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The Soviet Sport Tournament was a collection of multiple tournaments in the Soviet Union. They were comprised mostly of Soviet clubs, but other squads from around Europe frequently took part in the tournaments.

The tournament was sponsored by the Soviet Sport newspaper.

ChampionsEdit

  • 1988: Krylya Sovetov Moscow (Kiev T.), Spartak Moscow (Chelyabinsk T.), Dinamo Riga (Riga T.), Khimik Voskresensk (Sverdlovsk T.)
  • 1987: Spartak Moscow (Moscow T.), Traktor Chelyabinsk (Leningrad T.), Khimik Voskresensk (Riga T.), Sokol Kiev (Kiev T.)
  • 1986: Khimik Voskresensk (Kiev T.), CSKA Moscow (Leningrad T.), Krylya Sovetov Moscow (Riga T.), Spartak Moscow (Tallinn T.)
  • 1985: Spartak Moscow (Kiev T.), Dinamo Riga (Riga T.), Dynamo Moscow (Tallinn T.)
  • 1984: Spartak Moscow (Leningrad T.), CSKA Moscow (Riga T.), Dynamo Moscow (Tallinn T.)
  • 1983: SKA Leningrad (Leningrad T.), Dynamo Moscow (Riga T.), Spartak Moscow (Kiev T.)
  • 1982: CSKA Moscow (Leningrad T.), Spartak Moscow (Kiev T.), Dynamo Moscow (Riga T.)
  • 1981: Spartak Moscow (Riga T.), Krylya Sovetov Moscow (Leningrad T.), Salavat Yulaev Ufa (Donetsk T.)
  • 1980: CSKA Moscow (Leningrad T.), Sokol Kiev (Kiev T.), Dynamo Moscow (Riga T.)
  • 1979: Izhstal Izhevsk (Severdonetsk T.), Traktor Chelyabinsk (Leningrad T.), Sokol Kiev (Kiev T.), Spartak Moscow (Riga T.)
  • 1978: Dynamo Moscow
  • 1977: Dynamo Moscow
  • 1976: CSKA Moscow (Leningrad T.), Dynamo Moscow (Minsk T.), Dinamo Riga (Riga T.), Salavat Yulaev Ufa (Tashkent T.)
  • 1975: Dynamo Moscow (Leningrad T.), Torpedo Gorky (Kiev T.), CSKA Moscow (Riga T.), Krylya Sovetov Moscow (Cherepovets T.)
  • 1974: SKA Leningrad (Leningrad T.), Krylya Sovetov Moscow (Kiev T.), Spartak Moscow (Riga T.), Torpedo Gorky (Minsk T.)
  • 1973: CSKA Moscow
  • 1972: CSKA Moscow
  • 1971: CSKA Moscow
  • 1970: Spartak Moscow
  • 1969: CSKA Moscow
  • 1968: CSKA Moscow
  • 1967: Spartak Moscow
  • 1966: CSKA Moscow
  • 1965: CSKA Moscow
  • 1964: Dynamo Moscow
  • 1963: Khimik Voskresensk
  • 1962: CSKA Moscow
  • 1961: CSKA Moscow
  • 1960: Torpedo Gorky
  • 1958: CSK MO Moscow
  • 1957 (first official SST): CSK MO Moscow
  • 1956 ("Tournament with a Handicap" - precursor to the SST): CSK MO Moscow

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