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Ethiopian Premier League
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Countries Ethiopia
Confederation CAF
Founded 1944
Number of teams 17
Levels on pyramid 1
Domestic cup(s) Ethiopian Cup
Ethiopian Super Cup
International cup(s) Champions League
Confederation Cup
Current champions Saint-George SA
(2009)
Most championships Saint-George SA (23)
33px Ethiopian Premier League 2010-11

Ethiopian Premier League is the top division of the Ethiopian Football Federation, it was created in 1944.

Ethiopian Premier League Clubs - 2010/11Edit


Relegated in 2009/10Edit

Previous winnersEdit

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  • 1944 : British Military Mission-BMME (Addis Abeba)
  • 1945-47 : no competition
  • 1948 : Key Baher (Addis Abeba)
  • 1949 : Army (Addis Abeba)
  • 1950 : Saint-George SA (Addis Abeba)
  • 1951 : Army (Addis Abeba)
  • 1952 : Army (Addis Abeba)
  • 1953 : Army (Addis Abeba)
  • 1954 : Army (Addis Abeba)
  • 1955 : Hamassien (Asmara)
  • 1956 : Mechal (Addis Abeba)
  • 1957 : Hamassien (Asmara)
  • 1958 : Akale Guzay (Eritrea)
  • 1959 : Tele SC (Asmara)
  • 1960 : Cotton (Dire Dawa)
  • 1961 : Ethio-Cement (Dire Dawa)
  • 1962 : Cotton (Dire Dawa)
  • 1963 : Cotton (Dire Dawa)
  • 1964 : Ethio-Cement (Dire Dawa)
  • 1965 : Cotton (Dire Dawa)
  • 1966 : Saint-George SA (Addis Abeba)
  • 1967 : Saint-George SA (Addis Abeba)

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  • 1968 : Saint-George SA (Addis Abeba)
  • 1969 : Tele SC (Asmara)
  • 1970 : Tele SC (Asmara)
  • 1971 : Saint-George SA (Addis Abeba)
  • 1972 : Asmara (Asmara)
  • 1973 : Asmara (Asmara)
  • 1974 : Embassoyra (Eritrea)
  • 1975 : Saint-George SA (Addis Abeba)
  • 1976 : Mechal (Addis Abeba)
  • 1977 : Medr Babur (Dire Dawa)
  • 1978 : Ogaden Anbassa (Harar)
  • 1979 : Omedla (Addis Abeba)
  • 1980 : Tegl Fre (Addis Abeba)
  • 1981 : Ermejachen (Addis Abeba)
  • 1982 : Mechal (Addis Abeba)
  • 1983 : Cotton (Dire Dawa)
  • 1984 : Mechal (Addis Abeba)
  • 1985 : Brewery (Addis Abeba)
  • 1986 : Brewery (Addis Abeba)
  • 1987 : Saint-George SA (Addis Abeba)
  • 1988 : Mechal (Addis Abeba)
  • 1989 : Mechal (Addis Abeba)

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  • in 2007, the championship was abandoned in June after 12 clubs (apparently including all 7 clubs from the capital Addis Abeba) boycotted the tournament; the federation awarded the championship to Awassa City.

Performance By ClubEdit

Club Winners
Saint-George SA [includes Brewery] 24
Mechal [includes Army] 11
Cotton FC 5
Asmara [includes Hamassien] [now in Eritrea] 4
EEPCO 3
Tele SC (Asmara) [now in Eritrea] 3
Embassoyra (Eritrea) [includes Akale Guzay] [now in Eritrea] 2
Ethio-Cement 2
Awassa Kenema 2
British Military Mission-BMME (Addis Abeba) 1
Ermejachen (Addis Abeba) 1
Ethio-Bunna (Addis Abeba; aka Coffee) 1
Key Baher (Addis Abeba) 1
Medr Babur (Dire Dawa) 1
Ogaden Anbassa (Harar) 1
Omedla (Addis Abeba) 1
Tegl Fre (Addis Abeba) 1

TopscorersEdit

Year Best scorers Team Goals
2001/02 Template:Flagicon Yordanos Abay EEPCO 20
2004/05 Medhne Tadesse Trans Ethiopia 19
2005/06 Tafesse Tesfaye Ethiopian Coffee
2007/08 Template:Flagicon Salhadin Seid Saint-George SA 21

External linksEdit

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