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1940 Soviet Top League

Following are the results of the 1940 Soviet Top League football championship.

The Soviet Top League, known after 1970 as the Supreme League (Russian: Высшая лига[1]) served as the top division of Soviet Union football from 1936 until 1991.

Standings

No Club GP W D L GF-GA Pts Rpblc Notes
1 Dynamo Moscow 24 16 4 4 74-30 36  Russian SFSR
2 Dynamo Tbilisi 24 15 4 5 56-30 34  Georgian SSR
3 Spartak Moscow 24 13 5 6 54-35 31  Russian SFSR
4 CDKA Moscow 24 10 9 5 46-35 29  Russian SFSR
5 Dynamo Leningrad 24 11 5 8 47-44 27  Russian SFSR
6 Lokomotiv Moscow 24 10 5 9 36-52 25  Russian SFSR
7 Traktor Stalingrad 24 8 7 9 38-37 23  Russian SFSR
8 Dynamo Kiev 24 6 9 9 32-49 21  Ukrainian SSR
9 Krylia Sovetov Moscow 24 6 7 11 26-34 19  Russian SFSR
10 Zenit Leningrad 24 6 6 12 37-42 18  Russian SFSR
11 Torpedo Moscow 24 6 6 12 36-50 18  Russian SFSR
12 Stakhanovets Stalino 24 6 4 14 32-43 16  Ukrainian SSR
13 Metallurg Moscow 24 5 5 14 37-70 15  Russian SFSR
14 Lokomotiv Tbilisi 0 0 0 0 0-0 0  Georgian SSR

Top scorers

21 goals
15 goals
  • Nikolay Dementyev (Dynamo Moscow)
14 goals
13 goals
  • Gayoz Dzhedzhelava (Dinamo Tbilisi)
  • Pavel Kornilov (Spartak Moscow)
  • Viktor Semyonov (Spartak Moscow)
  • Mikhail Semichastny (Dynamo Moscow)
12 goals
11 goals
  • Viktor Berezhnoy (Dinamo Tbilisi)

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