The Ukrainian Premier League (UPL) 2021/2022 season has been terminated after 18 matches due to the on-going martial law and the title will not be awarded. UPL has been placed on pause since February when Russia invaded Ukraine.
In the statement provided by UPL it states that the clubs supports the idea:
“The football clubs of the Ukrainian Premier League supported the proposal to terminate the 2021/22 season … since the championship cannot be completed due to the extension of martial law status in Ukraine,”

“The standings as of Feb. 24, 2022 will be the final standings of the 2021/22 season, with no winners to be awarded. The corresponding decision was submitted for approval by the executive committee of the Ukrainian Association of Football.”
The last fixtures kicked-off in December before the league went on a three-month winter break. Shakhtar Donetsk were the log leaders with 47 points, followed the close pursuers Dynamo Kyiv on 40 points, then Dnipro-1 closing the top three with 40 points.

The top two teams earn qualification for the Champions League.

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