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1992 in Russian football

1992 was the first season Russia held its own national football competition since the breakup of the Soviet Union.

Club competitions

The teams participating came mostly from the Soviet Union leagues. New Top League had 20 teams, second-level First League had 3 zones and 52 teams in total and third-level Second League had 6 zones with 115 teams. FC Spartak Moscow won the championship.

For more details, see:

Cup competitions

The last, 1991/92 edition of the Soviet Cup was won by FC Spartak Moscow who beat PFC CSKA Moscow in the final game 2–0 on 10 May 1992. Ukrainian teams who were scheduled to play in the quarterfinals, FC Dynamo Kyiv, FC Metalist Kharkiv and FC Chornomorets Odesa all withdrew, giving Spartak, CSKA and FC Pamir Dushanbe spots in the semifinals.

The early stages of the 1992–93 Russian Cup were played later in the year.

European club competitions

All the Russian teams participating in the 1991–92 seasons of their respective competitions were eliminated in 1991.

The Russian league was not finished by the time of the 1992–93 season, therefore the Russian teams qualified for that season based on the Soviet Top League 1991 results.

UEFA Champions League 1992–93

PFC CSKA Moscow, surprisingly, qualified for the group stage, unexpectedly knocking out FC Barcelona in the qualification round. They came last in their group though, only gaining 2 points in 6 games. They could not play their home games in Moscow due to the lack of a stadium meeting the Champions League standards at the time.[1]

PFC CSKA Moscow: Kharine, Guschin (Bavykin, 70), Kolotovkin, Bystrov, Fokin (captain), Ivanov, Mashkarin, Grishin, Sergeyev, Bushmanov (Karsakov, 57), Faizulin.
PFC CSKA Moscow: Kharine, Guschin (Mashkarin, 69), Malyukov, Bystrov, Fokin (captain), Ivanov, Minko, Grishin, Sergeyev, Karsakov, Faizulin (Kolesnikov, 61).
PFC CSKA Moscow: Kharine, Guschin, Kolotovkin, Bystrov, Fokin (captain), Ivanov, Mashkarin (Bushmanov, 68), Grishin, Sergeyev, Karsakov (Faizulin, 63), Minko.
PFC CSKA Moscow: Kharine, Guschin, Kolotovkin, Malyukov, Fokin, Kolesnikov (captain) (Ivanov, 75), Mashkarin, Grishin (Karsakov, 38), Sergeyev, Bushmanov, Faizulin.
PFC CSKA Moscow: Kharine (Guteyev, 46), Guschin, Kolotovkin, Bystrov, Malyukov, Kolesnikov (captain), Mashkarin, Grishin (Karsakov, 30), Sergeyev, Bushmanov, Faizulin.
PFC CSKA Moscow: Guteyev, Guschin (Ivanov, 68), Kolotovkin, Bystrov, Fokin (captain), Malyukov, Valeri Minko (Grishin, 61), Karsakov, Sergeyev, Bushmanov, Faizulin.

European Cup Winners' Cup 1992–93

Despite stumbling in the first game against the low-rated FC Avenir Beggen, FC Spartak Moscow had quite a successful run, eventually reaching the semifinals.

FC Spartak Moscow: Cherchesov (captain), Khlestov, Ivanov (Beschastnykh, 50), Rusyayev, Chernyshov, Onopko, Karpin, Piatnitski, Lediakhov, Radchenko.
FC Spartak Moscow: Cherchesov (captain), Khlestov, Ivanov (Kuzhlev, 74), Popov, Rusyayev (Beschastnykh, 26), Chernyshov, Onopko, Karpin, Piatnitski, Lediakhov, Radchenko.
FC Spartak Moscow: Cherchesov (captain), Khlestov, Ivanov, Pisarev, Beschastnykh (Rusyayev, 53), Chernyshov, Onopko, Karpin, Piatnitski, Lediakhov, Radchenko.
FC Spartak Moscow: Cherchesov (captain), Khlestov, Ivanov, Pisarev (Rusyayev, 64), Beschastnykh, Chernyshov, Onopko, Karpin, Piatnitski, Lediakhov (Baksheyev, 85), Radchenko.

UEFA Cup 1992–93

Both FC Dynamo Moscow and FC Torpedo Moscow had impressive wins, beating Torino F.C. and Manchester United F.C. respectively, before being eliminated.

FC Dynamo Moscow: Kleimyonov, Timofeev, Sklyarov (captain), Tskhadadze, Kalitvintsev (Spanderashvili, 88), Hovhannisyan, Smertin (Drozdov, 71), Tsaryov, Tetradze, Gasimov, Simutenkov.
FC Torpedo Moscow: Podshivalov (captain), Filimonov, Cheltsov, Afanasyev, Vostrosablin, Shustikov (Skachenko, 80), Grishin, Martynov, Talalayev (Ulyanov, 75), Chugainov, Arefyev.
FC Torpedo Moscow: Podshivalov (captain), Filimonov, Cheltsov, Afanasyev, Vostrosablin (Borisov, 100), Shustikov, Grishin, Talalayev, Arefyev, Chugainov, Pazemov (Ulyanov, 84).
FC Dynamo Moscow: Kleimyonov, Tsaryov, Sklyarov, Tskhadadze, Kalitvintsev, Kobelev (captain), Smertin, Derkach, Hovhannisyan, Gasimov (Spanderashvili, 88), Simutenkov (Drozdov, 70).
FC Torpedo Moscow: Podshivalov (captain), Filimonov, Cheltsov, Afanasyev, Ulyanov, Shustikov, Grishin, Tishkov, Vostrosablin (Savichev, 46), Chugainov, Arefyev.
FC Dynamo Moscow: Kleimyonov, Timofeev, Sklyarov (Varlamov, 84), Tskhadadze, Tsaryov, Kobelev (captain), Smertin, Derkach, Tetradze, Gasimov (Hovhannisyan, 88), Simutenkov.
FC Torpedo Moscow: Podshivalov (captain), Filimonov, Cheltsov, Afanasyev, Murashov, Shustikov, Grishin, Tishkov, Talalayev (Pazemov, 80), Chugainov, Arefyev (Ulyanov, 73).
FC Dynamo Moscow: Kleimyonov, Timofeev, Sklyarov, Tskhadadze, Kalitvintsev (Tsaryov, 66), Kobelev (captain), Varlamov, Derkach, Tetradze, Gasimov (Hovhannisyan, 87), Simutenkov.
FC Dynamo Moscow: Kleimyonov, Hovhannisyan (Kovardayev, 55), Sklyarov, Tskhadadze, Kalitvintsev, Kobelev (captain), Smertin (Savchenko, 84), Derkach, Tetradze, Gasimov, Varlamov.
FC Dynamo Moscow: Kleimyonov, Timofeev, Sklyarov, Tskhadadze, Kalitvintsev, Kobelev (captain) (Varlamov, 69), Smertin (Savchenko, 75), Derkach, Tetradze, Gasimov, Tsaryov.

National team

Soviet Union has qualified for the UEFA Euro 1992. Because the country was dissolved by the time of the competition, a unified team called CIS national football team participated in that tournament. That team played 10 games, with many players representing Russia.

On 16 August 1992, the Russia national football team played its first game in a friendly against Mexico. The head coach was Pavel Sadyrin.[2]

Matches

Russia: Cherchesov (captain), Khlestov, Kulkov (Beschastnykh, 63), Popov, Kolotovkin (Chernyshov, 85), Onopko, Tetradze (Podpaly, 85), Karpin, Lediakhov (Kobelev, 46; Ivanov, 76), Matveyev (Lemish, 80), Radchenko.
Russia: Cherchesov (captain), Khlestov, Kulkov, Onopko, Kolotovkin, Shalimov, Dobrovolski, Karpin, Lediakhov (Tatarchuk, 46), Yuran (Kolyvanov, 77), Kiriakov.
Russia: Cherchesov (captain), Khlestov, Kulkov, Onopko, Mostovoi, Shalimov, Dobrovolski, Karpin, Radchenko (Tatarchuk, 79), Yuran, Kiriakov (Borodyuk, 60).

References

External links

  • Overview of the whole Russian championship including the First League
it:Campionato di calcio russo 1992
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