The whites-only Ligue de Football du Katanga was founded in Elisabethville (now Lubumbashi) 1911, and the 1925 edition of the local championship (called the B. Smith Cup) comprised 4 clubs (apparently this was the first official edition).
For the (known) champions of the 'black' Elisabethville Football Association (FASI, Fédérations et Associations Sportives Indigènes), see Congo-Kinshasa - Regional Champions.
A Katanga representation organised by the FASI played in a 'sub-Saharan championship 1950'.
1925 Union Minière 1926 Léopold FC 1927 Léopold FC 1928 Ramblers 1929 CFK Wanderers 1930 Léopold FC and Ramblers (shared) 1931-35 not known 1936 Ramblers 1937 Ramblers 1938 Ramblers 1939 Ramblers 1940 Jadotville FC 1941 Ramblers 1942 not played 1943 not played 1944 Collège FC 1945 Léopold FC 1946 Ramblers 1947 Jadotville FC 1948 Collège FC 1949 Jadotville FC 1950 Jadotville FC 1951-54 not known (not Jadotville FC) 1955 Jadotville FC 1956 Jadotville FC 1957 Jadotville FC 1958 Jadotville FC 1959 Jadotville FC 1960 Jadotville FC Number of Wins (25, of which 1 shared; 9 missing) 10 Jadotville FC 8 Ramblers [1 shared] 4 Léopold FC [1 shared] 2 Collège FC 1 Union Minière CFK Wanderers NB: Jadotville is now called Likasi; the other teams probably all were from Elizabethville, now called Lubumbashi.
Zaire regional champions
With thanks to Hans Schöggl
Sources: [FIF 31], [FIF 52], http://www.likasi.be/Stavros/Stavros_02b.htm
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