Moldovan "A" Division

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Moldovan "A" Division
Founded1992
CountryMoldova
ConfederationUEFA
Number of teams15
Level on pyramid2
Promotion toMoldovan National Division
Relegation toMoldovan "B" Division
Domestic cup(s)Moldovan Cup
Current championsVictoria Bardar (1 title)
Most championshipsSheriff-2 Tiraspol (6 title's)
WebsiteFMF Divizia A
2019 Moldovan "A" Division

The Moldovan "A" Division (Romanian: Divizia "A") is the second-level division of Moldovan Football. There are 16 teams in the competition.

2018 Clubs[edit]

Location of teams in 2018 Divizia A
Club Location
Cahul-2005 Cahul
Codru Lozova
Florești Florești
Grănicerul Glodeni
Iskra Rîbnița
Real Succes Chișinău
Saxan Ceadîr-Lunga
Sîngerei Sîngerei
Sireți Sireți
Sparta Chișinău
Ungheni Ungheni
Victoria Bardar

Champions[edit]

Season Champions League Leading Goalscorers
1992 Nistru Otaci N/A
1992–93 Vilia Briceni
1993–94 MHM 93 Chişinău
1994–95 Constructorul Chişinău
1995–96 Locomotiva Basarabească
1996–97 Moldova Gaz Chişinău
1997–98 Sheriff Tiraspol
1998–99 FC Zimbru-2 Chişinău
1999–00 FC Sheriff-2 Tiraspol
2000–01 Sheriff-2 Tiraspol
2001–02 Dacia Chişinău
2002–03 Tiligul Tiraspol
2003–04 Steaua Chişinău
2004–05 Dinamo Bender
2005–06 FC Zimbru-2 Chişinău
2006–07 FC Zimbru-2 Chişinău
2007–08 Sheriff-2 Tiraspol
2008–09 FC Viitorul Orhei
2009–10 FC Costuleni
2010–11 Locomotiv Bălţi
2011–12 Sheriff-2 Tiraspol
2012–13 Veris Drăgănești Moldova Viorel Frunză (Veris Drăgănești) (30)
2013–14 Saxan Ceadîr-Lunga Moldova Alexandru Răilean (Sfîntul Gheorghe Suruceni) (20)
2014–15 Sheriff-2 Tiraspol Moldova Vladimir Ambros (CS Petrocub) (25)
2015–16 Spicul Chișcăreni Moldova Ghenadie Orbu (Codru Lozova) (22)
2016–17 Sheriff-2 Tiraspol Moldova Artiom Zabun (Victoria Bardar) (21)
2017 Victoria Bardar Moldova Ghenadie Orbu (Victoria Bardar) (19)
2018 Codru Lozova Moldova Ghenadie Orbu (Victoria Bardar) (21)

Performance by club[edit]

Club Winners Winning Years
Sheriff-2 Tiraspol 6 2000, 2001, 2008, 2012, 2015, 2017
FC Zimbru-2 Chişinău 3 1999, 2006, 2007
Nistru Otaci 1 1992
Vilia Briceni 1 1993
MHM 93 Chişinău 1 1994
Constructorul Chişinău 1 1995
Locomotiva Basarabească 1 1996
Moldova Gaz Chişinău 1 1997
FC Sheriff Tiraspol 1 1998
FC Dacia Chișinău 1 2002
CS Tiligul-Tiras Tiraspol 1 2003
Steaua Chişinău 1 2004
Dinamo Bender 1 2005
Viitorul Orhei 1 2009
FC Costuleni 1 2010
Locomotiv Bălţi 1 2011
Veris Drăgănești 1 2013
Saxan Ceadîr-Lunga 1 2014
Spicul Chișcăreni 1 2016
Victoria Bardar 1 2017
Codru Lozova 1 2018

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