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DST Group Brunei Premier League ( ms, DST GROUP LIGA PERDANA BRUNEI) was the top-tier football league of
Brunei Brunei ( ; ), officially the Nation of Brunei, the Abode of Peace ( ms, Negara Brunei Darussalam, JawiJawi may refer to: People and languages *Australia: **Jawi dialect, a nearly extinct Australian aboriginal language **Jawi people, an Aus ...

Brunei
until it was replaced by the
Brunei Super League The Brunei Super League (''Liga Super Brunei'' in Malay) is a Bruneian professional league for association football. It is at the top flight of the Bruneian football league system and it is managed by the National Football Association of Brunei Dar ...
in 2012. It is currently the second tier in Brunei football, with two promotion places up for grabs. The champion receives B$7,000 ($5,000 USD) as prize money, a trophy and gold medal. Best player gets B$400 ($290 USD). Fair play award gets B$500 ($360 USD). Top goal scorer gets B$300 ($220 USD). Second place receives B$5,000 ($3,600 USD), trophy and silver medal. Third Place receives B$3,000 ($2,200 USD), trophy and bronze medal.


History

From 1985 to 1993, the champions of the four districts (Belait District, Belait, Brunei-Muara, Temburong, Tutong District, Tutong) entered into the National Championship playoff. The tournament was not played between 1994 and 2001. The Brunei Premier League was created in 2002, and it was the top-tier league until 2012, when it was replaced by the
Brunei Super League The Brunei Super League (''Liga Super Brunei'' in Malay) is a Bruneian professional league for association football. It is at the top flight of the Bruneian football league system and it is managed by the National Football Association of Brunei Dar ...
. Since 2014 it exists as a second tier competition.


Teams

A total of 8 teams competed in the 2018–19 Brunei Premier League, 2018–19 season. *BSRC FT *DPMM FC II *Jerudong FC *Panchor Murai FC *Rainbow FC (Brunei), Rainbow FC *Rimba Star FC *Seri Wira FC *Tabuan Muda


Stadiums

*Track & Field Sports Complex, Bandar Seri Begawan *Berakas Sports Complex, Berakas Town, Berakas *Jerudong Park Mini Stadium, Jerudong *Tutong Sports Complex, Pekan Tutong, Tutong *Brunei Shell Recreation Club Field, Panaga *National Football Association of Brunei Darussalam, NFABD Field, Bandar Seri Begawan


Champions

Previous winners are: :National Championship play-off winners: *1985: Angkatan Bersenjata *1986: Daerah Brunei *1987: Kota Ranger FC *1988: Kuala Belait FC *1989: Muara Stars FC *1990–92: ''not played'' *1993: Kota Ranger FC *1994-01: ''not played'' :Brunei Premier League (B-League) *2002 Brunei Premier League, 2002: Duli Pengiran Muda Mahkota FC, DPMM FC *2003 Brunei Premier League, 2003: Wijaya FC *2004 Brunei Premier League, 2004: Duli Pengiran Muda Mahkota FC, DPMM FC *2005-06 Brunei Premier League, 2005–06: QAF FC *2006–07: ''not held'' *2007-08 Brunei Premier League, 2007–08: QAF FC *2008–09: ''not held'' *2009-10 Brunei Premier League, 2009–10: QAF FC *2011 Brunei Premier League, 2011: ''suspended'' *2014 Brunei Premier League, 2014: Lun Bawang FC, Lun Bawang *2015 Brunei Premier League, 2015: Kota Ranger FC *2016 Brunei Premier League, 2016: Al-Idrus FC, Al-Idrus Junior *2017 Brunei Premier League, 2017: Setia Perdana FC *2018–19 Brunei Premier League, 2018–19: DPMM FC


Topscorers


References


External links


National Football Association of Brunei Darussalam
at fifa.com {{AFC second leagues Brunei Premier League, Football leagues in Brunei, 2 Second level football leagues in Asia Sports leagues established in 2002