Note that in Malaysia the league championship is a late addition to the football calendar, and its main purpose in the early years of its existence was to qualify teams for the more prestigious and traditional Malaysia Cup.
Until 2001 the top level only contained regional FA representations, and no club team won the championship until Darul Ta'zim FC from Johor did so in 2014.
1982 Penang 1983 Melaka 1984 Selangor 1985 Singapore 1986 Federal Territory 1987 Pahang 1988 Federal Territory 1989 Selangor 1990 Selangor 1991 Johor 1992 Pahang 1993 Kedah 1994 Singapore 1995 Pahang 1996 Sabah 1997 Sarawak 1998 Penang 1999 Pahang 2000 Selangor 2001 Penang 2002 Perak 2003 Perak 2004 Pahang 2005 Perlis 2006 Negeri Sembilan 2007 Kedah 2008 Kedah 2009 Selangor 2010 Selangor 2011 Kelantan 2012 Kelantan 2013 Lions XII (Singapore) 2014 Darul Ta'zim FC (Johor) 2015 Darul Ta'zim FC (Johor) 2016 Darul Ta'zim FC (Johor) 2017 Darul Ta'zim FC (Johor) 2018 Darul Ta'zim FC (Johor) Number of Titles (37) 6 Selangor 5 Darul Ta'zim FC (Johor) Pahang 3 Kedah Penang 2 Federal Territory Kelantan Perak Singapore 1 Johor Lions XII (Singapore) Melaka Negeri Sembilan Perlis Sabah Sarawak
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