NB: nearly no data available until 1984, although a league existed for several decades before. 1948/49 Polícia de Segurança Pública 1950 Sporting de Macau 1951-60 not known 1961/62 Sporting de Macau 1962/63 Sporting de Macau 1963/64 Hong Lok 1964/65 Macao Post Office 1965-72 not known 1972/73 Polícia de Segurança Pública 1973-84 not known 1984/85 Wa Seng 1985/86 Hap Kuan 1986/87 Hap Kuan 1987/88 Wa Seng 1988/89 Hap Kuan 1989/90 Hap Kuan 1990/91 Sporting de Macau 1991/92 GD Lam Pak 1992/93 Leng Ngan 1993/94 GD Lam Pak 1994/95 GD Artilheiros 1995/96 GD Artilheiros 1996/97 GD Lam Pak 1997/98 GD Lam Pak 1998/99 GD Lam Pak 1999/00 Polícia de Segurança Pública 2000/01 GD Lam Pak 2001/02 Monte Carlo 2002/03 Monte Carlo 2003/04 Monte Carlo 2004/05 Polícia de Segurança Pública 2005/06 GD Lam Pak 2006/07 GD Lam Pak 2007/08 Monte Carlo 2008/09 GD Lam Pak 2009/10 Windsor Arch Ka I 2010/11 Windsor Arch Ka I 2011/12 Windsor Arch Ka I 2012/13 Monte Carlo 2013/14 Casa do Sport Lisboa e Benfica 2014/15 Casa do Sport Lisboa e Benfica 2015/16 Casa do Sport Lisboa e Benfica 2016/17 Casa do Sport Lisboa e Benfica 2017/18 Casa do Sport Lisboa e Benfica Number of Titles (34; since 1984/85) 9 GD Lam Pak 5 Casa do Sport Lisboa e Benfica Monte Carlo 4 Hap Kuan 3 Windsor Arch Ka I (now called Tak Chun Ka I) 2 GD Artilheiros Polícia de Segurança Pública (without titles before 1984) Wa Seng 1 Leng Ngan Sporting de Macau NB: according to Macau Hoje, Lam Pak's title in 2007 was only their fifth; however, the same paper listed their 2009 title as their ninth, implying all championships of Lam Pak are listed above. Monte Carlo won 5 championships, all listed above.
With thanks to Erlan Manaschev, Neil Morrison and Carlos Santos
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