Zambian Premier League

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Zambian Premier League
Country Zambia
Confederation CAF
Founded 1962
Number of teams 16
Levels on pyramid 1
Relegation to Division One
Domestic cup(s) Zambian Cup
International cup(s) Champions League
Confederation Cup
Current champions Nkana F.C.
(2013)
Most championships Nkana F.C. (12)
Website MTN Football.com

The Zambian Premier League, also known as MTN/FAZ Super Division due to sponsorship reasons,[1] is the top division of the Football Association of Zambia. It was created in 1962. The highest attendance in 2013 was for Zesco United, 14,000.

2013 final standings[edit]

1 Nkana FC 30 17 8 5 45 25 +20 59 W D D L L

2 ZESCO United 30 16 9 5 52 22 +30 57 W W D W L

3 Nchanga Rangers 30 15 6 9 37 30 +7 51 L L W D W

4 Zanaco FC 30 13 10 7 41 26 +15 49 W L D W W

5 Red Arrows F.C. 30 11 14 5 30 22 +8 47 L D L D W

6 Green Buffaloes 30 12 9 9 34 29 +5 45 W W L D D

7 Konkola Blades 30 12 8 10 29 29 +0 44 L W D W W

8 Power Dynamos 30 11 9 10 33 30 +3 42 L D W L W

9 Roan United 30 10 11 9 32 29 +3 41 L W W D D

10 Kabwe Warriors 30 11 7 12 27 27 +0 40 W D W D L

11 Konkola Mine Police 30 11 5 14 26 37 -11 38 W L W L W

12 NAPSA Stars 30 10 7 13 28 35 -7 37 D W L W L

13 Nkwazi FC 30 9 7 14 29 34 -5 34 D D L L W

14 Lime Hotspurs 30 7 6 17 23 49 -26 27 W D W L L

15 Kalulushi Modern Stars 30 6 6 18 24 43 -19 24 L L L W D

16 Forest Rangers F.C. 30 2 12 16 20 43 -23 18 L L L L D

2014 clubs[edit]

Source for club names: Soccerway[2]

Previous Winners[edit]

Previous winners are:[3]

Titles by club[edit]

Club Location No. of Titles
Nkana Kitwe 12
Mufulira Wanderers 9
Green Buffaloes Lusaka 6
Power Dynamos Kitwe 6
Zanaco Lusaka 6
Kabwe Warriors 5
ZESCO United Ndola 3
Nchanga Rangers Chingola 2
City of Lusaka 1
Red Arrows Lusaka 1
Roan United Luanshya 1

Source:[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2013 MTN/FAZ Super Division". MTN Football. Retrieved 2013-11-17. 
  2. ^ "Super League: Zambia". Soccerway. Global Sports Media. Retrieved 4 May 2013. 
  3. ^ a b Hans Schoggl (7 March 2013). "Zambia Champions". RSSSF. Retrieved 4 May 2013. 

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