Cairo League

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Cairo League
Country Egypt
Founded 1922
Folded 1958
Number of teams 5
Level on pyramid 1
Domestic cup(s) Egypt Cup
Last champions Al Ahly
(1957–58)
Most championships Al Ahly (15 titles)

Cairo League 1924–1953 & 1957–58, is an old Egyptian football tournament. Before the start of Egyptian Premier League in its current form, the main competition was the Egypt Cup which started 1921. Egyptian federation started its 1st league competition (1938) in the form of regional leagues (Cairo, Alexandria, Bahary & Canal). The competition was played along with the new league form (1948–1953) then finally stopped. Five teams participated in this league Al-Zamalek, Al-Ahly, Sekka, Police & Greek Clubs. The Championship was then held once more in 1957–58 but was then stopped again.

Honours[edit]

The past Winners are: [1]

Season Winner
1922–23 Al-Zamalek
1923–24 Sekka
1924–25 Al-Ahly
1925–26 Sekka
1926–27 Al-Ahly
1927–28 Al-Ahly
1928–29 Al-Ahly
1929–30 Al-Zamalek
1930–31 Al-Ahly
1931–32 Al-Zamalek
1932–33 Tersana
1933–34 Al-Ahly
1934–35 Al-Ahly
1935–36 Al-Ahly
1936–37 Al-Ahly
1937–38 Al-Ahly
1938–39 Al-Ahly
1939–40 Al-Zamalek
1940–41 Al-Zamalek
1941–42 Al-Ahly
1942–43 Al-Ahly
1943–44 Al-Zamalek
1944–45 Al-Zamalek
1945–46 Al-Zamalek
1946–47 Al-Zamalek
1947–48 Al-Ahly
1948–49 Al-Zamalek
1949–50 Al-Ahly
1950–51 Al-Zamalek
1951–52 Al-Zamalek
1952–53 Al-Zamalek
1953–1957 Not Played
1957–58 Al-Ahly

Performances[edit]

Team Titles
Al-Ahly 15
Al-Zamalek 14
Sekka 2
Tersana 1

References[edit]

1^ http://new.el-ahly.com/mobile/Story.aspx?newsid=47798

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