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Soviet Top League 1938

Group A
Season 1938
Champions FC Spartak Moscow
Relegated 12 teams
Matches played 325
Goals scored 1175 (3.62 per match)
Top goalscorer (20) Makar Honcharenko (Dynamo K.)
Biggest home win Metallurg 8–1 Burevestnik (August 28)
Biggest away win Burevestnik 1–9 Dynamo L. (May 25)
Highest scoring Burevestnik 1–9 Dynamo L. (May 25)
1937
1939

The 1938 Soviet Top League combined all the Groups into one Super League.

The season started on May 10 with the game between FC Torpedo Moscow and FC Spartak Kharkiv in Moscow. The very last game was played on November 14 between FC Dynamo Rostov-na-Donu and FC Dynamo Odessa in Rostov-na-Donu. Each team played once with every other. The point system changed as well and stayed this way to the end of the competition in 1991: 2 for win, 1 for draw, and none for loss. This all-National championship was experimental and was disbanded next year. A half of the League was relegated at the end of the season.

Spartak beside becoming the champion in the League format managed to win the national cup competition, defeating a surprise team Elektrik from Leningrad, that last year was called Krasnaya Zarya.

Standings

No Club GP W D L GF-GA Pts Rpblc Notes
1 Spartak Moscow 25 18 3 4 74-19 39  Russian SFSR
2 CDKA Moscow 25 17 3 5 52-24 37  Russian SFSR
3 Metallurg Moscow 25 16 5 4 57-29 37  Russian SFSR
4 Dynamo Kiev 25 15 6 4 30-24 36  Ukrainian SSR
5 Dynamo Moscow 25 14 4 7 69-34 32  Russian SFSR
6 Dynamo Tbilisi 25 11 9 5 53-38 31  Georgian SSR
7 Dynamo Leningrad 25 12 6 7 52-32 30  Russian SFSR
8 Lokomotiv Moscow 25 12 6 7 44-37 30  Russian SFSR
9 Torpedo Moscow 25 9 11 5 51-38 29  Russian SFSR
10 Dynamo Odessa 25 9 11 5 39-35 29  Ukrainian SSR
11 Stakhanovets Stalino 25 11 7 7 55-50 29  Ukrainian SSR
12 Traktor Stalingrad 25 12 3 10 53-48 27  Russian SFSR
13 Elektrik Leningrad 25 8 8 9 42-44 24  Russian SFSR
14 Stalinets Leningrad1 25 7 10 8 38-57 24  Russian SFSR
15 Silmash Kharkiv 25 8 6 11 34-45 22  Ukrainian SSR Relegated
16 Stalinets Moscow 25 8 5 12 36-44 21  Russian SFSR Relegated
17 Lokomotyv Kiev 25 8 5 12 43-64 21  Ukrainian SSR Relegated
18 Dynamo Rostov-na-Donu 25 7 6 12 39-43 20  Russian SFSR Relegated
19 Temp Baku 25 6 8 11 33-40 20  Azerbaijan SSR Relegated
20 Spartak Leningrad 25 6 8 11 30-39 20  Russian SFSR Relegated
21 Spartak Kharkiv 25 5 7 13 43-63 17  Ukrainian SSR Relegated
22 Zenit Leningrad 25 7 3 15 35-57 17  Russian SFSR Relegated
23 Pishchevik Moscow 25 5 6 14 25-53 16  Russian SFSR Relegated
24 Lokomotiv Tbilisi 25 5 5 15 44-62 15  Georgian SSR Relegated
25 Krylia Sovetov Moscow 25 4 7 14 28-56 15  Russian SFSR Relegated
26 Burevestnik Moscow 25 4 4 17 28-87 12  Russian SFSR Relegated
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Top scorers

20 goals
  • Makar Goncharenko (Dynamo Kiev)
19 goals
18 goals
  • Sergei Kapelkin (Metallurg Moscow)
  • Aleksei Sokolov (Spartak Moscow)
15 goals
  • Pyotr Petrov (Torpedo Moscow)
  • Aleksandr Sinyakov (Torpedo Moscow)
14 goals
  • Arkadi Alov (Dynamo Leningrad)
  • Pyotr Layko (Dynamo Kiev)
  • Boris Paichadze (Dinamo Tbilisi)
  • Sergei Protsenko (Traktor Stalingrad)

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