Trinidad and Tobago - List of Champions

Port of Spain Football League
1908    Clydesdale
1909    Casuals
1910    Shamrock
1911    Shamrock
1912    Casuals
1913    Casuals
1914    Clydesdale
1915    Clydesdale
1916-18   no league
1919    Queen's Park (as winners of Bonanza Cup)
1920    Royal Sussex
1921    Casuals
1922    Shamrock
1923    Shamrock
1924    Shamrock
1925    Shamrock
1926    Sporting Club
1927    Maple 
1928    Maple
1929    Casuals
1930    Everton
1931    Everton
1932    Everton
1933    Queen's Royal College 
1934    Casuals
1935    Casuals          [*1]
1936    Sporting Club
1937    Sporting Club
1938    Casuals          
1939    Notre Dame
1940    Casuals
1941    Casuals
1942    Colts
1943    Fleet Air Arm
1944    Shamrock
1945    Colts
1946    Notre Dame
1947    Colts            [*2]
1948    Malvern
1949    Malvern
1950    Maple
1951    Maple
1952    Maple
1953    Maple
1954    Sporting Club
1955    Sporting Club
1956    Notre Dame
1957    Colts
1958    Shamrock
1959    Shamrock
1960    Maple 
1961    Maple 
1962    Maple 
1963    Maple
1964    Paragon
1965    Regiment
1966    Regiment
1967    Maple
1968    Maple 
1969    Maple 
1970    Regiment
1971      season not finished
1972    Defence Force
1973    Defence Force
National League
1974    Defence Force
1975    Defence Force
1976    Defence Force
1977    Defence Force
1978    Defence Force
1979    Police
1980    Defence Force
1981    Defence Force
1982    ASL Sports       [*3]
1983    ASL Sports       [*3]
1984    Defence Force
1985    Defence Force
1986    Trintoc
1987    Defence Force
1988    Trintoc
1989    Defence Force
1990    Defence Force
1991    Police
1992    Defence Force 
1993    Defence Force 
1994    Police
1995    Defence Force
Semi-Professional League
1996    Defence Force 
1997    Defence Force 
1998    Joe Public 
Professional League
1999    Defence Force 
2000    Williams Connection 
2001    Williams Connection 
2002    San Juan Jabloteh  
2003    San Juan Jabloteh  
2004    North East Stars 
2005    Williams Connection 
2006    Joe Public 
2007    San Juan Jabloteh   
2008    San Juan Jabloteh   
2009    Joe Public 
2010/11 Defence Force 
2011/12 Williams Connection 
2012/13 Defence Force 
2013/14 Williams Connection 

[*1] other participants 1935 included Prisons and Invincible
[*2] Malvern finished runners-up 1947, 5 points behind Colts
[*3] champions of rival professional league which only lasted two
     seasons

NB: in 1934 Casuals won all available trophies, a performance emulated by Shamrock in 1959

Number of Titles (101)

22 Defence Force (Chaguaramas)

13 Maple Club (Port of Spain)

11 Casuals

 9 Shamrock

 5 Sporting Club
   Williams Connection FC (Point Lisas)

 4 Colts
   San Juan Jabloteh  

 3 Everton
   Joe Public FC (Arouca)  
   Notre Dame
   Police FC (St. James) 
   Regiment

 2 ASL Sports
   Clydesdale
   Malvern United (Port of Spain)
   Trintoc FC (Port of Spain)

 1 Fleet Air Arm
   North East Stars (Sangre Grande)
   Paragon
   Queen's Park
   Queen's Royal College
   Royal Sussex

Tobago League

1999    Phoenix Red (Canaan) 
2000    Phoenix Red (Canaan) 
2001    Saint Clair's Coaching School (?)
2002    Saint Clair's Coaching School
2003    Saint Clair's Coaching School
2004    Saint Clair's Coaching School
2005    Charlotteville Unifiers
2006    Stokely Vale 
2007    Stokely Vale    
2008    Georgia United   
2009    Stokely Vale     
2010/11 Saint Clair's Coaching School
2011/12 Saint Clair's Coaching School
2012/13 Bethel United
2013/14 Goal City

Second League

1911    St Mary's
1912    St Mary's
1913    St Mary's
1914    Unity
1915    St Mary's
1916-18   not known
1919    Shamrock
1920-27   not known
1928    Constabulary            [runners-up: Everton]
1929-43   not known
1944    Malvern

Minor Leagues

Eddie Hart Football League
1967-94   not known
1995    House of Dread (first title)
1996-02   not known
2003    Santos FC
2004    House of Dread  
2005    House of Dread 
2006    Valtrin United
2007    Santos FC [or Bonair FC?]
2008    Parliament FC (fifth title)
2009    MAASH International
2010      not known
2011    MAASH International     [runners-up: Tunapuna Slappers]
2012-13   not known
NB: Parliament FC have won this league 4 times before 2003; the 2014 edition (start Jul 27)
    was the 48th
 
Fyzabad Community Football League
2005    Avocat United
2006    Avocat United
2007      not known
2008      not known
2009    Gons SC
2010    Boca Juniors
2011    Boca Juniors
2012    Boca Juniors
2013      cancelled

Mayaro Football League
2003    Mayguay
2004    Mayaro Spurs SC
2005    Cosmos           
2006    Mayaro Spurs SC    
2007    Mandingo United
2008    Mandingo United
2009    Illusion SC
2010    Mayaro United 
2011    Mayaro Boys SC
2012    Maguaya United
2013    Limers Youth Lions
 
NB. the 2013 edition was the 14th; winners prior to 2003 (3 editions) not known


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