Ukrainian Women's Handball Super League
|No. of teams||6 (2016–17)|
|Halychanka Lviv (3rd title)|
|Most titles||Motor Zaporizhia|
The league was founded in 1992. It is run by the Handball Federation of Ukraine (FHU). Before, the Ukrainian teams played in the championship of the USSR. During the seasons from 1991–92 till 1999–2000 it was called the Supreme League (Ukrainian: Гандбольна Вища ліга). During the seasons from 2000–01 till 2003–04 it was called the Supreme League A (Ukrainian: Гандбольна Вища ліга «А»). It is named Super League (Ukrainian: Суперліга) since the 2004–05 season.
Between leagues at the end of each season, the teams exchanged – the worst drop in the lower-ranking division, their places are taken by the best team of the lower leagues. The best teams of the Super League play in European Cup tournaments held under the auspices of the European Handball Federation (EHF).
Performance by club
|Sparta Kryvyi Rih||3||0||0|
|Podatkovyi Universytet Irpin||0||1||3|