Aruban Division di Honor

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Aruban Division di Honor
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Founded1960
First season1960
CountryAruba Aruba Football Federation
ConfederationCONCACAF
Number of teams10
Level on pyramid1
Relegation toAruban Division Uno
International cup(s)CFU Club Championship
CONCACAF Champions League
Current championsSV Racing Club Aruba
(2018–19)
Most championshipsSV Racing Club Aruba (17)
2018–19 Aruban Division di Honor

Aruban Division di Honor or Campeonato AVB Aruba Bank is the top level association football league in Aruba. It is overseen by the Arubaanse Voetbal Bond and was created in 1960. Up to and including 1985, the top clubs from Aruba also entered the Kopa Antiano for the championship of the Netherlands Antilles, SV Racing Club Aruba and SV Estrella were the only Aruban teams to win that championship in 1965 and 1970.

The winner of the league starts the qualifications for the CONCACAF Champions Cup from the first round of the CFU Club Championship. The 10th-placed team is relegated to the Aruban Division Uno, while the 8th and the 9th-placed teams play a 4-team round-robin with the 2nd and the 3rd of the second level to decide the relegation from or the promotion to the Division di Honor.

The championship is usually played between April and November.

Campeonato AVB – Member clubs 2017–18[edit]

Previous winners[edit]

Performance by club[edit]

Club City Titles Last Title
SV Racing Club Aruba Oranjestad/Solito 16 2016–17
SV Dakota Oranjestad/Dakota 16 2017–18
SV Estrella Santa Cruz 12 2005–06
SV Deportivo Nacional Noord 5 2016–17
SV Britannia Paradera 4 2013–14
SV River Plate Oranjestad/Madiki 2 1997
SV La Fama Savaneta 1 2012–13
SV Bubali Noord 1 1975
SV San Luis Deportivo Savaneta 1 1984

Best Scorers[edit]

Year Best scorers Team Goals
2002 Jonathan Lake SV Racing Club Aruba 43
2003–04 Benjamin Kee SV Racing Club Aruba 1
2004–05 Aruba Ronald Gómez SV Racing Club Aruba ?
2005–06 Aruba Frederick Gómez SV Racing Club Aruba 9
2012–13 Albert Roy Francis SV Deportivo Nacional 16
2013–14 Ediz Yorulmazoglu SV La Fama 13

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