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* Ukrainian Premier League suspended indefinitely due to the coronavirus pandemic. All multi-platform broadcast listings of the 2019/20 UPL have been marked as postponed on Live Soccer TV. Stay tuned to know where to watch live matches of the Ukrainian league when live football resumes in Ukraine.

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Shakhtar Donetsk 23 19 2 2 59 15 +44 59 L
2   Dynamo Kyiv 23 14 4 5 45 18 +27 46 D
Zorya 23 14 4 5 40 18 +22 46 W
Desna 23 13 4 6 37 16 +21 43 D
Oleksandria 23 12 4 7 34 25 +9 40 W
Kolos Kovalivka 23 8 2 13 27 43 -16 26 L
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Top Scorers

Júnior MoraesShakhtar Donetsk 18 1
O. FilippovDesna 12 2
B. LednevZorya 11 1
TaisonShakhtar Donetsk 9 3
MarlosShakhtar Donetsk 9 1
A. BesedinDynamo Kyiv 8 1
V. SupryahaDnipro-1 8 2
V. TsygankovDynamo Kyiv 8 3
B. VerbičDynamo Kyiv 8 2
D. KhlyobasDesna 7 0
V. KabaevZorya 6 0
V. BuyalskyiDynamo Kyiv 5 1
C. de PenaDynamo Kyiv 5 0
V. KalitvintsevDesna 5 0
K. KovaletsOleksandria 5 0



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About Premier League

The Ukrainian Premier League kicked off in 1991 when Ukraine became an independent country. It was established as the top football league in that country five years later with the name Professional Football League of Ukraine, but in 2008, the league separated itself from the Ukrainian Football Federation to negotiate sponsorship deals on their own, among other reasons. It is ranked as the 10th best league by UEFA, with 12 teams playing each season year in and year out.

This league works under a promotion-relegation system, like most leagues in Europe. After a 22-game regular season, the top six teams enter a championship playoff, while the other six clubs enter a relegation playoff. The team with the lowest amount of points is relegated, while the two more clubs battle for their spot in the Ukrainian Premier League via a promotion with the second and third-ranked teams in the Ukrainian First Division.

This competition also hands out five spots for European tournaments. The winner and runner up of the tournament enter the UEFA Champions League, while three more spots are available to play in the UEFA Europa League. The third-best team in the league will enter the group stage of that continental competition, while the other two enter the preliminary rounds.

The regular season usually begins in the final days of July, with a winter break taking place between December and the first two weeks in February. The tournament comes to a close in May, once all playoff games have been played.

The 2018-19 season concluded with Shakhtar Donetsk winning their third title in a row and 12th overall. The Miners ended the tournament with an 11-point advantage over Dynamo Kyiv. Both teams entered the UEFA Champions League as previously explained, while Oleksandriya earned a spot in the group stage of the UEFA Europa League. Mariupol and Zorya are the Ukrainian teams that made it to the preliminary stages of the UEFA Europa League.

On the other side of the table, Arsenal Kyiv was relegated to the Ukrainian First Division, while two more teams entered a promotion playoff. Karpat Lyiv was able to keep their spot in the Ukrainian top-flight, while Odesa lost their playoff matchup against Kolos Kovalivka.

The 2019-20 season will kick off on July 28, 2019. The regular season is set to end on March 14, 2020. Dates for the playoff matches will be revealed as soon as the teams involved in each playoff are revealed. Dnipro and Kolos Kovalivka are the teams that earned their promotion from the Ukrainian First Division, the first of them as champion, and the latter as winners of their playoff matchup against Odesa. This will be Kolos’ first season in the Ukrainian top-flight.

Did you know? Dynamo Kyiv is the most winning team in Ukraine, with 15 titles to their name. Shakhtar Donetsk has won 12, while Tavriya Simferopol is the only team that has been able to end the dominance established by the aforementioned clubs.

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