Played in Juba and Wau; start Nov 10; reportedly inaugural edition NB: reportedly 11 participants from various provinces, including 4 teams from Juba (these numbers do not fit the known participants) Known participants: Name (home town) [Province] Atlabara FC (Juba) [Central Equatoria] Hilal FC (Wau) [Western Bahr el-Ghazal] Imatong FC (Torit) [Eastern Equatoria] Jonglei United FC (Bor) [Jonglei] Olympic FC (Bentiu) [Unity] Salam FC (Abyei) [Abyei] Salam FC (Aweil) [Northern Bahr el-Ghazal] Salam FC (Kuajok) [Warrap] Salam FC (Raja) [Western Bahr el-Ghazal] Zalzal (Rumbek) [Lakes] NB: the provinces of Western Equatoria and Upper Nile are not represented [Nov 10] Atlabara 1-1 Jonglei United Salam (Abyei) - Salam (Raja) [Nov 11] Olympic 2-1 Imatong [Nov 12] Hilal 1-0 Salam (Kuajok) Zalzal 0-0 Salam (Abyei) [Nov 13] Atlabara - Olympic Salam (Raja) 0-4 Salam (Aweil) Olympic 2-0 Jonglei United [Nov 14] Atlabara - Imatong NB: Olympic FC (Bentiu) qualified for next round NB: Atlabara FC (Juba) reportedly won tournament
NB: winners qualify for 2014 CAF Confederation Cup [Aug ?] Atlabara FC 1-1 Munuki FC Kator FC 2-2 Hilal FC Top of Table: 1.Atlabara FC 18 . ?.Kator FC 9 [Aug 12] Kator FC - Atlabara FC [Aug 20] Atlabara FC 2-2 Al Nujum FC [in Juba] Merikh FC 4-2 Hi el Khrash [in Wau] Agrab al Aswed 3-0 Agrasco [in Kuajok] Torit United 1-3 Burkan FC [in Torit] [Aug 21] Merikh FC - Hilal FC Amal Al Hura FC - Jamus FC [Sep 18] Hilal FC 1-1 Sugr al-Asuat NB: tournament at halfway stage [Sep 20] Ahli FC - Zahra Aweil Stars - Day Sstar
NB: there are 10 provinces in South Sudan (Northern Bahr al Ghazal, Western Bahr al Ghazal, Warrap, Lakes, Western Equatoria, Central Equatoria, Eastern Equatoria, Jonglei, Unity and Upper Nile).
Central Equatoria First Division 10 participating teams, 5 will be promoted to the South Sudan League Round 1 [Apr 12?] Atlabara 0-0 Nujum FC Round 7 [May 29] Rainbow FC 1-0 Hilal Top of Table: 1.Rainbow FC 9 2.Hilal 8 Round 8 [May 31] Atlabara - Malakia [Jun ?] Nujum FC 2-1 Munuki FC Table: 1.Nujum FC 61 [?!] . 10.Munuki FC 6 [Sep ?] Atlabara 1-0 Hilal Table: 1.Atlabara 30 . 5.Hilal 17 [Sep 7] Nassir - Rabita [Sep 30] El-Nujum FC 0-2 Kator FC [Oct 2] Malakia FC 2-3 Atlabara FC [Oct 4] Melekia FC - Rabta FC Table: 1.Atlabara FC 32 2.Melekia FC 29 . .Kator FC 21 .El-Nujum FC 17 Relegated to Second Division [Oct 8] Atlabara FC 1-0 Nasser FC Champions: Atlabara (second year in a row) Second Division [Oct 28] Talanga FC 2-0 Gudele FC Champions and promoted: Talanga FC (relegated last year) Eastern Equatoria Quarterfinals [end of Apr?, Torit] Melekia drw Kenati [4-3 pen] NB: unclear whether for championship or cup tournament Northern Bahr El Ghazal First Division [Oct 2?] Muduria FC 3-1 Day Star Unity [Jun 11] Generation FC 1-0 Last Mart Nujum (Bentiu) 1-1 Kuir Bony Final [Oct 19?] Bentiu Olympic FC drw El-Nahda [4-1 pen] NB: winners qualified for "South Sudan main competitions" in Juba Warrap Final [end of Apr?, Kuajock] Salam FC drw Black Scorpion [9-8 pen] NB: Salam FC will represent Warrap state in the national South Sudan Football Championship. [Jun 6] Real Black 1-1 White Nile Western Bahr El Ghazal Final [end of Apr?, Wau] Hilal FC 3-1 Derejat [Jun 4] Nile FC 0-0 Sugr al-Asuad [Jun 7] Al-Etihad FC - Nazareth [Oct 2?] Gazala 0-0 El Salam Al-Nil 1-0 Hilal
South Sudan Cup 2013 Central Equatoria [Mar 17] St Bakhita drw Talanga FC [0-3 pen] Simba FC 0-2 Atlanta FC [Mar 19] El Nil drw Hurria FC [2-3 pen] 1/8 Finals [Mar 20] Talanga FC lt Atlabara FC Atlanta FC lt Nasir FC [Mar 24?] Gudele FC 4-2 Rain Bow [Mar 25] Amal Hura 0-6 Al-Hilal NB: Gudele and Amal Hura are from the second division Quarterfinals [Apr 2] Hurria FC lt Al-Malakia FC [Apr 3] (final quarterfinal) Al-Hilal - Gudele FC Final [Apr 9] Nasir FC 3-1 Al-Malakia FC [Fabian Aliyabo, Akon Chiboi, Adnan Nan; Ibrahim Mohamed] Upper Nile Quarterfinals Al-Ahli FC 1-0 Al-Nisr Al-Salam FC 1-0 Al-Mariek FC Semifinals [Mar 22] Al-Hilal - Al-Nahda FC Al-Salam FC - Al-Ahli FC Warrap State NB: matches in Kuajok Opening Match [Jul 17] Grasco - Freedom FC Western Equatoria Round 1 [Apr 2, Buduwe Stadium, Yambio] Al Salam FC 3-0 Bilfam FC [Apr 4?] Yambio Star FC 4-3 Super Eagle FC [Apr 5] Nile City FC - Ekuwa FC [Apr 11] Villa United drw Al Wihda FC [5-4 pen] Quarterfinals [Apr 13] Rhino FC - Al Salam Final Stage NB: 16 teams in 4 groups Group A [in Juba] [Aug 1] Malakia FC (Juba) ppd Bright Star FC (Bor) [Aug 2] Rabitha FC 2-0 El Nujum Torit Young Stars FC - El Nahda FC Group B [in Wau] [Aug 1] Al Hilal FC (Wau) - Al Salaam (Kuajok) Group C [in Yambio] Start ppd Group D [in Yambio] Start ppd Semifinals [Aug 15] Malakia FC (Juba) 3-3 Ahli (Malakal) [aet, 4-1 pen] [Aug 16] Salam FC 3-2 Amal Raja (Western Bahr el Ghazal) Final [Aug 18] Malakia FC (Juba) 2-0 Salam FC (Northern Bahr el-Ghazal) NB: Malakia FC qualified for 2014 African Confederation Cup Independence Cup 2013 NB: played in Juba Participants (4): Malakia FC Atlabara FC Rainbow FC Nujum FC Final [Jul 10] Malakia 1-0 Atlabara Inter-state Tournament 2013 NB: first edition; 7 participants [Northern Bahr El Ghazal and Unity withdrew due to financial and logistical reasons] All matches in Juba, at the Nyakuron ground Start: Jun 20 Semifinals [Jun ?] Western Bahr el Ghazal 2-1 Northern Bahr el Ghazal
list of champions and cup winners.
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