2007–08 Moldovan National Division

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Moldovan National Division
Season2007–08
Champions FC Sheriff Tiraspol
Relegated Rapid Ghidighici
Champions League FC Sheriff Tiraspol
UEFA Cup FC Nistru Otaci, FC Tiraspol, FC Dacia Chişinău
Intertoto Cup FC Tiraspol
Matches played165
Goals scored367 (2.22 per match)
Top goalscorer Flag of Moldova.svg Igor Picuşceac FC Sheriff Tiraspol, FC Tiraspol (14)
Biggest home win Zimbru Chișinău 7-0 Olimpia Bălți
Biggest away win Tiligul-Tiras Tiraspol 0-4 Sheriff Tiraspol
Highest scoring Dinamo Bender 3-7 Dacia Chișinău
2008–09

The Moldovan National Division 2007-08 was the 17th season of the Moldovan National Division, the top division of association football in Moldova. The season started on 4 July 2007.

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FC Sheriff Tiraspol won the league for the eighth consecutive season. The champions also qualified for the Commonwealth of Independent States Cup 2009.

Rapid Ghidighici withdrew from the league in November after the conclusion of round 16.

League standings

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1 Sheriff Tiraspol (C)302631688+6081Qualification for the Champions League first qualifying round
2 Dacia Chișinău 3019566028+3262Qualification for the UEFA Cup first qualifying round
3 Nistru Otaci 3017853417+1759
4 Tiraspol 3016773621+1555Qualification for the Intertoto Cup first round
5 Zimbru Chișinău 30131344321+2252
6 Iskra - Stal Rîbniţa 30981323341135
7 Tiligul-Tiras 30781516362029
8 Olimpia Bălți 30761724462227
9 Dinamo Bendery 30751830572726
10 CSCA–Steaua Chişinău 30532221553418
11 Politehnica Chişinău 3036217393215
Rapid Ghidighici (R)00000000Relegation to Division "A" [lower-alpha 1]
Source: RSSSF
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. Withdrew from league in November 2007. All results were annulled.

Top goalscorers

PosPlayerScored forGoals
1 Flag of Moldova.svg Igor Picuşceac FC Sheriff Tiraspol, FC Tiraspol 14
2 Flag of Belarus.svg Aliaksei Kuchuk FC Sheriff Tiraspol 13
Flag of Cameroon.svg Colins Ngaha Poungoue FC Nistru Otaci
Flag of Georgia.svg Djaba Dvali FC Dacia Chisinau
5 Flag of Moldova.svg Alexei Zhdanov FC Zimbru Chisinau 12

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