|1||Shakhtar Donetsk||17||47||15||2||0||36||8||+28 2|
|2||Dyn. Kiev||17||36||11||3||3||33||14||+19 3|
|3||FK Zorya Luhansk||16||31||9||4||3||25||13||+12|
|7||Ch. Odessa||18||23||6||5||7||13||21||-8 1|
|8||Vorskla Poltava||17||19||5||4||8||18||21||-3 1|
|10||Stal Kamianske||17||15||3||6||8||14||22||-8 1|
|11||Zirka Kropyvnytskyi||18||15||4||3||11||15||29||-14 1|
|13||Volyn Lutsk||17||9||2||3||12||12||31||-19 3|
|16||Stal Kamjanske||1||0||0||0||1||0||3||-3 3|
The Ukrainian Premier League (Ukrainian: "Прем'єр-ліга") is the highest division of Ukrainian annual football championship. As the Vyshcha Liha (Supreme League) it was formed in 1991 upon discontinuation of the Soviet championship and included the Ukrainian-based clubs that competed in the Soviet competitions. In 1996 along with all the professional football leagues of Ukraine, the Supreme League became a member of the Professional Football League of Ukraine.
In 2008 it was reformed into a more autonomous entity of both the Professional League and the Football Federation of Ukraine, officially changing its name to the current one. Its rank was 8th highest in Europe as rated by UEFA as of 2014.
Among Ukrainian fans the most popular Ukrainian clubs are Dynamo Kyiv and Shakhtar Donetsk. Far behind those two are trailing Metalist Kharkiv, Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk, Karpaty Lviv and Chornomorets Odesa.