|Number of teams||12|
|Domestic cup(s)||Copa do Brasil|
|Current champions||Sobradinho |
|Most championships||Gama (11 titles)|
|2018 Campeonato Brasiliense|
Teams from other states can be affiliated to the Distrito Federal Football Federation (FFDF) as long as they are located within 200 km from Brasília. This is the case of Associação Atlética Luziânia from the state of Goiás and Unaí Esporte Clube from the state of Minas Gerais.
First Division 2017
- Top four qualify for Second Stage; bottom two relegated.
- Double round-robin, in which all teams from one group play home-and-away games against all teams within the group.
- Double round-robin.
- Top two are finalists.
- Two-legged final.
As in any other Brazilian soccer championship, the format can change every year.
|Team||Home city||Stadium||Capacity||2019 season|
|Brasiliense||Taguatinga||Serejão||27,000||2nd in 1st Division|
|Capital CF||Brasília||Mané Garrincha||72,788||7th in 1st Division|
|Ceilândia||Ceilândia||Abadião||5,000||9th in 1st Division|
|Ceilandense||Ceilândia||Abadião||5,000||2nd in 2nd Division|
|Formosa||Formosa, GO||Diogão||8,000||8th in 1st Division|
|Gama||Gama||Bezerrão||20,319||1st in 1st Division|
|Luziânia||Luziânia, GO||Serra do Lago||22,000||5th in 1st Division|
|Real F.C.||Núcleo Bandeirante||Metropolitana||3,000||4th in 1st Division|
|Sobradinho||Sobradinho||Augustinho Lima||15,000||6th in 1st Division|
|Taguatinga||Taguatinga||Serejão||27,000||10th in 1st Division|
|Unaí||Unaí||Urbano Adjuto||10,000||3rd in 1st Division|
List of championsEdit
- In 1978, Campineira Futebol Clube was renamed to Sobradinho Esporte Clube.