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2012–13 Ukrainian First League

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Season  2012–13
Dates  13 Jul 2012 – 16 Jun 2013
Goals scored  689
Promoted  
Relegated  Arsenal Odesa
Location  Ukraine
Matches played  290
2012–13 Ukrainian First League
Top goalscorer  18 goals – Serhiy Kuznetsov (FC Sevastopol)
Biggest home win  Mykolaiv 8–0 Arsenal (Round 34)
Biggest away win  Krymteplitsia 0–4 Sevastopol (Round 4) Olimpik 0–4 Odesa (Round 18) Arsenal 0–4 Avanhard (ppd. Round 22) Arsenal 1–5 Naftovyk-Ukrnafta (Round 32)
Highest scoring  Zirka 6–2 Arsenal (Round 29) Mykolaiv 8–0 Arsenal (Round 34)
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The 2012–13 Ukrainian First League will be the 22nd since its establishment. The competition commenced on 13 July 2012 when Obolon Kyiv visited Sumy and played a goalless draw against FC Sumy. The competition had a winter break that started 25 November 2012 and resumed on 23 March 2013.

Contents

Promoted teams

Group A
  • FC Sumy – Second League champion
  • Group B
  • FC Poltava - Second League champion
  • Avanhard Kramatorsk - Finalist of Promotion/Relegation playoff. Prior to the season starting Nyva Vinnytsia withdrew from the PFL.
  • Relegated teams

    Two teams were relegated from the Ukrainian Premier League 2011–12 season

  • Obolon Kyiv – 15th place (Returning after three seasons)
  • PFC Oleksandria – 16th place (Returning after one season)
  • Map

    The following displays the location of teams.

    Stadiums

    The following stadiums are considered home grounds for the teams in the competition.

    Notes:

    Final standings

    Notes:

  • ^(31) Stal Alchevsk finished in second place were to be promoted to the Ukrainian Premier League but their club administration refused promotion indicating that they did not have adequate resources and infrastructure and would have to play to their games away from Alchevsk. PFC Oleksandria that placed third also refused promotion to the Ukrainian Premier League. The reason is that the club did not earned the promotion on the sports principle. Bukovyna Chernivtsi submitted all required documentation to the Football Federation of Ukraine and the Ukrainian Premier League on June 13, 2013. On June 14, 2013 the Attestation Committee of FFU refused to issue attestation for Bukovyna. The reason is that the club never applied for the Premier League attestation. On June 18, 2013 the Executive Committee of FFU allowed both Hoverla Uzhhorod and Metalurh Zaporizhia to stay in the Premier League.
  • ^(32) MFK Mykolaiv was given one month by the PFL to pay their league dues. The club failed to pay the dues in time and were deducted 3 points. (21 August 2012)
  • ^(33) Krymteplitsia Molodizhne completed the season but withdrew from the PFL. The team's administration informed the PFL that their club will exist only with a youth sports program. (11 June 2013)
  • ^(34) Obolon Kyiv withdrew from the PFL during the attestion meeting held in the winter break. The team's administration informed the PFL that they lack sufficient funds to continue participating in the league. (21 February 2013)
  • Results

    As of 8 June 2013

    Updated to games played on 8 June 2013.
    Source: Calendar
    ^ The home team is listed in the left-hand column.
    Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

    Notes:

  • ^(3) The President of Obolon Kyiv indicated that the team is to withdrew from the PFL and that they would not be playing their Round 19 match against Bukovyna Chernivtsi since the sponsorship of the club was withdrawn. However, several days later the President of the PFL informed that the club will pay their players and will continue to play. Control-Disciplinary Committee of the FFU awards a 3–0 technical victory to Bukovyna Chernivtsi. (15 November 2012)
  • ^(4) Players from MFC Mykolaiv boycotted the Round 20 match due to not being paid. Control-Disciplinary Committee of the FFU awards a 3–0 technical victory to FC Sevastopol. (22 November 2012)
  • ^(5) Round 9 match postponed because players from both teams were participating for the Ukraine national under-21 football team in UEFA U21 qualification matches. The fixture was played after Round 17 on 31 October.
  • ^(6) Match was played in an empty stadium after the PFL imposed sanctions due to fan violence that occurred in the 2011–12 season in a match against Metalurh Zaporizhya.
  • ^(7) Round 22 match postponed because players from FC Sevastopol were participating for the Ukraine national under-21 football team in UEFA U21 qualification matches. Match played after Round 30. (16 May 2013)
  • ^(8) Match initially scheduled for Round 22 matches postponed due to the frigid weather. Match played after Round 30. (15 May 2013)
  • ^(9) Match initially scheduled for Round 23 matches postponed due to the inclement weather. Match played after Round 30. (16 May 2013)
  • ^(10) Match initially scheduled for Round 22 was postponed due to the frigid weather. Match played after Round 23. (31 March 2013)
  • ^(11) Round 24 and 26 fixture played at Training Base Knyazha in Schaslyve, Kyivska Oblast.
  • ^(12) Match initially scheduled for Round 22 was postponed due to the frigid weather. Match played after Round 24. (9 April 2013)
  • ^(13) Match initially scheduled for Round 23 was postponed due to the frigid weather. Match played after Round 25. (17 April 2013)
  • ^(14) Match initially scheduled for Round 22 was postponed due to the frigid weather. Match played after Round 25. (17 April 2013)
  • ^(15) Matchеs initially scheduled for Round 22 was postponed due to the frigid weather. Two matches were played after Round 26. (23 April 2013)
  • ^(16) Match initially scheduled for Round 22 matches postponed due to the frigid weather. Match played after Round 30. (15 May 2013)
  • ^(17) Match initially scheduled for Round 29 was postponed due to FC Sevastopol's Ukrainian Cup semi final match on 8 May was played after Round 32. (29 May 2013)
  • ^(18) Round 33 match was suspended in the 14th minute with the score 0–0 due to torrential rain. Both clubs agreed to continue the match the next day starting at the 15th minute at Karlivka. (1 June 2013)
  • Top goalscorers

    The following were the top ten goalscorers.

    Notes:

  • ^(20) Stal Alchevsk signed Dmytro Leonov during the winter break.
  • Promotion/Relegation play-off

    A promotion/relegation home and away play-off were played by the 2nd team in Group 1 and 2 of 2012–13 Ukrainian Second League against the 15th and 16th placed teams of the 2012–13 Ukrainian First League competition. The draw for the play-off matches was held on 7 June.

    Nyva Ternopil qualified from Ukrainian Second League.

    Second leg

    6–1 on aggregate. FC Odesa after being relegated to Second League withdrew.

    Second leg

    2–1 on aggregate. Dynamo-2 Kyiv remain in First League.

    References

    2012–13 Ukrainian First League Wikipedia


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