Slovenia - List of Champions


The country is independent since 1991; the "Slovenska Liga" until 1991 did usually not contain all Slovenian clubs (e.g. Olimpija usually played in the first Yugoslavian division of which the Slovenian league at the time was a feeder league). In the thirties, the league contained at least one club from Croatia, ČSK from Čakovec, who won it in 1938.

See also Yugoslavia - List of Champions.


1920    SFK Ilirija (Ljubljana)
1921    SFK Ilirija (Ljubljana)
1922    SFK Ilirija (Ljubljana)
1923    SFK Ilirija (Ljubljana)
1924    SFK Ilirija (Ljubljana)
1925    SFK Ilirija (Ljubljana)
1926    SFK Ilirija (Ljubljana)
1927    SFK Ilirija (Ljubljana)
1928    ASK Primorje (Ljubljana)
1929    ASK Primorje (Ljubljana)
1930    SFK Ilirija (Ljubljana)
1931    1. SSK Maribor
1932    SFK Ilirija (Ljubljana)
1933    1. SSK Maribor
1934    SFK Ilirija (Ljubljana)
1935    SFK Ilirija (Ljubljana)
1936    NK Ljubljana
1937    NK Železničar (Maribor)
1938    ČSK (Čakovec)
1939    1. SSK Maribor
1940    NK Železničar (Maribor)
1941    NK Ljubljana
1942-45   [no tournament]
1946    NK Nafta (Lendava)
1947    NK Enotnost (Ljubljana)
1948    Garnizija JLA (Ljubljana)
1949    Železničar (Ljubljana)
1950    NK Korotan (Prevalje)
1951    NK Branik (Maribor)
1952    NK Odred (Ljubljana)
1953-58   [no tournament]
1959    NK Branik (Maribor)
1960    NK Branik (Maribor)
1961    NK Maribor
1962    NK Olimpija (Ljubljana)
1963    NK Ljubljana
1964    Kladivar (Celje)
1965    Slovan (Ljubljana)
1966    NK Aluminij (Kidričevo)
1967    NK Ljubljana
1968    NK Ljubljana
1969    NK Železničar (Maribor)
1970    NK Mura (Murska Sobota)
1971    Merkator (Ljubljana)
1972    NK Rudar (Tribovje)
1973    NK Železničar (Maribor)
1974    NK Rudar (Tribovje)
1975    Merkator (Ljubljana)
1976    NK Maribor
1977    NK Rudar (Velenje)
1978    Merkator (Ljubljana)
1979    NK Rudar (Trebovje)
1980    Merkator (Ljubljana)
1981    NK Šmartno
1982    NK Maribor
1983    Slovan (Ljubljana)
1984    NK Maribor
1985    NK Koper
1986    NK Maribor
1987    NK Olimpija (Ljubljana)
1988    NK Koper
1989    NK Ljubljana
1990    NK Izola
1991    NK Rudar (Velenje)

NB: Enotnost and Odred were temporarily names for Olimpija (Ljubljana);
    Primorje (Ljubljana) are now called Vega Olimpia (Ljubljana);
    Branik (Maribor) dissolved in 1960.


As independent state since 1991.

list of final tables

1991/92 Olimpija (Ljubljana)
1992/93 Olimpija (Ljubljana)
1993/94 Olimpija (Ljubljana)
1994/95 Olimpija (Ljubljana)
1995/96 Gorica
1996/97 Branik (Maribor)
1997/98 Branik (Maribor)
1998/99 Branik (Maribor)
1999/00 Branik (Maribor)
2000/01 Branik (Maribor)
2001/02 Branik (Maribor)
2002/03 Branik (Maribor)
2003/04 Gorica
2004/05 Gorica
2005/06 Gorica
2006/07 Domžale 
2007/08 Domžale 
2008/09 Maribor
2009/10 Koper
2010/11 Maribor
2011/12 Maribor
2012/13 Maribor
2013/14

Number of Titles (22)
 
11 Maribor [temporarily known as Branik (Maribor)]

 4 Gorica
   Olimpija (Ljubljana)

 2 Domžale 

 1 Koper

NB: Maribor were temporarily part of the omnisports club Branik; they are in
    no way related to the football club Branik which won the regional league
    of Slovenia on 3 occasions between 1951 and 1960 but was dissolved in 1960.


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