rounds before the end Dynamo was recognized as the champions. There was one technical loss (-:+) that was awarded again to SC Tavriya Simferopol when it was hosting FC Volyn Lutsk in the 32nd round on June 11, 1994, for fielding a suspended player Dzyubenko.
The league was expanded to 18 teams including the same 16 from the past season.
- Nyva Vinnytsia, the champion of the 1992–93 Ukrainian First League – (returning after a season absence)
- Temp Shepetivka, the runner-up of the 1992–93 Ukrainian First League – (returning after a season absence)
|1||Dynamo Kyiv (C)||34||23||10||1||61||21||+40||56||CL Qualifying Round|
|2||Shakhtar Donetsk||34||20||9||5||64||32||+32||49||UC 2nd Qualifying Round|
|3||Chornomorets Odessa||34||20||8||6||52||23||+29||48||CWC 1st Round|
|6||Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih||34||14||8||12||26||26||0||36|
|17||Bukovyna Chernivtsi (R)||34||7||6||21||25||51||−26||20||Persha Liha|
|18||Metalist Kharkiv (R)||34||6||8||20||22||63||−41||20||Persha Liha|
Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd wins; 3rd goal difference
- In bold are the participants of the 1994 Ukrainian Cup Final.
- Dynamo Kyiv won its second title at home against Metalist Kharkiv on June 7, 1994, earning its 20th win of the season at the Republican Stadium in Kiev in front of 3,500 spectators.
|1||Timerlan Huseinov||Chornomorets Odessa||18 (1)|
|2||Oleh Matviiv||Shakhtar Donetsk||17 (5)|
|3||Victor Leonenko||Dynamo Kyiv||15 (4)|
|4||Oleh Mochulyak||Nyva Ternopil||14|
|5||Serhii Konovalov||Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk||13|
|Serhiy Skachenko||Temp Shepetivka||13|
|7||Borys Finkel||Bukovyna Chernivtsi||12|
|Serhiy Onopko||Shakhtar Donetsk||12|
|Pavlo Shkapenko||Dynamo Kyiv||12|
|Andriy Pokladok||Karpaty Lviv||12 (1)|
(league appearances and goals listed in brackets)
Note: Players in italic are whose playing position is uncertain.