GFF National Super League

Guyana Football Federation (GFF) National Super League was the top division in Guyana. It was replaced by the GFF Elite League beginning with the 2015–16 season.[1]

GFF National Super League
First season1990
CountryGuyana Guyana
Number of teams10
Level on pyramid1
Relegation toGuyana FA Divisions
Domestic cup(s)GFF Super 8 Cup
Georgetown Regional Cup
International cup(s)CONCACAF Caribbean Shield
Most championshipsAlpha United (5)
WebsiteGFF National Super League

The league used regional qualifying tournaments to determine participants. In its last installment in 2013–14, five teams from Georgetown, three from Upper Demerara, three from East Coast Demerara, two from Berbice, two from West Demerara, and one from East Bank Demerara were represented.

Before the Super League started the top league was the National Football League which was last held in 2001, but there are several Regional Championships held in the country (Bartica SL, Berbice FL, East Bank FUSSFL, East Coast Demerara, Banks DIH Milk Stout League, Georgetown FL, Upper Demerar SL).

Guyana National Football League 2013/14 edit

Previous winners edit

Champions were:[2]

Season Champion Runner-up
1990 Santos
1991–92 Santos
1992 Topp XX Thomas United
1993 No tournament
1994–95 Western Tigers Topp XX
1995–96 Milerock Pele FC
1996 Omai Gold Seekers
1997 Topp XX
1998 Santos Fruta Conquerors
1999–00 No reports
2000–01 Fruta Conquerors Real Victoria Kings
2002–08 No tournament
2009–10 Alpha United Guyana Defence Force
2010 Alpha United Milerock
2012 Alpha United Western Tigers
2012–13 Alpha United Pele FC
2013–14 Alpha United Guyana Defence Force
2014–15 No tournament

Performance by club edit

Club City Titles Years
Alpha United Georgetown 5 2009–10, 2010, 2012, 2012–13, 2013–14
Santos Georgetown 3 1990, 1991–92, 1998
Topp XX Linden 2 1992, 1997
Wester Tigers Georgetown 1 1994–95
Milerock Linden 1 1995–96
Omai Gold Seekers Bartica 1 1996
Fruta Conquerors Georgetown 1 2000–01

Best scorers edit

Year Best scorers Team Goals
2000-01  Matthew Pollard Netrockers 16

References edit

  1. ^ Santokie Nagulendran (7 June 2015). "Elite League looks to inject life into Guyanese domestic football". Kaieteur News. Retrieved 11 September 2015.
  2. ^ "Guyana - List of Champions". RSSSF. Retrieved 24 April 2012.

External links edit