|Date||R||Home vs Away||-|
|10/09 07:00||13||SKA Energia Khabarovsk vs Rubin Kazan||View|
|10/09 11:00||13||Krasnodar II vs FK Volga Ulyanovsk||View|
|10/09 12:00||13||Akron Tolyatti vs PFC Kuban||View|
|10/09 13:00||13||Shinnik Yaroslavl vs Veles||View|
|10/09 13:00||13||Volgar G Astrakhan vs Kamaz Nab Chelny||View|
|10/09 13:00||13||Dynamo Makhachkala vs FC Ufa||View|
|10/09 15:00||13||Baltika Kaliningrad vs Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk||View|
|10/09 15:00||13||Rodina Moscow vs FK Yenisey||View|
|10/10 16:30||13||Arsenal Tula vs Alania Vladikavkaz||View|
|10/14 14:00||14||Kamaz Nab Chelny vs FK Yenisey||View|
|10/16 12:00||14||PFC Kuban vs Baltika Kaliningrad||View|
|10/16 12:00||14||FK Volga Ulyanovsk vs Akron Tolyatti||View|
|Date||R||Home vs Away||-|
|10/01 16:00||12||Alania Vladikavkaz vs Shinnik Yaroslavl||3-1|
|10/01 15:00||12||PFC Kuban vs Krasnodar II||4-0|
|10/01 15:00||12||Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk vs Akron Tolyatti||0-1|
|10/01 13:00||12||Rubin Kazan vs Arsenal Tula||1-2|
|10/01 13:00||12||Kamaz Nab Chelny vs Rodina Moscow||2-0|
|10/01 12:00||12||FK Volga Ulyanovsk vs SKA Energia Khabarovsk||0-0|
|10/01 11:00||12||Veles vs Volgar G Astrakhan||1-3|
|10/01 10:00||12||FK Yenisey vs Dynamo Makhachkala||2-0|
|10/01 08:45||12||FC Ufa vs Baltika Kaliningrad||0-2|
|09/25 15:00||11||Dynamo Makhachkala vs Rodina Moscow||0-0|
|09/25 14:00||11||Volgar G Astrakhan vs Alania Vladikavkaz||0-0|
|09/25 14:00||11||Baltika Kaliningrad vs FK Yenisey||3-2|
The Russian First League (Russian: Первая лига, Pervaya liga), formerly called Russian First Division (Russian: Первый дивизион) and Russian Football National League (FNL) (Russian: Первенство Футбольной Национальной Лиги, Pervenstvo Futbol'noy Natsional'noy Ligi) is the second level of the Russian football league system.
The Russian Professional Football League (PFL) used to run the division. Since 2011, it has been managed by the Football National League.
The league consists of 18 clubs. After each season the two top clubs are promoted to the Premier League, and the bottom four clubs are relegated to the Russian Professional Football League. Third and fourth team play in home-and-away promotion play-offs against the 13th and 14th Premier League teams. In case one or more clubs are not licensed to participate for the upcoming season, the teams previously relegated are kept in the league instead, in the order of last season's standings. The reserve squads of the Premier League teams (such as FC Krasnodar-2) are not eligible for promotion, only for relegation.
Due to the dissolution of the Soviet Union, all Russian clubs of the former Soviet Top League and Soviet First League unified into the Russian Top Division, which meant that the new second tier of Russian football would remain regionalized.
On 10 June 2022, the number of teams in the league was reduced from 20 to 18 for the 2022–23 season. On the same day, the league requested Russian Football Union to rename the league to its historical name of Russian First League. RFU officially approved the name change on 23 June 2022. On the same date the league announced that the league's title sponsor would be a bookmaker Melbet.