Burundi - List of Champions

1963    Stella Matutina (Bujumbura)    
1964    Stella Matutina (Bujumbura)    
1965    Maniema (Bujumbura)    
1966    Maniema (Bujumbura)    
1967    Maniema (Bujumbura)    
1968    Maniema (Bujumbura)    
1969    Espoir (Bujumbura)    
1970    Inter FC (Bujumbura)                  [*2]                   
1971    TP Bata (Bujumbura)    
1972    Burundi Sports Dynamic (Bujumbura)    [*2]
1973      no championship
1974    Inter FC (Bujumbura)                  [*2]
1975    Inter FC (Bujumbura)                    
1976    Prince Louis FC (Bujumbura)	      [*2]
1977    Inter FC (Bujumbura)                  [*1,*2]
1978    Inter FC (Bujumbura)                  [*2]
1979    Vital'˘ (Bujumbura)
1980    Vital'˘ (Bujumbura)
1981    Vital'˘ (Bujumbura)
1982    Maniema (Bujumbura)                   [*2]
1983    Vital'˘ (Bujumbura)
1984    Vital'˘ (Bujumbura)
1985    Inter FC (Bujumbura)       
1986    Vital'˘ (Bujumbura)
1987    Inter FC (Bujumbura)                  [*2]
1988    Inter FC (Bujumbura)                  [*1]
1989    Inter FC (Bujumbura)                  [*2]
1990    Vital'˘ (Bujumbura)
1991    Inter Star (Bujumbura)                [*2]
1992    Inter Star (Bujumbura)  
1993      no championship        
1994    Vital'˘ (Bujumbura)
1995    Maniema Fantastique (Bujumbura)    
1996    Vital'˘ (Bujumbura)
1997    Maniema (Bujumbura)    
1998    Vital'˘ (Bujumbura)
1999    Vital'˘ (Bujumbura)
2000    Vital'˘ (Bujumbura)
2001    Prince Louis FC (Bujumbura)	
2002    Muzinga (Bujumbura)
2003      abandoned
2004    AthlÚtico Olympique (Bujumbura)  
2005    Inter Star (Bujumbura)
2006    Vital'˘ (Bujumbura)
2007    Vital'˘ (Bujumbura)
2008    Inter Star (Bujumbura)                
2009    Vital'˘ (Bujumbura)  
2010    Vital'˘ (Bujumbura)  
2011    AthlÚtico Olympique (Bujumbura)  
2012    Vital'˘ (Bujumbura)  
2013    Flambeau de l'Est (Ruyigi)
2014 

[*1] Vital'˘ were disqualified due to "affaire Tchambala"
[*2] Vital'˘ finished second        
[*V] Vital'˘ were founded as Rwanda Sport FC in 1957, changed
     name to ALTECO from 1962 to 1965, to Tout Puissant Bata 
     from 1966 to 1970, then merged with Rapide in 1971 to 
     become Espoir from 1971 to 1972, and were renamed Vital'˘
     in 1972.


Number of Titles (48):

18 Vital'˘ (Bujumbura) [includes TP Bata 1971] 

 9 Inter FC (Bujumbura)

 7 Maniema (Fantastique) (Bujumbura)

 4 Inter Star (Bujumbura)

 2 AthlÚtico Olympique (Bujumbura)  
   Prince Louis FC (Bujumbura)
   Stella Matutina (Bujumbura)    

 1 Burundi Sports Dynamic (Bujumbura)
   Espoir (Bujumbura)    
   Flambeau de l'Est (Ruyigi)
   Muzinga (Bujumbura)


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Sources: [Oli 95], [Bak 96], [Ric 99], [Tra 02], blog Patrick Sota (citing Tharcisse Tungabose)

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Author: Hans Schöggl
Last updated: 3 Jan 2014

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