Ligue 1 (Ivory Coast)

The Ivory Coast MTN Ligue 1 is the top division of the Ivorian Football Federation. It was created in 1960.

MTN Ligue 1
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Founded1960
Country Ivory Coast
ConfederationCAF
Number of teams14
Level on pyramid1
Relegation toLigue 2
Domestic cup(s)Coupe de Côte d'Ivoire de football
Coupe Houphouët-Boigny
International cup(s)Champions League
Confederation Cup
Current championsASEC Mimosas
(2021–22)
Most championshipsASEC Mimosas (28)
Websiteligue1-ci.com
Current: 2022–23 Côte d'Ivoire Ligue 1

2021−22 Ligue 1 clubsEdit

ChampionsEdit

  • 1956: Africa Sports (Before Independence)
  • 1960: Onze Frères de Bassam (1)
  • 1961: Onze Frères de Bassam (2)
  • 1962: Stade d'Abidjan (1)
  • 1963: ASEC Mimosas (1)
  • 1964: Stade d'Abidjan (2)
  • 1965: Stade d'Abidjan (3)
  • 1966: Stade d'Abidjan (4)
  • 1967: Africa Sports (1)
  • 1968: Africa Sports (2)
  • 1969: Stade d'Abidjan (5)
  • 1970: ASEC Mimosas (2)
  • 1971: Africa Sports (3)
  • 1972: ASEC Mimosas (3)
  • 1973: ASEC Mimosas (4)
  • 1974: ASEC Mimosas (5)
  • 1975: ASEC Mimosas (6)
  • 1976: SC Gagnoa (1)
  • 1977: Africa Sports (4)
  • 1978: Africa Sports (5)
  • 1979: Stella Club d'Adjamé (1)
  • 1980: ASEC Mimosas (7)
  • 1981: Stella Club d'Adjamé (2)
  • 1982: Africa Sports (6)
  • 1983: Africa Sports (7)
  • 1984: Stella Club d'Adjamé (3)
  • 1985: Africa Sports (8)
  • 1986: Africa Sports (9)
  • 1987: Africa Sports (10)
  • 1988: Africa Sports (11)
  • 1989: Africa Sports (12)
  • 1990: ASEC Mimosas (8)
  • 1991: ASEC Mimosas (9)
  • 1992: ASEC Mimosas (10)
  • 1993: ASEC Mimosas (11)
  • 1994: ASEC Mimosas (12)
  • 1995: ASEC Mimosas (13)
  • 1996: Africa Sports (13)
  • 1997: ASEC Mimosas (14)
  • 1998: ASEC Mimosas (15)
  • 1999: Africa Sports (14)
  • 2000: ASEC Mimosas (16)
  • 2001: ASEC Mimosas (17)
  • 2002: ASEC Mimosas (18)
  • 2003: ASEC Mimosas (19)
  • 2004: ASEC Mimosas (20)
  • 2005: ASEC Mimosas (21)
  • 2006: ASEC Mimosas (22)
  • 2007: Africa Sports (15)
  • 2008: Africa Sports (16)
  • 2009: ASEC Mimosas (23)
  • 2010: ASEC Mimosas (24)
  • 2011: Africa Sports (17)
  • 2012: Séwé Sport (1)
  • 2012–13: Séwé Sport (2)
  • 2013–14: Séwé Sport (3)
  • 2014–15: AS Tanda (1)
  • 2015–16: AS Tanda (2)
  • 2016–17: ASEC Mimosas (25)
  • 2017–18: ASEC Mimosas (26)
  • 2018–19: SO de l'Armée (1)
  • 2019–20: Racing Club Abidjan (1)
  • 2020–21: ASEC Mimosas (27)
  • 2021–22: ASEC Mimosas (28)

TotalEdit

Club Titles
ASEC Mimosas 28
Africa Sports 18
Stade d'Abidjan 5
Stella Club d'Adjamé 3
Séwé Sport 3
Onze Frères de Bassam 2
AS Tanda 2
SC Gagnoa 1
SO de l'Armée 1
Racing Club 1

TopscorersEdit

Year Top scorers Club Goals
1992
  Abdoulaye Traoré ASEC Mimosas
11
1993
  Ahmed Ouattara Africa Sports
13
1994
  Abdoulaye Traoré ASEC Mimosas
9
1995
  John Zaki ASEC Mimosas
9
1996
  Ibe Johnson Africa Sports
15
1997
  Tchiressoua Guel ASEC Mimosas
10
1998
  Elo Lokpo SO Armée
12
1999
  Aruna Dindane ASEC Mimosas
13
2000
  Habib Tiéhi Stade d'Abidjan
10
2001
  Jean-Marc Benie Stella Club d'Adjamé
20
2002
  Antonin Koutouan ASEC Mimosas
10
2003
2004
  Abdramane Diaby Sabé Sports
13
2005
  Seydou Doumbia AS Denguélé
15
2006
  Didier Ya Konan ASEC Mimosas
11
2007
  Lébry Ouraga ES Bingerville
16
2008
  Gohi Bi Zoro Cyriac ASEC Mimosas
21
2009
2010
  Adama Bakayoko Sabé Sports
15
2011
  Kévin Zougoula Séwé Sport
11
2012
2012–13
  Kévin Zougoula Séwé Sport
13
2013–14
  Koffi Boua ASEC Mimosas
13
2014–15
  Vakoun Issouf Bayo Stade d'Abidjan
13
2015–16
  Wilfried Yessoh AS Denguélé
17
2016–17
  Aristide Bancé ASEC Mimosas
13
2017–18
  William Togui SC Gagnoa
23
2018–19
  Mohamed Sylla SC Gagnoa
13
2019–20
  Aboubacar Doumbia SO Armée
10
2020-21
  Seydou Traoré RC Abidjan
8

RecordsEdit

ASEC Mimosas holds the world record for unbeaten games, playing 108 domestic league and cup matches without defeat between 1989 and 1994.
This streak ended on 19.June 1994 when ASEC lost 1–2 against SO Armée in an Ivorian League fixture.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "BBC SPORT - Football - African - Asec's amazing run". Retrieved 17 November 2016.

External linksEdit