Amateur Football League

Amateur Football League

, located one step above. The league is divided in ten regional divisions.

Far East

Champions:
*1987 - Montazhnik Yakutsk
*1991 - Lokomotiv Ussuriysk
*1992 - Portovik Vladivostok
*1994 - Voshod Vladivostok
*1995 - Rybak Starodubskoe
*1996 - Portovik Vladivostok
*1997 - Gornyak Raychihinsk
*1998 - Viktoriya Komsomolsk-on-Amur
*1999 - Viktoriya Komsomolsk-on-Amur
*2000 - Viktoriya Komsomolsk-on-Amur
*2001 - Portovik Holmsk
*2002 - Neftyannik Nogliki
*2003 - Portovik Holmsk
*2004 - Portovik Holmsk
*2005 - Portovik Holmsk
*2006 - Sakhalin Yuzhno Sakhalinsk
*2007 - Portovik-Energia Holmsk

iberia

Champions:
*1992 - Motor Prokopjevsk
*1993 - Dorozhnik Ujar
*1994 - Viktoriya Nazarovo
*1995 - Yantar Seversk
*1996 - Atom Zheleznogorsk
*1997 - Sibiryak Bratsk
*1998 - Reformaciya Abakan
*1999 - Olimpik Novosibirsk
*2000 - Chkalovets-1936 Novosibirsk
*2001 - Torpedo-Alttrak Rubtsovsk
*2002 - Energis Irkutsk
*2003 - Shahta Raspadskaya Mezhdurechensk
*2004 - Chkalovets Novosibirsk
*2005 - Raspadskaya Mezhdurechensk
*2006 - Raspadskaya Mezhdurechensk
*2007 - Raspadskaya Mezhdurechensk

Ural and West Siberia

Champions:
*1998 - RTI FC
*1999 - Titan Berezniki
*2000 - Titan Berezniki
*2001 - Lukoil Chelyabinsk
*2002 - Tobol Kurgan
*2003 - Metallurg Zlatoust
*2004 - FC Tyumen
*2005 - FC Tyumen
*2006 - FC Magnitogorsk
*2007 - Goryak Uchaly

North West

Champions:
*1998 - Oazis Yartsevo
*1999 - FC Pskov
*2000 - Svetogorets Svetogorsk
*2001 - FC Kondopoga
*2002 - FC Pikalyovo
*2003 - Baltika-Tarko Kaliningrad
*2004 - Lokomotiv St.Petersburg
*2005 - Baltika-2 Kaliningrad
*2006 - Apatit Kirovsk
*2007 - Sever Murmansk

Centre (Moscow)

Champions:
*1998 - Spartak-Chukotka Moscow
*1999 - Moskabelmet Moscow
*2000 - FC Torpedo-ZIL (youth)
*2001 - Mostransgaz Selyatino
*2002 - Nosorogi Moscow
*2003 - Almaz Moscow
*2004 - FC Presnya Moscow
*2005 - FC Torpedo-RG
*2006 - FC Zelenograd
*2007 - Spartak-Avto Moscow

Centre (Moscow Oblast)

Champions:
*1997 - FC Gigant Voskresensk
*1998 - FC Vityaz Podolsk
*1999 - FC Krasnoznamensk-Selyatino
*2000 - :*Group A - FC Vityaz Podolsk:*Group B - CYSS Khimki
*2001 - FC Reutov
*2002 - FC Lobnya-Alla
*2003 - FC Lobnya-Alla
*2004 - FC Lokomotiv-MostOtryad № 99
*2005 - :*Group A - FC Fortuna Mytishchi:*Group B - FC Dmitrov
*2006 - :*Group A - FC ZNamya Truda Orekhovo-Zuyevo:*Group B - FC Titan Klin
*2007 - :*Group A - FC Istra:*Group B - FC Senezh Solnechnogorsk

Golden Ring

Champions:
*1998 - FC Kovrovets Kovrov
*1998 - FC Mashinostroitel Kirov
*1999 - FC Severstal Cherepovets
*2000 - FC Torpedo Vladimir
*2001 - FC BSK Spirovo
*2002 - FC Ratmir Tver
*2003 - FC Volga Tver
*2004 - FC MZhK Ryazan
*2005 - FC Ryazanskaya GRES Novomichurinsk
*2006 - FC Kooperator Vichuga
*2007 - FC Kooperator Vichuga

Chernozemic Region

Champions:
*1998 - FC Oskol Stary Oskol
*1999 - FC Elec
*2000 - FC Salyut-Energia Belgorod
*2001 - FC Magnit Zheleznogorsk
*2002 - FC Tekstilshchik Kamyshin
*2003 - FC Rotor-2 Volgograd
*2004 - FC Lkomotiv Liski
*2005 - FC Dinamo Voronezh
*2006 - FC Torpedo Volzhsky
*2007 - FC Zodiak Stary Oskol

Privolzhye

Champions:
*1998 - FC Metallurg Vyksa
*1999 - FC Yoshkar-Ola
*2000 - FC Alnas
*2001 - FC Zenit Penza
*2002 - FC Lokomotiv Nizhny Novgorod
*2003 - FC Rubin-2 Kazan
*2004 - FC Naberezhnye Chelny
*2005 - FC Yunit Samara
*2006 - FC Sokol-Saratov
*2007 - FC Khimik Dzerzhink

outh

Champions:
*1996 - FC Avangard Kamyshyn
*1997 - FC Sudostroitel Astrakhan
*1998 - FC SKA Rostov-on-Don
*1999 - FC Signal Razvyadnoe
*2000 - FC Lokomotiv-Taim Mineralnye Vody
*2001 - FC Nart Cherkessk
*2002 - FC Mashuk Pyatigorsk
*2003 - FC Aruan Nartkala
*2004 - FC Avangard Lazarevskoe
*2005 - FC Chernomorets Novorossiysk
*2006 - FC Bataysk-2007
*2007 - FC Nika Krasny Sulin


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