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The 2011–12 Moldovan National Division (Moldovan: Divizia Națională) was the 21st season of top-tier football in Moldova. The competition began on 23 July 2011 and ended on 23 May 2012.The league was competed by 12 teams and won by Sheriff Tiraspol. Dacia Chișinău, Zimbru Chișinău and, as winners of the 2011–12 Moldovan Cup, Milsami Orhei gained places in the qualification rounds of 2012–13 UEFA Europa League.

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  • Sheriff 6–0 Olimpia
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  • Academia 2–5 Milsami
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  • The 2011–12 Moldovan National Division (Moldovan: Divizia Națională) was the 21st season of top-tier football in Moldova. The competition began on 23 July 2011 and ended on 23 May 2012.The league was competed by 12 teams and won by Sheriff Tiraspol. Dacia Chișinău, Zimbru Chișinău and, as winners of the 2011–12 Moldovan Cup, Milsami Orhei gained places in the qualification rounds of 2012–13 UEFA Europa League.
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  • 2011–12 Moldovan National Division
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  • The 2011–12 Moldovan National Division (Moldovan: Divizia Națională) was the 21st season of top-tier football in Moldova. The competition began on 23 July 2011 and ended on 23 May 2012.The league was competed by 12 teams and won by Sheriff Tiraspol. Dacia Chișinău, Zimbru Chișinău and, as winners of the 2011–12 Moldovan Cup, Milsami Orhei gained places in the qualification rounds of 2012–13 UEFA Europa League. CSCA–Rapid Chișinău and FC Costuleni were originally relegated on competitive grounds, but were both spared later after Sfintul Gheorghe Suruceni did not obtain a National Division licence for 2012–13 and only one team could be promoted from the 2011–12 A Division on the same grounds.
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  • UEL
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  • Location of teams in National Division 2011–12
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  • * Jean Bouli * Igor Costrov * Artem Kozlov * Cătălin Lichioiu * Iurie Livandovschi * Jude Ogada * Mihail Plătică * Alexandru Popovici * Claudiu Octavian Vâlcu
  • * Babatunde Ajibola * Dumitru Bacal * Alexandru Bălțoi * Denis Banari * Akhmet Barakhoyev * Andrian Cașcaval * Serhiy Chebotayev * Oleg Clonin * Alexandr Cucerenco * Jhonatan Pereira * Cristian Daminuță * Maxwell Egwuatu * Rafael Wellington Pérez * Valentin Furdui * Caio Suguino * Cornel Gheți * Alexandru A. Grosu * Serghei Istrati * Ion Jardan * Alexei Josan * Levan Korgalidze * Anton Kovalevsky * Maxim Kuba * Igor Lambarschi * Sergiu Mocanu * Renat Murguleț * Denis Omerbegovic * Octavian Onofrei * Serghei Pogreban * German Pyatnikov * Alexandru Răilean * Yakup Sertkaya * Sandro Shugladze * Eugen Sidorenco * Oleg Șișchin * Alfredo Rafael Sosa * Tudor Starciuc * Slaven Stjepanović * Ion Ursu
  • * Radu Gînsari * Gheorghe Ovseannicov
  • * Valeriu Ciupercă * Roland Bilala * Matviy Bobal * Alexandru Cucu * Sergiu Cuznețov * Célio Santos * Serghei Gheorghiev * Alexandru Golban * Victor Gonța * Adama Guira * Serghei Epureanu * Marcel Metoua * Aleksandr Nechayev * Daniil Nikolaev * Andrei Novicov * Darwin Ríos * Marius Robert Roman * Miral Samardžić * Marian Stoleru * Vazha Tarkhnishvili * Alexandru Tcaciuc * Victor Truhanov * Mihai Ţurcan * Sergiu Zacon * Nail Zamaliyev
  • * Oleg Andronic * Daniel Akhtyamov * Kemal Alomerović * Daniel Bălașa * Daniel Barna * Vitalie Bulat * Victor Bulat * Iulian Bursuc * Marius Călin * Adrian Caragea * Vasile Carauș * Vadim Cemîrtan * Andrei Ciofu * Vadim Clipca * Andrei Cojocari * Vinicius Fabbron * Fred Nélson de Olivera * Alexandru Dedov * Kirill Erokhin * Valerian Gârlă * Mykyta Gavrylenko * Dumitru Gliga * Eugen Gorceac * Eduard Grosu * Sergiu Gusacov * Jean-Robens Jerome * Kouadio Kouassi * Thomas Kourouma * Valentin Lungu * Aleksey Lyubushkin * Vitalie Manaliu * Vitalie Mardari * Sergiu Matei * Alexandr Muzîciuc * Gheorghe Nicologlo * Yusif Nurudeen * Nicolae Orlovschi * Alexandr Pașcenco * Daniel Pîslă * Vitalie Plămădeală * Veaceslav Posmac * Maxim Potîrniche * Vladimir Potlog * Denis Rassulov * Vadim Rață * Vasile Rusu * Aleš Šuster * Alexandru Scripcenco * Vasyl Shehda * Eugen Slivca * Veaceslav Sofroni * Maxim Șoimu * Andrei Solodchi * Adrian Sosnovschi * Osman Sow * Andrei Tcaciuc * Alexandru Tofan * Abu Tommy * Janko Tumbasević * Timur Vâlcu * Dmitrii Vornișel * Vadim Yerchuk
  • * Adrian Grigoruță * Alexandru S. Grosu * Ousmane Traoré * Yevhen Zarichnyuk
  • * Maxim Antoniuc * Anatolii Cheptine * Eugen Gorodețchi * Ademar Xavier * Volodymyr Kilikevych
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  • July 2011
  • September 2011
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