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Fortuna Liga
Fortuna liga.png
Country Slovakia
Confederation UEFA
Founded 1993
Number of teams 12
Level on pyramid 1
Relegation to DOXXbet liga
Domestic cup(s) Slovnaft Cup
International cup(s) Champions League
Europa League
Current champions FK AS Trenčín
(2014–15)
Most championships ŠK Slovan Bratislava (8 titles)
TV partners RTVS
Dajto
Arena Sport
Website http://www.fortunaliga.sk/
2015–16 Fortuna Liga

The Fortuna Liga[1] is the top level football league in Slovakia.

Format[edit]

Throughout the Fortuna Liga history, the number of clubs competing at the top level in 1996 has increased, in 2000 has been gradually decreased and in 2006 has again increased. Below is a complete record of how many teams played in each season throughout the league's history:

 
  • 12 clubs = 1993–1996
  • 16 clubs = 1996–2000
  • 10 clubs = 2000–2006
  • 12 clubs = 2006–present

Sponsorship[edit]

Period Sponsor Name
1993–1997 No main sponsor Superliga
1997–2002 Reemtsma Mars superliga
2002–2003 No main sponsor Superliga
2003–2014 Heineken Corgoň Liga[2]
2014–2018 Fortuna Fortuna Liga [3]

Current teams (2015–2016)[edit]

Team Stadium Capacity
FC DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda Mestský štadión 16,410
FC Spartak Trnava Štadión Antona Malatinského 19,200
FC ViOn Zlaté Moravce Štadión FC ViOn 4,000
FK AS Trenčín Štadión na Sihoti 3,500
FK Senica OMS ARENA Senica 5,070
MFK Ružomberok Štadión pod Čebraťom 4,817
MFK Skalica Mestský štadión Skalica 2,500
MFK Zemplín Michalovce Mestský futbalový štadión 4,440
MŠK Žilina Štadión pod Dubňom 11,313
ŠK Slovan Bratislava Štadión Pasienky 11,591
Spartak Myjava Stadium Myjava 2,700
FO ŽP Šport Podbrezová ZELPO Aréna 4,500

Source for teams:[4]

Champions[edit]

Season Champions Runners-up Third place Top scorer Goals Team
1993–94 Slovan Bratislava Inter Bratislava DAC Dunajská Streda Slovakia Pavol Diňa 19 DAC Dunajska Streda
1994–95 Slovan Bratislava 1. FC Košice Dukla Banská Bystrica Slovakia Robert Semenik 18 Dukla Banská Bystrica
1995–96 Slovan Bratislava 1. FC Košice Spartak Trnava Slovakia Robert Semenik 29 1. FC Košice
1996–97 1. FC Košice Spartak Trnava Slovan Bratislava Slovakia Jozef Kožlej 22 1. FC Košice
1997–98 1. FC Košice Spartak Trnava Inter Bratislava Slovakia Ľubomír Luhový 17 Spartak Trnava
1998–99 Slovan Bratislava Inter Bratislava Spartak Trnava Slovakia Martin Fabuš 19 Ozeta Dukla Trenčín
1999–00 Inter Bratislava 1. FC Košice Slovan Bratislava Slovakia Szilárd Németh 16 Inter Bratislava
2000–01 Inter Bratislava Slovan Bratislava MFK Ružomberok Slovakia Szilárd Németh 23 Inter Bratislava
2001–02 MŠK Žilina Matador Púchov Inter Bratislava Slovakia Marek Mintál 21 MŠK Žilina
2002–03 MŠK Žilina Artmedia Bratislava Slovan Bratislava Slovakia Marek Mintál
Slovakia Martin Fabuš
20 MŠK Žilina
Laugaricio Trenčín, MŠK Žilina
2003–04 MŠK Žilina Dukla Banská Bystrica MFK Ružomberok Slovakia Roland Števko 17 MFK Ružomberok
2004–05 Artmedia Bratislava MŠK Žilina Dukla Banská Bystrica Slovakia Filip Šebo 22 Artmedia Petržalka
2005–06 MFK Ružomberok Artmedia Bratislava Spartak Trnava Slovakia Róbert Rák
Slovakia Erik Jendrišek
21 FC Nitra
MFK Ružomberok
2006–07 MŠK Žilina Artmedia Bratislava Slovan Bratislava Slovakia Tomáš Oravec 16 Artmedia Petržalka
2007–08 Artmedia Bratislava MŠK Žilina FC Nitra Slovakia Ján Novák 17 MFK Košice
2008–09 Slovan Bratislava MŠK Žilina Spartak Trnava Slovakia Pavol Masaryk 15 ŠK Slovan Bratislava
2009–10 MŠK Žilina Slovan Bratislava Dukla Banská Bystrica Slovakia Róbert Rák 18 FC Nitra
2010–11 Slovan Bratislava FK Senica MŠK Žilina Slovakia Filip Šebo 22 ŠK Slovan Bratislava
2011–12 MŠK Žilina Spartak Trnava Slovan Bratislava Slovakia Pavol Masaryk 18 MFK Ružomberok
2012–13 Slovan Bratislava FK Senica FK AS Trenčín ArgentinaSlovakia David Depetris 16 AS Trenčín
2013–14 Slovan Bratislava FK AS Trenčín Spartak Trnava Slovakia Tomáš Malec 14 FK AS Trenčín
2014–15 FK AS Trenčín MŠK Žilina Slovan Bratislava Croatia Matej Jelić
Czech Republic Jan Kalabiška
19 MŠK Žilina
FK Senica

Source for list of championship winners:[5]

Performance by club[edit]

Club Winners Runners-up Championship seasons
Slovan Bratislava
8
2
1993–94, 1994–95, 1995–96, 1998–99, 2008–09, 2010–11, 2012–13, 2013–14
MŠK Žilina
6
4
2001–02, 2002–03, 2003–04, 2006–07, 2009–10, 2011–12,
MFK Košice
2
3
1996–97, 1997–98
Petržalka
2
3
2004–05, 2007–08
Inter Bratislava
2
2
1999–2000, 2000–01
AS Trenčín
1
1
2014–15
MFK Ružomberok
1
2005–06
Spartak Trnava
3
FK Senica
2
Banská Bystrica
1
Matador Púchov
1

Bold indicates clubs currently playing in the top division.

All-Time Table[edit]

Updated after season 2014-15.
Pos Team S P W D L F A GD Pts Notes
1 Slovan Bratislava 20 652 349 156 147 1109 642 467 1183
2 MŠK Žilina 21 692 334 162 196 1114 680 434 1153
3 Spartak Trnava 21 682 305 167 210 971 754 217 1074
4 MFK Košice 19 616 241 148 227 835 799 36 863
5 MFK Ružomberok 18 598 231 159 208 755 737 18 852
6 Dukla Banská Bystrica 19 616 197 169 250 725 786 (−61) 751
7 MFK Petržalka 14 463 204 114 145 676 561 115 726
8 Inter Bratislava 14 454 203 102 149 667 519 148 693
9 AS Trenčín 14 493 191 109 190 657 653 4 685
10 FC Tatran Prešov 14 453 140 122 191 490 615 (−125) 532
11 FC Nitra 14 449 137 90 222 457 652 (−195) 486
12 MFK Dubnica 13 424 119 117 188 436 604 (−168) 473
13 DAC Dunajská Streda 12 384 103 93 188 389 612 (−223) 383
14 FK Senica 6 198 86 51 61 272 228 44 309
15 Matador Púchov 6 216 70 53 93 235 294 (−59) 263
16 HFC Humenné 7 216 71 43 102 238 323 (−85) 246
17 FC ViOn Zlaté Moravce 7 231 64 54 113 217 347 (−130) 246
18 Baník Prievidza 7 216 59 44 113 239 369 (−130) 212
19 Lokomotíva Košice 5 156 48 37 71 180 241 (−61) 174
20 JAS Bardejov 5 154 45 24 85 159 232 (−73) 159
21 FC Rimavská Sobota 4 126 35 29 62 129 193 (−64) 134
22 Spartak Myjava 3 99 37 21 41 126 144 (-18) 132
23 FC Senec 3 91 18 28 45 85 152 (−67) 82
24 Podbrezová 1 7 8 18 32 54 144 (-22) 29

S = Number of seasons; P = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; F = Goals for; A = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points

In European competitions[edit]

UEFA league coefficient ranking[edit]

(As of 31 December 2015)[6]

Rank League Points
29 Bulgaria Bulgarian A Football Group 13.125
30 Slovenia Slovenian PrvaLiga 13.125
31 Slovakia Slovak Super Liga 12.000
32 Liechtenstein Liechtenstein 10.050
33 Hungary Nemzeti Bajnokság I 9.875

The Golden Star[edit]

Based on an idea of Umberto Agnelli, the honor of Golden Star for Sports Excellence was introduced to recognize sides that have won multiple championships or other honours by the display of gold stars on their team badges and jerseys.

The current officially-sanctioned Fortuna Liga stars are:

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Fortuna Liga: Standings". Slovakia: National League. FIFA. Retrieved 23 February 2012. 
  2. ^ http://www.sme.sk/c/1039540/dnes-prvykrat-na-futbalovu-corgon-ligu.html
  3. ^ http://www.teraz.sk/sport/corgon-liga-fortuna-partner-futbal/85049-clanok.html
  4. ^ "Slovak Superliga 2011/2012". Football-lineups.com. Retrieved 23 February 2012. 
  5. ^ Karel Stokkermans (10 June 2011). "Slovak Republic: I liga SR". Slovakia - List of Champions. RSSSF. Retrieved 17 November 2011. 
  6. ^ "Member associations - UEFA rankings - Country coefficients –". Uefa.com. Retrieved 2015-12-31. 

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