Soviet First League
The Perwaja League (Russian Первая лига, actually German First League ) was after the Wysschaja league 's second highest division of Soviet football. It was from 1936 to 1991, when the Soviet Union was dissolved, discharged a total of over 52 seasons long.
The Perwaja League wore her actual name only since 1970, before that it was called, among other things Gruppa B, Gruppa 2, B Klass, Klass A, and Klass 2 By 1970, the league was also from several groups. The number of promoted and relegated, as well as the number of participating teams often varied from season to season.
With 5 championships in the league Krylia Sovetov Kuibyshev was Perwaja record champions (Samara today). With the 1991 season ended the game operation, the participating teams changed now in the national leagues of the successor states of the Soviet Union.
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Not - UEFA Members: Kosovo
Former DDR | Yugoslavia | Soviet Union
- Football competition in the Soviet Union