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TM Malaysia Premier League
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Countries Malaysia
Confederation AFC
Founded 2004
Divisions 2nd
Number of teams 12
Promotion to Super League
Relegation to National League
Levels on pyramid 2
Domestic cup(s) Malaysia Cup
Malaysia FA Cup
International cup(s) No competition
Current champions Harimau Muda A (2009)
Website http://www.fam.org.my/
2010 Season

TM Malaysia Premier League is the second-tier football league in Malaysia.

Between 1998 to 2003, the second-tier league existed as the Malaysia Premier Two League, below the top-flight Malaysia Premier One League. In 2004, it was relaunched as the Malaysia Premier League, and the top-tier league was renamed the Malaysia Super League.

Between 2004 and 2006, the professional football league in Malaysia was divided into three groups:

  1. First Division: Malaysia Super League
  2. Second Division: Malaysia Premier League Group A
  3. Second Division: Malaysia Premier League Group B

At the end of the season, the top team from each group of the Premier League was promoted to the Malaysia Super League. The teams which finished bottom of each group were relegated to the National League Malaysia. The two group champions also faced-off to determine the Malaysia Premier League Championship.

For the 2006-07 season, the Malaysia Premier League was reorganised into a single league of 11 teams instead of being a competition involving two separate groups of teams.

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Teams

The Malaysia Premier League 2010 season will have 12 playing for promotion to the Malaysia Super League. The teams are:-

¹ - promoted from FAM Cup League Malaysia
² - relegated from Super League Malaysia

Champions

Season Champions Runners-up
2010
2009 Malaysia Harimau Muda A Terengganu PBDKT T-Team FC
2007-08 Kedah Kuala Muda Naza FC Federal Territory (Malaysia) KL PLUS FC
2006-07 Malaysia PDRM FA Selangor UPB-MyTeam FC
2005-06 Kedah Kedah FA Malacca Malacca FA
2005 Selangor Selangor FA Negeri Sembilan Negeri Sembilan FA
2004 Selangor MPPJ FC Malacca Melaka TMFC

History

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Pre-2004 Malaysian football league second-tier champions

Year Champions
2003 Selangor Public Bank FC
2002 Kedah Kedah FA
2001 Johor Johor FC
2000 Kelantan Kelantan FA
1999 Johor Johor FA
1998 TerengganuTerengganu FA
1994-97 no second-tier league
1993 Selangor Selangor FA
1992 Kedah Kedah FA
1991 Negeri Sembilan Negeri Sembilan FA
1990 Terengganu Terengganu FA
1989 Perlis Perlis FA
1982-88 no second-tier league

Best performing teams

# Club Titles
1 Kedah Kedah FA 3
2 Selangor Selangor FA 2
3 Terengganu Terengganu FA 2
4 Johor Johor FA 1
5 Perlis Perlis FA 1
6 Negeri Sembilan Negeri Sembilan FA 1
7 Selangor Selangor MPPJ 1
8 Kelantan Kelantan FA 1
9 Malaysia PDRM FA 1
10 Johor Johor FC 1
11 Selangor Public Bank FC 1
12 Kedah Kuala Muda Naza FC 1
13 Malaysia Harimau Muda A 1

Players

Golden Boot Winners

Season Players Teams/Clubs Goals
2010
2009 MalaysiaMohd Haris Safwan Mohd Kamal Terengganu PBDKT T-Team FC 24
2007-08 Senegal Mouhamadou Moustapha Kelantan Kelantan FA 27
2006-07 Croatia Marin Mikac Selangor UPB-MyTeam FC 13
2005-06 Argentina Gustavo Fuentes Malacca Malacca FA 18
2005 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Marlon Alex James Selangor MK Land FC 23
2004 Argentina Brian Diego Fuentes Selangor Selangor FA 25
2003 Argentina Juan Manuel Arostegui Selangor MPPJ FC 33
2002 Ghana Issac Kuffour Malacca Melaka TMFC 22
2001 Malaysia Suharmin Yusuf
Malaysia Shahrin Abdul Majid
Sabah Sabah FA 12
2000 Malaysia Annuar Abu Bakar Kelantan Kelantan FA 12
1999 Malaysia Rusdi Suparman Selangor Selangor FA 15
1998 Ghana Seidu Issifu Terengganu Terengganu FA 8
1993 Australia Alistair Edwards Singapore Singapore
1992 - -
1991 Australia Marshall Soper Penang Penang FA 11
1990 - - -
1989 - - -

See also

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