Algerian Women's Championship

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Algerian Women's Championship
Country  Algeria
Confederation CAF
Founded 1998
Number of teams 10
Relegation to Algerian Women's Championship D2
Domestic cup(s) Algerian Women's Cup
Current champions Affak Relizane
(2013-14)
Most championships ASE Alger Centre
(10 titles)
2013-14 Algerian Women's Championship

The Algerian Women's Championship (Arabic: البطولة الجزائرية للسيدات‎) is the top flight of women's association football in Algeria. It is the women's equivalent of the Ligue 1, but not professional.

History[edit]

The first women's football club formed in Algeria is COS Tiaret in 1975. And since 1990, several women's other clubs began to appear. So it's decide that the first Algerian women's championship began in 1998.

2011-12 teams[edit]

2012-13 teams[edit]

Format[edit]

The teams play a double round-robin. The season usually starts in October and lasts until June.[1]

Champions[edit]

The list of champions and runners-ups:[2]

Year Champions Runners-up
1998-99 [3] JS Kabylie ASE Alger Centre
1999-00 ASE Alger Centre
2000-01 ASE Alger Centre
2001-02 [3] JS Kabylie
2002-03 ASE Alger Centre
2003-04 ASE Alger Centre
2004-05 ASE Alger Centre AS Intissar Oran
2005-06 ASE Alger Centre COS Tiaret
2006-07 ASE Alger Centre JS Kabylie
2007-08 ASE Alger Centre Affak Relizane
2008-09 ASE Alger Centre Affak Relizane
2009-10 ASE Alger Centre Affak Relizane
2010-11 [4] Affak Relizane ASE Alger Centre
2011-12 [5] Affak Relizane CLT Belouizdad
2012-13 [6] Affak Relizane ASE Alger Centre
2013-14 [7] Affak Relizane ASE Alger Centre

Most successful clubs[edit]

Rank Club Champions Runners-Up Winning Seasons Runners-Up Seasons
1
ASE Alger Centre
10
4
2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 1999, 2011, 2013, 2014
2
Affak Relizane
4
3
2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 2008, 2009, 2010
3
APDSF Tizi-Ouzou
2
1
1999, 2002 2007
4
AS Intissar Oran
0
1
2005
COTS Tiaret
0
1
2006
CLT Belouizdad
0
1
2012
  • Rq:
APDSF Tizi-Ouzou (ex. JS Kabylie)
COTS Tiaret (ex. COS Tiaret)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Preview 2011/12 season" (in French). Algerian FA. 18 June 2011. Retrieved 9 July 2011. 
  2. ^ "Algeria (Women) - List of Champions". RSSSF. Retrieved 9 July 2011. 
  3. ^ a b Belahoucine, Lahcène. La Saga du football algérien (in French). p. 274. Le premier champion d'Algérie a été la JSK en devançant de peu l'ASE en 98/99.....Pour les dix autres éditions de cette compétition......domination des algéroises de l'ASE qui remportent presque tous les trophées ne laissant que quelques miettes à la JSK en 1999 et 2002. 
  4. ^ "Final standings 2010/11 season" (12 June 2011) (in French). Algerian FA. Retrieved 9 July 2011. 
  5. ^ "Affak Relizane Algérian champion" (in French). dzfoot.com. Retrieved 20 April 2012. 
  6. ^ "Troisème titre consécutif pour Affak Relizane" (in French). Algérie Presse Service (APS). Retrieved 4 May 2013. 
  7. ^ "4e titre consécutif pour Affak Relizane" (in French). Algérie Presse Service (APS). Retrieved 17 May 2014. 

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