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Jordan League
Manaseer logo
Founded 1944
Region Jordan.png Jordan
Tournament information
Current champions Al-Wehdat SC
Number of teams 12
Most successful club Al-Faisaly (32 titles)
Football current event Current
Website Official website

The Jordan League is the highest division in football in Jordan. The league was played in 1944 for the first time.

Jordan League - Season Notes 2008/09

  • Season due to start on September 11, 2008.
  • Financial support of US$150,000 to all the ten participating clubs
  • The JFA also nominated league winners Al-Wihdat (Al Quwaysimah) as their sole representative in the new AFC Professional League
  • Al-Faisaly will represent Jordan in the AFC Cup 2009

Previous champions

Total Championships

The number of national championships that clubs in Jordan have attained.

Club
Number of Championships
Al-Faysali31
Al Wahdat (includes Al-Deffatain)11
Al Ahli8
Al-Jazeera3
Al Ramtha2
Shabab Al Ordon Al Qadisiya1

External links

Template:Jordan League seasons

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