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1992 in Armenian football

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1992 in Armenian football

1992 in Armenian football was the first season of independent football after the split-up from the Soviet Union. The league existed of two groups with 12 teams each. The top six of each group qualified for the Championship stage, while the others participated in the relegation stage. FC Shirak and Homenetmen Yerevan shared the championship as they both finished on 37 points in the Championship stage.

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Premier League

  • Koshkagorts Yerevan had its name changed to Shengavit F.C..
  • Pahatsoyagorts Noyemberyan had its name changed to Aznavour FC.
  • Second stage, Championship Group

    The qualified teams kept their head-to-head results to participate in the Championship stage, resulting in the following starting table.

    Second stage, Relegation Group

    The qualified teams kept their head-to-head results to participate in the Championship stage, resulting in the following starting table.

    National Team

  • Armenia played one international game in 1992.
  • References

    1992 in Armenian football Wikipedia


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