Russian Futsal Super League

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Russian Futsal Super League
Country Russia
Confederation UEFA
Founded 1991
Number of teams 14
Level on pyramid 1
Domestic cup(s) Russian Futsal Cup
International cup(s) UEFA Futsal Cup
Current champions MFK Dinamo Moskva
Most championships Dina Moskva (9)
Current Season at

Russian futsal Superleague (Russian Чемпионат России по мини-футболу (Суперлига)) is the premier professional futsal league in Russia. It was founded in 1991. The Super League, which is played under UEFA rules, currently consists of 14 teams, including teams like Dina Moskva, 3-times European club championship an Intercontinental Cup winner, Dinamo Moskva, UEFA Futsal Cup 2006–07 winner and Viz-Sinara Ekaterinburg, UEFA Futsal Cup 2007–08 winner.[1]

Season Champions 2nd place 3rd place
1991 KSM-24 (Moscow) Metallurg (Aldan) Agros-Intex (Chişinău)
1992 Dina (Moscow) Spartak (Moscow) Stroitel (Verh-Neyvinsk)
1992-93 Dina (Moscow) Dina-MAB (Moscow) Fenix (Chelyabinsk)
1993-94 Dina (Moscow) Fenix (Chelyabinsk) KSM-24 (Moscow)
1994-95 Dina (Moscow) Minkas (Moscow) VIZ (Yekaterinburg)
1995-96 Dina (Moscow) KSM-24 (Moscow) TTG (Yugorsk)
1996-97 Dina (Moscow) GKI-Gazprom (Moscow) TTG-Java (Yugorsk)
1997-98 Dina (Moscow) VIZ-Sinara (Yekaterinburg) GKI-Gazprom (Moscow)
1998-99 Dina (Moscow) VIZ-Sinara (Yekaterinburg) Minkas (Moscow)
1999-00 Dina (Moscow) Spartak (Moscow) GKI-Gazprom (Moscow)
2000-01 Spartak (Moscow) Norilsky Nikel (Norilsk) TTG-Java-Java (Yugorsk)
2001-02 Norilsky Nikel (Norilsk) GKI-Gazprom (Moscow) Spartak (Moscow)
2002-03 Dinamo (Moscow) Norilsky Nikel (Norilsk) VIZ-Sinara (Yekaterinburg)
2003-04 Dinamo (Moscow) Dina (Moscow) VIZ-Sinara (Yekaterinburg)
2004-05 Dinamo (Moscow) Spartak-Shchyolkovo (Moscow Oblast) VIZ-Sinara (Yekaterinburg)
2005-06 Dinamo (Moscow) VIZ-Sinara (Yekaterinburg) Spartak-Shchyolkovo (Moscow Oblast)
2006-07 Dinamo (Moscow) VIZ-Sinara (Yekaterinburg) TTG-Java (Yugorsk)
2007-08 Dinamo-Yamal (Moscow) TTG-Java (Yugorsk) VIZ-Sinara (Yekaterinburg)
2008-09 VIZ-Sinara (Yekaterinburg) Dinamo-Yamal (Moscow) TTG-Yugra (Yugorsk)
2009-10 VIZ-Sinara (Yekaterinburg) Tyumen (Tyumen) Dinamo-Yamal (Moscow)
2010-11 MFK Dinamo Moskva VIZ-Sinara (Yekaterinburg) Sibiryak (Novosibirsk)
2011-12 MFK Dinamo Moskva Sibiryak (Novosibirsk) Gazprom-Ugra (Yugorsk)
2012-13 MFK Dinamo Moskva Gazprom-Ugra (Yugorsk) MFK Tyumen
2013-14 Dina (Moscow) Gazprom-Ugra (Yugorsk) Sibiryak (Novosibirsk)
2014-15 Gazprom-Ugra (Yugorsk) Dinamo Moscow Sibiryak (Novosibirsk)

Teams 2012-2013[edit]


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