Brunei Premier League
|Number of teams||8|
|Level on pyramid||2|
|Promotion to||Brunei Super League|
|Relegation to||District Leagues|
Brunei FA Cup|
Brunei Super Cup
Setia Perdana |
Kota Ranger FC|
DST Group Brunei Premier League (Malay: DST GROUP LIGA PERDANA BRUNEI) was the top-tier football league of Brunei until it was replaced by the Brunei Super League in 2012. It is currently the second tier in Brunei football, with two promotion places up for grabs.
The championship winner will receive B$7,000 ($5,000 USD) as prize money, trophy and gold medal. Best player will get B$400 ($290 USD). Fair play will get B$500 ($360 USD). Highest goal scorer will get B$300 ($220 USD).
first runner up will receive B$5,000 ($3,600 USD), trophy and silver medal.
second runner up will receive B$3,000 ($2,200 USD), trophy and bronze medal.
From 1985 to 1993, the champions of the four districts (Belait, Brunei-Muara, Temburong, Tutong) entered into the National Championship playoff. The tournament was not played between 1994 and 2001. The Brunei Premier League was created in 2002, and it was the top-tier league until 2012, when it was replaced by the Brunei Super League.
Since 2014 it exists as a second tier competition.
- Track & Field Sports Complex, Bandar Seri Begawan
- Berakas Sports Complex, Berakas
- Tutong Sports Complex, Tutong
- Brunei Shell Recreation Club Field, Panaga
- NFABD Field, Bandar Seri Begawan
Previous winners are:
- National Championship play-off winners:
- 1985: Angkatan Bersenjata
- 1986: Daerah Brunei
- 1987: Kota Ranger FC
- 1988: Kuala Belait FC
- 1989: Muara Stars FC
- 1990–92: not played
- 1993: Kota Ranger FC
- 1994-01: not played
- Brunei Premier League (B-League)
- 2002: DPMM FC
- 2003: Wijaya FC
- 2004: DPMM FC
- 2005–06: QAF FC
- 2006–07: not held
- 2007–08: QAF FC
- 2008/09: not held
- 2009–10: QAF FC
- 2011: suspended
- 2014: Lun Bawang
- 2015: Kota Ranger FC
- 2016: Al-Idrus Junior
- 2017: Setia Perdana FC
|2003|| Raphaël Patron Akakpo
|2004||Oluseye Ajayi||DPMM FC||30|
|2005/06||Viban Francis Bayong||QAF FC||33|
|2007/08|| Viban Francis Bayong
|2009/10||Viban Francis Bayong||QAF FC||19|
|2014||Shafiq Abdullah Elan||Lun Bawang||6|
|2015||Rahimni Pundut||Setia Perdana||16|
|2016||Nurhidayat Abbas||Menglait FC||16|
|2017|| Abang Fakhri Abang Jaludin
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- BPL teams disappointed
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