Pakistan - List of Champions


National Championship

Ed. Year    Winners          Runners-Up                Venue and Dates
  1 1948    Sindh Red        Sindh Blue                Karachi, May 28-Jun 5
  2 1950    Balochistan Red  Sindh                     Quetta, Sep 4-12
  3 1952    Punjab           NWFP                      Dacca, Feb 12-Mar 2
  4 1953    Punjab           NWFP Blue                 Peshawar, Apr 21-May 3
  5 1954    Punjab Blue      Railways                  Lahore, Oct 17-31
  6 1955    Punjab           NWFP                      Bahawalpur, Nov 15-27
  7 1956    Balochistan      Railway White             Karachi, Oct 20-Nov 11
  8 1957    Punjab           East Pakistan White       Dacca, Oct 27-Nov 10
  9 1958    Punjab Blue      Railways                  Multan, Nov 7-21
 10 1959    Balochistan      East Pakistan             Hyderabad, Oct 26-Nov 7
 11 1960    East Pakistan    Karachi White             Karachi, Nov 6-27
 12 1961/62 Dacca            Karachi Blue              Karachi, Dec 31-Jan 12
 13 1962    Dacca            Karachi                   Dacca, Dec 4-23
 14 1963    Karachi          Railways                  Karachi, Nov 28-Dec 25
 15 1964/65 Karachi          Railways                  Peshawar, Dec 8-Feb 9
 16 1966    Karachi          Railways                  Karachi, Nov 1-18
 17 1968    Peshawar         Lahore                    Jessore, Feb 9-Mar 3
 18 1969    Railways         Karachi                   Lahore, Jan 1-23
 19 1969/70 Chittagong       Peshawar                  Comilla, Aug 8-Jan 14
 20 1971    P.I.A.           Karachi                   Multan, Feb 22-Mar 16
 21 1972    P.I.A.           Peshawar White            Peshawar, May 19-Jun 18
 22 1973    Karachi Yellow   Rawalpindi                Karachi, Dec 2-25
 23 1975-1  P.I.A.       3-1 Punjab A                  Multan, Feb 21-Mar 9
 24 1975-2  Sindh Red    3-1 Balochistan Red           Quetta, Aug 17-Sep 5
 25 1976    P.I.A.           Railways                  Sukkur, Mar 30-Apr 11
 26 1978    P.I.A.           Sindh Red                 Rawalpindi, Mar 1-24
 27 1979    Karachi Red      P.I.A.                    Karachi, Apr 3-30
 28 1980    Karachi Red      Army                      Faisalabad, Apr 6-25
 29 1981    P.I.A.           P.A.F.                    Peshawar, Apr 10-May 4
 30 1982    H.B.L.       1-0 Railways                  Quetta, Apr 25-May 15
 31 1983    W.A.P.D.A.       H.B.L.                    Lahore, Oct 18-Nov 18
 32 1984    Railways     1-0 W.A.P.D.A.                Karachi, Oct 26-Nov 24
 33 1985    Quetta       2-1 P.I.A.                    Quetta, Jul 21-Sep 16
 34 1986    P.A.F.           P.I.A.                    Peshawar, Oct 19-Nov 19
 35 1987    C.T.M.           K.P.T.                    Quetta, Apr 12-Jun 30
 36 1989-1  Punjab Red       Railways                  Lahore, Mar 27-Apr 6
 37 1989-2  P.I.A.           S.G.P.                    Quetta, Mar 26-Apr 15
 38 1990    Punjab Red       P.I.A.                    Islamabad, Jun 22-Jul 5  
 39 1991    W.A.P.D.A.       H.B.L.                    Lahore, May 16-31
 40 1992/93 P.I.A.           Army                      Lahore, Oct 20-Feb 14
 41 1993/94 Army             W.A.P.D.A.                Karachi, Aug 17-Feb 9
 42 1994    C.T.M.       1-0 W.A.P.D.A.                Faisalabad, Apr 16-May 9
 43 1995    Army         1-0 A.B.L.                    Peshawar, Nov 18-Dec 3
 44 1997-1  A.B.L.       0-0 P.I.A.        [3-0 pen]   Sahiwal, Mar 30-Apr 13
 45 1997-2  P.I.A.       1-1 A.B.L.        [3-1 pen]   Faisalabad, Dec 4-21
 46 1999    A.B.L.       0-0 Navy          [4-3 pen]   Lahore, May 7-Jun 1
 47 2000    A.B.L.       1-0 H.B.L.                    Karachi, Jul 22-Aug 13
 48 2001    W.A.P.D.A.   1-1 K.R.L.        [4-3 pen]   Quetta, Jul 29-Aug 19
 49 2003    W.A.P.D.A.   0-0 Army          [4-2 pen]   Bannu, Apr 25-May 18
National Football League
 50 2004    W.A.P.D.A.       Army
 51 2005    Army             W.A.P.D.A.
 52 2006/07 Army             W.A.P.D.A.
 53 2007/08 W.A.P.D.A.       Army
 54 2008    W.A.P.D.A.       Army
 55 2009    K.R.L.           Army
 56 2010    W.A.P.D.A.       K.R.L.  
 57 2011    K.R.L.           Afghan Club
 58 2012/13 K.R.L.           K.E.S.C.
 59 2013/14 K.R.L.           K.E.S.C.
 60 2014/15

NB: the PFF hierarchy do not recognise 4 editions in 1989, 1992, 1993 and
    1994 (presumably the 36th, 40th, 41st and 42nd editions above), denoting
    them as national leagues initiated by Haafiz Salman Butt and not as
    national championships.

Number of Titles [59; runners-up finishes (59) between square brackets]

NB: various provinces (Sindh, NWFP, Balochistan, Punjab, East Pakistan),
    divisions (Karachi, Peshawar) or other clubs (Railways) entered teams
    under various names; all finalists listed above can nevertheless
    be regarded as the 'first' team of the respective clubs with the
    exception of the 1948 losing finalists, Sindh Blue, who were the
    second-string team of Sindh.  In the titles summary below, these
    colours and other indications (Punjab A in 1975) are therefore
    omitted.

  9 [ 5] P.I.A. (Pakistan International Airlines)

  8 [ 5] W.A.P.D.A. (Water And Power Development Authority)
  8 [ 1] Punjab              [includes Punjab Blue, Red, A]

  6 [ 5] Karachi             [includes Karachi Red, Yellow, Blue, White]

  4 [ 7] Army
  4 [ 2] K.R.L. (Khan Research Laboratories)

  3 [ 2] A.B.L. (Allied Bank Limited)
  3 [ 1] Balochistan         [includes Balochistan Red]

  2 [ 9] Railways            [includes Railway White]
  2 [ 2] Sindh               [includes Sindh Red]
  2      C.T.M. (Crescent Textile Mills) (Faisalabad)
  2      Dacca (now Dhaka, in Bangladesh)

  1 [ 3] H.B.L. (Habib Bank Limited) 
  1 [ 2] East Pakistan       [includes East Pakistan White] (now Bangladesh)
  1 [ 2] P.A.F. (Pakistan Air Force)
  1 [ 1] Peshawar            [includes Peshawar White]
  1      Chittagong (now in Bangladesh)
  1      Quetta

    [ 2] K.E.S.C. (Karachi Electric Supply Corporation)
    [ 2] NWFP
    [ 1] Afghan Club (Chaman)
    [ 1] K.P.T. (Karachi Port Trust)
    [ 1] Lahore
    [ 1] Navy
    [ 1] NWFP                [as NWFP Blue]
    [ 1] Rawalpindi
    [ 1] Sindh 'B'           [as Sindh Blue]
    [ 1] S.G.P. (Sindh Government Press)


Second Level Championships

NB: organised irregularly.

Ed. Year    Winners          Runners-Up                Venue 
  1 1992    C.T.M.           Marker Club (Quetta)      Lahore
  2 1993    N.B.P.                                     Bahawalpur
  3 1994    Frontier Scouts                            Gujranwala
PFF League
  1 2004    N.B.P.           Pakistan P.W.D.           Peshawar
  2 2005    Railways         K.E.S.C.
  3 2006    P.T.V.           P.M.C.                    Faisalabad
  4 2007    P.E.L.           Pakistan Steel
  5 2008    Baloch (Nushki)  P.A.F.
  6 2009    S.S.G.C.         Young Blood (Sahiwal)
  7 2010    Pakistan Police  Muslim Club (Chaman)
  8 2011    Z.T.B.L.         Wohaib FC (Lahore)
  9 2012    P.A.C.A.         University FC (Faisalabad)
 10 2013    Pak. Railways    Baloch (Quetta)

City Championships

NB: on a few known occasions, city league championships were played
    in Karachi and Lahore

Karachi
1962 Baloch XI (Lyari)
2003 Hyderi Baloch Club (Lyari)
2004 Lyari Labour Welfare Centre (LLWC)  
2005 Young Ansari
2006 Keamari Mohammedan

Lahore
1998 Hafiz Wohaib Butt Memorial Club
2008 Wohaib FC  
2009 City Club


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Last updated: 9 Oct 2014

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