Russian futsal Top League

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Russian futsal Top League
Founded2003; 18 years ago (2003)
CountryRussia
ConfederationUEFA
Number of teams30
Level on pyramid2
Promotion toSuperleague
Relegation toFirst League
Domestic cup(s)Russian Futsal Cup
Current championsAlmaz-ALROSA
(2018–19)
Most championships
  • Almaz-ALROSA
  • MFK Spartak Moskva (3 titles)
Websiteamfr.ru
2019-20 Russian futsal Top League

The Russian futsal Top League (Russian: Высшая Лига, Vyshaa Liga; complete official name Parimatch[1] - Russian Futsal Championship among the club teams of Top League, Russian: Париматч-Первенство России по мини-футболу среди команд клубов Высшей Лиги) is the second level of Russian professional futsal.

Participants

2019/2020 Season

Division «West»

Club City Home area
MFK Zarya Yakutsk Yakutsk HS «50 let Pobedy»
KPRF-2 Moscow SC «Start»
ALGA Ufa Complex «Priozyorny»
LKS Lipetsk Sport Hall Lipetsk Technical State University
Luch-GTS Samara Samara
MosPolitech Moscow SC «Polyot»
Gazprom-Ugra Yugorsk SH «Yubileiny»
MFK Dinamo Moskva Moscow SC «Podmoskoviye»
Volga-Saratov Saratov Complex «Yubileiny»
Krasnaya Gvardiya Moscow SC «Start»
Delta Astrakhan Sport and Healthy complex «Vityaz»
Orgkhim Nizhny Novgorod Complex «Meshersky»
MFK «Delovoy partner» Veliky Novgorod Veliky Novgorod
Severnaya Dvina Arkhangelsk «Nord-Arena»
Gazprom burenie-PBG Shchyolkovo SC «Podmoskoviye»

Division «East»

Club City Home area
MFK A-Tur Perm Sport complex nm. V.P. Sukharev
Fakel-GTS Surgut Complex «Energetik»
Sinara-2 Yekaterinburg Hall «MFK «VIZ-Sinara»
Surgut Complex «Energetik»
PMFK «Sibiryak» Novosibirsk Sport Hall Novosibirsk State University of Architecture and Civil engineerin
Tyumen-2 Tymen SC «Atlant»
ZIK Yekaterinburg SC «Polyana»
Ukhta-2 Ukhta SC «Ukhta»
GD Nadym Nadym SC «Yamal»
Sigma-K Kopeysk SC «Metar-Sport»
MFK Yuzhny Ural Chelyabinsk SC «Metar-Sport»
Korporatsiya ASI Kemerovo Sport centre «Kuzbass»
Novaya Generatsiya-2 Syktyvkar SC «Orbita»
KEHU-UrFU Yekaterinburg SC «Polyana»
SibTranzit Novokuznetsk Sport centre «Kuzbass»

References

External links

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