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1993 Azerbaijan Top League

Azerbaijan Premier League
Season 1993
Champions Karabakh Agdam
Top goalscorer Samir Alekberov (16)
1992
1993-94

The 1993 Azerbaijan Top League was the second season of the Azerbaijan Top League and was contested by 20 clubs. Neftchi Baku were unable to defended their championship, with Karabakh Agdam becoming the champions.

Group A

Pos  Team P W D L F A Pts
1 Kyapaz Gyandzha 18 13 4 1 48 13 30
2 Turan Tauz 18 12 6 0 34 4 30
3 PFC Neftchi Baku 18 11 5 2 39 11 27
4 FK Khazar Lenkoran 18 8 5 5 23 20 21
5 Pambygchi Barda 18 7 4 7 17 21 18
6 Kyur Mingechaur 18 6 6 6 21 25 18
7 Nidzhat Mashtagi 18 7 1 10 23 27 15
8 Avei Akstafa 18 3 5 10 11 26 11
9 Azneftyag Baku 18 3 2 13 12 33 8
10 Umid Dzhalilabad 18 0 2 16 8 56 2

Group B

Pos  Team P W D L F A Pts
1 Karabakh Agdam 18 9 7 2 23 11 25
2 Khazar Sumgait 18 11 2 5 29 15 24
3 Dashgyn Zakataly 18 9 3 6 30 22 21
4 Azeri Baku 18 9 1 8 23 28 19
5 Inshaatchi Baku 18 7 4 7 28 22 18
6 Vilyash Masally 18 7 3 8 21 24 17
7 Gyumrik Kakhi 18 6 5 7 25 26 17
8 Inshaatchi Sabirabad 18 5 6 7 21 22 16
9 Boz Gurd Samukh 18 4 6 8 19 30 14
10 Shakhdag Kusary 18 3 3 12 19 38 9

Championship

Semifinals

27 July 1993
Kyapaz Gyandzha 0 – 0 Khazar Sumgait
  Penalties  
3 – 4


18 July 1993
Karabakh Agdam 1 – 0 (a.e.t.) Turan Tauz
U.Guseinov Goal 102'

Final

1 August 1993
Karabakh Agdam 1 – 0 Khazar Sumgait
Y.Guseinov Goal 36'

References

  • Azerbaijan 1993 RSSSF

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