Kyrgyzstan League

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Kyrgyzstan League
Country Kyrgyzstan
Confederation AFC
Founded 1992; 24 years ago (1992)
Number of teams 7
Level on pyramid 1
Relegation to 2nd Division
Domestic cup(s) Kyrgyzstan Cup
Kyrgyzstan Super Cup
International cup(s) AFC Cup
Current champions Alay
(2016)
Most championships Dordoi Bishkek (9)
Website flk.kg
2016 Kyrgyzstan League

Top League is the top division of the Football Federation of Kyrgyz Republic. It was created in 1992 after the Break-up of the Soviet Union. The league is composed of eight teams. The most successful team is Dordoi Bishkek who have won the league nine times.

The winner of the league earns a spot in the AFC Cup preliminary qualifying round, Asia's second highest club continental competition. At the end of the season the worst ranked team is relegated to the Kyrgyzstan League Second Level.

Top League Clubs (2016)[edit]

Previous winners[edit]

Soviet-era champions[edit]

Champions were:[1]

Since independence[edit]

Champions since the country's independence were:[1][2][3]

Year Champion Runner-up Top goalscorer Player of the Year
1992 Alga Bishkek (1) SKA Dostuk Sokuluk Kyrgyzstan Igor SergeyevSKA Dostuk Sokuluk (26)
1993 Alga-RIIF Bishkek (2) Spartak Tokmak Kyrgyzstan Davron BabayevDynamo Alay Osh (38)
1994 Kant-Oil Kant (1) Semetey Kyzyl-Kiya Kyrgyzstan Aleksandr MerzlikinKant-Oil Kant (25)
1995 Kant-Oil Kant (2) Alga Bishkek Kyrgyzstan Aleksandr MerzlikinKant-Oil Kant (27)
1996 Metallurg Kadamjay (1) AiK Bishkek Kyrgyzstan Aleksandr MerzlikinAiK Bishkek (17)
1997 Dinamo Bishkek (1) Alga-PVO Bishkek Kyrgyzstan Farkhat KhaitbayevKVT Dinamo Kara-Balta (17)
1998 CAG-Dinamo-MVD Bishkek (2) SKA-PVO Bishkek Kyrgyzstan Sergey GaizitdinovSemetei Kyzyl-Kiya (23)
1999 CAG-Dinamo Bishkek (3) SKA-PVO Bishkek Kyrgyzstan Ismail MalikovZhashtyk Ak Altyn Kara-Suu (16)
2000 SKA-PVO Bishkek (3) Dinamo Bishkek Kyrgyzstan Valeriy BerezovskiySKA-PVO Bishkek (32)
2001 SKA-PVO Bishkek (4) Zhashtyk Ak Altyn Kara-Suu Kyrgyzstan Nurlan RajabaliyevZhashtyk-Ak-Altyn Kara-Suu (28)
2002 SKA-PVO Bishkek (5) Zhashtyk Ak Altyn Kara-Suu Kyrgyzstan Yevgeny BoldyginZhashtyk Ak Altyn Kara-Suu (19)
2003 Zhashtyk Ak Altyn Kara-Suu (1) SKA-PVO Bishkek Kyrgyzstan Roman KornilovSKA-PVO Bishkek (39)
2004 Dordoi-Dynamo Naryn (1) SKA-Shoro Bishkek Kyrgyzstan Zamirbek JumagulovDordoi-Dynamo Naryn (28)
2005 Dordoi-Dynamo Naryn (2) SKA-Shoro Bishkek Kyrgyzstan Yevgeny BoldyginZhashtyk Ak Altyn Kara-Suu (23)
2006 Dordoi-Dynamo Naryn (3) Abdysh-Ata Kant Kyrgyzstan Vyacheslav PryanishnikovAbdish-Ata Kant (24)
2007 Dordoi-Dynamo Naryn (4) Abdysh-Ata Kant Kyrgyzstan Almazbek MirzalievAbdish-Ata Kant (21)
2008 Dordoi-Dynamo Naryn (5) Abdysh-Ata Kant Kyrgyzstan Khurshit LutfullayevAbdysh-Ata Kant
Ghana David TettehDordoi-Dynamo Naryn (13)
2009 Dordoi-Dynamo Naryn (6) Abdysh-Ata Kant Russia Maxim KretovDordoi-Dynamo Naryn (21) Ghana Daniel TagoeDordoi-Dynamo Naryn
2010 FC Neftchi Kochkor-Ata (1) Dordoi Bishkek Kyrgyzstan Talaybek DjumatayevFC Neftchi Kochkor-Ata (15) Kyrgyzstan Azamat Baimatov – Dordoi Bishkek
2011 Dordoi Bishkek (7) FC Neftchi Kochkor-Ata Kyrgyzstan Vladimir VerevkinAlga Bishkek (12)
2012 Dordoi Bishkek (8) Alga Bishkek Kyrgyzstan Kayumzhan SharipovDordoi Bishkek (17)
2013 Alay (1) Dordoi Bishkek Kyrgyzstan Almazbek Mirzaliev (20)
2014 Dordoi Bishkek (9) Abdysh-Ata Kant Pakistan Kaleemullah Khan (18) Pakistan Kaleemullah KhanDordoi Bishkek[4]
2015 Alay (2) Dordoi Bishkek Guinea Alia Silla (17)
2016 Alay (3) Dordoi Bishkek

References and notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Kyrgyzstan – List of Champions". RSSSF. Retrieved 20 August 2011. 
  2. ^ "Champions Kyrgyzstan" (in Russian). ffkr.kg. 2008. Archived from the original on February 16, 2011. Retrieved 20 August 2011. 
  3. ^ "Лучшие бомбардиры Чемпионатов Кыргызстана". http://www.flk.kg/ (in Russian). flk.kg. Retrieved 25 November 2015.  External link in |website= (help)
  4. ^ kalimulla-luchshij-igrok-topligi-po-versii-flk (in Russian). FC Dordoi Bishkek. 21 November 2014. Retrieved 21 November 2014. 

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