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The Albanian Superliga
Albanian Superliga
(Albanian: Kategoria Superiore) is a professional league for men's association football clubs. At the top of the Albanian football league system, it is the country's primary football competition. It is contested by 10 clubs, and operates on a system of promotion and relegation with the Albanian First Division. Seasons run from August to May, with teams playing 36 matches each (playing each team in the league four times, twice at home and twice away). The competition was founded in 1930 as the Albanian National Championship during the reign of King Zog, shortly after the creation of the Albanian Football Association. Since 1930, 43 clubs have competed in recognized competitions, while only nine clubs have won the title: KF Tirana
KF Tirana
(24), Dinamo Tirana
Tirana
(18), Partizani Tirana
Tirana
(15), Vllaznia Shkodër
Shkodër
(9), Skënderbeu Korçë
Korçë
(6), KF Elbasani
KF Elbasani
(2), Flamurtari Vlorë
Flamurtari Vlorë
(1), Teuta Durrës
Durrës
(1) and FK Kukësi
FK Kukësi
(1). The current champions are FK Kukësi, who won their first title in 2016–17.

Contents

1 History

1.1 Early history 1.2 1911 Fier
Fier
Fair Football Tournament 1.3 World War II
World War II
championships

2 Competition format 3 Clubs

3.1 2017–18 season

4 List of seasons 5 Most titles

5.1 Consecutive

6 UEFA
UEFA
Rankings

6.1 Current rankings (2016–17) 6.2 History of rankings

7 References 8 External links

History[edit] Early history[edit] Football was first introduced to Albania
Albania
by an English-Maltese priest named Gut Ruter, who visited the Saverian college in Shkodër
Shkodër
in 1908. The first football club in Albania
Albania
was Indipendenca, founded in Shkodër
Shkodër
in 1912 by Palokë Nika.[2] The first 90-minute game to be played with two 45 minute halves took place in October 1913 between Indipendenca Shkodër
Shkodër
and the occupying Austro-Hungarian Imperial Navy. The game is considered to be the first international game to be played in Albania, and it ended in a 2–1 loss for Indipendenca, with the captain and founder of the club Palokë Nika scoring the only goal for the Albanians.[2][3] 1911 Fier
Fier
Fair Football Tournament[edit] Main article: Fier
Fier
Fair Football Tournament In 2012 historians discovered that a football tournament had taken place in Albania
Albania
in 1911, some 19 years before the establishment of the Albanian National Championship and the Albanian Football Association. The Fier Fair Football Tournament (Albanian: Turneu Futbollistik i Panairit të Fierit) took place in Rahije, Fier
Fier
while Albania
Albania
was still under the administration of the Ottoman Empire
Ottoman Empire
and it consisted of 8 teams which were Tirana, Elbasani, Kavaja, Berati, Peqini, Vlora, Fieri and Lushnja. Tirana
Tirana
won the tournament after defeating Peqini 6–1 in the final. The tournament is not officially recognised by the Albanian Football Association
Albanian Football Association
or UEFA. The Albanian Football Association did not organise the tournament as the organisation was not formed until 1930.[4] World War II
World War II
championships[edit] Main articles: 1939 Albanian Superliga, 1940 Albanian Superliga, and 1942 Albanian Superliga Albania
Albania
was invaded by Italy in April 1939 and World War II
World War II
soon broke out, meaning the Albanian Football Association, much like the other organisations in the country, ceased operating. Despite the war, three championships were held between 1939 and 1942, with Tirana
Tirana
winning the championships in 1939 and 1942 and Shkodra winning in 1940. Despite calls to recognise these championships, the Albanian Football Association maintains the position that the championships were not organised by them and cannot be formally recognised.[5][6][7] Competition format[edit] Since the 2014–15 Albanian Superliga, the league consists of 10 clubs, who face each other four times in a conventional round-robin tournament for a total of 36 matches. At the end of the season, the two lowest-placed teams are relegated to Albanian First Division
Albanian First Division
while two highest-placed teams of Albanian First Division
Albanian First Division
are promoted in their place. Teams are ranked by total points, then head-to-head record, then goal difference, and then goals scored. Clubs[edit]

Flamurtari Vlorë

Luftëtari Gjirokastër

Kamza

Kukësi

Laçi

Partizani Tirana

Skënderbeu Korçë

Teuta Durrës

Lushnja

Vllaznia Shkodër

2017–18 Albanian Superliga
2017–18 Albanian Superliga
teams.

2017–18 season[edit] The following teams are competing in the Superliga during the 2017–18 season.[8]

Club Town

Flamurtari Vlorë Vlorë

Kamza Kamëz

Kukësi Kukës

Laçi Laç

Luftëtari Gjirokastër Gjirokastër

Lushnja Lushnjë

Partizani Tirana Tirana

Skënderbeu Korçë Korçë

Teuta Durrës Durrës

Vllaznia Shkodër Shkodër

List of seasons[edit] A list of champions, runners-up and top scorers is provided below:[9][10][11]

Seasons Champions Runners-up[10] Top scorers[12] Goals

1930 SK Tirana Skënderbeu Korçë — —

1931 SK Tirana Teuta Durrës Teli Samsuri (KF Skënderbeu) 9

1932 SK Tirana Vllaznia Shkodër — —

1933 Skënderbeu Korçë Vllaznia Shkodër Servet Tefik Agai (KF Skënderbeu) 7

1934 SK Tirana Skënderbeu Korçë Mark Gurashi (SK Tirana) 12

1935

Not Held

1936 SK Tirana Vllaznia Shkodër Riza Lushta
Riza Lushta
(SK Tirana) 11

1937 SK Tirana Vllaznia Shkodër Riza Lushta
Riza Lushta
(SK Tirana) 25

1938

Not Held

1939 SK Tirana
Tirana
(unofficial tournament)

— —

1940 Vllaznia Shkodër
Shkodër
(unofficial tournament)

— —

1941

Not Held

1942 SK Tirana
Tirana
(unofficial tournament)

— —

1943

Not Held

1944

Not Held

1945 Vllaznia Shkodër SK Tirana Loro Boriçi
Loro Boriçi
(Vllaznia) 11

1946 Vllaznia Shkodër Flamurtari Vlorë Xhevdet Shaqiri (Vllaznia) 11

1947 Partizani Tirana Vllaznia Shkodër Hamdi Bakalli (Partizani) 7

1948 Partizani Tirana Flamurtari Vlorë Tish Daija
Tish Daija
(Flamurtari) / Zihni Gjinali (Partizani) 11

1949 Partizani Tirana Vllaznia Shkodër Zihni Gjinali (Partizani) 14

1950 Dinamo Tirana Partizani Tirana Refik Resmja (Partizani) ?

1951 Dinamo Tirana Partizani Tirana Refik Resmja (Partizani) 59

1952 Dinamo Tirana Partizani Tirana Refik Resmja (Partizani) 17

1953 Dinamo Tirana Partizani Tirana Refik Resmja (Partizani) 9

1954 Partizani Tirana Dinamo Tirana Refik Resmja (Partizani) 13

1955 Dinamo Tirana Partizani Tirana Refik Resmja (Partizani) / Skënder Jareci (Dinamo) 23

1956 Dinamo Tirana Partizani Tirana Refik Resmja (Partizani) 17

1957 Partizani Tirana Dinamo Tirana Niko Bespalla (Teuta) 15

1958 Partizani Tirana Besa Kavajë Skënder Jareci (Dinamo) 14

1959 Partizani Tirana SK Tirana Stavri Lubonja (Dinamo) 11

1960 Dinamo Tirana Partizani Tirana Skënder Jareci (Dinamo) 16

1961 Partizani Tirana Dinamo Tirana Panajot Pano
Panajot Pano
(Partizani) 17

1962–63 Partizani Tirana Dinamo Tirana Robert Jashari
Robert Jashari
(Partizani) 18

1963–64 Partizani Tirana Dinamo Tirana Robert Jashari
Robert Jashari
(Partizani) 9

1964–65 17 Nëntori Partizani Tirana Robert Jashari
Robert Jashari
(Partizani) 14

1965–66 17 Nëntori Partizani Tirana Sajmir Dauti (Dinamo) 13

1966–67 Dinamo Tirana KF Tirana Medin Zhega (Dinamo) 19

1968 17 Nëntori Partizani Tirana Skënder Hyka
Skënder Hyka
(KF Tirana) 19

1969–70 17 Nëntori Partizani Tirana Panajot Pano
Panajot Pano
(Partizani) 17

1970–71 Partizani Tirana Dinamo Tirana Ilir Përnaska (Dinamo) 19

1971–72 Vllaznia Shkodër KF Tirana Ilir Përnaska (Dinamo) 17

1972–73 Dinamo Tirana Partizani Tirana Ilir Përnaska (Dinamo) 12

1973–74 Vllaznia Shkodër Partizani Tirana Ilir Përnaska (Dinamo) 19

1974–75 Dinamo Tirana Vllaznia Shkodër Ilir Përnaska (Dinamo) 17

1975–76 Dinamo Tirana KF Tirana Ilir Përnaska (Dinamo) 18

1976–77 Dinamo Tirana Skënderbeu Korçë Agim Murati (Partizani) 12

1977–78 Vllaznia Shkodër Luftëtari Gjirokastër Agim Murati (Partizani) 14

1978–79 Partizani Tirana KF Tirana Agim Murati (Partizani) / Petrit Dibra (KF Tirana) 14

1979–80 Dinamo Tirana KF Tirana Përparim Kovaçi (Tomori) 18

1980–81 Partizani Tirana Dinamo Tirana Dashnor Bajaziti (Besa) 12

1981–82 KF Tirana Flamurtari Vlorë Vasil Ruci (Flamurtari) 12

1982–83 Vllaznia Shkodër Partizani Tirana Dashnor Bajaziti (Besa) 16

1983–84 Elbasani KF Tirana Vasil Ruci (Flamurtari) 12

1984–85 17 Nëntori Dinamo Tirana Faslli Fakja (Vllaznia) / Arben Minga
Arben Minga
(KF Tirana) 13

1985–86 Dinamo Tirana Flamurtari Vlorë Kujtim Majaci (Apolonia) 20

1986–87 Partizani Tirana Flamurtari Vlorë Arben Arbëri
Arben Arbëri
(Tomori) 14

1987–88 17 Nëntori Flamurtari Vlorë Agustin Kola (KF Tirana) 18

1988–89 17 Nëntori Partizani Tirana Agustin Kola (KF Tirana) 19

1989–90 Dinamo Tirana Partizani Tirana Kujtim Majaci (Apolonia) 19

1990–91 Flamurtari Vlorë Partizani Tirana Kliton Bozgo (Tomori) 29

1991–92 Vllaznia Shkodër Partizani Tirana Edmir Bilali (Vllaznia) 21

1992–93 Partizani Tirana Teuta Durrës Edmond Dosti (Partizani) 20

1993–94 Teuta Durrës KF Tirana Edi Martini (Vllaznia) 14

1994–95 KF Tirana Teuta Durrës Arben Shehu (Luftëtari) 21

1995–96 KF Tirana Teuta Durrës Altin Çuko (Tomori) & (Laçi) 21

1996–97 KF Tirana Vllaznia Shkodër Viktor Paço (Flamurtari) 14

1997–98 Vllaznia Shkodër KF Tirana Dorian Bubeqi (Shkumbini) 26

1998–99 KF Tirana Vllaznia Shkodër Artan Bano (KS Lushnja) 22

1999–00 KF Tirana Tomori Berat Klodian Arbëri (Tomori) 18

2000–01 Vllaznia Shkodër KF Tirana Indrit Fortuzi (KF Tirana) 31

2001–02 Dinamo Tirana KF Tirana Indrit Fortuzi (KF Tirana) 24

2002–03 KF Tirana Vllaznia Shkodër Mahir Halili (KF Tirana) 20

2003–04 KF Tirana Dinamo Tirana Vioresin Sinani (Vllaznia) 36

2004–05 KF Tirana Elbasani Dorian Bylykbashi (Partizani) 24

2005–06 Elbasani KF Tirana Hamdi Salihi
Hamdi Salihi
(KF Tirana) 29

2006–07 KF Tirana Teuta Durrës Vioresin Sinani (KF Tirana) 23

2007–08 Dinamo Tirana Partizani Tirana Vioresin Sinani (Vllaznia) 20

2008–09 KF Tirana Vllaznia Shkodër Migen Memelli (KF Tirana) 23

2009–10 Dinamo Tirana Besa Kavajë Daniel Xhafa (Besa) 18

2010–11 Skënderbeu Korçë Flamurtari Vlorë Daniel Xhafa (Flamurtari) 19

2011–12 Skënderbeu Korçë Teuta Durrës Roland Dervishi (Shkumbini) 20

2012–13 Skënderbeu Korçë Kukësi Migen Memelli (Flamurtari) 19

2013–14 Skënderbeu Korçë Kukësi Pero Pejić
Pero Pejić
(Skënderbeu) 20

2014–15 Skënderbeu Korçë Kukësi Pero Pejić
Pero Pejić
(FK Kukësi) 31

2015-16

Vacant*

Hamdi Salihi
Hamdi Salihi
(Skënderbeu) 27

2016–17 Kukësi Partizani Tirana Pero Pejić
Pero Pejić
(FK Kukësi) 28

Notes:

From 1958 to 1991, KF Tirana
KF Tirana
and KS Elbasani
KS Elbasani
were named respectively 17 Nëntori Tirana
Tirana
and Labinoti Elbasani. Skënderbeu won 2015-16 Albanian Superliga, an Albanian record sixth consecutive league title, finishing five points ahead of their closest rivals Partizani. However, under a decision from The Ethics Committee, Skënderbeu is deprived from this title following UEFA
UEFA
investigations for match fixing. Momentarily, title will remain vacant until a final decision has been reached from Executive Committee near Albanian Football Association[13].

Most titles[edit] A list of clubs in order of most titles won is provided in the following table:[9] Note: Bold indicates clubs currently playing in the top division.

Club Winners Runners-up Winning seasons

KF Tirana

24

13

1930, 1931, 1932, 1934, 1936, 1937, 1964–65, 1965–66, 1968, 1969–70, 1981–82, 1984–85, 1987–88, 1988–89, 1994–95, 1995–96, 1996–97, 1998–99, 1999–00, 2002–03, 2003–04, 2004–05, 2006–07, 2008–09

Dinamo Tiranë

18

9

1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1955, 1956, 1960, 1966–67, 1972–73, 1974–75, 1975–76, 1976–77, 1979–80, 1985–86, 1989–90, 2001–02, 2007–08, 2009–10

Partizani Tiranë

15

21

1947, 1948, 1949, 1954, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1961, 1962–63, 1963–64, 1970–71, 1978–79, 1980–81, 1986–87, 1992–93

Vllaznia Shkodër

9

11

1945, 1946, 1971–72, 1973–74, 1977–78, 1982–83, 1991–92, 1997–98, 2000–01

Skënderbeu Korçë

6*

3

1933, 2010–11, 2011–12, 2012–13, 2013–14, 2014–15

SK Elbasani

2

1

1983–84, 2005–06

Flamurtari Vlorë

1

7

1990–91

Teuta Durrës

1

6

1993–94

FK Kukësi

1

3

2016–17

KS Besa

2

KS Luftetari

1

KS Tomori

1

Skënderbeu won 2015-16 Albanian Superliga, an Albanian record sixth consecutive league title, finishing five points ahead of their closest rivals Partizani. However, under a decision from The Ethics Committee, Skënderbeu is deprived from this title following UEFA
UEFA
investigations for match fixing. Momentarily, title will remain vacant until a final decision has been reached from Executive Committee near Albanian Football Association[14].

Consecutive[edit]

5 Times: Skënderbeu Korçë

4 Times: Dinamo Tiranë

3 Times: KF Tirana
KF Tirana
(4), Partizani Tiranë
Partizani Tiranë
(3), Dinamo Tiranë
Dinamo Tiranë
(1)

2 Times: KF Tirana
KF Tirana
(4), Vllaznia Shkodër
Shkodër
(1), Dinamo Tiranë
Dinamo Tiranë
(1)

UEFA
UEFA
Rankings[edit] Current rankings (2016–17)[edit] UEFA
UEFA
Country Ranking for league participation in 2016–17 European football season (Previous year rank in italics).

34 (34) Moldovan National Division 35 (35) Úrvalsdeild 36 (37) Veikkausliiga 37 (41) League of Ireland 38 (39) Albanian Superliga 39 (38) Premier League
Premier League
of Bosnia and Herzegovina 40 (36) Umaglesi Liga 41 (42) Latvian Higher League 42 (40) Macedonian First Football League

History of rankings[edit] Below is a historical list of Albanian rankings and country coefficient.

Year Position Change Coefficient Teams

2011[15]

44

0.875

4

2012[16]

44

0.875

4

2013[17]

43

0.750

4

2014[18]

40

2.000

4

2015[19]

42

0.875

4

2016[20]

39

2.125

4

2017[21]

38

0.750

4

References[edit]

^ Admir Uruçi (12 January 2012). " Vioresin Sinani thotë mjaft: E mbyll si futbollist në fund të këtij edicioni" [Vioresin Sinani says enough: I finish as a player at the end of the season] (in Albanian). Panorama Sport. Retrieved 1 January 2015.  ^ a b Gjergj Kola. "Palokë Nika – personazhi historik i sportit Shqiptar" (in Albanian). Shkodra Sport. Retrieved 2014-02-05.  ^ "Një historik i shkurtër i futbollit në Shkodër" (in Albanian). Vllaznia.al. Retrieved 2014-02-05.  ^ Sport Ekspres, 14 February 2012, page 7 Archived 26 May 2012 at the Wayback Machine. ^ RSSSF ^ http://www.giovanniarmillotta.it/albania/calcio/trekampionate.html ^ AFA's General Assembly: War championships are not legitimate Archived 20 February 2014 at the Wayback Machine. ^ " Albania
Albania
Superliga: Summary". Soccerway. Perform. Retrieved 23 February 2017.  ^ a b http://rsssf.com/tablesa/albachamp.html ^ a b "Albanian Superliga: Archive". Soccerway. Perform. Retrieved 21 December 2015.  ^ "Albanian 1st league".  ^ (in Italian)" Albania
Albania
– I capocannonieri del campionato". Calcio Mondiale Web. [dead link] ^ Balkanweb ^ Balkanweb ^ Bert Kassies. " UEFA
UEFA
Country Ranking 2011". kassiesa.home.xs4all.nl. Retrieved 2016-11-06.  ^ Bert Kassies. " UEFA
UEFA
Country Ranking 2012". kassiesa.home.xs4all.nl. Retrieved 2016-11-06.  ^ Bert Kassies. " UEFA
UEFA
Country Ranking 2013". kassiesa.home.xs4all.nl. Retrieved 2016-11-06.  ^ Bert Kassies. " UEFA
UEFA
Country Ranking 2014". kassiesa.home.xs4all.nl. Retrieved 2016-11-06.  ^ Bert Kassies. " UEFA
UEFA
Country Ranking 2015". kassiesa.home.xs4all.nl. Retrieved 2016-11-06.  ^ Bert Kassies. " UEFA
UEFA
Country Ranking 2016". kassiesa.home.xs4all.nl. Retrieved 2016-11-06.  ^ Bert Kassies. " UEFA
UEFA
Country Ranking 2017". kassiesa.home.xs4all.nl. Retrieved 2016-11-06. 

External links[edit]

FSHF website Kategoria Superiore at FIFA Superliga at soccerway.com Albania – List of Champions at RSSSF.com

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Albanian Superliga
Albanian Superliga
Top Scorers

1930: Hajnali & Maçi 1931: Samsuri 1932: Korça 1933: Agaj 1934: Gurashi 1936: Lushta 1937: Lushta 1945: Boriçi 1946: Shaqiri 1947: Bakalli 1948: Gjinali & Daija 1949: Gjinali 1950: Boriçi 1951: Resmja 1952: Resmja 1953: Resmja 1954: Resmja 1955: Resmja & Jareci 1956: Resmja 1957: Bespalla 1958: Jareci 1959: Lubonja 1960: Pano 1961: Pano 1963: Jashari 1964: Jashari 1965: Jashari 1966: Kazanxhi 1967: Zhega 1968: Hyka 1970: Pano 1971: Përnaska 1972: Përnaska 1973: Përnaska 1974: Përnaska 1975: Përnaska 1976: Përnaska 1977: Murati 1978: Murati 1979: Murati & Dibra 1980: Kovaçi 1981: Bajaziti 1982: Ruci 1983: Bajaziti 1984: Ruci 1985: Fakja & Minga 1986: Majaci 1987: Arbëri 1988: Kola 1989: Kola 1990: Majaci 1991: Bozgo 1992: Bilali 1993: Dosti 1994: Martini 1995: Shehu 1996: Çuko 1997: Paço 1998: Bubeqi 1999: Bano 2000: Arbëri 2001: Fortuzi 2002: Fortuzi 2003: Halili 2004: Sinani 2005: Bylykbashi 2006: Salihi 2007: Sinani 2008: Sinani 2009: Memelli 2010: Xhafaj 2011: Xhafaj 2012: Dervishi 2013: Memelli 2014: Pejić 2015: Pejić 2016: Salihi 2017: Pejić

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Albanian Superliga
Albanian Superliga
clubs

Current (2017–18)

Flamurtari Vlorë Kamza Kukësi Laçi Luftëtari Gjirokastër Lushnja Partizani Tirana Skënderbeu Korçë Teuta Durrës Vllaznia Shkodër

Former

Albpetrol Apolonia Fier Besa Kavajë Besëlidhja Lezhë Burreli Bylis Ballsh Dinamo Tirana Egnatia Elbasani Erzeni Gramozi Iliria Kastrioti Korabi Peshkopi Luftëtari Tiranë Naftëtari Pogradeci Përmeti Selenicë Shkumbini Peqin Shkëndija Tiranë Sopoti Librazhd Spartaku Studenti Tekstilisti Tirana Tomori Berat Tërbuni Pukë

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Albanian Superliga
Albanian Superliga
seasons

1911 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962–63 1963–64 1964–65 1965–66 1966–67 1968 1969–70 1970–71 1971–72 1972–73 1973–74 1974–75 1975–76 1976–77 1977–78 1978–79 1979–80 1980–81 1981–82 1982–83 1983–84 1984–85 1985–86 1986–87 1987–88 1988–89 1989–90 1990–91 1991–92 1992–93 1993–94 1994–95 1995–96 1996–97 1997–98 1998–99 1999–2000 2000–01 2001–02 2002–03 2003–04 2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10 2010–11 2011–12 2012–13 2013–14 2014–15 2015–16 2016–17 2017–18

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Football in Albania

Albanian Football Association

National teams

men:

Albania U23 U21 U20 U19 U18 U17 U16 U15

women:

Albania U19

League system

men:

Albanian Superliga First Division Second Division Third Division

women:

National Championship

Domestic cups

men:

Albanian Cup Albanian Supercup Independence Cup (pre-season) SuperSport Trophy (pre-season)

women:

Women's Cup

Awards

Albanian Footballer of the Year Albanian Superliga
Albanian Superliga
Fair Play Award Albanian Superliga
Albanian Superliga
Player of the Month

Lists

List of Albania
Albania
international footballers List of Albanian Superliga
Albanian Superliga
all-time goalscorers List of Albanian Superliga
Albanian Superliga
hat-tricks List of clubs List of venues (by capacity) Foreign players Transfers

Men's clubs Women's clubs Male players Female players Expatriate footballers Managers Referees Venues Records

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Top-level football leagues in Europe (UEFA)

Current

Albania Andorra Armenia Austria Azerbaijan Belarus Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark England Estonia Faroe Islands Finland France Georgia Germany Gibraltar Greece Hungary Iceland Israel Italy Kazakhstan Kosovo Latvia Lithuania Luxembourg Macedonia Malta Moldova Montenegro Netherlands Northern Ireland Norway Poland Portugal Republic of Ireland Romania Russia San Marino Scotland Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey Ukraine Wales

Defunct

Austria

Tagblatt Pokal Gauliga
Gauliga
Ostmark

Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria

Republic State

Czechoslovakia Denmark East Germany England Finland Germany

Bezirksliga Bayern Gauliga Kreisliga Bayern Hessen Nordmain Odenwald Pfalz Saar Südmain Südwest Württemberg Nordkreis-Liga Oberliga Berlin Oberliga Nord Oberliga Süd Oberliga Südwest Oberliga West Südkreis-Liga Westkreis-Liga

Herzeg-Bosnia Mandatory Palestine Scotland

Premier Division Premier League

Turkey

Championship National Division

Serbia and Montenegro Soviet Union Yugoslavia

Non-recognized

Artsakh Crimea Isle of Man Monaco Northern C

.