Comoros - List of Champions

Champions Comoros
1979/80 Coin Nord (Mitsamiouli)
1980-83   not known
1983/84   not known; Coin Nord (Mitsamiouli) runners-up
1984/85   not known
1985/86 Coin Nord (Mitsamiouli)
1986-89   not known
1989/90 Coin Nord (Mitsamiouli)
1990/91 Etoile du Sud (Foumboni)
1991/92 Etoile du Sud (Foumboni)
1992/93 US Zilimadjou (Moroni); Faigaffe Club (Ouani) runners-up
1992-94   not known
1994/95 Elan Club (Mitsoudjé)
1995/96 Elan Club (Mitsoudjé)
1996/97   not known
1997/98 US Zilimadjou (Moroni)
1998/99 Volcan Club (Moroni)
1999/00   not known
2000/01 Coin Nord (Mitsamiouli) [*1]
2001/02   not known            
2002/03   not known; Coin Nord (Mitsamiouli) runners-up
2003/04 Elan Club (Mitsoudjé)   [*2]
2005    Coin Nord (Mitsamiouli) [*3]
2006    AJSM (Mutsamudu)
2007    Coin Nord (Mitsamiouli)
2008    Etoile d'Or (Mirontsy)
2009    Apaches Club (Mitsamiouli)
2010    Elan Club (Mitsoudjé)
2011    Coin Nord (Mitsamiouli)
2012    Djabal FC (Iconi)
2013    Komorozine (Domoni) 
2014

[*1] US Zilimadjou won Coupe Inter-Ligue 2001 and Tournoi Inter-Ligues 2001;
     another source claims Fomboni Club won the 2001 championship ahead of 
     US Zilimadjou and Gombessa (Mutsamudu)
[*2] other source: Belle Lumière (Djaezi)
[*3] other source: Chirazienne (Domoni); however, Coin Nord (Mitsamiouli)
     played in the 2006 CAF Champions' Cup

NB: Faigaffe Club (Ouani) won multiple championships but the years are unknown;
    Coin Nord won the above 7 championships and no others;
    Elan Club (Mitsoudjé) won the above 3 championships and no others;
    Volcan Club (Moroni) won 3 championships, years not known;

Towns on Ngazidja (Grande Comore) include:
Dembéni, Foumbouni, Iconi, Itsikoudi, Mbéni, Mitsamiouli, Mitsoudjé,
Moroni, Mtsangani, Mvouni, Seléa, Zilimadjou

Towns on Ndzuani (Anjouan) include:
Domoni, Mirontsy, Mutsamudu, Ouani, Sima, Tsembéhou

Towns on Mwali (Mohéli) include:
Bangoma, Djaezi (also spelled Djoiezi), Fomboni, Nioumachoua

Island Champions

Ngazidja (Grande Comore)
1992    Etoile du Sud (Foumboni)
1993-94   not known
1995    Elan Club (Mitsoudjé)
1996-02   not known
2003    Volcan Club (Moroni)	
2004    Elan Club (Mitsoudjé)
2005    Coin Nord (Mitsamiouli) 
2006    Elan Club (Mitsoudjé)
2007    Coin Nord (Mitsamiouli)
2008    Coin Nord (Mitsamiouli)
2009    Apaches Club (Mitsamiouli)
2010    Elan Club (Mitsoudjé)
2011    Coin Nord (Mitsamiouli)
2012    Djabal FC (Iconi)
2013    Enfants des Comores (Vuvuni Bamabao)
2014  

NB: Volcan Club (Moroni) won 5 successive championships, years unknown;
    the 2011 title of Coin Nord (Mitsamiouli) was their 13th overall,
    presumably including titles in the seasons they won the national
    championship (1979/80, 1985/86, 1989/90, 1998/99, 2000/01); likewise
    Etoile du Sud presumably won the Ngazidja league as well in 1990/91,
    and US Zilimadjou in 1992/93 and 1997/98; in 1997, Apache Club were
    runners-up

Ndzuani (Anjouan)
1995    Faigaffe Club (Ouani) 
1996    Faigaffe Club (Ouani) 
1997-03   not known
2004    Etoile d'Or (Mirontsy)
2005    Chirazienne (Domoni)
2006    AJSM (Mutsamudu)
2007    Ngazi Sports (Mirontsy) 
2008    Etoile d'Or (Mirontsy)
2009    Style Nouvel (Sima)   
2010    Komorozine (Domoni) 
2011    Style Nouvel (Sima)   
2012    Style Nouvel (Sima)   
2013    Komorozine (Domoni) 
2014    

Mwali (Mohéli)
2003    Belle Lumière (Djaezi)
2004    Belle Lumière (Djaezi)
2005    Belle Lumière (Djaezi)
2006    Fomboni Club 
2007    Fomboni Club 
2008      not confirmed (Fomboni Club or Ouragan de Bangoma)
2009    Belle Lumière (Djaezi)
2010    Fomboni Club 
2011    Fomboni Club 
2012    Fomboni Club 
2013      abandoned
2014  

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