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Timeline of Malian football

1930s1940s1950s1960s1970s1980s1990s2000s2010s

1930s

1938

1938

  • Jeanne d'Arc du Soudan, later Bamako, the early club established

1940s

1945

1945

  • Mamahira AC founded

1950s

1950195119521953195519561959

1950

  • Jeanne d'Arc de Bamako won their first Coupe de Soudan

1951

  • Jeanne d'Arc de Bamako won their second Coupe du Soudan

1952

  • Jeanne d'Arc de Bamako won their third Coupe du Soudan

1953

1955

  • Jeanne d'Arc de Bamako won their fourth and final Coupe du Soudan

1956

  • Jeanne d'Arc de Bamako won their second and last French West African Cup

1959

  • The early Coupe du Mali held its last edition

1960s

1960196119621963196419651966196719681969

1960

1961

1962

  • Real Bamako won their first national cup title

1963

  • Stade Malien won their second national cup title

1964

  • Real Bamako won their second national cup title

1965

  • USFAS Bamako sports club founded
  • Djoliba AC won their first national cup title
  • The Malian Olympic team finishes 2nd in the African games of Brazzaville

1966

1967

  • Real Bamako won their fourth national cup title
  • Djoliba AC won their second championship title for Mali

1968

  • Real Bamako won their fifth national cup title
  • Djoliba AC won their third championship title for Mali

1969

  • AS Real Bamako became the second club in the nation to get a championship title, also they won their sixth national cup title

1970s

1970197119721973197419751976197719781979

1970

  • Stade Malien became the third and recent club in the nation to get a championship title
  • Stade Malien won their third national cup title

1971

  • Djoliba AC won their fourth national championship title
  • Djoliba AC won their second national cup title

1972

  • Stade Malien won their fourth national cup title
  • Stade Malien won their second national championship title
  • The national team of mali finishes 2nd the cup of africa of the nations which takes place in cameroon

1973

  • Djoliba AC won their third national cup title
  • Djoliba AC won their fifth national championship title

1974

  • Djoliba AC won their fourth national cup title
  • Djoliba AC won their sixth national championship title

1975

  • Djoliba AC won their fifth national cup title
  • Djoliba AC won their seventh national championship title

1976

  • Djoliba AC won their sixth national cup title
  • Djoliba AC won their eighth national championship title

1977

  • Djoliba won their seventh national cup title
  • No national championship took place for the next two seasons

1978

  • Djoliba won their eighth national cup title

1979

  • AS Nianan founded
  • AS Sigui founded
  • Djoliba won their ninth national cup title
  • Djoliba AC won their ninth national championship title

1980s

1980198119821983198419851986198719881989

1980

  • Real Bamako won their seventh national cup title
  • AS Real Bamako won their second national championship title

1981

  • Djoliba won their tenth national cup title
  • AS Real Bamako won their third national championship title

1982

  • Stade Malien won their fifth national cup title
  • Djoliba won their tenth national championship title

1983

  • Djoliba AC won their 11th national cup title
  • AS Real Bamako won their fourth national championship title

1984

  • Stade Malien won their sixth national cup title
  • Stade Malien won their third national championship title

1985

  • Stade Malien won their seventh national cup title
  • Djoliba AC won their eleventh national championship title

1986

  • Stade Malien won their eighth national cup title
  • AS Real Bamako won their fifth national championship title

1987

  • AS Sigui won their only cup title, the fourth club to get an official football honour
  • Stade Malien won their fourth national championship title

1988

  • Stade Malien won their ninth national cup title
  • Djoliba AC won their 12th national championship title[1]

1989

  • AS Bakaridjan sports club founded
  • Real Bamako won their eighth national cup title
  • Stade Malien won their fifth national championship title[2]

1990s

1990199119921993199419951996199719981999

1990

  • Stade Malien won their 10th national cup title
  • Djoliba AC won their 13th national championship title[3]

1991

  • Real Bamako won their ninth national cup title
  • AS Real Bamako won their sixth and last national championship title[4]

1992

  • Stade Malien won their 11th national cup title
  • Djoliba AC won their 14th national championship title[5]
  • Stade Malien won their only WAFU Club Championship title

1993

  • Centre Salif Keita football club founded
  • Djoliba won their 12th national cup title
  • Stade Malien won their sixth national championship title[6]
  • Djoliba won their first national super cup title

1994

  • Stade Malien won their 12th national cup title
  • Stade Malien won their seventh national championship title[7]
  • Djoliba won their second national super cup title
  • The national team of football finishes 4th at the cup of africa of the nations in Tunisia

1995

  • USFAS Bamako won their only national cucp title and became the fifth club to get an official football honour
  • Stade Malien won their eighth national championship title[8]
  • No Super Cup competitions taken place for the next two seasons

1996

  • Djoliba won their 13th national cup title
  • Djoliba AC won their 15th national championship title[9]

1997

  • Stade Malien won their 13th national cup title
  • Djoliba AC won their 16th national championship title[10]
  • Djoliba AC won their third national super cup title

1998

  • Djoliba won their 14th national cup title
  • Djoliba AC won their 17th national championship title[11]
  • Stade Malien won their first national super cup title

1999

  • AS Bamako football club founded
  • Stade Malien won their 14th national cup title
  • Djoliba AC won their 18th national championship title[12]
  • Djoliba AC won their fourth national super cup title
  • The national team under 20 finishes at the 3rd place of the world cup held in nigeria and the player Seydou Keita receives the prize of the best player of the tournament

2000s

2000200120022003200420052006200720082009

2000

  • Cercle Olympique de Bamako (COB) won their first national cup title and became the seventh club to get an official football honour
  • Stade Malien won their ninth regional championship title[13]
  • Stade Malien won their second national super cup

2001

  • Stade Malien won their 15th national cup title
  • Stade Malien won their tenth regional championship title[14]
  • Stade Malien won their third national super cup

2002

  • Cercle Olympique won their second national cup title
  • Stade Malien won their 11th regional championship title[15]
  • The national football team finished 4th at the Africa Cup of Nations as host country
  • No Super Cup competitions took place for the next three seasons

2003

  • Djoliba won their 15th national cup title

Stade Malien won their 12th regional championship title[16]

2004

  • Djoliba won their 16th national cup title
  • Djoliba AC won their 19th national championship title[17]
  • The Mali finishes fourth of the cup of africa of the nations which is held in tunisia

2005

  • AS Bamako won their only national cup title and became the eighth club to get an official football honour
  • Stade Malien won their 13th national championship title[18]
  • Stade Malien won their fourth national super cup title

2006

  • Stade Malien won their 16th national cup title
  • Stade Malien won their 14th national championship title[19]
  • Stade Malien won their fifth national super cup title

2007

  • Djoliba won their 17th national cup title
  • Stade Malien won their 15th national championship title[20]
  • Stade Malien won their sixth national super cup title

2008

  • Djoliba won their 18th national cup title
  • Djoliba AC won their 20th national championship title[21]
  • Djoliba AC won their fifth national super cup title
  • Jeanne d'Arc de Bamako founded after a separation from Stade Malien
  • In the 44th minute of the match of the Bamako District's Mayor Cup, Djoliba supporters rioted, attacking officials, other fans, and journalists. The match was called off, and several days later, awarded to Stade. Djoliba were fined 500,000 FCFA, all payments for previous matches were withdrawn, and they were excluded form the 2009 competition.[22] Stade received the trophy and a 750,000 F Cfa award from the Mayor of Bamako Adama Sangaré on 23 September.[23]

2009

  • US Bougouni sports club founded
  • Djoliba won their 19th and recent national cup title
  • Djoliba AC won their 21st national championship title[24]
  • Stade Malien became the only Malian club to have a CAF Confederation Cup title
  • Stade Malien won their seventh national super cup title

2010s

20102011201220132014201520162017

2010

  • Real Bamako won their seventh and recent national cup title
  • Stade Malien won their 16th national championship title[25]
  • Stade Malien won their eighth national super cup title

2011

  • Cercle Olympique won their third and recent national cup title
  • Stade Malien won their 17th national championship title[26]
  • Cercle Olympique won their only national super cup title

2012

  • US Bougouni won their only national cup title and became the ninth club to get an official football honour
  • Djoilba AC won their 22nd and recent national championship title[27]
  • Djoliba AC won their sixth national super cup title
  • The national football team finished in the 3rd place of the Africa Cup of Nations after beating the Ghana in the match for the 3rd (2-0).

2013

  • Stade Malien won their 17th national cup title
  • Stade Malien won their 18th national championship title[28]
  • Djoliba AC won their seventh and recent national super cup title
  • The national football team finished in the 3rd place of the African Cup of Nations after beating the Ghana in the match for the 3rd (3-1).

2014

  • Onze Créateurs de Niaréla won their first national cup title and became the tenth and recent club to get an official football honour
  • Stade Malien won their 19th national championship title[29]
  • Stade Malien won their ninth national super cup title

2015

  • Stade Malien won their 18th and recent national cup title
  • Stade Malien won their 20th national championship title[30]
  • Stade Malien won their tenth and recent super cup title
  • The National Under-20 Team finished third in the World Cup in New Zealand after defeating Senegal (3-1) and Adama Traoré was awarded the Best Player of the Tournament award
  • The national selection u17 becomes the first selection Mali any age categories confused to win a continental title after having disposed of South Africa by 2 goal to zero in final
  • The U17 selection finishes 2nd in the World Cup held in Chile. The Malian Aly Malle finished 3rd best player of the tournament and the player Samuel Diarra obtains the reward of the best guardian of the tournament

2016

  • Onze Créateurs de Niaréla won their second and recent national cup title
  • Stade Malien won their 21st and recent national championship title[31]
  • Onze Créateus won their only national super cup title

2017

  • the President of Mali dissolved the Malian Football Federation for two months, the Malien Premier Division went to a two month halt.
  • FIFA banned the Malian Football Federation from competition from March 10 to early May which meant all clubs including Djoilba were banned from competing at the CAF Champions League and the CAF Confederation Cup
  • the 2017 Malian Premier Division resumes in early May after nearly two months of cancellation
  • The U17 selection retains its title of African champion by beating the Ghana in final by the score of 1 goal to 0. Alassane Diaby is named best player of the competition
  • October 29: Five clubs AS Bamako, Centre Salif Kéïta, Bamako, Djoliba and Duguwolofila refused to play in the 21st and 22nd rounds
  • November 8: After the date, no further Premier Division matches were played
  • December: Premier Division abandoned, no title awarded, no clubs relegated

See also

References

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  2. ^ "Mali 1989". Retrieved 20 May 2017.
  3. ^ "Mali 1990". Retrieved 20 May 2017.
  4. ^ "Mali 1991". Retrieved 20 May 2017.
  5. ^ "Mali 1992". Retrieved 20 May 2017.
  6. ^ "Mali 1993". Retrieved 20 May 2017.
  7. ^ "Mali 1994". Retrieved 20 May 2017.
  8. ^ "Mali 1995". Retrieved 20 May 2017.
  9. ^ "Mali 1996". Retrieved 20 May 2017.
  10. ^ "Mali 1997". Retrieved 20 May 2017.
  11. ^ "Mali 1998". Retrieved 20 May 2017.
  12. ^ "Mali 1999". Retrieved 20 May 2017.
  13. ^ "Mali 2000". Retrieved 20 May 2017.
  14. ^ "Mali 2001". Retrieved 20 May 2017.
  15. ^ "Mali 2002". Retrieved 20 May 2017.
  16. ^ "Mali 2003". Retrieved 20 May 2017.
  17. ^ "Mali 2004". Retrieved 20 May 2017.
  18. ^ "Mali 2005". Retrieved 20 May 2017.
  19. ^ "Mali 2006". Retrieved 20 May 2017.
  20. ^ "Mali 2007". Retrieved 20 May 2017.
  21. ^ "Mali 2008". Retrieved 20 May 2017.
  22. ^ Mali – List of Cup Winners – Rec. Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation, retrieved 2008-03-04.
  23. ^ Coupe du Maire du District : Le Stade reçoit son trophée. L'Essor, 24/09/2008
  24. ^ "Mali 2009". Retrieved 20 May 2017.
  25. ^ "Mali 2010". Retrieved 20 May 2017.
  26. ^ "Mali 2011". Retrieved 20 May 2017.
  27. ^ "Mali 2012". Retrieved 20 May 2017.
  28. ^ "Mali 2013". Retrieved 20 May 2017.
  29. ^ "Mali 2014". Retrieved 20 May 2017.
  30. ^ "Mali 2015". Retrieved 20 May 2017.
  31. ^ "Mali 2016". Retrieved 20 May 2017.