1992–93 in Russian futsal - Women's League - Final round

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Final round 1 4th places 1 4th places (C) 5 4 2 1

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Number of Data columns : 4 Number of Data rows : 4
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Data row number BALBaltika St. Petersburg TANTanais Voronezh GLOGloria Khimki SIUSiurpriz Moscow

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Name Description Data Type
BALBaltika St. Petersburg text
TANTanais Voronezh text
GLOGloria Khimki text
SIUSiurpriz Moscow text

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