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Armenian Premier League
ArmenianPremierLeague
Country Flag of Armenia Armenia
Confederation UEFA
Founded 1992
Number of teams 8
Relegation to Armenian First League
Level on pyramid 1
Domestic cup(s) Armenian Independence Cup
UEFA cup(s) Champions League,
Europa League
Current champions Pyunik F.C. (2010)
Website Official website
Football current event 2018–19

The Armenian Premier League is the top football competition in Armenia. From 1936 to 1991, the competition was held as a regional tournament within the USSR. After independence, the Football Federation of Armenia has been the unit in charge. The seasons run from spring to fall. Over the years, the league has evolved into a small league consisting of only eight teams, and two minor divisions. The Premier League currently consists of eight teams, and relegates to the Armenian First League.

Soviet Time Champions

2016-17 Clubs

Winners

Year Winner Runner-up
1992 Shirak Banants
Homenetmen
1993 Ararat Shirak
1994 Shirak Homenetmen
1995 transitional season (no winner)
1995-96 Pyunik Shirak
1996-97 Pyunik Ararat
1997 Yerevan Shirak
1998 Tsement Shirak
1999 Shirak Ararat
2000 Araks Ararat
2001 Pyunik Zvartnots-AAL
2002 Pyunik Shirak
2003 Pyunik Banants
2004 Pyunik Mika
2005 Pyunik Mika
2006 Pyunik Banants
2007 Pyunik Banants
2008 Pyunik Ararat
2009 Pyunik Mika
2010 Pyunik Banants

Performance by club

Club Titles
Pyunik 13
Shirak 3
Araks 2
Ararat 1
Yerevan 1
  • Homenetmen is the former name of Pyunik
  • Tsement is the former name of Araks

External links

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