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Slovenian Women's League

Slovenian Women's League
Country Slovenia
Confederation UEFA
Founded 1992 (1992)
Divisions 1
Number of teams 9
Levels on pyramid 1
Domestic cup(s) Slovenian Women's Cup
International cup(s) UEFA Champions League
Current champions Pomurje (4th title)
Most championships Krka (8 titles)

The Slovenian Women's League (Slovenian: Slovenska ženska nogometna liga, SŽNL, Slovenian women's football league) is the top level women's football league of Slovenia. It was founded in 1992 and currently features ten teams.

The champion of the league qualifies for a spot in the UEFA Women's Champions League.


The teams play each other twice per season. Thus every team plays 14 matches. There is no relegation system in place. In 2010–11 a playoff system was adopted. After the regular season the top 4 and bottom 4 team play each other twice again with the points added to the regular season record. After that the winner of the top 4 group is crowned champion.

2014–15 teams



Top scorers

The following is a list of all seasons's top scorers since 2001.[3] Tanja Vrabel have won the award a record six times. Mateja Zver achieved the highest number of goals per season, scoring 61 goals in just 21 games.
Season Top scorer Club Goals (Apps)
2000–01 Anica Korpič Rudar Škale 32 (14)
2001–02 Anica Korpič Rudar Škale 43 (20)
2002–03 Anica Korpič Odranci 43 (20)
2003–04 Anica Korpič Krka 44 (20)
2004–05 Karmen Vais Pomurje 43 (20)
2005–06 Anica Korpič Krka 27 (20)
2006–07 Mateja Zver Pomurje 61 (21)
2007–08[4] Natalija Golob Slovenj Gradec 38 (20)
2008–09 Tanja Vrabel Pomurje 33 (17)
2009–10 Tanja Vrabel Pomurje 30 (14)
2010–11 Tanja Vrabel Pomurje 50 (20)
2011–12 Tanja Vrabel Pomurje 36 (20)
2012–13 Tanja Vrabel Pomurje 44 (18)
2013–14 Tanja Vrabel Pomurje 49 (19)


  1. ^; Slovenia (Women) Final Rankings
  2. ^; Dosedanje zmagovalke
  3. ^; Goal strikers
  4. ^; Goal scorers 2007/08

External links

  • Official website (Slovene)
  • League at UEFA
  • Slovenian League at
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