Ukraine - List of Champions


Before 1920, one championship was organised in 1914, while various cities organised local championships, such as Kyiv, Kharkiv and Odesa; in addition a tournament in the Donbass area was organised before World War I.

As Ukrainian Socialist Soviet Republic

1921-1935 (cup tournament for city selections)
1921     Kharkiv
1922     Kharkiv
1923     Kharkiv
1924     Kharkiv
1925-26   not played
1927     Kharkiv
1928     Kharkiv
1929-30   not played 
1931     Kyiv
1932     Kharkiv
1933      not played
1934     Kharkiv
1935     Dnipropetrovs'k
1936 (cup tournament for clubs)
1936     Dynamo (Kyiv)

1936-1991 (regional league)
NB: championship decided as one of the regional feeder leagues of
    the USSR league structure (usually at the 3rd, occasionally at
    the 2nd level), so the strongest teams (Dynamo Kyiv first and 
    foremost) did not take part.

1936    Zavod im. Ordzhonikidze (Kramators'k)
1937    Spartak (Dnipropetrovs'k)
1938    Dzerzhynec (Voroshylovgrad)
1939    Lokomotyv (Zaporizhzhya)
1940    Lokomotyv (Zaporizhzhya)
1941-45   not played
1946    Spartak (Uzhgorod)
1947    Bil'shovyk (Mukacheve)
1948    Torpedo (Odesa)
1949    Pishevik (Odesa)
1950    Spartak (Uzhgorod)
1951    Budinok ofitseriv (Kyiv)
1952    Metalurg (Zaporizhzhya)
1953    Spartak (Uzhgorod)
1954    Mashinobudivnik (Kyiv)
1955    Spartak (Stanislav)
1956    Shakhtar (Stakhanov)
1957    SKVO (Odesa)
1958    Arsenal (Kyiv)
1959    Avangard (Zhovti Vody)
1960    Metalurg (Zaporizhzhya)
1961    Chornomorets (Odesa)
1962    Trudovi Rezervy (Voroshylovgrad)
1963    SKA (Odesa)
1964    Lokomotyv (Vinnytsa)
1965    SKA (L'viv)
1966    Avangard (Zhovti Vody)
1967    Avtomobilist (Zhytomyr)
1968    Avangard (Ternopil)
1969    Spartak (Ivano-Frankivs'k)
1970    Metalurg (Zaporizhzhya)
1971    Krivbas (Kryvyi Rih)   
1972    Spartak (Ivano-Frankivs'k)
1973    Tavria (Simferopil)
1974    Sudostroitel (Nikolaev)   
1975    Krivbas (Kryvyi Rih)   
1976    Krivbas (Kryvyi Rih)   
1977    SKA (Odesa)
1978    Metalist (Kharkiv)
1979    Kolos (Nikopil)
1980    SKA (Kyiv)
1981    Krivbas (Kryvyi Rih)
1982    Bukovyna (Chernivtsi) 
1983    SKA (Kyiv)
1984    Nyva (Vinnytsa)
1985    Tavrya (Simferopil)
1986    Zarya (Voroshylovgrad)
1987    Tavrya (Simferopil)
1988    Bukovyna (Chernivtsi) 
1989    Volyn (Lutsk)                                    [*1]
1990    Bukovyna (Chernivtsi) and Torpedo (Zaporizhzhya) [*2]
1991    Karpaty (L'viv) and Neftyanik (Akhtirka)         [*2]

[*1] Karpaty (L'viv) and Desna (Cernihiv) played in a different zone
[*2] Ukraine was split in two different zones


As independent state

1992    Tavriya Simferopil'
1992/93 Dynamo Kyiv
1993/94 Dynamo Kyiv
1994/95 Dynamo Kyiv
1995/96 Dynamo Kyiv
1996/97 Dynamo Kyiv
1997/98 Dynamo Kyiv
1998/99 Dynamo Kyiv
1999/00 Dynamo Kyiv
2000/01 Dynamo Kyiv 
2001/02 Shakhtar Donets'k           
2002/03 Dynamo Kyiv 
2003/04 Dynamo Kyiv 
2004/05 Shakhtar Donets'k     
2005/06 Shakhtar Donets'k           
2006/07 Dynamo Kyiv 
2007/08 Shakhtar Donets'k          
2008/09 Dynamo Kyiv 
2009/10 Shakhtar Donets'k          
2010/11 Shakhtar Donets'k          
2011/12 Shakhtar Donets'k          
2012/13 Shakhtar Donets'k     
2013/14

Number of Wins
 
13 Dynamo Kyiv

 8 Shakhtar Donets'k           

 1 Tavriya Simferopil'


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Source for time before independence: [iff], Ukrainian Football Chronicle

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Last updated: 11 Jul 2013

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