Football in Kazakhstan - Champions During Soviet Era (1936-91)

Champions During Soviet Era (1936-91)

A Kazakh SSR championship was founded in 1936 with no Kazakh clubs competing in the Soviet Top League. The winners of this competition were:

1936-81

  • 1936 - Sbornaya Almaty
  • 1937 - Dinamo Almaty
  • 1938 - Dinamo Almaty
  • 1939-47 - no competition
  • 1948 - Dinamo Almaty
  • 1949 - Lokomotiv Zhambyl
  • 1950 - Sbornaya Almaty
  • 1951 - Metallurg Shymkent
  • 1952 - Metallurg Shymkent
  • 1953 - Metallurg Shymkent
  • 1954 - Dinamo Almaty
  • 1956 - Sbornaya Almaty
  • 1957 - Stroitel Almaty
  • 1958 - Spartak Almaty
  • 1959 - Spartak Almaty
  • 1960 - Yenbek Guryev
  • 1961 - Avangard Petropavlovsk
  • 1962 - ADK Almaty
  • 1963 - Tselinnik Semipalatinsk
  • 1964 - ADK Almaty
  • 1965 - ADK Almaty
  • 1955 - Dinamo Almaty
  • 1966 - Aktyubinets Aktyubinsk
  • 1967 - Torpedo Kokshetau
  • 1968 - Yenbek Zhezkazgan
  • 1969 - Shakhtyor Saran'
  • 1970 - Stroitel Temirtau
  • 1971 - Yenbek Zhezkazgan
  • 1972 - Traktor Pavlodar
  • 1973 - Yenbek Zhezkazgan
  • 1974 - Gornyak Nikol'sky
  • 1975 - Metallurg Shymkent
  • 1976 - Khimik Stepnogorsk
  • 1977 - Khimik Stepnogorsk
  • 1978 - Trud Shevchenko
  • 1979 - Khimik Stepnogorsk
  • 1980 - Meliorator Shymkent
  • 1981 - Burevestnik Kostanay


1980-81. Zone 7, 3rd level of Soviet football, including Kazakhstan and other Central Asian teams

  • 1980 - Traktor Pavlodar
  • 1981 - Aktyubinets Aktobe


1982-91. Zone 8, 3rd level of Soviet football, including only Kazakhstan teams

  • 1982 - Shakhter Karagandy
  • 1983 - Shakhter Karagandy
  • 1984 - Tselinnik Tselinograd
  • 1985 - Meliorator Shymkent
  • 1986 - Meliorator Shymkent
  • 1987 - Meliorator Shymkent
  • 1988 - Traktor Pavlodar
  • 1989 - Traktor Pavlodar
  • 1990 - Vostok Oskemen
  • 1991 - Aktyubinets Aktobe

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