|First Macedonian Football League|
|Number of teams||10|
|Relegation to||2. MFL|
|Level on pyramid||1|
|Domestic cup(s)||Macedonian Cup|
|UEFA cup(s)|| UEFA Champions League|
UEFA Europa League
|Current champions||Shkëndija (2nd title) (2017–18)|
|TV|| A1 (–2010)|
The Macedonian First Football League is the highest professional football competition in the Republic of Macedonia. It is a professional league competition for football clubs located at the top of the Macedonian football league system and has been operating for about twenty years since the 1992–1993 season. It is organized by the Football Federation of Macedonia (FFM).
Within the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, Macedonian teams had been a part of the Belgrade Football Subassociation (until 1927), Skopje Football Subassociation (1927–1941) and later after WWII in the Yugoslav football league system (1945–1991).
The championship titles won before 1992 are officially recognized by the Macedonian League as domestic regional cups.
Current teams (2017–18)
in season 2014–15
|Akademija Pandev||2nd in Second League|
|Skopje||1st in Second League|
- Macedonian First League current season standings and recent results at Uefa.com
- Football Federation of Macedonia
|First Macedonian Football League 2015-16|
|Macedonian First Football League seasons|
|Football in North Macedonia|
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