Guyana - List of Champions


National Championship

NB: status and structure of the tournaments below varied considerably over the years

Champions of Champions
1990    Santos FC (Georgetown)
1991/92 Santos FC (Georgetown)
1992    Topp XX (Linden)
1993      not held
Carib League
1994/95 Western Tigers FC (Georgetown)   1-0 Topp XX (Linden)
1995/96 Milerock (Linden)                bt  Pele FC (Georgetown)
1996    Omai Gold Seekers  [1] 
1997    Topp XX (Linden)
NBIC Championship
1998    Santos FC (Georgetown)           0-0 Conquerors (Georgetown)         [4-2 pen]
1999/00   apparently not held
National Football League
2000/01 Conquerors (Georgetown)
2001/02   not held
2002-09    not held
2009/10 Alpha United (Georgetown) 
2010    Alpha United (Georgetown) 
2012    Alpha United (Georgetown) 
2012/13 Alpha United (Georgetown) 
2013/14 Alpha United (Georgetown) 

NB: from 1992-1997 the NBIC Championship was not held; the Carib League, which later became
      a championship for the regional FA's and their sub-associations, was considered the 
      national club championship;
    until the 1940s Georgetown FC (founded 1902) was the "premier football team in Guyana".
    in 1971 Thomas United were the first club from Guyana to enter the CONCACAF Champions Cup;
      it is not known whether they qualified as national champions or as champions of Georgetown 
      (or otherwise).

[1] sometimes (erroneously) given as Omar Goal Sackers or Goal Seekers.

Regional Championships

Georgetown
NB: in 1961(?), at least the following clubs entered the Georgetown League:
      Wolves, Bourda Colts, Juventus, Juicee, Eastern United, Red Banners, 
      Continental (later called Thomas United);
    league known as Demico League between 1972 and 1995, consisting of two divisions
1976    Pele FC
1977    Pele FC
1978    Pele FC
1979    Camptown
1980-85   not known (Pele FC apparently won 1 championship, Camptown none)
1986    Santos
1987    Thomas United
1988/89 Pele FC
1989    Pele FC
1990    Guyana Defence Force
1991    Pele FC
1992    Camptown
1993/94 Thomas United
1995    Beacons
1996    Pele FC
1997    Western Tigers
1998/99 Santos
1999/00 Conquerors
2000/01   not finished
2001    Conquerors
2002      no championship 
2003    Conquerors
2004    Western Tigers
2005    Conquerors
2006    Alpha United
2007    Alpha United
2008    Alpha United
2009    Alpha United

Bartica
2006    Wolves

Berbice
1998    Arsenal FC (New Amsterdam)
1999    Pistons United
1999/00 Pistons United
2006    Monedderlust
2007    Monedderlust
2008    New Amsterdam United
2009    New Amsterdam United

Corentijne
1999/00 Young Strikers 

East Bank Demerara
2000    Timehri Panthers
2001/02 Mocha Champs
2002/03   unknown
2003    Mocha Champs
2003/04   unknown (Mocha Champs or Banks SC)
2004/05 Mocha Champs
2005    Mocha Champs
2006      unknown
2007      unknown
2008      not held
2009/10 Timehri Panthers
2011    Banks FC
2012      unknown
2013      unknown
2014    Grove Hi-Tech    

East Coast Demerara
1996    Black Water FC
1997    Victoria Kings
1998/99 Victoria Kings
1999/00 Black Stallions
2005    Victoria Kings
2006    Victoria Kings
2007    BV Triumph United 
2008    Buxton United
2009/10 Buxton Stars
2011    Victoria Kings 
2012    BV Triumph United 

NB: Victoria Kings won this league 9 times up to and including
    2011, apparently including all seasons from 2001 to 2006

Essequibo Coast/Pomeroon
1999    Gunners
2001    Queenstown SC

Region 9
2000    Saints

Upper Demerara  
1992    Topp XX
1993    Linden United
1994    Milerock
1996    Milerock
1998/99 Topp XX
1999/00 Eagles United (?)
2000/01 Milerock
2001/02 Topp XX
2002/03 Topp XX
2006    Topp XX
2007    Rusal
2008    Milerock 
2009    Milerock
2010/11 Amelia's Ward United 
NB: missing seasons not known

West Demerara
1990    Image
1991    Stewartville
1992    Stewartville
1997    Uitvlugt
1998    Pouderoyen
1999    Uitvlugt
2001/02 Den Amstel
2004    Uitvlugt
2005    Uitvlugt
2006    Pouderoyen
2012    Den Amstel
2013    Slingerz
NB: missing seasons not known


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