Football championship were played in the British colony of Aden (at the time as Aden Settlement an administrative part of British India) since at least 1934, when local side Al-Ittihad Al-Mohammadi (nowadays called Al-Tilal) made its first appearance in the Rozario Cup, whose other entrants included Al-Husseini, the Jojoom Al-Layl club of Crater, Al-Mawaledah and Bambot of Ma'alla, and clubs from Sheikh Othman (presumably including Al-Wahda) and Al-Tawahi.
North Yemen South Yemen 1978/79 Al-Wahda (Sanaa) 1979/80 Al-Zuhra (Sanaa) 1980/81 Al-Ahli (Sanaa) 1981/82 Al-Shaab (Sanaa) 1982/83 Al-Ahli (Sanaa) 1983/84 Al-Ahli (Sanaa) Al-Shorta (Aden) 1985/86 Al-Shorta (Sanaa) 1986/87 not played 1987/88 Al-Ahli (Sanaa) 1988/89 Al-Yarmouk (Sanaa) 1989/90 Al-Yarmouk (Sanaa)
1990/91 Al-Tilal (Aden) 1991/92 Al-Ahli (Sanaa) 1992/93 not played 1993/94 Al-Ahli (Sanaa) 1994/95 Al-Wahda (Sanaa) 1995/96 not played 1996/97 Al-Wahda (Sanaa) 1997/98 Al-Wahda (Sanaa) 1998/99 Al-Ahli (Sanaa) 1999/00 Al-Ahli (Sanaa) 2000/01 Al-Ahli (Sanaa) 2002 Al-Wahda (Sanaa) 2002/03 Al-Sha'ab (Ibb) 2003/04 Al-Sha'ab (Ibb) 2005 Al-Tilal (Aden) 2006 Al-Saqr (Taizz) 2007 Al-Ahli (Sanaa) 2007/08 Al-Hilal (Hudayda) 2008/09 Al-Hilal (Hudayda) 2009/10 Al-Saqr (Taizz) 2010/11 Al-Urooba (Zabid) 2011/12 Al-Sha'ab (Ibb) 2013 Number of Wins (20; since 1990) 6 Al-Ahli (Sanaa) 4 Al-Wahda (Sanaa) 3 Al-Sha'ab (Ibb) 2 Al-Hilal (Hudayda) Al-Saqr (Taizz) Al-Tilal (Aden) 1 Al-Urooba (Zabid)
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