Timeline of Senegalese football

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1930s1940s1950s1960s1970s1980s1990s2000s

1930s[edit]

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1933[edit]

  • ASC Diaraf (then as Foyer France Sénégal) football club founded in the city of Dakar
  • US Gorée football club founded in Dakar

1940s[edit]

1940194119421943194419451946194719481949

1947[edit]

1948[edit]

  • Foyer France of Senegal (now ASC Diaraf) won their only French West African Cup ttile

1949[edit]

  • Racing Dakar (now probably AS Douanes won their only French West African Cup ttile

1950s[edit]

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1950[edit]

  • Espoir Saint-Louis (now part of ASC Linguère participated in the French West African Cup, they failed to win after losing to Racing Conakry (now probably AS Kaloum Star) in the finals
  • Djourbel football club founded, it is now known as ASC SUNEOR Djourbel

1951[edit]

1952[edit]

  • ASC Jeanne d'Arc won their second consecutive and their final French West African Cup title

1953[edit]

  • US Gorée lost to Jeanne d'Arc of Bamako (now Stade Malien) in the semis

1954[edit]

  • US Gorée won their second French West African Cup title

1955[edit]

  • US Gorée won their second consecutive and their final French West African Cup title

1956[edit]

  • Foyer France Sénégal lost to Jeanne d'Arc of Bamako (now Stade Malien)

1957[edit]

  • Réveil de Saint-Louis (now part of ASC Linguère) won their only French West African Cup title

1958[edit]

  • Foyer France Sénégal lost to Africa Sports of Abidjan, Ivory Coast in the semis

1959[edit]

  • Saint-Louisienne (now part of ASC Linguère) won their only French West African Cup title

1960s[edit]

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1960[edit]

  • Saint-Louisienne (now part of ASC Linguère) lost to Jeanne d'Arc of Bamako (now Stade Malien) in the semis. It was the last Senegalese appearance in French West African Cup and also the last French West African Cup.
  • ASC Jeanne d'Arc of Dakar became the first champion of an independent Senegal
  • Casa Sports of Ziguinchor founded

1961[edit]

1962[edit]

  • ASC Jeanne d'Arc won their first Senegalese Cup title

1963[edit]

  • US Rail of Thiès won their only Senegalese Cup title

1964[edit]

1965[edit]

  • US Gorée won their first Senegalese Cup title

1966[edit]

  • Olympique Thiès won their second and last championship title for the club
  • AS Saint-Louisienne (now part of ASC Linguère) won their only Senegalese Cup title

1967[edit]

  • Espoir de Saint-Louis (now ASC Linguère) won their only championship title
  • Foyer France Sénégal (now ASC Diaraf) won their first Senegalese Cup title

1968[edit]

  • Foyer France Sénégal (now ASC Diaraf) won their second championship and cup titles and the last under that name

1969[edit]

  • ASEC Ndiambour football club founded in Louga
  • ASC Linguère founded after the merger of its clubs in the area
  • Foyer France Sénégal became the first club to compete at the continental championships then known as the African Cup of Champions Clubs
  • ASC Jeanne d'Arc won their second championship and their second cup title
  • Foyer France Sénégal changed its name to ASC Diaraf

1970s[edit]

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1970[edit]

  • ASC Niayés-Pikine (now known as AS Pikine) founded in Pikine in suburban Dakar
  • ASC Diaraf won their third championship title and the first under the new name along with their third cup title

1971[edit]

1972[edit]

  • ASFA Dakar won their second championship title
  • US Gorée won their second cup title

1973[edit]

  • ASC Jeanne d'Arc won their third championship title
  • ASC Diaraf won their fourth cup title

1974[edit]

  • ASFA Dakar won their third and last championship title for the club
  • ASC Jeanne d'Arc won their third cup title

1975[edit]

  • ASC Diaraf won their fifth cup title
  • ASC Diaraf won their fourth championship title

1976[edit]

  • AS Police won their first cup title
  • ASC Diaraf won their fifth championship title and their second consecutive

1977[edit]

  • Saltigues Rufisque won their only cup title
  • ASC Diaraf won their sixth championship title and their third consecutive

1978[edit]

  • AS Police won their second cup title
  • US Gorée won their first championship title

1979[edit]

1980s[edit]

1980198119821983198419851986198719881989

1980[edit]

  • AS Douanes football club based in Dakar founded
  • SEIB Diourbel (now ASC SUNEOR) won their first championship title
  • ASC Jeanne d'Arc won their fourth cup title

1981[edit]

  • US Gorée won their second championship title
  • AS Police won their third and last cup title for the club
  • AS Police won their second and last National Assembly (super cup) title

1982[edit]

  • ASC Diaraf won their seventh championship title
  • ASC Diaraf won their seventh cup title

1983[edit]

  • SEIB Diourbel (now ASC SUNEOR) won their second championship title
  • ASC Diaraf won their eighth cup title

1984[edit]

  • US Gorée won their third championship title
  • ASC Jeanne d'Arc won their fifth cup title

1985[edit]

  • ASC Jeanne d'Arc won their fourth championship title
  • ASC Diaraf won their eighth cup title

1986[edit]

  • AS Douanes won their first cup title
  • ASC Jeanne d'Arc won their fifth championship title
  • ASC Jeanne d'Arc won their first National Assembly (super cup) title

1987[edit]

  • ASC Jeanne d'Arc won their sixth cup title
  • SEIB Diourbel (now ASC SUNEOR) won their third championship title and last under the name
  • ASC Diaraf won their first National Assembly (super cup) title

1988[edit]

  • ASC Jeanne d'Arc won their eighth cup title
  • ASC Jeanne d'Arc won their sixth championship title

1989[edit]

  • US Ouakam won their second and last cup title for the club
  • ASC Diaraf won their eighth championship title
  • ASC Jeanne d'Arc won their second National Assembly (super cup) title

1990s[edit]

1990199119921993199419951996199719981999

1990[edit]

  • ASC Linguère won their third cup title
  • UCST Port Autonome won their first championship title

1991[edit]

  • ASC Diaraf won their ninth cup title
  • ASC Port Autonome won their second championship title[1]
  • ASC Diaraf won their second National Assembly (super cup) title

1992[edit]

  • ASC Jeanne d'Arc participated in the 1992 WAFU Club Championship
  • US Gorée won their third cup title
  • ASEC Ndiambour won their first championship title[2]

1993[edit]

  • ASC Diaraf won their tenth cup title[3]
  • AS Douanes won their first championship title[3]
  • Dial Diop disqualified as they forfeited two matches, all matches that Dial Diop took part were annulled

1994[edit]

  • ASC Diaraf won their eleventh cup title
  • ASEC Ndiamnbour won their second championship title

1995[edit]

  • ASC Diaraf won their twelfth cup title
  • ASC Diaraf won their ninth championship title[4]

1996[edit]

  • ASEC Ndiambour took part in the 1996 WAFU Club Championship
  • US Gorée won their fourth and last cup title
  • Diourbel as SONACOS (now ASC SUNEOR) won their fourth championship title and the only under the name

1997[edit]

  • ASC Saloum football club founded after the merger of AS Kaolack and Mbossé-Kaolack
  • AS Douanes won their second cup title
  • AS Douanes won their second championship title

1998[edit]

  • ASC Jeanne d'Arc won their and last ninth cup title
  • ASEC Ndiambour won their third and last championship title
  • ASEC Ndiambour won their first National Assembly (super cup) title

1999[edit]

  • ASC Yeggo won their only cup title
  • ASC Jeanne d'Arc won their seventh championship title[5]
  • The 1999 National Assembly edition was cancelled

2000s[edit]

2000200120022003200420052006200720082009

2000[edit]

  • ASC Port Autonome won their only cup title
  • ASC Diaraf won their tenth championship title[6]
  • ASC Port Autonome won their only National Assembly (super cup) title
  • Diambars FC of Saly founded

2001[edit]

  • ASC Jeanne d'Arc won their tenth cup title
  • ASC Jeanne d'Arc won their eighth championship title[7]
  • ASC Jeanne d'Arc won their third and last National Assembly (super cup) title

2002[edit]

  • AS Douanes won their third cup title
  • ASC Jeanne d'Arc won their ninth championship title and their second consecutive[8]
  • ASEC Ndiambour won their second National Assembly (super cup) title

2003[edit]

  • AS Douanes won their fourth cup title and their second consecutive
  • ASC Jeanne d'Arc won their tenth championship title and their third consecutive[9]
  • ASC Diaraf won their third National Assembly (super cup) title

2004[edit]

  • ASC Diaraf won their eleventh championship title[10]
  • AS Douanes won their fifth cup title and their third consecutive
  • ASEC Ndiambour won their fourth and last National Assembly (super cup) title

2005[edit]

  • AS Douanes won their sixth and last cup title and their fourth consecutive
  • ASC Port Autonome won their third and last championship title.[11]
  • SONACOS (now ASC SUNEOR) Djourbel won their only National Assembly (super cup) title

2006[edit]

  • AS Douanes won their third championship title[12]
  • US Ouakam won their third and last cup title
  • ASC Diaraf won their fourth and last National Assembly (super cup) title

2007[edit]

  • ASC Linguère won their fourth and final cup title
  • AS Douanes won their fourth consecutive championship title and their second consecutive[13]

2008[edit]

  • ASC Diaraf won their thirteenth cup title
  • AS Douanes won their fifth championship title and their third consecutive[14]
  • ASC Yakaar won their only National Assembly (super cup) title
  • Division 1 becomes a professional competition

2009[edit]

  • ASC Diaraf won their fourteenth cup title and their second consecutive
  • AS Douanes won their first Senegalese League Cup
  • ASC Linguère won their first and only championship title after the merger[15]
  • Division 1 and 2 became Ligue 1 and 2, the lower three became Nationale 1 and 2

2010s[edit]

20102011201220132014201520162017

2010[edit]

  • ASC Diaraf won their twelfth and last championship title[16]
  • Casa Sport won their first league cup
  • Toure Kunda Footpro (now Mbour Petite-Côté) won their only cup title
  • Stade de Mbour won their only National Assembly (super cup) title

2011[edit]

  • AS Pikine won their only league cup title
  • US Ouakam won their only championship title[17]
  • Casa Sport won their second and last cup title
  • Diambars FC won their first consecutive National Assembly (super cup) title

2012[edit]

  • ASC HLM won their only cup title
  • ASC Niarry-Tally won their only league cup title
  • Casa Sports won their only championship title[18]
  • Diambars FC won their second consecutive National Assembly (super cup) title

2013[edit]

  • ASC Diaraf won their fifteenth and last cup title
  • Casa Sport won their second and last league cup title
  • Diambars FC of Saly won their only championship title[19]
  • Diambars FC won their third consecutive and last National Assembly (super cup) title

2014[edit]

  • AS Pikine from suburban Dakar won their only cup title
  • AS Pikine from suburban Dakar won their only championship title[20]
  • Olympique de Ngor won their only National Assembly (super cup) title
  • Guédiawaye FC won their only league cup title

2015[edit]

  • AS Douanes won their second and last league cup title
  • Génération Foot won their only cup title
  • AS Douanes won their sixth and last championship title[21]
  • As a second placed cup winner, Olympique de Ngor competed in the 2015 CAF Confederation Cup
  • The National Assembly Cup becomes the Super Cup
  • AS Douanes won their only super cup title

2016[edit]

  • Diambars FC won their only league cup title
  • ASC Niarry-Tally won their only cup title
  • US Gorée won their fourth and last championship title[22]
  • US Gorée won their only super cup title
  • US Gorée won their only Champion's Trophy

2017[edit]

  • Génération Foot won their only championship title, Ligue 1
  • Mbour Petite-Côte won their only national cup title
  • Stade de Mbour won their League Cup title
  • US Ouakam demoted, the club was out of competition as the team took the case to the international football court in Geneva, Switzerland where they won their right to remain in Ligue 1

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Senegal 1991 at RSSSF
  2. ^ Senegal 1992, RSSSF
  3. ^ a b Senegal 1992/93, RSSSF
  4. ^ 1995 Senegalese Division 1 - rsssf.com
  5. ^ 1999 Senegalese Division 1, RSSSF
  6. ^ 2000 Senegalese Division 1, RSSSF
  7. ^ 2001 Senegalese Division 1, RSSSF
  8. ^ 2002 Senegalese Division 1, RSSSF
  9. ^ 2003 Senegalese Division 1, RSSSF
  10. ^ 2004 Senegalese Division 1, RSSSF
  11. ^ 2005 Senegalese Division 1, RSSSF
  12. ^ 2005/06 Senegalese Premier Division season at RSSSF
  13. ^ 2006/07 Senegalese Premier Division season at RSSSF
  14. ^ 2008 Senegalese Premier Division season at RSSSF
  15. ^ 2009 Senegalese Premier League season at RSSSF
  16. ^ 2010 Senegalese Premier League season at RSSSF
  17. ^ 2011 Senegalese Premier League season at RSSSF
  18. ^ 2012 Senegalese Premier League season at RSSSF
  19. ^ 2013 Senegalese Premier League season at RSSSF
  20. ^ 2014 Senegalese Premier League season at RSSSF
  21. ^ 2015 Senegalese Premier League season at RSSSF
  22. ^ "Le Soleil - Gorée, championne du Sénégal: Ndiambour et Douane évitent la relégation". Retrieved 20 June 2016.