Brunei Super League

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Brunei Super League
Country Brunei Brunei Darussalam
Confederation AFC (Asia)
Founded 2012; 4 years ago (2012)
Number of teams 10
Level on pyramid 1
Relegation to Premier League
Domestic cup(s) Brunei FA Cup
Brunei Super Cup
International cup(s) AFC Cup
Current champions MS ABDB
Most championships Indera SC, MS ABDB (2 titles each)
2016 Season

The Brunei Super League (Liga Super Brunei in Malay) or DST Super League for sponsorship reasons, is a Bruneian professional league for association football. It is at the top flight of the Bruneian football league system and it is managed by the National Football Association of Brunei Darussalam (NFABD). The league is contested between 10 teams and operates on a system of promotion and relegation with the Brunei Premier League. The 10 clubs participating in this top flight league need to pass a set of requirements and verification process, particularly related to professionalism and infrastructure feasibility.


There has been a football competition in Brunei since 1985; it was organised by the Brunei Football Association. In 2002, the league was played as Brunei Premier League from 2002 to 2009/2010 season. Preparations for the creating of a new league were started in 2012 with the initial season played out in 2012/2013.[1]

Current format[edit]

The league is played out as a double round-robin tournament. In other words, each team faces the other teams twice. At the end of the season the champion is crowned. Tiebreaker in the standings are in descending order: Points, goal difference, goals for, number of wins (each in all matches), if still tied same tiebreakers are used on matches between tied teams, if still tied, better fair play record and eventually the draw will decide the finishing position.


A total of 10 clubs competed in the Brunei Super League for the 2016 season.

Current clubs[edit]



Year Champion Runners-up Third place
2012–13[2] Indera SC MS ABDB Majra United FC
2014[3] Indera SC MS ABDB Najip FC
2015[4] MS ABDB Indera SC Najip I-Team
2016[5] MS ABDB Indera SC Wijaya FC


Golden Boot winners[edit]

Season Players Teams/clubs Goals
2012–13[6] Azwan Ali Rahman Indera SC 17
2014[7] Zulkhairy Razali Indera SC 16
2015 Hardi Bujang Jerudong FC 18
2016 Abdul Azizi Ali Rahman MS ABDB 8


  1. ^ "TEN TEAMS TO BATTLE FOR BRUNEI SUPER LEAGUE IN DECEMBER". Retrieved 8 August 2012.  External link in |publisher= (help)
  2. ^ Brunei 2012/13
  3. ^ Brunei 2014
  4. ^ Brunei 2015
  5. ^ Brunei 2016
  6. ^ Indera SC take home the hardware
  7. ^ "Indera FC juara Liga Super DST 2014". Pelita Brunei. 15 September 2014. Retrieved 3 April 2015. 

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