Vysshaya Liga (Belarus)

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Vysshaya Liga
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2017–18 Vysshaya Liga season
Sport Ice hockey
Founded 2002
Founder Belarus Ice Hockey Federation
Inaugural season 2002–03
CEO Eugene Vorsin
No. of teams 14
Country  Belarus (12 teams)
 Lithuania (1 team)
 Armenia (1 team)
Most recent
champion(s)
Yunost Minsk II
Most titles Yunost Minsk II (6)
Related
competitions
Belarusian Extraleague
Official website hockey.by

The Vysshaya Liga (Belarusian: Вышэйшая ліга; Russian: Высшая лига; Higher League) is the second level ice hockey league in Belarus. It primarily serves as a development league for the Belarusian Extraleague, with most of its clubs serving as affiliates for the higher league.

2017–18 teams[edit]

Champions[edit]

Season Champion Runner-up 3rd place
2002–2003 HK Gomel II HK Keramin Minsk II HK Neman Grodno II
2003–2004 HK Gomel II HK Neman Grodno II Khimvolokno Mogilev II
2004–2005 Khimvolokno Mogilev II HK Neman Grodno II HK Gomel II
2005–2006 HK Gomel II Yunost Minsk II HC Dinamo Minsk II
2006–2007 HK Gomel II HC Dinamo Minsk II Yunost Minsk II
2007–2008 Yunost Minsk II HK Gomel II HK Keramin Minsk II
2008–2009 HK Keramin Minsk II HK Neman Grodno II Yunost Minsk II
2009–2010 Yunost Minsk II HK Gomel II HK Neman Grodno II
2010–2011 Dinamo-Shinnik Bobruisk Yunost Minsk II Metallurg Zhlobin II
2011–2012 Yunost Minsk II HK Mogilev II HK Gomel II
2012–2013 Metallurg Zhlobin II Shakhtar Soligorsk II HK Mogilev II
2013–2014 Yunost Minsk II HK Gomel II HK Mogilev II
2014–2015 Yunost–MHL Minsk Metallurg Zhlobin II HK Neman Grodno II
2015–2016 Shakhtar Soligorsk II Dinamo-Raubichi Minsk HK Gomel II
2016–2017 Yunost Minsk II Shakhtar Soligorsk II HK Gomel II

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