1995–96 Ukrainian First League

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Ukrainian First League
Season 1995–96
Champions Vorskla Poltava
Promoted Vorskla Poltava
Relegated (all withdrew) - Naftokhimik, Ratusha, Skala
Top goalscorer (36) Serhiy Chuychenko (Polihraftekhnika/Vorskla)
Biggest home win (8:0) Khimik S/d - Ratusha
Biggest away win (0:7) Ratusha - Lviv
Highest scoring (8:1) Polihraftekhnika - Zakarpattia

Ukrainian First League 1995–96 was the fifth season of the Ukrainian First League which was easily won by Vorskla Poltava. The season started on August 4, 1995, and finished on July 1, 1996.

Teams[edit]

In 1995-96 season, the Ukrainian First League consists of the following teams:

Club City Stadium Coach Replaced coach(es)
Metalist Kharkiv Kharkiv Metalist Stadium Viktor Udovenko V.Kamarzayev
Veres Rivne Rivne Avanhard Stadium Viacheslav Kobeletsky V.Usatyi
Poligraftechnika Olexandria Oleksandriya Olimp Stadium An.Buznyk
Podillya Khmelnytskyi Khmelnytskyi
Krasyliv
Podillya Stadium
Yunist Stadium
Vl.Bulhakov Vl.Stryzhevsky
Krystal Chortkiv Chortkiv Kharchovyk Stadium S.Osynovsky I.Hamaliy
Lviv Lviv Yunist Stadium Stepan Yurchyshyn
Dynamo-2 Kyiv Kyiv Dynamo Stadium Volodymyr Onyshchenko Anatoliy Kroshchenko
Yavir Krasnopillia Krasnopillya Kolos Stadium
Yavir Stadium
V.Dushkov V.Bermudes
Stal Alchevsk Alchevsk Stal Stadium Anatoliy Volobuyev
Dnipro Cherkasy Cherkasy Central Stadium
Spartak Stadium
Ihor Chupryna S.Osynovsky
Bazhanovets Makiivka Makiivka Avanhard Stadium V.Pyshchev
Bukovyna Chernivtsi Chernivtsi Bukovyna Stadium Yukhym Shkolnykov
Khimik Zhytomyr Zhytomyr City Stadium Andriy Biba Vl.Nechayev
Naftovyk Okhtyrka Okhtyrka Naftovyk Stadium A.Dovbiy Andriy Biba
Metalurh Nikopol Nikopol Elektrometalurh Stadium H.Verzhelenko Pavlo Yakovenko
Temp-Advis Khmelnytskyi Khmelnytskyi
Kamianets-Podilsky
Podillya Stadium
Tonkocheyev CS
A.Petrov V.Dushko
Zakarpattia Uzhhorod Uzhhorod Avanhard Stadium M.Bobal
FC Skala Stryj Stryi Sokil Stadium Yuriy Shulyatytsky Roman Pokora
Vorskla Poltava Poltava Vorskla Stadium
Lokomotyv Stadium
Viktor Pozhychevsky
Khimik Severodonetsk Sieverodonetsk Khimik Stadium Yu.Koval Yu.Vankevych
Odessa Odessa SKA Stadium Serhiy Marusyn
Naftokhimik Kremenchuk Kremenchuk Naftokhimik Stadium
Dnipro Stadium
M.Belykh

Final table[edit]

P
Team
G
W
D
L
Dif
Pts
Misc
1 Vorskla Poltava 42 32 7 3 92:37 103 Sub on.svg Vyscha Liha
2 Bukovyna Chernivtsi 42 30 5 7 83:34 95
3 Stal Alchevsk 42 26 5 11 73:40 83
4 Polihraftekhnika Oleksandria 42 23 7 12 69:37 76
5 Metalurh Nikopol 42 23 5 14 59:40 74
6 Dynamo-2 Kyiv 42 20 12 10 64:42 72
7 Khimik Syeverodonetsk 42 20 11 11 68:32 71
8 Naftovyk Okhtyrka 42 18 12 12 52:37 66
9 Shakhtar Makiivka 42 19 7 16 63:55 64
10 Krystal Chortkiv 42 19 6 17 70:54 63
11 FC Lviv 42 18 8 16 55:42 62 (+) new
12 Podillia Khmelnytskyi 42 17 11 14 57:50 62
13 Yavir Krasnopillia 42 17 9 16 53:43 60 (+) new
14 Khimik Zhytomyr 42 16 10 16 55:57 58
15 Naftokhimik Kremenchuk 42 16 7 19 43:45 55 Sub off.svg Folded
16 Veres Rivne 42 15 9 18 39:49 54 (-) new
17 Zakarpattia Uzhhorod 42 14 8 20 49:67 50
18 Odessa 42 11 11 20 35:63 44
19 Metalist Kharkiv 42 10 9 23 40:54 39
20 Dnipro Cherkasy 42 6 4 32 26:91 22
21 Ratusha Kamyanets-Podilskyi 42 6 2 34 14:103 20 (-) new
Sub off.svg Folded
22 Skala Stryi 42 2 3 37 21:108 9 Sub off.svg Folded

Note:
FC Temp Shepetivka at first united with FC Advis Khmelnytskyi, but in the second half it relocated to Kamyanets-Podilskyi and was renamed to Ratusha (townhall -eng.). The club folded at the end of the season.
Skala Stryi that was formed out of FC Karpaty Kamyanka-Buzka in 1992 to reinstate a Polish club of 70 years ago upon the conclusion of the season folded. Later another club from Komarne will move to Stryi and will be called as FC Hazovyk-Skala.
No clubs were relegated this season as three participants withdrew out of competition at the end of the season.

Legend:

- Promoted

- Relegated

Persha Liha 1995-96 Winners
FC Vorskla Poltava
First title

Top scorers[edit]

Statistics are taken from here.[1]

Scorer Goals (Pen.) Team
1 Ukraine Serhiy Chuichenko 35 (9) Polihraftekhnika / Vorskla
2 Ukraine Viktor Diak 21 (4) Shakhtar Makiivka
3 Ukraine Borys Finkel 20 (1) Bukovyna Chernivtsi
Ukraine Vadym Plotnikov 20 (5) Stal Alchevsk
5 Ukraine Ivan Shariy 18 (2) Vorskla Poltava
6 Ukraine Vitaliy Samoilov 17 Dynamo-2 Kyiv
7 Ukraine Oleksandr Prudkyi 15 (1) Zakarpattia Uzhhorod
Ukraine Mykola Fedorko 15 (4) Podillya Khmelnytskyi
9 Ukraine Serhiy Chernoshvets 14 (4) Naftovyk Okhtyrka
Kyrgyzstan Oleksandr Agarin 14 (5) Dnipro / Krystal

References[edit]

  1. ^ Statistics (Russian)