1982-91 not known (in 1985 the FA offices were set on fire and documents on the early 80s were lost) 1992 AS Sada 1993 AS Rosador (Passamainty) 1994 AS Rosador (Passamainty) 1995 AS Rosador (Passamainty) 1996 AS Sada 1997 AS Rosador (Passamainty) 1998 AS Sada 1999 AS Rosador (Passamainty) 2000 AS Rosador (Passamainty) 2001 AS Rosador (Passamainty) 2002 FC Kani-Bé 2003 FC Kani-Bé 2004 AS Sada 2005 FC M'tsapéré 2006 FC M'tsapéré 2007 FC M'tsapéré 2008 FC M'tsapéré 2009 AS Rosador (Passamainty) 2010 FC M'tsapéré 2011 Abeilles (M'tsamboro) 2012 FC Koropa 2013 FC M'tsapéré 2014 FC M'tsapéré 2015 FC M'tsapéré 2016 Foudre 2000 (Dzoumogné) 2017 NB: AS Rosador (Passamainty) won exactly the above 8 championships since their foundation in 1976; they were promoted from the second level in 1992 and so won their first title as newly promoted club. FC M'tsapéré won their first ever championship in 2005 after 27 years of existence (and have meanwhile won the title 8 times); they were earlier called Chouma; as FC M'tsapéré they won promotion from the second level in 1991.
Sources included: , http://www.rosador.fr/, http://ely.footblog.fr/index2.php
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