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Malaysian FAM League
2013 FAM League Logo.png
Country Malaysia Malaysia
Confederation AFC
Founded 1952
Divisions 3rd
Number of teams 9
Levels on pyramid 3
Promotion to Premier League
Relegation to States League
Domestic cup(s) Malaysia FA Cup
Current champions Kuantan FA (1st title)
(2014)
Most championships Selangor FA (7th title)
Website www.fam.org.my
2015 Malaysia FAM League

The Malaysia FAM League (formerly known as Malaysia FAM Cup) is the third-tier football league in Malaysia. The tournament used to be a cup format, but it changed 2008 as it was held as a league tournament and changing to its current name.

The league was first held in 1952. The current champion is Penang FA after defeating Shahzan Muda 1-0 to win the league for the fifth time.

History[edit]

Malaysia FAM Cup was established in 1952 as a secondary knockout competition to the more prestigious Malaya Cup, the competition were held between the state teams including Singapore, Police, Army, and Prisons Department of Malaysia in its early days. Starting in 1974, the state teams were barred from entering the competition and only the club sides could enter.

With the advent of two-league Semi-Pro League in 1989, FAM Cup becomes the third-tier competition. In 1993, the format of the competition was changed to include a two-group league followed by the traditional knockout format. Promotion to the professional M-League were introduced for the first time in 1997, Johor FC and NS Chempaka FC the first two sides to be promoted that year.

A further changes were made in 2008 to abolish the knockout stages and introduce a double round-robin league format. The tournament in now known as Malaysia FAM League.[1]

Champions[edit]

Season Champions Runners-up Score in final
1952 Penang Penang FA Selangor Selangor FA 1-0
1953 Kelantan Kelantan FA Selangor Selangor FA 1-1 (Trophy shared)
1954 Kelantan Kelantan FA Combined Services 2-1
1955 Penang Penang FA Selangor Selangor FA 2-1
1956 Penang Penang FA Negeri Sembilan Negeri Sembilan FA 5-1
1957 Penang Penang FA Malacca Malacca FA 8-1
1958 Combined Services Malacca Malacca FA 3-1
1959 Perak Perak FA Johor Johor FA 1-0
1960 Selangor Selangor FA Perak Perak FA 0-0
1961 Selangor Selangor FA Penang Penang FA 5-3
1962 Selangor Selangor FA Penang Penang FA
1963 Singapore Singapore FA Kelantan Kelantan FA 7-0
1964 Perak Perak FA Selangor Selangor FA 7-1
1965 Perak Perak FA Singapore Singapore FA 3-2
1966 Selangor Selangor FA Johor Johor FA 3-0
1967 Singapore Singapore FA Selangor Selangor FA 2-1
1968 Selangor Selangor FA Penang Penang FA 3-2
1969 Terengganu Terengganu FA Selangor Selangor FA 3-1
1970 Malaysia Penjara Malaysia F.C. Selangor Selangor FA 3-2
1971 Malaysia Penjara Malaysia F.C. Kelantan Kelantan FA 5-2
1972 Selangor Selangor FA Kelantan Kelantan FA 2-1
1973 Malaysia Penjara Malaysia F.C. Johor Johor FA 1-0
1974 UMNO F.C. Pahang Kuantan FA 2-1
1975 Pahang Kuantan FA Terengganu PPP Terengganu 1-0
1976 KelantanKelab Sukan Adabi Pahang Kuantan FA 1-0
1977 Pahang Kuantan FA KelantanKelab Kilat 2-2 (Trophy shared)
1978 Negeri Sembilan NS Indians F.C. Selangor PKNS F.C. 0-0 (Trophy shared)
1979 Selangor PKNS F.C. Selangor Hong Chin F.C. 1-2
1980 Pahang Darulmakmur F.C. Negeri Sembilan NS Indians F.C. 4-1
1981 Penang SPPP FC Kuala Lumpur UMBC F.C. 4-2
1982 Selangor Kelab Sultan Sulaiman Federal Territory (Malaysia) MARA F.C. 2-0
1983 Penang SPPP FC
1984 Johor Johor Bahru F.C. Kuala Lumpur Faizar Haris F.C. 2-1
1985 Kuala Lumpur KL Cheq Point F.C. Kuala Lumpur DBKL F.C. 1-0
1986 Unknown
1987 Kuala Lumpur DBKL F.C. Perak Kinta Indians F.C. 1-0
1988 Unknown
1989 Kedah PKNK F.C. Kuala Lumpur DBKL F.C. 1-0
1990 Unknown
1990-91 Kuala Lumpur DBKL F.C. Selangor Public Bank F.C. 1-0
1991-92 Kedah PKNK F.C. Penang Intel F.C. 2-1
1993 Penang Intel F.C. Perak PKNPK F.C. 1-1 (aet) 5-4 (PSO)
1994 Johor PKENJ F.C. Penang Intel F.C. PKENJ F.C. won 1-0 on aggregate
1st leg 1-0; 2nd leg 0-0
1995 Johor PKENJ F.C. Pahang LKPP Pahang F.C. PKENJ F.C. won 2-0 on aggregate
1st leg 1-0; 2nd leg 0-1
19961 Malacca TM F.C. Johor PKENJ F.C. TM FC won 4-3 on penalty
1st leg 2-1; 2nd leg 0-1
1997 Malaysia ATM FA Negeri Sembilan NS Chempaka F.C. ATM FA won 3-0 on aggregate
1st leg 2-0; 2nd leg 1-0
1998 Malacca TM FC Kelantan TNB F.C. TM FC won 5-1 on aggregate
1st leg 4-0; 2nd leg 1-1
1999 Kelantan JKR F.C. Kuala Lumpur Malay Mail F.C. 4-2
2000 Kelantan JKR F.C. Malaysia PDRM FA 1-1 (aet) 6-5 (PSO)
2001 Selangor MPPJ FC Johor SAJ Holdings F.C. 3-1
2002 Kelantan JPS F.C. Perak TKN F.C. 5-0
2003 Selangor PKNS F.C. Selangor MK Land F.C. 3-1
2004 Penang Suria NTFA Perak UPB F.C. 2-1
2005 Kelantan Kelantan FA Pahang Shahzan Muda F.C. 2-0
2006 Johor Pasir Gudang United F.C. Malaysia ATM FA 3-0
2007 Selangor Proton F.C. Sabah Beverly F.C. 4-2
2008 Terengganu PBDKT Johor MBJB FC Held as league tournament
2009 Kuala Lumpur Pos Malaysia F.C. Penang USM FC Held as league tournament
2010 Kuala Lumpur Sime Darby F.C. Penang Sinar Dimaja Maisara F.C. Held as league tournament
2011 Negeri Sembilan Betaria F.C. Johor Johor MBJB F.C. Held as league tournament
2012 Putrajaya Putrajaya SPA F.C. Pahang Shahzan Muda F.C. Held as league tournament
2013 Penang Penang FA Penang PBAPP F.C. Held as league tournament
2014 Pahang Kuantan FA Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur FA Held as league tournament

Performance by club (1952-current)[edit]

Club Winners Runners-up
Selangor FA
7
6
Penang FA
5
3
Kelantan FA
3
3
Perak FA
3
-
Penjara Malaysia
3
-
Singapore FA
2
-
JKR FC
2
-
PKNS FC
2
-
PKENJ FC
2
-
Kuantan FA
3
2
PKNK FC
2
-
SPPP FC
2
-
DBKL FC
2
-
Melaka TMFC
2
-
Intel FC
1
2
Combined Services
1
1
ATM FA
1
1
Terengganu FA
1
-
UMNO FC
1
-
Kelab Sukan Adabi
1
-
NS Indians FC
1
-
Darul Makmur FC
1
-
Kelab Sultan Sulaiman
1
-
Johor Bahru FC
1
-
KL Cheq Point FC
1
-
MPPJ FC
1
-
JPS FC
1
-
Suria NTFA
1
-
Pasir Gudang United FC
1
-
Proton FC
1
-
PBDKT T-Team FC
1
-
Pos Malaysia FC
1
-
Sime Darby FC
1
-
Betaria FC
1
-
Putrajaya SPA FC
1
-
Shahzan Muda FC
-
2
Kuala Lumpur FA
-
1

Performance by states (1952-current)[edit]

Club Winners Runners-up
Selangor
10
11
Penang
9
7
Kelantan
7
4
Kuala Lumpur
5
6
Johor
4
7
Perak
3
2
Pahang
3
5
Negeri Sembilan
2
2
Malacca
2
2
Singapore
2
1
Terengganu
2
1
Kedah
2
-

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