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Sri Lanka Football Premier League

Sri Lanka Football Premier League
Country Sri Lanka
Confederation AFC
Founded 1985
Number of teams 12
Level on pyramid 1
Relegation to Division I
Domestic cup(s) Sri Lanka FA Cup
International cup(s) AFC Cup
Current champions Solid SC(1st title)
Most championships Saunders SC (12th titles)
2015 Season

The Sri Lanka Football Premier League (currently known under its sponsored name Dialog Champions League) is a Sri Lanka professional league for men's association football clubs. At the top of the Sri Lankan football league system, it is the country's primary football competition. Contested by 12 clubs, it operates on a system of promotion and relegation with the Division I


  • 2014–15 Clubs 1
  • Previous winners 2
  • Most Championships 3
  • Topscorers 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

2014–15 Clubs

Previous winners

Champions so far:[1]

Season Champions Runners-up
1985 Saunders SC
1986 Saunders SC
1987 Saunders SC
1988 Old Bens SC
1989 Saunders SC
1990 Renown SC
1991 Saunders SC
1992 Saunders SC
1993 Renown SC
1994 Renown SC
1995 Pettah United SC
1996 Saunders SC
1997 Saunders SC
1997–98 Ratnam SC
1998–99 Saunders SC
1999-00 Ratnam SC
2000–01 Saunders SC
2001–02 Saunders SC
2002–03 Negombo Youth SC
2003–04 Blue Star SC
2004–05 Saunders SC
2005–06 Negombo Youth SC
2006–07 Ratnam SC
2007–08 Ratnam SC
2008–09 Army SC Ratnam SC
2009–10 Renown SC Air Force SC
2010–11 Don Bosco SC Army SC
2011–12 Ratnam SC Army SC
2013–14 Air Force SC Ratnam SC
2014–15 Solid SC

Most Championships

The number of national championships that clubs in Sri Lanka have attained.

Number of Championships
Saunders SC 12
Ratnam SC 5
Renown SC 4
Negombo Youth SC 2
Old Bens SC 1
Pettah United SC 1
Blue Star SC 1
Army SC 1
Don Bosco SC 1
Air Force SC 1
Solid SC 1


Year Best scorers Team Goals
2006–07 Kasun Jayasuriya Ratnam SC 24
2003–04 M.A.M. Farzeen Blue Stars 19
2009–10 Mohamed Fazal Renown SC 14
2008–09 Kasun Jayasuriya Renown SC 13
2007–08 Kasun Jayasuriya Ratnam SC 12


  1. ^ "Sri Lanka – List of Champions". RSSSF. Retrieved 26 April 2012. 

External links

  • League at FIFA
  • League at
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