South Sudan Football Championship

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South Sudan Football Championship
Country  South Sudan
Confederation CAF
Founded 2011
Level on pyramid 1
Relegation to South Sudan Premier League
Domestic cup(s) South Sudan National Cup
International cup(s) Champions League
Confederation Cup
Current champions Atlabara
(2015)
Most championships Atlabara (2)

South Sudan Football Championship is the top division of the South Sudan Football Association. The first season started in 2011 after the independence of South Sudan.

For the first championship in 2011, seven provincial champions entered, and the title was won by Wau Salaam.[1] They went on to represent South Sudan in the 2012 Kagame Interclub Cup of CECAFA.[2]

For the second championship in 2013, the title was won by Atlabara, and they will participate in the 2014 CAF Champions League.[3]

Clubs (2015)[edit]

Club Town
Al Ghazala Wau
Al Merreikh Renk
Al Nil Abyei
Atlabara Juba
Black Star Abiemnom
Dream Yei
Merreikh Aweil
Nile Eagle Nimule
Super Eagles Yambio
Tahrir Kuajok
Young Stars Torit
Zalan Rumbek

Source: [1]

Champions[edit]

Performance by club[edit]

Club Winners Winning Years
Atlabara 2 2015
Wau Salaam 1 2011–12
Al-Malakia 1 2014

References[edit]