Year Winners Venue 1996 Santa Cruz Cochabamba 1998 Santa Cruz Santa Cruz 1999 Santa Cruz Sucre 2000 Santa Cruz Tarija 2001 Santa Cruz Sucre 2002 Santa Cruz Tarija 2003-09 not known 2010 Santa Cruz 2011-13 not known 2014 Santa Cruz 2015 NB: played by federational selectionsNational Club Champions
Ed Year Winners 1 2005 Enforma (Santa Cruz) 2 2006 Enforma (Santa Cruz) 3 2007 Enforma (Santa Cruz) 4 2008 Enforma (Santa Cruz) 5 2009 Enforma (Santa Cruz) 6 2010 Florida (Santa Cruz) 7 2011 Gerimex (Santa Cruz) 8 2012 Universidad (Santa Cruz) 9 2013 Mundo Futuro (Santa Cruz) 10 2014 Mundo Futuro (Santa Cruz) NB: the 2005 edition was reported as the first and that of 2006 as the second, though Oriente are sometimes credited with a national club championship in 2001. Also note that the national championship is played early in the year, between the winners of the regional leagues in previous years.Liga Femenina de Fútbol de Santa Cruz
Year Winners 1993 Atlantes 1994-96 not known 1997 not known 1998 Oriente Petrolero 1999 not known (Oriente were runners-up) 2000 Oriente Petrolero 2001 not known (Oriente were runners-up) 2002 Blooming 2003 Atlantes 2004 Enforma 2005 Enforma 2006 Enforma 2007 Blooming 2008 Blooming 2009 Florida NB: Atlantes won 4 titles, so 2 in the years not known; Enforma only won the 3 titles listed above NB: the Santa Cruz league (Liga Femenina de Fútbol or Lifeful) was founded in 1993 and is the oldest women's league in Bolivia
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