The 2009/10 league apparently was the first with 'equal rights', with 3 clubs from Tortola and 5 from Virgin Gorda; all regular season matches were played on Virgin Gorda and the championship playoff on Tortola. In 2010/11, matches during the regular season were held on both islands (and no playoff was organised).
In 1999, a club from Virgin Gorda joined the Tortola league for the first time. The Tortola league was not played after the abandonment of the 2005 season; between 2006 and 2008 there only was a league on Virgin Gorda.
2009/10 Islanders (Tortola) 2010/11 Islanders (Tortola) 2011/12 Islanders (Tortola) 2012/13 Islanders (Tortola) 2013/14 Islanders (Tortola) 2014/15 (9-a-side) Islanders (Tortola) 2015/16 (9-a-side) Islanders (Tortola) 2016/17
NB: first league organised in 1968 by Royal Engineers 1968-69 not known 1970 The Bronze [*1] 1971-78 not known 1979 SKB Budweiser 1980 Queen City Strikers 1981 SKB Budweiser 1982 International Motors 1983 International Motors 1984 SKB Budweiser 1985 SKB Budweiser 1986 SKB Budweiser 1987 SKB Budweiser 1988 league abandoned 1989 Popeye Bombers 1990 Jolly Rogers Strikers 1991 Hairoun 1992 Hairoun 1993 Interfada 1994 Interfada 1995 Interfada 1996 Black Lions (Road Town) 3-0 Veterans 1997 Interfada [*2] 1997/98 BDO Binder Stingers (Road Town) 1-1 Eagles (West End) [6-5 pen] 1998/99 Veterans (Road Town) 3-1 HBA Panthers 1999/00 HBA Panthers 2000/01 HBA Panthers 2001 Future Stars United (Road Town) 2002 HBA Panthers 2003 Old Madrid 2004 Valencia I 2005 league abandoned 2006-now no competition since 2006 (joint league with Virgin Gorda since 2009, see above) [*1] The Bronze dominated the league, winning the championship for a number of years [*2] Interfada disbanded in 1998. NB: BDO Binder Stingers were called Black Lions 1992-97.
1996 Spice United 1997 Beverly Hills 1998 United Kickers 1999 not known 2000 Rangers 2001 Rangers 2002/03 Rangers 2003/04 Rangers 2004/05 Rangers 2005 Hairoun 2006 Rangers 2007 Rangers 2008 Hairoun Stars 2009 no competition (first ever 'joint' league, see above) NB: on the occasion of Hairoun's championship 2005 it was mentioned they had ended a 'eight-year reign' of Rangers; after their 2007 championship, Rangers were reported to have won 10 of the 11 last championships; this is peculiar as they were not listed among the 1998 or 1999 participants and the 1998 winners United Kickers finished runners-up behind Rangers in 2000 so cannot be a former name of the club.
Partial source: BVI FA
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