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Ligue1, LP1

Tunisian Ligue Professionnelle 1
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Country Tunisia
Confederation CAF
Founded 1921
Number of teams 16
Levels on pyramid 1
Relegation to Tunisian Ligue Professionnelle 2
Domestic cup(s) Tunisian President Cup
International cup(s) Champions League
Confederation Cup
Arab Champions League
Current champions CS Sfaxien
(2012–13 Tunisian Ligue Professionnelle 1)
Most championships Espérance Sportive de Tunis (25)
Website www.ftf.org.tn
2012–13 Tunisian Ligue Professionnelle 1

The CLP-1 or "Championnat de la Ligue Professionnelle 1" (Arabic: الرابطة المحترفة الأولى لكرة القدم‎) is the top division of the Tunisian Football Federation. It was created in 1921.

History

The football championship of Tunisia,was first held in 1907 by the "Ligue Tunisienne de football" (Tunisian League of football - LTF) then the Tunisian Football Federation (FTF). The first edition opposed the three teams of "Racing club of Tunis", "Football club of Bizerte" and "Sporting of Ferryville" and the two school teams of the "Carnot College of Tunis" and the "Sadiki College". It becomes official with the creation of the LTF in 1921 and its affiliation to the French federation of football. Until 1939, the title of champion is attributed as a result of dams between the regional champions. But from 1946–1947, a championship of "excellence" (national division) is created and competes nationally. In 1944-1945, 1945–1946 and 1952–1953, the championship is not disputed and is replaced by a criterium (a kind of tournament pools where participation is voluntary). The current big clubs are created during this period: "Esperance Sportive de Tunis" (1919), "Club African" (1920), "Etoile Sportive du Sahel" (1925), "Club Athletic Bizertin" and "Club Sportif Sfaxien" (1928).

Clubs 2012/13

Tunisia Champions before Independence

Tunisia Champions after Independence (1956)

Performance By Club All Time

Club Wins
Espérance Sportive de Tunis 25
Club Africain 12
Étoile Sportive du Sahel 9
Club Sportif Sfaxien 8
Stade Tunisien 4
Bizerte Athletic F.C. 4
Club Sportif de Hammam-Lif 4
Italia de Tunis 4
Sfax Railways Sports 3
US Tunisienne 3
Stade Gaulois de Tunis 3
Racing Club de Tunis 2
Sporting Club de Tunis 2
Jeunesse Sportive Kairouanaise 1
Savoia de la Goulette 1
CS Gabésien 1
Avant Garde de Tunis 1

Top scorers

  • 1955-56 : Tunisia Habib Mougou (ESS) (25)
  • 1956-57 : Tunisia Brahim Ben Miled (JSMet) (20)
  • 1957-58 : Tunisia Habib Mougou (ESS)
& Tunisia Boubaker Haddad (CAB) (28)
  • 1958-59 : Tunisia Abdelmajid Tlemçani (EST) (32)
  • 1959-60 : Tunisia Abdelmajid Tlemçani (EST) (22)
  • 1960-61 : Tunisia Ammar Merrichkou (ASM) (18)
  • 1961-62 : Tunisia Chedly Laaouini (EST) (16)
  • 1962-63 : Tunisia Mokhtar Chelbi (ASM) (16)
  • 1963-64 : Tunisia Mongi Dalhoum (CSS) (15)
  • 1964-65 : Tunisia Mohamed Salah Jedidi (CA) (17)
  • 1965-66 : Tunisia Mongi Dalhoum (CSS) (18)
  • 1966-67 : Tunisia Abdelwahab Lahmar (ST) (14)
  • 1967-68 : Tunisia Kamel Henia (CSHL) (10)
  • 1968-69 : Tunisia Mohamed Salah Jedidi (CA) (17)
  • 1969-70 : Tunisia Othman Jenayah (ESS) (15)
  • 1970-71 : Tunisia Abdesselam Adhouma (ESS) (17)
  • 1971-72 : Tunisia Moncef Khouini (CA) (12)
  • 1972-73 : Tunisia Ezzedine Chakroun (SRS) (23)
  • 1973-74 : Tunisia Abdesselam Adhouma (ESS) (16)
  • 1974-75 : Tunisia Zoubeir Ghenia (EST) (24)
  • 1975-76 : Tunisia Raouf Ben Aziza (ESS) (20)

  • 1976-77 : Tunisia Moncef Ouada (JSK) (16)
  • 1977-78 : Tunisia Raouf Ben Aziza (ESS) (20)
  • 1978-79 : Tunisia Mahmoud Tebourski (OK) (13)
  • 1979-80 : Tunisia Hédi Bayari (CA) (14)
  • 1980-81 : Tunisia Habib Gasmi (CA) (16)
  • 1981-82 : Tunisia Riadh El Fahem (EST) (13)
  • 1982-83 : Tunisia Hédi Bayari (CA) (17)
  • 1983-84 : Tunisia Hédi Bayari (CA) (12)
  • 1984-85 : Tunisia Faouzi Henchiri (COT) (9)
  • 1985-86 : Tunisia Nebil Tasco (CSHL) (12)
  • 1986-87 : Tunisia Adnène Laajili (USMo) (14)
  • 1987-88 : Tunisia Nabil Maaloul (EST) (14)
  • 1988-89 : Tunisia Abdelhamid Hergal (ST) (15)
  • 1989-90 : Tunisia Faouzi Rouissi (CA) (18)
  • 1990-91 : Tunisia Othman Chehaibi (JSK) (15)
  • 1991-92 : Tunisia Hechmi Sassi (ST)
& Tunisia Amor Ben Tahar (OCK) (14)
  • 1992-93 : Tunisia Abdelkader Belhassen (CAB)
& Zambia Kenneth Malitoli (EST) (18)
  • 1993-94 : Zambia Kenneth Malitoli (EST) (14)
  • 1994-95 : Tunisia Belhassen Aloui (CSHL) (18)

  • 1995-96 : Tunisia Sami Touati (CA) (17)
  • 1996-97 : Tunisia Sami Lâaroussi (EST) (14)
  • 1997-98 : Tunisia Abdelkader Belhassen (EST)
& Tunisia Ziad Tlemçani (EST) (15)
Tunisia Haikel Gmamdia (CSS)
& Mali Tenema N'Diaye (CSS) (9)

External links

  • League at fifa.com
  • RSSSF competition history
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