Year Champions Runners-Up 1965 Municipalité de Phnom Penh Kampong Cham 1966-82 not known 1982 Ministry of Commerce 1983 Ministry of Commerce 1984 Ministry of Commerce 1985 Ministry of Defense 1986 Ministry of Defense 1987 Ministry of Health 1988 Kampong Cham Province 1989 Ministry of Transports 1990 Ministry of Transports 1991 Dept. of Municipal Constructions 1992 Dept. of Municipal Constructions 1993 Ministry of Defense 1994 Civil Aviation 1995 Civil Aviation 1996 Body Guards Club 1997 Body Guards Club 1998 Royal Dolphins 1999 Royal Dolphins 2000 Nokorbal Cheat 2-0 Kelia Rith 2001 not held 2002 Samart United 2003 not played 2004 not played Cambodia Premier League 2005 Khemera 3-0 Hello United 2006 Khemera 5-4 Phnom Penh United 2007 Naga Corp Khemera Keila 2008 Phnom Penh Empire National Defense Ministry 2009 Naga Corp 2-1 Khemera Keila [aet] 2010 Phnom Penh Crown 4-3 Preah Khan Reach 2011 Phnom Penh Crown Naga Corp 2012 Boeung Ket Rubber Field 3-1 Naga Corp 2013 Svay Rieng 1-0 Boeung Ket Rubber Field 2014 Phnom Penh Crown Boeung Ket Rubber Field 2015 Phnom Penh Crown 2-0 1-3 Nagaworld [aet, 3-2 pen] 2016 NB: Samart United were renamed Hello United in 2004 and Phnom Penh United before the 2006 season before becoming Phnom Penh Empire in 2007; they became Phnom Penh Crown before the 2009 season Number of Titles (31) 6 Phnom Penh Crown (includes Samart United and PP Empire) 3 Ministry of Commerce Ministry of Defense 2 Body Guards Club Civil Aviation Department of Municipal Constructions Khemera (now known as Khemera Keila) Ministry of Transports Naga Corp (now known as Nagaworld) Royal Dolphins 1 Boeung Ket Rubber Field (now known as Boeung Ket Angkor) Ministry of Health Kampong Cham Province National Police (=Nokorbal Cheat) Svay Rieng (formerly Preah Khan Reach) Number of Titles CPL (11, since 2005; runners-up finishes between square brackets) 5 [ 2] Phnom Penh Crown (includes Hello United, PP United and PP Empire) 2 [ 3] Nagaworld (includes Naga Corp) 2 [ 2] Khemera Keila (includes Khemera) 1 [ 2] Boeung Ket Rubber Field (now known as Boeung Ket Angkor) 1 [ 1] Svay Rieng (formerly Preah Khan Reach) [ 1] National Defense Ministry
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