Gibraltar Premier Division
|Number of teams||8|
|Levels on pyramid||1|
|Relegation to||Gibraltar Division 2|
|Domestic cup(s)||Rock Cup|
|Current champions||Lincoln F.C. (18th title)
|Most championships||Prince of Wales F.C. (19 titles)|
|2013–14 Gibraltar Premier Division|
The Gibraltar Football League was established by the Gibraltar Football Association (GFA) in 1905. It originally contained eight member clubs, but it has grown over the years.
In 1909 the league grew to two divisions, and it currently has three divisions which clubs can be promoted and relegated between at the end of each season.
The participating clubs are all amateur.
From the 2014/15 season the champion will enter the first UEFA Champions League qualifying round.
Gibraltar Football Association League
Premier Division 2013-14 Season
|St Joseph's FC|
|Manchester United FC|
Division 2 2012–13 Season
|FC Britannia XI|
|FC Hound Dogs|
|Leo Parilla FC|
Reserve League 2012-13 Season
|FC Magpies Reserves|
|Lions Gibraltar Reserves|
|Manchester United Reserves|
|St Joseph's Reserves|
Ladies League 2011–12 Season
|Manchester United F.C. Ladies|
|Glacis United F.C Ladies|
- "GFA Senior League 2012-13". Gibraltar Football Association. Retrieved 3 November 2012.