Team Maps

Russian Premier League and Cup winners (includes USSR)

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Hovering the mouse over the League winner will show the top four for that year.
Hovering the mouse over the Russian Cup winner reveals the opponent and score for the final.
Click for an interactive Russian Premier League map with league and cup history.

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League & Cup pre USSR

There were various Russian leagues played prior to the USSR Championship system in 1936. Briefly they were the City Select between 1912-1913, a Petrograd League from 1901-1923 and a Moskva League between 1910-1920.

There were also various Russian cup competitions played prior to the Soviet Cup in 1936. They were the Petrograd Cup from 1908-1920 and the Moskva Cup between 1917-1920.

I haven't included them here due to them being mostly city teams, as opposed to established teams with a current history. Follow the links through to the RSSSF Archive if you want more detail.

Notes

  •  1: The first USSR Championship in 1936 was played as two leagues. One in the spring won by Dynamo Moscow and another in the autumn won by Spartak Moscow.
  •  2: CSKA Moscow were known as CDKA Moscow from 1928-1950 and CDSA Moscow from 1951-1956.
  •  3: Dynamo Kyiv, Shakhtyor Donetsk (previously Shakhtyor Stalino), Karpaty Lviv, Zarya Voroshilovgrad (Zarya Luhansk), Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk and FC Metalist Kharkiv are teams from the Ukraine (marked in green text).
  •  4: Dynamo Tbilisi are a team from Georgia (marked in green text).
  •  5: Ararat Yerevan are a team from Armenia (marked in green text).
  •  6: The USSR Championship in 1976 was again played as spring & autumn leagues. The spring league was won by Dynamo Moscow and the autumn league by Torpedo Moscow.
  •  7: Dynamo Minsk are a team from Belarus (marked in green text).
  •  8: The Russian league decided to adopt the autumn to spring season, in line with the majority of UEFA leagues. This meant the season started as usual in 2010, but was played over 18 months ending in spring 2012. Consequently there was no winner in 2011.

Research

I've cross referenced as much as possible and added links to the new club website where possible. Many thanks goes to the RSSSF Archive, which was an invaluable source of information whenever an insolvable fact was needed. If you need to find a football answer, it will be on there somewhere.