Year Champions Runners-Up National Championship 1955 Soyol Soyol (2nd team) 1956-63 not known [*] 1964 Khudulmur 1965 not held 1966 Khudulmur 1967 Tengeriin Bugnuud (Bat Ulzii) 1968 Darkhan 1969 Tengeriin Bugnuud (Bat Ulzii) 1970 Aldar (Army Sports Club) Khudulmur 1971 Tengeriin Bugnuud (Bat Ulzii) 1972 Khudulmur 1973 Tengeriin Bugnuud (Bat Ulzii) 1974 Aldar (Army Sports Club) Zamchin (Railwaymen) 1975 Tengeriin Bugnuud (Bat Ulzii) 1976 Aldar (Army Sports Club) 1977 not played? 1978 Zamchin (Railwaymen) 1979 Tengeriin Bugnuud (Bat Ulzii) 1980 Aldar (Army Sports Club) 1981 Tengeriin Bugnuud (Bat Ulzii) 1982 Tengeriin Bugnuud (Bat Ulzii) 1983 Ajilchin [Hilchin?] 1984 Tengeriin Bugnuud (Bat Ulzii) 1985 Khuch (Police Sports Club) Friendship Darkhan 1986 not known (Bairamdal?) 1987 Sükhbataar (Ulaanbaatar) 5-0 Public Security Sports Association 1988 Sükhbataar (Ulaanbaatar) 1989 Khudulmur 1-0 Sükhbataar (Ulaanbaatar) 1990 Khuch (Police Sports Club) 1991-93 not known 1994 Khuch (Police Sports Club) 1995 Idsskh (Mongolian All-University Team) MFF League 1996 Erchim (Ulaanbaatar) Biznesijn Cengeruud 1997 Delger 2-1 Erchim (Ulaanbaatar) 1998 Erchim (Ulaanbaatar) Delger 1999 ITI Bank-Bars Erchim (Ulaanbaatar) 2000 Erchim (Ulaanbaatar) Sonor 2001 Khangarid (Erdenet) Mon-Uran 2002 Erchim (Ulaanbaatar) Khangarid (Erdenet) 2003 Khangarid (Erdenet) 2-1 Mon-Uran 2004 Khangarid (Erdenet) 1-0 Khoromkhon (Ulaanbaatar) 2005 Khoromkhon (Ulaanbaatar) 1-0 Khangarid (Erdenet) 2006 Khasiin Khulguud (Ulaanbaatar) Khoromkhon (Ulaanbaatar) [*] 2007 Erchim (Ulaanbaatar) 1-0 Khangarid (Erdenet) 2008 Erchim (Ulaanbaatar) 3-1 Khoromkhon (Ulaanbaatar) 2009 Ulaanbaatar University 2-0 Erchim (Ulaanbaatar) 2010 Khangarid (Erdenet) 2-1 Mazaalai (Ulaanbaatar) 2011 FC Ulaanbaatar 1-0 Ulaanbaatar University [aet] 2012 Erchim (Ulaanbaatar) Khoromkhon (Ulaanbaatar) 2013 Erchim (Ulaanbaatar) 0-0 Khangarid (Erdenet) [4-1 pen] 2014 Khoromkhon (Ulaanbaatar) 1-0 Erchim (Ulaanbaatar) [*] as it was mentioned on the occasion of their championship in 1970 that Aldar had won the championship "many times", they presumably won several titles between 1956 and 1963. NB: Erchim's title 2013 was their eighth (all listed above) Khoromkhon's title 2005 was their first; Khudulmur's title in 1989 was their fourth (all listed above); Khudulmur translates to "Labour"; Ulaanbaatar University aka Ulaanbatar DS (Ulaanbaatar Deed Surguul') MFF League Championships (18; since 1996 but without 2006): 8 Erchim (Ulaanbaatar) 4 Khangarid (Erdenet) 2 Khoromkhon (Ulaanbaatar) 1 Delger FC Ulaanbaatar ITI Bank-Bars Ulaanbaatar University [*] the 2006 championship was not held as a normal league but in two stages of four groups due to reconstruction of the only football field in Mongolia and therefore does not count as an official MFF League championhip. Prior to the MFF League, the championship was decided by playoffs following a preliminary round between province ("aimak") or district teams as well as institutional sides (army, police, etc.) and an intermediate group stage.
Spartakiad Football Tournaments Year Champions Runners-Up 1946 Hilchin Airbase 1947 Hilchin 1948 Hilchin 1949 Hilchin 1950 Hilchin 1951 Tsereg 1952 Soyol Tsereg 1953 not known 1954 Soyol Soyol (2nd team) 1955 Soyol (2nd team) Soyol 1956 Khudulmur Aldar 1957-60 not known 1961 Aldar NB: no later data available Ulaanbaatar City Championship Year Champions Runners-Up 1955 not known 1956 not known 1957 Zamchin Khudulmur 1958 Horshoolol NB: no later data available; it may be that some of the national championships above were in fact championships of the Ulaanbaatar City league.
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