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Ukrainian Women's Handball Super League
SportHandball
Founded1992
Inaugural season1992
CEO Valeriy Tretyakov
No. of teams6 (2019–20)
CountryUkraine
ContinentEurope
Most recent
champion(s)
Halychanka Lviv (6th title)
Most titlesMotor Zaporizhzhia
(14 titles)
Official websitewww.handball.net.ua/

The Ukrainian Women's Handball Super League (Ukrainian: Гандбольна Суперліга) is the top women's league of Ukrainianhandball.

History[edit]

The league was founded in 1992. It is run by the Handball Federation of Ukraine (FHU). Before, the Ukrainian teams played in the championship of the USSR. During the seasons from 1991–92 till 1999–2000 it was called the Supreme League (Ukrainian: Гандбольна Вища ліга). During the seasons from 2000–01 till 2003–04 it was called the Supreme League A (Ukrainian: Гандбольна Вища ліга «А»). It is named Super League (Ukrainian: Суперліга) since the 2004–05 season.

Between leagues at the end of each season, the teams exchanged – the worst drop in the lower-ranking division, their places are taken by the best team of the lower leagues. The best teams of the Super League play in European Cup tournaments held under the auspices of the European Handball Federation (EHF).

Winners[edit]

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YearGoldsSilverBronze
1992Spartak Kyiv(1)Motor ZaporizhzhiaAvtomobilist Brovary
1992–93Motor Zaporizhzhia(1)Avtomobilist BrovarySpartak Kyiv
1993–94Motor Zaporizhzhia(2)Spartak KyivAvtomobilist Brovary
1994–95Motor Zaporizhzhia(3)Spartak KyivAvtomobilist Brovary
1995–96Spartak Kyiv(2)Motor ZaporizhzhiaAvtomobilist Brovary
1996–97Motor Zaporizhzhia(4)Avtomobilist BrovaryKarpaty Uzhhorod
1997–98Motor Zaporizhzhia(5)Spartak KyivHalychanka Lviv
1998–99Motor Zaporizhzhia(6)Spartak KyivAvtomobilist Brovary
1999–00Spartak Kyiv(3)Motor ZaporizhzhiaHalychanka Lviv
2000–01Motor Zaporizhzhia(7)Spartak KyivTransportnyk Brovary
2001–02Motor Zaporizhzhia(8)Spartak KyivHalychanka Lviv
2002–03Motor Zaporizhzhia(9)Spartak KyivHalychanka Lviv
2003–04Motor Zaporizhzhia(10)Spartak KyivHalychanka Lviv
2004–05Motor Zaporizhzhia(11)Halychanka LvivSpartak Kyiv
2005–06Motor Zaporizhzhia(12)Spartak KyivHalychanka Lviv
2006–07Motor Zaporizhzhia(13)Halychanka LvivPodatkova Akademiya Irpin
2007–08Motor Zaporizhzhia(14)Halychanka LvivKarpaty Uzhhorod
2008–09SMART Kryvyi Rih(1)Motor ZaporizhzhiaHalychanka Lviv
2009–10SMART Kryvyi Rih(2)Zaporizhzhia-ZDIA ZaporizhzhiaPodatkova Akademiya Irpin
2010–11Sparta Kryvyi Rih(3)Karpaty UzhhorodPodatkovyi Universytet Irpin
2011–12Karpaty Uzhhorod(1)Podatkovyi Universytet IrpinSpartak Kyiv
2012–13Karpaty Uzhhorod(2)Halychanka LvivDnipryanka Kherson
2013–14Karpaty Uzhhorod(3)Halychanka LvivDnipryanka Kherson
2014–15Halychanka Lviv(1)Karpaty UzhhorodDnipryanka Kherson
2015–16Halychanka Lviv(2)Karpaty UzhhorodDnipryanka Kherson
2016–17Halychanka Lviv(3)Karpaty UzhhorodDnipryanka Kherson
2017–18Halychanka Lviv(4)Karpaty UzhhorodDnipryanka Kherson
2018–19Halychanka Lviv(5)Karpaty UzhhorodDnipryanka Kherson
2019–20Halychanka Lviv(6)Real MykolaivKarpaty Uzhhorod

Performance by club[edit]

TeamWinnersRunners-upThird place
Motor Zaporizhzhia1440
Halychanka Lviv657
Spartak Kyiv393
Karpaty Uzhhorod363
Sparta Kryvyi Rih300
Avtomobilist Brovary026
Podatkovyi Universytet Irpin013
Zaporizhzhia-ZDIA Zaporizhzhia010
Real Mykolaiv010
Dnipryanka Kherson007
Total292929

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References[edit]

External links[edit]

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Spartak ('Spartacus') is the name of a sports society which existed in the former Soviet Union (see Spartak (sports society)) and other socialist countries. For some history of the Moscow club see FC Spartak Moscow. Since the breakup of the USSR, many Spartak teams have kept their names, while usually becoming independent entities.

Today, Spartak may refer, for instance, to:

In Russia:

  • FC Spartak Moscow, a Russian football team
  • PFC Spartak Nalchik, a Russian football team
  • FC Spartak Vladikavkaz, a Russian football team
  • HC Spartak Moscow, a Russian ice hockey team
  • Spartak Saint Petersburg, a Russian basketball team
  • Spartak Tennis Club, an elite training ground for young Russian tennis players
  • WBC Spartak Moscow Region, a Russian women's basketball team
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In Ukraine':

  • Spartak Ivano-Frankivsk, a Ukrainian football team
  • Zakarpattia Uzhhorod, used to be called Spartak Uzhhorod

In Bulgaria:

  • PFC Spartak Varna, a Bulgarian football team
  • PFC Spartak Pleven, a Bulgarian football team
  • FC Spartak Plovdiv, a Bulgarian football team
  • Spartak Sofia, a former Bulgarian football team

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  • FK Spartak Ljig, a Serbian football club
  • FK Spartak Subotica, a Serbian football team

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In Slovakia:

  • FC Spartak Trnava, a Slovak football team
  • TJ Spartak Myjava, a Slovak football team
  • FK Spartak Vráble, a Slovak football team
  • FK Spartak Bánovce nad Bebravou, a Slovak football team

In other countries

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  • Spartak '96 F.C., an English football team - www.spartak96fc.com
  • Barnt Green Spartak F.C., an English football team
  • Spartak (Cape Verde), a Cape Verdean football team
  • FC Spartak Semey, a Kazakh football team
  • Budapesti Spartacus, a Hungarian sport club (http://www.bpspartacussc.com/fooldal.php)
  • Spartak - a German rock band

Other meanings

  • Spartacus (ballet) by Aram Khachaturian

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