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Mongolia National Premier League

Founded
1974 (1974)
Nation
 Mongolia
Number of Teams
8
Most time Champions
Tengeriin Bugnuud (9)
Current Champions (2014)
Khoromkhon

The National Premier League (known as the Niislel League for sponsorship reasons) is the previous League of Mongolia, controlled by the Mongolian Football Federation. 2014 Mongolia Premier League was the last season.

Contents

  • 2014 Niislel League Clubs 1
  • List of winners 2
  • Total Championships 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

2014 Niislel League Clubs

List of winners

Source:[1]

Total Championships

Club
Number of Championships
Tengeriin Bugnuud 9
Erchim
Aldar 4
Khangarid
Khudulmur
Khuch 3
Khoromkhon 2
Sükhbaatar
Ajilchin 1
Darkhan
Delger
FC Ulaanbaatar
Idsskh
ITI Bank-Bars
Khasiin Khulguud
Ulaanbaatar University
Zamchin

References

  1. ^ Andre Zlotkowski (4 October 2012). "Mongolia - List of Champions". RSSSF. Retrieved 17 October 2012. 

External links

  • Mongolian Championship at fifa.com
  • Нийслэл Лиг - Sportnews.mn
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