Russian Futsal Super League
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Founded1991; 31 years ago (1991)
CountryRussia
ConfederationUEFA
Number of teams9
Domestic cup(s)Russian Futsal Cup
International cup(s)UEFA Futsal Cup
Current championsGazprom-Ugra (3)
Most championshipsDinamo Moscow (11)
Websiteamfr.ru
Current: 2021/2022

The Russian Futsal Superleague (Russian: Чемпионат России по мини-футболу (Суперлига), Superliga; complete official name Parimatch-Russian Futsal Championship among the club teams of Superleague, Russian: Париматч-Первенство России по мини-футболу среди команд клубов Суперлиги) is the premier professional futsal league in Russia. It was founded in 1991. The Super League, which is played under UEFA rules, currently consists of 9 teams.

Champions and prize winners

Season Champions 2nd place 3rd place
1991 KSM-24 (Moscow) (1) Metallurg (Aldan) Agros-Intex (Chişinău)
1992 Dina (Moscow) Spartak (Moscow) Stroitel (Novouralsk)
1992–93 Dina (Moscow) Dina-MAB (Moscow) Fenix (Chelyabinsk)
1993–94 Dina (Moscow) Fenix (Chelyabinsk) KSM-24 (Moscow)
1994–95 Dina (Moscow) Minkas (Moscow) VIZ (Yekaterinburg)
1995–96 Dina (Moscow) KSM-24 (Moscow) TTG (Yugorsk)
1996–97 Dina (Moscow) GKI-Gazprom (Moscow) TTG-Java (Yugorsk)
1997–98 Dina (Moscow) VIZ-Sinara (Yekaterinburg) GKI-Gazprom (Moscow)
1998–99 Dina (Moscow) VIZ-Sinara (Yekaterinburg) Minkas (Moscow)
1999–2000 Dina (Moscow) Spartak (Moscow) GKI-Gazprom (Moscow)
2000–01 Spartak (Moscow) (1) Norilsky Nikel (Norilsk) TTG-Java-Java (Yugorsk)
2001–02 Norilsky Nikel (Norilsk) (1) GKI-Gazprom (Moscow) Spartak (Moscow)
2002–03 Dinamo (Moscow) Norilsky Nikel (Norilsk) VIZ-Sinara (Yekaterinburg)
2003–04 Dinamo (Moscow) Dina (Moscow) VIZ-Sinara (Yekaterinburg)
2004–05 Dinamo (Moscow) Spartak-Shchyolkovo (Moscow Oblast) VIZ-Sinara (Yekaterinburg)
2005–06 Dinamo (Moscow) VIZ-Sinara (Yekaterinburg) Spartak-Shchyolkovo (Moscow Oblast)
2006–07 Dinamo (Moscow) VIZ-Sinara (Yekaterinburg) TTG-Java (Yugorsk)
2007–08 Dinamo-Yamal (Moscow) TTG-Java (Yugorsk) VIZ-Sinara (Yekaterinburg)
2008–09 VIZ-Sinara (Yekaterinburg) Dinamo-Yamal (Moscow) TTG-Yugra (Yugorsk)
2009–10 VIZ-Sinara (Yekaterinburg) Tyumen (Tyumen) Dinamo-Yamal (Moscow)
2010–11 Dinamo Moscow VIZ-Sinara (Yekaterinburg) Sibiryak (Novosibirsk)
2011–12 Dinamo Moscow Sibiryak (Novosibirsk) Gazprom-Ugra (Yugorsk)
2012–13 Dinamo Moscow oblast Gazprom-Ugra (Yugorsk) MFK Tyumen
2013–14 Dina (Moscow) (10) Gazprom-Ugra (Yugorsk) Sibiryak (Novosibirsk)
2014–15 Gazprom-Ugra (Yugorsk) Dinamo Moscow oblast Sibiryak (Novosibirsk)
2015–16 Dinamo Moscow Gazprom-Ugra (Yugorsk) Sibiryak (Novosibirsk)
2016–17 Dinamo Moscow (11) Dina (Moscow) Gazprom-Ugra (Yugorsk)
2017–18 Gazprom-Ugra (Yugorsk) (2) Sibiryak (Novosibirsk) MFK Tyumen
2018–19 Tyumen (1) MFK KPRF (Moscow) Dinamo-Samara
2019–20 MFK KPRF (Moscow) (1) Gazprom-Ugra (Yugorsk) Sinara (Yekaterinburg)
2020–21 Sinara (Yekaterinburg) (3) Tyumen (Tyumen) Norilsk Nickel (Norilsk)
2021–22 Gazprom-Ugra (Yugorsk) (3) MFK KPRF (Moscow) Norilsk Nickel (Norilsk)

Teams 2020-2021

Club City Area
Dinamo-Samara
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Samara
SC “MTL-Arena”
Gazprom-Ugra
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Yugorsk
Sport Home “Yubileiny”
Current champions
KPRF
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Moscow
SC “Yunost”, Klimovsk
Novaya Generatsiya
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Syktyvkar
SC “Orbita”
Norilsky Nikel
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Norilsk
FOK “Аika”
Sinara
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Yekaterinburg
DIVS
League newcomer
Torpedo
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Nizhny Novgorod
FOK “Meshchersky”
Tyumen
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Tyumen
SC “Tsentralnyy”
Ukhta
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Ukhta
USC “Ukhta”

References