Sierra Leone National Premier League
Countries Sierra Leone
Confederation CAF
Founded 1967
Number of teams 14
Levels on pyramid 1
Relegation to Sierra Leone National First Division
Domestic cup(s) Sierra Leonean FA Cup
International cup(s) Champions League
Confederation Cup
Current champions East End Lions

Sierra Leone National Premier League is the top football league in Sierra Leone. It was founded in 1967. The league is sponsored by the Sierra Leone Commercial Bank, one of the major Sierra Leonean banks. East End Lions and Mighty Blackpool are the two biggest and most successful clubs. The National Premier League is controlled by the Sierra Leone Football Association. To date a club outside Freetown has never won the league. The season runs from March to July.[1]

The league is sponsored by Lintel-Africell who paid Le200 Million for the privilege.[2]


Fourteen clubs compete in the league, playing each other twice, once at home and once away. At the end of the season the bottom two clubs are relegated to the Sierra Leone National First Division, the second highest football league in Sierra Leone. The top two teams qualify for the CAF Champions League, while the third place team or the winner of the Sierra Leonean FA Cup will qualify for the CAF Confederation Cup. If the winner of the Sierra Leonean FA Cup has already qualify for the CAF Champions League, the Confederations Cup spot will go to the third place team in the table.

2009-10 ClubsEdit

Central Parade Freetown
Diamond Stars Koidu Town
East End Lions Freetown
Freetown City F.C. Freetown
Gem Stars (R)Tongoma
Golden Dragons Magburaka
Kakua Rangers Bo
Kallon F.C. Freetown
Kamboi Eagles Kenema
Mighty Blackpool Freetown
Nepean Stars Bo
Old Edwardians Freetown
Ports Authority Freetown
Wusum Stars Makeni

Previous winnersEdit

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Performance by clubEdit

Club City Titles Last Title
Mighty Blackpool Freetown 11 2001
East End Lions Freetown 11 2010
Kallon FC (includes Sierra Fisheries) Freetown 4 2006
Real Republicans Freetown 3 1984
Ports Authority Freetown 2 2008
Freetown City (includes Freetown United) Freetown 1 1989
Old Edwardians Freetown 1 1990


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