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The Tanzanian Mainland Premier League (Swahili: Ligi Kuu Tanzania Bara) is the top-level professional soccer league in Tanzania and is administered by the Tanzanian Soccer Federation. The league was formed in 1965 as the “National League”. Subsequently, its name was changed to “First Division Football League” and “Premier League” in 1997.

As of the 2018-19 season, the league is comprised of 20 teams that play a double round-robin. The first classified qualifies for the CAF Champions League.

Since the 2015-16 season, the Tanzania FA Cup winner has qualified for the CAF Confederations Cup. Earlier, the Premier League runner-up had qualified for the Confederations Cup. The last three classified in the league are relegated to the First Division League for the following season.

Wins by year

Previous champions are:

  1. 1965: Sunderland (Dar es Salaam)
  2. 1966: Sunderland (Dar es Salaam)
  3. 1967: Cosmopolitans S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  4. 1968: Young Africans S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  5. 1969: Young Africans S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  6. 1970: Young Africans S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  7. 1971: Young Africans S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  8. 1972: Young Africans S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  9. 1973: Simba S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  10. 1974: Young Africans S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  11. 1975: Mseto S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  12. 1976: Simba S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  13. 1977: Simba S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  14. 1978: Simba S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  15. 1979: Simba S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  16. 1980: Simba S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  17. 1981: Young Africans S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  18. 1982: Pan African S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  19. 1983: Young Africans S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  20. 1984: KMKM (Zanzibar)
  21. 1985: Majimaji F.C. (Ruvuma)
  22. 1986: Majimaji F.C. (Ruvuma)
  23. 1987: Young Africans S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  24. 1988: Coastal Union S.C. (Tanga)
  25. 1989: Malindi (Zanzibar)
  26. 1990: Pamba (Mwanza)
  27. 1991: Young Africans S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  28. 1992: Malindi (Zanzibar)
  29. 1993: Simba S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  30. 1994: Simba S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  31. 1995: Simba S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  32. 1996: Young Africans S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  33. 1997: Young Africans S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  34. 1998: Majimaji F.C. (Ruvuma)
  35. 1999: Prisons (Mbeya)
  36. 2000: Young Africans S.C. (Dar Es Salaam)
  37. 2001: Simba S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  38. 2002: Simba S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  39. 2003: season cancelled
  40. 2004: Simba S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  41. 2005: Young Africans S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  42. 2006: Young Africans S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  43. 2007: Simba S.C. (Dar es Salaam) [mini-league]
  44. 2007–08: Young Africans S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  45. 2008–09: Young Africans S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  46. 2009–10: Simba S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  47. 2010–11: Young Africans S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  48. 2011–12: Simba S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  49. 2012–13: Young Africans S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  50. 2013–14: Azam F.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  51. 2014–15: Young Africans S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  52. 2015–16: Young Africans S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  53. 2016–17: Young Africans S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  54. 2017–18: Simba S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  55. 2018–19: Simba S.C. (Dar es Salaam)
  56. 2019–20: Simba S.C. (Dar es S

VPL Top scorers

YearBest scorersTeamGoals
1997Mohamed Hussein “Mmachinga”Young Africans26
2004Abubakar Ally MkangwaMtibwa Sugar
2005Abdallah JumaMtibwa Sugar25
2006n/an/a
2007MashikuSC United17
2007–08Michael KatendeKagera Sugar
2008–09Boniface AmbaniYoung Africans18
2009–10Musa Hassan MgosiSimba18
2010–11Mrisho NgasaAzam18
2011–12John Raphael BoccoAzam19
2014–15Simon MsuvaYoung Africans17
2017–18Emmanuel OkwiSimba20
2018–19Meddie KagereSimba23
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