1995–96 Ukrainian Second League

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Ukrainian Second League
Season 1995–96
Champions (A) - CSKA Kyiv
(B) - Metalurh Mariupol
Promoted CSKA Kyiv, Metalurh Mariupol, Metalurh Donetsk
Relegated 11 teams (9 withdrew)
Top goalscorer 18 - A.Heto (Avanhard Zh.)
15 - Yuriy Hetman (Metalurh M.), A.Kryvoruchko (Oskil)
Biggest home win Khutrovyk - Dynamo 8:0
Biggest away win Prometei - Chaika 0:11
Highest scoring Prometei - Chaika 0:11
1994-95 (Second League)
1994-95 (Third League)

The 1995–96 Ukrainian Second League is the fifth season of 3rd level professional football in Ukraine. The league was reorganized and, since being split three seasons ago, merged with the lower league tier known as Ukrainian Third League. Most teams of the lower league were promoted, while the Second League was divided into two groups based geographical location of clubs.

Group A[edit]

Location map[edit]

Final standings[edit]

P
Team
G
W
D
L
Dif
Pts
Misc
1 CSKA Kyiv 40 27 8 5 61-27 89 Sub on.svg Persha Liha
2 Krystal Kherson 40 24 7 9 75-29 79
3 Khutrovyk Tysmenytsia 40 24 3 13 66-33 75
4 Obolon Kyiv 40 22 9 9 60-35 75 (+)
5 Kalush 40 22 8 10 64-31 74 (+)
6 Nyva-Cosmos Myronivka 40 21 10 9 59-36 73
7 Desna Chernihiv 40 21 9 10 55-30 72
8 Haray Zhovkva 40 20 7 13 49-35 67 (+)
9 Systema-Boreks Borodianka 40 17 12 11 34-31 63
10 Hazovyk Komarno 40 18 8 14 47-38 62
11 Avanhard Zhydachiv 40 18 8 14 44-44 62
12 Karpaty Mukacheve 40 17 8 15 39-35 59 (-)
13 Keramik Baranivka 40 18 5 17 38-41 59
14 Halychyna Drohobych 40 16 8 16 39-40 56
15 Skhid Slavutych 40 14 10 16 43-51 52
16 Olimpiya Yuzhnoukrainsk 40 12 7 21 34-67 43 (+) - replaced FC Artania Ochakiv
17 Ros Bila Tserkva 40 10 9 21 28-61 39
18 Ahrotekhservis Sumy 40 8 6 26 25-77 30 (-) - Sub off.svg
19 Skify Lviv 40 6 5 29 20-28 23 Sub off.svg
20 Dynamo-Flesh Odessa 40 3 6 31 12-85 15 (+) - Sub off.svg
21 Kakhovka 40 3 3 34 11-49 12 Sub off.svg
22 Temp-Advis-2 Shepetivka 7 0 0 7 2-15 0 Sub off.svg

Note:
The Sumy team became the second post Soviet team that lost its non-amateur status.

Withdrawn teams

FC Temp-Advis-2 Shepetivka stopped its participation after the 7th round (results were scrached).
SC Skify Lviv and FC Kakhovka quit the League after the first half.

Name changes

VodnykKrystal, NyvaNyva-Kosmos, KhimikKalush, Transimpeks-RosRos.

Top goalscorers[edit]

Scorer Goals (Pen.) Team
1 Andriy Heto 18 Avanhard Zhydachiv
2 Vasyl Fedoriv 16 Kalush
Andriy Pshenychnykov 16 Krystal Kherson
4 Petro Pylypeiko 15 Desna Chernihiv
5 Oleh Bychenko 12 (2) Obolon Kyiv
Anatoliy Lukashenko 12 (3) Keramik Baranivka
7 Orest Atamchuk 11 Khutrovyk Tysmenytsia
Oleksandr Ihnatiev 11 Nyva Myronivka
Volodymyr Kryzhanivsky 11 Kalush
Oleksandr Malchenko 11 (3) Krystal Kherson

Group B[edit]

Location map[edit]

Final standings[edit]

P
Team
G
W
D
L
Dif
Pts
Misc
1 Metalurh Mariupol 38 30 4 4 70-24 94 Sub on.svg Persha Liha
2 Metalurh Donetsk 38 24 7 7 53-27 79 Sub on.svg Persha Liha
3 Metalurh Novomoskovsk 38 23 6 9 53-33 75
4 Oskil Kupyansk 38 21 7 10 45-28 70
5 Avanhard-Industria Rovenky 38 19 11 8 45-36 68
6 Tytan Armyansk 38 19 10 9 59-38 67
7 Shakhtar Stakhanov 38 19 9 10 41-33 66
8 Viktor Zaporizhia 38 19 5 14 54-34 62
9 Shakhtar-2 Donetsk 38 18 7 13 44-32 61
10 Dynamo Saky 38 17 8 13 42-36 59
11 Druzhba Berdiansk 38 17 8 13 41-38 59
12 Chaika Sevastopol 38 17 7 14 55-39 58
13 Torpedo Melitopol 38 12 14 12 44-35 50
14 Portovyk Illichivsk 38 14 5 19 30-56 47 (+)
15 Dnistrovets B.-Dnistrovskyi 38 13 7 18 25-54 46 withdrew
16 Hirnyk Komsomolsk 38 10 8 20 33-71 38 (+)
17 Sportinvest Kryvyi Rih 38 6 2 30 20-33 20 moved to Bershad
18 Shakhtar Sverdlovsk 38 5 4 29 24-37 19 (+) - Sub off.svg
19 Dynamo Slovyansk 38 1 8 29 13-36 11 (+) - Sub off.svg
20 Prometey Dniprodzerzhynsk 38 1 1 36 10-81 4 (+) - Sub off.svg
21 Kosmos Pavlohrad 11 0 6 5 10-20 6 Sub off.svg

Note:
Vahonobudivnyk Kremenchuk and Okean Kerch withdrew before start of the season.
Kosmos Pavlohrad quit competition after the 11th round. All its results were annulled.
After the winter break three other teams stopped their participation: Prometey Dniprodzerzhynsk, Dynamo Slovyansk, Sportinvest Kryvyi Rih.
Shakhtar Sverdlovsk withdrew after the 25th round.
Metalurh Mariupol was called Azovets in the first half of the competition.
Metalurh Donetsk was Shakhtar and was from Shakhtarsk.

Top goalscorers[edit]

Scorer Goals (Pen.) Team
1 Yuriy Hetman 15 Metalurh Mariupol
Oleksandr Kryvoruchko 15 Oskil Kupyansk
3 Vasyl Herasymchuk 14 (5) Chaika Sevastopol
Kostiantyn Pinchuk 14 (6) Metalurh Mariupol
5 Vadym Vasiliev 13 Metalurh Donetsk
6 Yuriy Len 12 (9) Avanhard Rovenky
7 Vyacheslav Polulyakh 11 (2) Torpedo Melitopol
Ihor Shylo 11 (4) Avanhard Rovenky
Viktor Buchkovsky 11 (5) Dynamo Saky
10 Andriy Nykyforov 10 (3) Tytan Armyansk

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