|Champions||FC Sheriff Tiraspol|
|Relegated||FC Speranța Crihana Veche, FC Rapid Ghidighici|
|Goals scored||544 (2.97 per match)|
|Top goalscorer|| Henrique Luvannor |
|Biggest home win||Sheriff 8-0 Academia|
|Biggest away win||Academia 0-7 Sheriff|
|Highest scoring|| Dacia 7-1 Academia |
Sheriff 8-0 Academia
|Longest winning run|| Sheriff Tiraspol |
|Longest unbeaten run|| Sheriff Tiraspol |
|Longest losing run|| Speranța Crihana Veche |
|Highest attendance||Zimbru Chișinău 4.500|
|Lowest attendance||Dacia Chișinău 0|
|Average attendance||Zimbru Chișinău 2.350|
The 2013–14 Moldovan National Division (Moldovan: Divizia Națională) is the 23rd season of top-tier football in Moldova. The competition began in July 2013 and ended in May 2014.
|Team||Home city||Head coach||Captain||Kit manufacturer||Shirt sponsor|
|Academia Chișinău||Chișinău||Stadionul CPSN||1,000|
|FC Costuleni||Costuleni||CSR Orhei||2,539|
|Rapid Ghidighici||Ghidighici||Ghidighici Stadium||1,500|
|Dacia Chișinău||Chișinău||Stadionul Moldova (Speia)||8,550|
|Dinamo-Auto Tiraspol||Tiraspol||Dinamo-Auto Stadium||3,525|
|Milsami Orhei||Orhei||CSR Orhei||2,539|
|Olimpia Bălți||Bălți||Olimpia Bălți Stadium||5,953|
|Speranța Crihana Veche||Crihana Veche||Ghidighici Stadium||1,500|
|Sheriff Tiraspol||Tiraspol||Sheriff Stadium||13,460|
|FC Tiraspol||Tiraspol||Sheriff Stadium||13,460|
|Veris Chișinău||Chișinău||Stadionul CPSN||1,000|
|Zimbru Chișinău||Chișinău||Zimbru Stadium||10,600|
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Qualification or relegation|
|1||Sheriff Tiraspol (C)||33||28||3||2||98||16||+82||87||Qualification for the Champions League second qualifying round|
|2||Tiraspol||33||21||9||3||60||27||+33||72||Qualification for the Europa League first qualifying round|
|4||Zimbru Chișinău||33||18||7||8||56||24||+32||61||Qualification for the Europa League first qualifying round|
|9||Rapid Ghidighici (R)||33||6||4||23||27||75||−48||20||Team withdrew and were relegated to Division "B"|
|11||Olimpia Bălți||33||5||3||25||26||77||−51||18||Spared from relegation|
|12||Speranța Crihana Veche (R)||33||4||2||27||20||91||−71||11||Relegation to Division "A"|
The following table represents the teams position after each round in the competition.
The schedule consists of three rounds. During the first two rounds, each team plays each other once home and away for a total of 22 matches. The pairings of the third round will then be set according to the standings after the first two rounds, giving every team a third game against each opponent for a total of 33 games per team.
Key numbers for pairing determination (number marks position after 22 games):
|23rd round||24th round||25th round||26th round||27th round||28th round|
|1 – 12||12 – 7||2 – 12||12 – 8||3 – 12||12 – 9|
|2 – 11||8 – 6||3 – 1||9 – 7||4 – 2||10 – 8|
|3 – 10||9 – 5||4 – 11||10 – 6||5 – 1||11 – 7|
|4 – 9||10 – 4||5 – 10||11 – 5||6 – 11||1 – 6|
|5 – 8||11 – 3||6 – 9||1 – 4||7 – 10||2 – 5|
|6 – 7||1 – 2||7 – 8||2 – 3||8 – 9||3 – 4|
|29th round||30th round||31st round||32nd round||33rd round|
|4 – 12||12 – 10||5 – 12||12 – 11||6 – 12|
|5 – 3||11 – 9||6 – 4||1 – 10||7 – 5|
|6 – 2||1 – 8||7 – 3||2 – 9||8 – 4|
|7 – 1||2 – 7||8 – 2||3 – 8||9 – 3|
|8 – 11||3 – 6||9 – 1||4 – 7||10 – 2|
|9 – 10||4 – 5||10 – 11||5 – 6||11 – 1|
|8||Rapid Ghidighici (2) & Academia Chișinău (8)||10|
|9||Costuleni(3) & Veris Chișinău (6)||9|
|4||Player scored four goals|
|5||Player scored five goals|
|Dinamo-Auto Tiraspol||Veris Chișinău||0–6||14 September 2013|
|Dacia Chișinău||Academia Chișinău||7–1||21 September 2013|
|Speranța Crihana||Sheriff Tiraspol||0–5||25 September 2013|
|Academia Chișinău||Veris Chișinău||0–3||8 November 2013|
|Milsami Orhei||Zimbru Chișinău||4–2||9 November 2013|
|Sheriff Tiraspol||Academia Chișinău||8–0||4 December 2013|
|Sheriff Tiraspol||Academia Chișinău||8–0||4 December 2013|
|Veris Chișinău||Olimpia||3–0||21 March 2014|
|Speranța Crihana||Academia Chișinău||1–5||16 May 2014|
|Dinamo-Auto Tiraspol||Dacia Chișinău||0–6||21 May 2014|
|8||Veris Chișinău (2) & Sheriff Tiraspol (4)||6|
|Olimpia Bălți (7) & Dinamo-Auto Tiraspol (3)||10||0||0||10|
|4||Sheriff Tiraspol (4) & Costuleni (5)||3||0||2||9|
|Tiraspol (2) & Dinamo-Auto Tiraspol (7)||7||1||0||9|
|Speranța Crihana Veche||9||0||0||9|
|Rapid Ghidighici (4) & Costuleni (3)||8||0||0||8|
|Rank||Club||Point's||Worst Disciplinary Player|
|9||Speranța Crihana Veche||73||1||2||81|
We have allocated points to each yellow (1 point), two yellow (2 points) and red card (3 points) for ranking purposes. Please note that this does not represent any official rankings.
|11||Speranța Crihana Veche||2,850||500||50||275||n/a|
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