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Ýokary Liga

Ýokary Liga
Country Turkmenistan
Confederation AFC
Founded 1992
Number of teams 10
Level on pyramid 1
Relegation to First League
Domestic cup(s) Turkmenistan Cup
Super Cup
International cup(s) AFC Cup
Current champions FC Altyn Asyr (1st title)
(2014)
Most championships Köpetdag Aşgabat (6 titles)
TV partners Sport (Turkmen TV channel)
2015 season

The Ýokary Liga is the top tier of Football Association of Turkmenistan, and was created in 1992.

The season runs between April and November.[1]

Contents

  • Turkmenistan League Clubs (2015) 1
  • Soviet time champions 2
  • Seasons summary 3
  • Performance by club 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Turkmenistan League Clubs (2015)

Club City 2014 season
FC Ahal Ahal Province 2nd
FC Altyn Asyr Ashgabat Champions
FC Aşgabat Ashgabat 7th
FC Balkan Balkanabat 6th
FC Daşoguz Daşoguz 9th
FC Energetik Türkmenbaşy Mary
FC Hazyna Ashgabat
HTTU Aşgabat Ashgabat 5th
Merw Mary Mary 4th
Şagadam Türkmenbaşy Türkmenbaşy 3rd

Soviet time champions

[2]

  • 1937-38 : Lokomotiw Aşgabat
  • 1938 : Dinamo Aşgabat
  • 1939-45 : no championship
  • 1946 : Dinamo Aşgabat
  • 1947 : Spartak Aşgabat
  • 1948 : Dinamo Aşgabat
  • 1949 : Lokomotiw Aşgabat
  • 1950 : Spartak Aşgabat
  • 1951 : DOSA Aşgabat
  • 1952 : DOSA Aşgabat
  • 1953 : Dinamo Aşgabat
  • 1954 : Combined team of Mary Oblast
  • 1955 : Combined team of Aşgabat
  • 1956 : Gyzyl Metallist Aşgabat
  • 1957 : Combined team of Aşgabat Oblast
  • 1958 : Combined team of Aşgabat
  • 1959 : Combined team of Nebitdag
  • 1960 : Combined team of Çärjew
  • 1961 : Energetik Nebitdag
  • 1962 : Energetik Nebitdag
  • 1963 : Gurluşykçy Mary
  • 1964 : Serhetçi Aşgabat
  • 1965 : Serhetçi Aşgabat
  • 1966 : Serhetçi Aşgabat
  • 1967 : Serhetçi Aşgabat
  • 1968 : Serhetçi Aşgabat
  • 1969 : Serhetçi Aşgabat
  • 1970 : Garagum Mary
  • 1971 : Maýak Çärjew
  • 1972 : Energogurluşykçy Mary
  • 1973 : Sementçi Büzmeýin
  • 1974 : Awtomobilist Aşgabat
  • 1975 : Nebitçi Krasnowodsk
  • 1976 : Energetik Mary
  • 1977 : Şatlyk Mary
  • 1978 : Nebitçi Krasnowodsk
  • 1979 : Nebitçi Krasnowodsk
  • 1980 : Nebitçi Krasnowodsk
  • 1981 : Gurluşykçy Nebitdag
  • 1982 : Lokomotiw Aşgabat
  • 1983 : Obahojalyktehnika Çärjew
  • 1984 : Nebitçi Krasnowodsk
  • 1985 : Lokomotiw Aşgabat
  • 1986 : Nebitçi Krasnowodsk
  • 1987 : SKIF Aşgabat
  • 1988 : Ahal Aşgabat Raýon
  • 1989 : Medik Nebitdag
  • 1990 : Awtomobilist Aşgabat
  • 1991 : Sel'khoztekhnika Aşgabat

Seasons summary

[2]
Season Champions Runners-up Third Place Top scorer (Team) - Goals
1992 Köpetdag Aşgabat FC Balkan Ahal Akdaşaýak Sergei Kazankow (TSHT Aşgabat) - 41
1993 Köpetdag Aşgabat FC Balkan Büzmeýin Berdimyrat Nurmyradow (Köpetdag Aşgabat) - 25
1994 Köpetdag Aşgabat Nisa Aşgabat Merw Mary Berdimyrat Nurmyradow (Köpetdag Aşgabat) - 13
1995 Köpetdag Aşgabat Nisa Aşgabat FC Balkan Rejepmyrat Agabaýew (Nisa Aşgabat) - 41
1996 Nisa Aşgabat Köpetdag Aşgabat Ekskawatorçy Çärjew Rejepmyrat Agabaýew (Nisa Aşgabat) - 28
1997-98 Köpetdag Aşgabat Nisa Aşgabat Dagdan Aşgabat Rejepmyrat Agabaýew (Nisa Aşgabat) - 17
1998-99 Nisa Aşgabat Köpetdag Aşgabat Dagdan Aşgabat Rejepmyrat Agabaýew (Nisa Aşgabat) - 16
Şarafutdin Jumanyýazow (Turan Daşoguz) - 16
Didargylyç Urazow (Nisa Aşgabat) - 16
2000 Köpetdag Aşgabat FC Balkan Nisa Aşgabat Amandurdy Annadurdyýew (Köpetdag Aşgabat) - 13
2001 Nisa Aşgabat Köpetdag Aşgabat FC Balkan Didargylyç Urazow (Nisa Aşgabat) - 32
2002 Şagadam Türkmenbaşy Nisa Aşgabat Garagum Türkmenabat Rustam Sadykow (Şagadam Türkmenbaşy) - 20
2003 Nisa Aşgabat FC Balkan Şagadam Türkmenbaşy Daýançgylyç Urazow (Nisa Aşgabat) - 21
2004 FC Balkan Nisa Aşgabat Merw Mary Berdi Şamyradow (HTTU Aşgabat) - 19
2005 HTTU Aşgabat Gazçy Gazojak FC Balkan Berdi Şamyradow (HTTU Aşgabat) - 30
2006 HTTU Aşgabat FC Balkan FC Aşgabat Hamza Allamow (Turan Daşoguz) - 22
2007 FC Aşgabat HTTU Aşgabat FC Balkan Berdi Şamyradow (HTTU Aşgabat) - 16
2008 FC Aşgabat HTTU Aşgabat FC Balkan Mämmedaly Garadanow (HTTU Aşgabat) - 12
Berdi Şamyradow (HTTU Aşgabat) - 12
2009 HTTU Aşgabat FC Balkan Merw Mary Berdi Şamyradow (HTTU Aşgabat) - 18
2010 FC Balkan FC Altyn Asyr FC Lebap Berdi Şamyradow (HTTU Aşgabat) - 11
2011 FC Balkan HTTU Aşgabat FC Aşgabat Mämmedaly Garadanow (HTTU Aşgabat) - 24
2012 FC Balkan FC Merw HTTU Aşgabat Aleksandr Boliyan (Şagadam Türkmenbaşy) - 23
2013 HTTU Aşgabat FC Balkan FC Altyn Asyr Mämmedaly Garadanow (FC Balkan) - 26
2014 FC Altyn Asyr FC Ahal Şagadam Türkmenbaşy Mämmedaly Garadanow (Şagadam Türkmenbaşy - 28)

Performance by club

Team Champions Runners-up Third Place
Köpetdag Aşgabat 6 (1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997–98, 2000) 3 (1996, 1998–99, 2001) -
FC Balkan 4 (2004, 2010, 2011, 2012) 7 (1992, 1993, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2009, 2013) 5 (1995, 2001, 2005, 2007, 2008)
Nisa Aşgabat 4 (1996, 1998–99, 2001, 2003) 5 (1994, 1995, 1997–98, 2002, 2004) 1 (2000)
HTTU Aşgabat 4 (2005, 2006, 2009, 2013) 3 (2007, 2008, 2011) 1 (2012)
FC Aşgabat 2 (2007, 2008) - 2 (2006, 2011)
FC Altyn Asyr 1 (2014) 1 (2010) 1 (2013)
Şagadam Türkmenbaşy 1 (2002) - 2 (2003, 2014)
FC Merw - 1 (2012) 3 (1994, 2004, 2009)
Ahal Akdaşaýak - 1 (2014) 1 (1992)
Gazçy Gazojak - 1 (2005) -
Dagdan Aşgabat - - 2 (1997–98, 1998–99)
FC Lebap - - 1 (2010)
Garagum Türkmenabat - - 1 (2002)
Ekskawatorçy Çärjew - - 1 (1996)
Büzmeýin - - 1 (1993)

References

  1. ^ Mike Dryomin (16 December 2010). "Türkmenistan 1. Toparlar (Ýokary Liga)". Turkmenistan 2010. RSSSF. Retrieved 25 November 2011. 
  2. ^ a b "Turkmenistan - List of Champions". RSSSF. Retrieved 20 August 2011. 

External links

  • Current Yokary Liga table and results at Soccerway
  • Yokary Liga at fifa.com


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