Equatoguinean Primera División

Liga Nacional de Fútbol
Founded 1979
Country Equatorial Guinea
Confederation CAF
Number of teams 12
Level on pyramid 1
Relegation to Segunda División
Domestic cup(s) Equatoguinean Cup
International cup(s) Champions League
Confederation Cup
Current champions Leones Vegetarianos (1st title)
(17)
Most championships Sony de Elá Nguema
(16 titles)
2018 Equatoguinean Primera División

The Liga Nacional de Fútbol (formerly known as Liga Semiprofesional and Primera División de Honor) is the top division of the Equatoguinean football league system, it was created in 1979.

Prior to independence, two separate leagues existed, one for Europeans (European League) and one for the locals (Liga Indigenas).

Since 2011, it's a semi-professional league.[1] From the 2012 season, the tournament is no longer divided into the group playing in Malabo and the group playing in Bata, but a single group and clubs play matches in seven different stadiums in the country.[2]

2013 final stage

1.Akonangui           4   3  1  0   6- 1  10  Champions
2.Leones Vegetarianos 3   2  0  1   4- 3   6
3.The Panthers        3   2  0  1   0- 1   6
4.Atlético Semu	   3   1  1  1   1- 0   4
5.Sony de Elá Nguema  2   1  0  1   1- 2   3
6.Deportivo Mongomo   2   1  0  1   0- 0   3
7.AD Mesi Nkulu	   2   0  0  2   0- 0   0
8.Campo Amor	   3   0  0  3   0- 5   0

Liga FEGUIFUT 2018 - Teams[3]

Previous winners

Performance By Club

Club City Titles Last Title
Sony de Elá NguemaMalabo162015–16
AkonanguiEbebiyín52013
RenacimientoMalabo42007
Deportivo MongomoMongomo32010
Atlético MalaboMalabo32003
Leones VegetarianosMalabo12017
Racing de MicomesengMicomeseng12015
Café SportifMalabo11996
DragónBata11983
Real RebolaRebola11979

References

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