Equatorial Guinea - List of Champions

Prior to independence, two separate leagues existed, one for Europeans and one for the locals. For 1948 a list of participants for both is availabale.

1979    Real (Rebola)
1980    Deportivo (Mongomo)
1981    Atlético (Malabo)
1982    Atlético (Malabo)
1983    Dragons (Bata)
1984    CD Elá Nguema (Elá Nguema) 
1985    CD Elá Nguema (Elá Nguema)
1986    CD Elá Nguema (Elá Nguema)
1987    CD Elá Nguema (Elá Nguema) 
1988    CD Elá Nguema (Elá Nguema)
1989    CD Elá Nguema (Elá Nguema) 
1990    CD Elá Nguema (Elá Nguema) 
1991    CD Elá Nguema (Elá Nguema) 
1992    Akonangui FC (Malabo) 
1993      not known
1994      not known
1995      not known
1996    Cafe Bank Sportif (Malabo)
1997    Deportivo (Mongomo)
1998    CD Elá Nguema (Elá Nguema) 
1999    Akonangui FC (Malabo) 
2000    CD Elá Nguema (Elá Nguema) 
2001    Akonangui FC (Malabo)
2002    CD Elá Nguema (Elá Nguema)
2003    Atlético (Malabo)
2004    Renacimiento FC (Malabo)
2005    Renacimiento FC (Malabo)
2006    Renacimiento FC (Malabo)
2007    Renacimiento FC (Malabo)
2008    Akonangui FC (Malabo) 
2009    CD Elá Nguema (Elá Nguema)
2010    Deportivo (Mongomo) 
2011    CD Elá Nguema (Elá Nguema)
2012    CD Elá Nguema (Elá Nguema) 
2013    Akonangui FC (Malabo)
2014    CD Elá Nguema (Elá Nguema) 
2015    Racing de Micomeseng (Bata)
2016

Number of Titles (34 known)

15 CD Elá Nguema (Elá Nguema)

 5 Akonangui FC (Malabo)

 4 Renacimiento FC (Malabo)

 3 Atlético (Malabo)
   Deportivo (Mongomo)

 1 Cafe Bank Sportif (Malabo)
   Dragons (Bata)
   Racing de Micomeseng (Bata)
   Real (Rebola)


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