19 teams took part in the league with FC Dynamo Kyiv winning the championship.
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The 1971 season of the Soviet Top League saw Dynamo Kyiv clinching their title after three unsuccessful seasons. This season was also unique for successful performances of non-RSFSR clubs: Ararat Yerevan from the Armenian SSR took the second place, while bronze medals were awarded to Dinamo Tbilisi.
The 1975 season of the Soviet Top League proved that Dynamo Kyiv was at the moment unbeatable for other Soviet clubs. Besides that, the Ukrainian club was one of the strongest on the international arena, winning the UEFA Cup Winners Cup the same year. Another Ukrainian club, Shakhtar from Donetsk, took the second place.
The 1990 Soviet Top League season was the 53rd since its establishment. Spartak Moscow were the defending 12-times champions. The league was shortened and a total of fourteen teams participated. By the start of the season both Georgian teams have withdrew followed by another withdrawal from Žalgiris at the start of competition. The league consisted of ten teams contested in the 1989 season and the Army club promoted from the Soviet First League. The representatives of the Baltic states as well as Georgia chose not to take part in the competition.
In the 1987 season, the Soviet Top League – the top tier of football in the Soviet Union – was won by Spartak Moscow.
12 teams took part in the league with FC Dynamo Moscow winning the championship.
12 teams took part in the league with FC Spartak Moscow winning the championship.
22 teams took part in the league with FC Spartak Moscow winning the championship.
20 teams took part in the league with FC Dynamo Moscow winning the championship.
20 teams took part in the league with FC Dynamo Kyiv winning the championship.
17 teams took part in the league with PFC CSKA Moscow winning the championship.
The 1941 Soviet Top League was cancelled due to World War II. The last matches were played on June 24.
Statistics of Soviet Top League for the 1976 season.
Statistics of Soviet Top League for the 1980 season.
Statistics of Soviet Top League for the 1981 season.
Statistics of Soviet Top League for the 1982 season.
Statistics of Soviet Top League for the 1983 season.
The 1955 Soviet Cup was an association football cup competition of the Soviet Union.