'Muslim' League 1994/95 Čelik (Zenica) 1995/96 Čelik (Zenica) 1996/97 Čelik (Zenica) 'Muslim'/Croatian Playoff Winners 1997/98 Željezničar (Sarajevo) 1998/99 FK Sarajevo [*] 1999/00 Brotnjo (Čitluk) Premijer Liga BiH ('Muslim'/Croat League) 2000/01 Željezničar (Sarajevo) 2001/02 Željezničar (Sarajevo) Premijer Liga BiH (national league also including Srpska clubs) 2002/03 Leotar (Trebinje) 2003/04 Široki Brijeg (Široki Brijeg) 2004/05 Zrinjski (Mostar) 2005/06 Široki Brijeg (Široki Brijeg) 2006/07 FK Sarajevo 2007/08 Modriča Maksima (Modriča) 2008/09 Zrinjski (Mostar) 2009/10 Željezničar (Sarajevo) 2010/11 Borac (Banja Luka) 2011/12 Željezničar (Sarajevo) 2012/13 Željezničar (Sarajevo) 2013/14 Zrinjski (Mostar) 2014/15 FK Sarajevo 2015/16 Zrinjski (Mostar) 2016/17 Zrinjski (Mostar) 2017/18 Zrinjski (Mostar) 2018/19 FK Sarajevo 2019/20 FK Sarajevo 2020/21 Borac (Banja Luka) 2021/22 Zrinjski (Mostar) [*] as the 'Muslim'/Croat playoff was cancelled, NSBiH proclaimed the winners of their regular season as champions. NB: 1997/98 to 1999/00 the 'Muslim' and Croat federation organised separate championships with the top teams from both leagues entering a playoff, whose winners are listed above. Number of Titles (28) 7 Zrinjski (Mostar) 6 Željezničar (Sarajevo) [also won 1 championship in Yugoslavia] 5 FK Sarajevo [also won 2 championships in Yugoslavia] 3 Čelik (Zenica) 2 Borac (Banja Luka) Široki Brijeg 1 Brotnjo (Čitluk) Leotar (Trebinje) Modriča Maksima (Modriča)
NSBiH ('Muslim') Herceg-Bosna (Croat) Srpska (Serbian) 1993/94 Mladost-Dubint Široki Brijeg 1994/95 Čelik (Zenica) Mladost-Dubint Široki Brijeg 1995/96 Čelik (Zenica) Mladost Široki Brijeg Boksit (Milići) 1996/97 Čelik (Zenica) Široki Brijeg Rudar (Ugljevik) 1997/98 Bosna (Visoko) Široki Brijeg Rudar (Ugljevik) 1998/99 FK Sarajevo Posušje Radnik (Bijeljina) 1999/00 Jedinstvo (Bihac) Posušje Boksit (Milići) 2000/01 discontinued discontinued Borac (Banja Luka) 2001/02 Leotar (Trebinje) 2002/03 discontinued NB: winners of the second level league of Srpska from 2002/03 onward are not considered regional champions as the best clubs of the region play in the national league.
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