Campeonato Nacional 1970 España FC (Santo Domingo) [*1] 1971 España FC (Santo Domingo) [*2] 1972 UCMM (Santiago de los Caballeros) [*3] 1973 UCMM (Santiago de los Caballeros) 1974 UCMM (Santiago de los Caballeros) [unbeaten] 1975 Moca FC 1976 Moca FC 1977 Moca FC 1978 Moca FC 1979-80 not known 1981 Universidad Autónoma (Santo Domingo) 1982-83 not known 1984 Moca FC 1985 Moca FC 1986 Moca FC 1987 Moca FC 1988 Universidad Autónoma (Santo Domingo) 1989 Universidad Autónoma (Santo Domingo) 1990 Universidad Autónoma (Santo Domingo) 1991 Bancredicard (Santo Domino) 1992 Bancredicard (Santo Domino) 1993 San Cristóbal FC 1994 Bancredicard (Santo Domingo) bt Baninter (Jarabacoa) 1995 Moca FC 1996 no competition 1997 FC Santos (San Cristóbal) 1998 Domingo Savio (La Vega) 1999 FC Don Bosco (Moca) 2000/01 CD Pantoja (Pantoja) [32nd edition] 2001/02 unknown 2002/03 CD Pantoja (Pantoja) (or Domingo Savio (La Vega)?) 2003/04 Casa de España [35th edition] 2005 Jarabacoa [36th edition] 2006 La Vega [37th edition] NB: in 2002/03 and 2003/04 this competition served as second level to the Liga Mayor (see below); the 2005 edition also was played without clubs from the 2004/05 Liga Mayor (apart from the relegated teams Jarabacoa and Domingo Savio (La Vega)); as the Liga Mayor was not held from 2004/05 to 2007, the Campeonato Nacional was the highest level competition organised in 2005 and 2006, although the 2006 edition (still) did not feature the top clubs from the Liga Mayor 2004/05), nor were its winners promoted to the Liga Mayor 2007, which did feature (as promoted teams compared to 2004/05) the top-3 of the Campeonato Nacional 2003/04 and the winners and the fourth placed club of the Campeonato Nacional 2005... [*1] there were teams from: Moca, San Francisco de Macoris, Haina, San Cristobal, Santo Domingo, UASD and San Pedro de Macoris. [*2] there were 12 teams in the league 1971: UCMM, Moca, La Vega, Villa Tapia, Haina, UASD, España, Refor, San Pedro de Macoris, UNPHU, La Aurora, San Francisco de Macoris. [*3] UCMM (later renamed PUCMM) lost the cup final NB: Moca, who finished 4th in 1972, 2nd in 1973 and 3rd in 1975, reportedly won the national championship on 13 occasions (as of March 2015) NB: in 1941, a club called Sosua-Puerto Plata was founded by Arthur Kirchheimer, a German Jew from Hamburg who had fled for the nazis The following teams won at least one championship, years unknown: Metaldom (Santo Domingo) UMD El Cóndor (Santo Domingo) Abbreviations: UASD = Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo UCMM = Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra de Santiago de los Caballeros UMD = Universidad Mundial Dominicana (Santo Domingo). UNPHU = Universidad Nacional Pedro Henríquez Ureña (Santo Domingo) Liga Mayor/Liga Dominicana de Fútbol Ed. Season Champions Liga Mayor 1 2001/02 Baninter (Jarabacoa) 2 2002/03 Baninter (Jarabacoa) 2003/04 no competition 3 2004/05 CD Pantoja (Santo Domingo) 2005/06 no competition 4 2007 Barcelona FC (Santo Domingo) 2007/08 no competition 5 2009 CD Pantoja (Santo Domingo) 6 2010 Don Bosco (Moca) 7 2011/12 CD Pantoja (Santo Domingo) 8 2012/13 Don Bosco (Moca) 9 2014 Don Bosco (Moca) Liga Dominicana de Fútbol 10 2015 Atlético Pantoja (Santo Domingo) 11 2016 Barcelona Atlético (Santo Domingo) 12 2017 Atlántico FC (Puerto Plata) 13 2018 Cibao FC (Santiago de los Caballeros) 14 2019 Number of Wins (13) 4 Atlético Pantoja (Santo Domingo) [includes CD Pantoja] 3 Don Bosco (Moca) 2 Baninter (Jarabacoa) Barcelona Atlético (Santo Domingo) [includes Barcelona FC] 1 Atlántico FC (Puerto Plata) Cibao FC (Santiago de los Caballeros)
Partial sources: wikipedia, http://www.dr1.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-27782.html
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