Belarus Premier League 2022/2023 Fixtures,Results and Table Standings

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Belarus Premier League 2022/2023 Fixtures,Results and Table Standings

 

Belarus Premier League 2022/2023 Fixtures

May 18, 2022
BATE 00:00 Slutsk
May 20, 2022
Minsk 15:00 Shakhtyor
Arsenal 17:00 Energetyk-BGU
May 21, 2022
Belshina 12:00 Isloch
May 22, 2022
Dnepr Mogilev 12:00 Dinamo Brest
Slavia 14:00 Neman Grodno
Dinamo Minsk 16:00 Vitebsk
May 26, 2022
Minsk 15:00 Arsenal
May 27, 2022
Isloch 14:00 Dnepr Mogilev
Slutsk 16:00 Gomel
May 28, 2022
Dinamo Brest 12:00 BATE
Torpedo BelAZ 14:00 Dinamo Minsk
Shakhtyor 16:00 Vitebsk
May 29, 2022
Energetyk-BGU 13:00 Slavia
Neman Grodno 15:00 Belshina

Belarus Premier League 2022/2023 Results

May 15, 2022
Neman Grodno 2 - 0 Arsenal
Slutsk 2 - 2 Dnepr Mogilev
Isloch 0 - 2 Slavia
May 14, 2022
Shakhtyor 1 - 0 Dinamo Minsk
Dinamo Brest 1 - 1 Belshina
Energetyk-BGU 2 - 0 Minsk
May 13, 2022
Torpedo BelAZ 0 - 0 BATE
Vitebsk 1 - 1 Gomel
May 8, 2022
Gomel 0 - 1 Dinamo Minsk
Energetyk-BGU 0 - 1 Shakhtyor
BATE 2 - 1 Vitebsk
Minsk 3 - 2 Neman Grodno
May 7, 2022
Slavia 3 - 1 Dinamo Brest
Belshina 0 - 2 Slutsk
Dnepr Mogilev 0 - 1 Torpedo BelAZ
Arsenal 1 - 3 Isloch
May 2, 2022
Dinamo Minsk 2 - 2 BATE
Shakhtyor 1 - 0 Gomel
Neman Grodno 1 - 4 Energetyk-BGU
Vitebsk 2 - 1 Dnepr Mogilev

Belarus Premier League 2022/2023 Table Standings

# Team MP W D L F A G P
1 BATE 8 6 2 0 16 4 +12 20
2 Energetyk-BGU 8 5 1 2 16 8 +8 16
3 Shakhtyor 8 4 3 1 10 4 +6 15
4 Dinamo Minsk 8 4 3 1 9 5 +4 15
5 Minsk 8 4 1 3 11 10 +1 13
6 Slutsk 8 3 4 1 11 9 +2 13
7 Slavia 8 4 1 3 13 9 +4 13
8 Neman Grodno 8 3 3 2 11 10 +1 12
9 Isloch 8 3 3 2 12 10 +2 12
10 Gomel 8 3 1 4 10 11 -1 10
11 Torpedo BelAZ 8 2 2 4 6 11 -5 8
12 Belshina 8 1 4 3 8 12 -4 7
13 Vitebsk 8 1 4 3 8 13 -5 7
14 Dinamo Brest 8 0 4 4 7 13 -6 4
15 Arsenal 8 0 4 4 4 10 -6 4
16 Dnepr Mogilev 8 0 2 6 4 17 -13 2

The Belarusian Premier League or the Vyšejšaja Liha or the Vysheyshaya Liga (Belarusian: Вышэйшая ліга, Russian: Высшая лига, “Top League”) is the top division of professional football in Belarus, and is organized by the Belarusian Football Federation. The number of teams in the competition has varied over the years from as high as 17 (1992–93 season) to as low as 11 (2012).

Belarus Premier League Table 2022/2023 – Vysheyshaya Liga

# Team MP W D L F A G P
1 BATE 8 6 2 0 16 4 +12 20
2 Energetyk-BGU 8 5 1 2 16 8 +8 16
3 Shakhtyor 8 4 3 1 10 4 +6 15
4 Dinamo Minsk 8 4 3 1 9 5 +4 15
5 Minsk 8 4 1 3 11 10 +1 13
6 Slutsk 8 3 4 1 11 9 +2 13
7 Slavia 8 4 1 3 13 9 +4 13
8 Neman Grodno 8 3 3 2 11 10 +1 12
9 Isloch 8 3 3 2 12 10 +2 12
10 Gomel 8 3 1 4 10 11 -1 10
11 Torpedo BelAZ 8 2 2 4 6 11 -5 8
12 Belshina 8 1 4 3 8 12 -4 7
13 Vitebsk 8 1 4 3 8 13 -5 7
14 Dinamo Brest 8 0 4 4 7 13 -6 4
15 Arsenal 8 0 4 4 4 10 -6 4
16 Dnepr Mogilev 8 0 2 6 4 17 -13 2

As of 2016, the league includes 16 teams. Each team plays every other team twice during the course of the season. At the end of the season, the two teams with the fewest points are automatically relegated to the Belarusian First League, while the third worst team plays a promotion-relegation playoff against the third best team from the second tier. The top two teams from the Belarusian First League automatically win promotion to the Premier League. Shakhtyor Soligorsk are the current champions, after winning their second championship title in 2020.

Belarus Premier League History

The Belarusian Premier League was organized in 1992. The first participants were: Dinamo Minsk, the only Belarusian side in the former Soviet Top League, five teams from the lower tiers of the Soviet league system, and ten teams who were previous competitors in the Belarusian SSR First League.
After the league creation, it was decided to change its schedule from a Soviet-style summer season to a European-style winter season. To perform the transition, the first season was shortened, consisting of a single round-robin tournament between 16 teams, finishing in mid-summer. Due to the shortened season, no team was relegated from the Premier League and only one was promoted from the First League. The 1992–93 season had 17 teams, but was reduced back to 16 teams for the following season. In 1995, the winter season experiment was proven unsuccessful due to poor weather and field conditions in Belarus in the late autumn and early spring. The season was changed back to summer, and the 1995 championship was once again held as a single round-robin tournament. Every season since 1996 has been played in the summer.
Throughout the 2000s, the number of competing teams has changed several times. In 2001, the league was reduced to 14 teams, but expanded back to 16 in 2003. In 2005, after two teams withdrew before the start of the season, the league was once again reduced to 14 clubs, but expanded again to 16 teams in 2008. That same year, the decision was made to gradually reduce the number of teams even more, starting with 14 teams in 2009 and 12 in 2010 onwards. 2012 season was played with only 11 teams due to last minute withdrawal of Partizan Minsk.
In its earliest years, the league was dominated by Dinamo Minsk, who won the league five times in a row between 1992 and 1995. During the next ten seasons, seven different teams finished as champions: Slavia Mozyr (1996 as MPKC Mozyr, 2000), Dinamo Minsk (1997, 2004), Dnepr-Transmash Mogilev (1998), BATE Borisov (1999, 2002), Belshina Bobruisk (2001), Gomel (2003), Shakhtyor Soligorsk (2005). Since 2006, BATE Borisov has dominated the league, winning 13 championships in a row (2006–2018), and becoming the first Belarusian team to reach the group stage of the UEFA Champions League (2008) and the UEFA Europa League (2009) (feats that they have achieved repeatedly in the following years).
In March 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all the other football leagues in Europe were postponed, and by the end of the month, the Belarusian Premier League was the only top-flight league in the continent that was still playing.[1] Due to this, the league gained substantially increased viewership from abroad, with fans from all over the world watching the games online, due to the league being the only significant professional football available; the league signed new television rights deals with networks from countries including Russia and India.[2][3] Matches were also streamed on the Belarusian Football Federation’s YouTube channel.[4] British betting companies also offered odds for the various matches,[clarification needed] as the league’s profile, previously relatively unknown outside of the country, grew a larger audience due to sporting inactivity elsewhere

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Belarus Premier League 2022/2023 Fixtures,Results and Table Standings

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