Kyrgyzstan Women's Championship
This article's factual accuracy may be compromised due to out-of-date information. (October 2020)
Kyrgyzstan Women's League is the top division of women's football in Kyrgyzstan. The league is organized by the Football Federation of Kyrgyz Republic and was established in 2005. Before 1991, some Kyrgyz women's clubs had competed in the Soviet Union women's league system, but after the collapse of the Soviet Union most women's teams left for Russia or simply dissolved.
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As of late 2009 only 6 senior women's football teams existed in Kyrgyzstan, meaning there is no second level league.
The 2010 season was played by the following 7 teams:
The league features six or seven teams per year that play a double round-robin to decide the champion.
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- (in Russian) Official website of the KFKR