Moldovan "A" Division

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Moldovan "A" Division
Founded1992
Country Moldova
Confederation UEFA
Number of teams14
Level on pyramid2
Promotion to Moldovan National Division
Relegation to Moldovan "B" Division
Domestic cup(s) Moldovan Cup
Current champions Bălți (1st title)
(2020–21)
Most championships Sheriff-2 Tiraspol (6 titles)
Website FMF Divizia A
Current: 2020–21 Moldovan "A" Division

The Moldovan "A" Division (Romanian : Divizia "A") is the second-level division of Moldovan Football.

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2020–21 Clubs

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Tiraspol
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Tiraspol teams:
Sheriff-2
Sucleia
ClubLocation
Bălți Bălți
Cahul-2005 Cahul
Fălești Fălești
Grănicerul Glodeni
Iskra Rîbnița
Olimp Comrat
Real Succes Chișinău
Sheriff-2 Tiraspol
Sireți Sireți
Spartanii Selemet
Speranța Drochia
Sucleia Tiraspol
Tighina Bender
Victoria Bardar

Champions

SeasonChampionsLeague Leading Goalscorers
1992 Nistru Otaci N/A
1992–93 Vilia Briceni
1993–94 MHM 93 Chişinău
1994–95 Constructorul Chişinău
1995–96 Locomotiva Basarabească
1996–97 Moldova Gaz Chişinău
1997–98 Sheriff Tiraspol
1998–99 FC Zimbru-2 Chişinău
1999–2000 FC Sheriff-2 Tiraspol
2000–01 Sheriff-2 Tiraspol
2001–02 Dacia Chişinău
2002–03 Tiligul Tiraspol
2003–04 Steaua Chişinău
2004–05 Dinamo Bender
2005–06 FC Zimbru-2 Chişinău
2006–07 FC Zimbru-2 Chişinău
2007–08 Sheriff-2 Tiraspol
2008–09 FC Viitorul Orhei
2009–10 FC Costuleni
2010–11 Locomotiv Bălţi
2011–12 Sheriff-2 Tiraspol
2012–13 Veris Drăgănești Flag of Moldova.svg Viorel Frunză (Veris Drăgănești) (30)
2013–14 Saxan Ceadîr-Lunga Flag of Moldova.svg Alexandru Răilean (Sfîntul Gheorghe Suruceni) (20)
2014–15 Sheriff-2 Tiraspol Flag of Moldova.svg Vladimir Ambros (CS Petrocub) (25)
2015–16 Spicul Chișcăreni Flag of Moldova.svg Ghenadie Orbu (Codru Lozova) (22)
2016–17 Sheriff-2 Tiraspol Flag of Moldova.svg Artiom Zabun (Victoria Bardar) (21)
2017 Victoria Bardar Flag of Moldova.svg Ghenadie Orbu (Victoria Bardar) (19)
2018 Codru Lozova Flag of Moldova.svg Ghenadie Orbu (Victoria Bardar) (21)
2019 Florești Flag of Moldova.svg Artiom Litviacov (Tighina) (30)
2020–21 Bălți Flag of Nigeria.svg Clement Udeh Godday (Sucleia) (25)

Performance by club

ClubWinnersWinning Years
Sheriff-2 Tiraspol 62000, 2001, 2008, 2012, 2015, 2017
FC Zimbru-2 Chişinău 31999, 2006, 2007
Nistru Otaci 11992
Vilia Briceni 11993
MHM 93 Chişinău 11994
Constructorul Chişinău 11995
Locomotiva Basarabească 11996
Moldova Gaz Chişinău 11997
FC Sheriff Tiraspol 11998
FC Dacia Chișinău 12002
CS Tiligul-Tiras Tiraspol 12003
Steaua Chişinău 12004
Dinamo Bender 12005
Viitorul Orhei 12009
FC Costuleni 12010
Locomotiv Bălţi 12011
Veris Drăgănești 12013
Saxan Ceadîr-Lunga 12014
Spicul Chișcăreni 12016
Victoria Bardar 12017
Codru Lozova 12018
Florești 12019
Bălți 12020–21


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