1990 Lao Army (Vientiane) 1991 Lao Army (Vientiane) 1992 Lao Army (Vientiane) 1993 Savannakhet (Savannakhet) [play in Thakhek] Lao Army (Vientiane) 1994 Lao Army (Vientiane) 1995 Pakse (Pakse) Education Team 1996 Lao Army 1997 Sayaboury (Sayaboury) [play in Luangprabang] Lao Army (Vientiane) 1998 Khammouan Province Team (?) 1999 not known 2000 Vientiane Municipality (national games) 2001 Banks 2002 Telecom and Transportation 2003 Telecom and Transportation 2004 Telecom and Transportation 2005 Vientiane FC 2006 Vientiane FC 2007 Lao-American College FC 2008 Army 2009 not held 2010 Banks (aka Bank of Laos) 2011 Ministry of Public Works and Transport 2012 Lao Police 2013 SHB Champasak FC 2014 Hoang Anh Attapeu FC 2015 Lao Toyota FC 2016 Lanexang United FC 2017 Lao Toyota FC 2018 Lao Toyota FC 2019 Lao Toyota FC 2020 Lao Toyota FC NB: the tournaments won 1993 by Savannakhet and 1995 by Pakse were held without Vientiane teams, who were excluded, and apparently organised a second championship. The second championship in 1997, won by Lao Army, was the first official championship, played by 4 teams from Vientiane and 4 from the provinces. Public Health Ministry never won the league. The 2001 and 2010 champions Bank(s) are identical. Lao-American College FC's championship 2007 was their first.
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