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Elite One

MTN Elite One
Country Cameroon
Confederation CAF
Founded 1961
Number of teams 14
Level on pyramid 1
Relegation to Elite two
Domestic cup(s) Cameroon Cup
Super Coupe Roger Milla
International cup(s) Champions League
Confederation Cup
Current champions Coton Sport FC
(2015)
Most championships Coton Sport FC (14)
2015

The Championnat du Cameroun de football (also known as MTN Elite One since 2007 for sponsorship reasons) is the top division of association football in Cameroon, governed by the Fédération Camerounaise de Football since its establishment in 1961.

Contents

  • Clubs – Season 2015 1
  • Champions 2
  • Titles by team 3
  • Topscorers 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Clubs – Season 2015

Locations of the 2013–14 Premiere Division

Champions

Champions were:[1]

Titles by team

Club Titles
Coton Sport FC (Garoua) 14
Canon Sportif de Yaoundé 10
Tonnerre Kalara Club 5
Oryx Douala 5
US Douala 5
RC Bafoussam 4
Caïman Douala 3
Aigle Nkongsamba 2
Léopards Douala 2
Diamant Yaoundé 1
Unisport FC (Bafang) 1
Sable FC (Batié) 1
Fovu Club (Baham) 1
Tiko United FC 1

Topscorers

Year Best scorers Team Goals
2002 Hans Eric Ekounga Coton Sport FC
2003 Etélé Ambassa Jean Bamboutos FC 14
2005 Bakari Inoi Kadji Sport Academy 20
2006 Francis Litsingi Coton Sport FC 15
2007/08 Ayuk Roland Agbor Tiko United FC 36
2008/09 Daouda Kamilou Coton Sport FC

References

  1. ^

External links

  • Elite One at FIFA.com
  • Official site (French)
  • League at MTNfootball.com
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