Malaysia FAM League


Malaysia FAM League
Malaysia FAM League
Countries Malaysia Malaysia
Confederation AFC
Founded 1952
Divisions 3rd
Number of teams 11
Levels on pyramid 3
Promotion to Malaysia Premier League
Relegation to -
Domestic cup(s) Malaysia FA Cup
International cup(s) AFC Cup (via domestic cups)
Current champions Betaria FC
(2011)
Most championships Selangor FA
Website http://www.famalaysia.org.my/site
2011 Season

The Malaysia FAM League (Liga FAM Malaysia in Malay and formerly Malaysia FAM Cup) is the third-tier football league in Malaysia. The current champion is Betaria FC of Negeri Sembilan in 2011 Season. The tournament used to be a cup format, but it changed 2008 as it was held as a league tournament and changing to its current name. The Malaysia FAM Cup was its previous name but changed it 2008 due to its format.

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Relegation

Usually, the teams in the league is not relegated and therefore has no relegation's, but if a team have a bad record or decided to withdrew from the league, the team will be replaced by the one of the teams that won their regional leagues, directly chosen by Football Association of Malaysia or decided to apply for the league. When a team decides to withdrew, A team is allowed to apply to join the league. If the team meets the Football Association of Malaysia rules and criteria (Depending on their club history, management and competition history) the team will be allowed to join the league, whether the club is newly formed or not.

There is currently 14 Division Leagues in Malaysia, covering the whole 14 states in Malaysia.

If a team get relegated, they can either choose to be put back into their region league or decide to dissolved the club.

Season 2011

The following teams participated in the season 2011. In order by the number given by FAM:-

League table 2011

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Negeri Sembilan Betaria FC 20 14 3 3 49 26 +23 45 Promotion to the 2012 Malaysia Premier League
2 Johor MBJB FC 20 12 5 3 37 24 +13 41
3 Tentera Darat FC 20 10 5 5 45 29 +16 35
4 Shahzan Muda FC 20 9 8 3 37 22 +15 35
5 Kuala Lumpur Rapid FC 20 9 5 6 37 24 +13 32
6 Malacca FA 20 7 5 8 45 40 +5 26
7 UiTM FC 20 5 9 6 27 27 0 24
8 Kuala Lumpur SPA FC 20 6 6 8 31 36 −5 24
9 Kor RAMD FC 20 7 3 10 27 33 −6 24
10 TUDM Hornet FC 20 2 3 15 14 45 −31 9
11 Johor Melodi Jaya Sports Club 20 1 4 15 15 58 −43 7

Updated to games played on 22 May 2011
Source: Malaysia Football Dimos
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (O) = Play-off winner; (A) = Advances to a further round.
Only applicable when the season is not finished:
(Q) = Qualified to the phase of tournament indicated; (TQ) = Qualified to tournament, but not yet to the particular phase indicated; (DQ) = Disqualified from tournament.

Notes

The following teams participated in the season 2010. In order by the number given by FAM:-

League table

Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; F = Goals for; A = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points

Pos Teams/Club Pld W D L F A GD Pts
1 Kuala Lumpur Sime Darby FC 14 11 3 0 36 3 33 36
2 Penang Sinar Dimaja Maisara FC 14 9 3 2 41 15 26 30
3 Kuala Lumpur SPA FC 14 9 3 2 28 14 14 30
4 Selangor UiTM FC 14 6 2 6 29 17 12 20
5 Johor MBJB FC 14 4 1 9 15 22 -7 13
6 Perlis KSK Tambun Tulang 14 3 4 7 18 31 -13 13
7 Johor Melodi Jaya Sports Club 14 2 4 7 13 28 -15 10
8 Selangor Juara Ban Hoe Leong FC 14 1 1 12 13 45 -32 5
Key to colours in league table
     Champion
     Promotion to Premier League Malaysia line

The following teams participated in the season 2009. In order by the number given by FAM:-

League table

Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; F = Goals for; A = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points

Pos Club Pld W D L F A GD Pts
1 Kuala Lumpur Pos Malaysia FC 14 9 3 2 29 11 18 30
2 Perlis Tambun Tulang Community Sports Club 14 7 5 2 21 8 13 26
3 Penang USM Staffs FC 14 7 4 3 28 13 15 25
4 Johor Majlis Perbandaran Muar FC 14 6 4 4 19 13 6 22
5 Pahang UiTM Pahang FC 14 6 3 5 25 18 7 21
6 Selangor Juara Ban Hoe Leong Sports Club 14 4 1 9 7 25 -18 13
7 Malacca Malacca Prisons FC 14 2 3 9 18 37 -19 9
8 Johor Melodi Jaya Sports Club 14 2 3 9 11 31 -20 9


Key to colours in league table
     Champion
     Promotion to Premier League Malaysia line
Season Champions Runners-up Score in final
1952 Penang Penang FA Selangor Selangor FA 5-0
1953 Kelantan Kelantan FA Selangor Selangor FA 1-1 (Trophy shared)
1954 Kelantan Kelantan FA Combined Services 2-1
1955 Penang Penang FA Selangor Selangor FA 2-1
1956 Penang Penang FA Negeri Sembilan Negeri Sembilan FA 5-1
1957 Penang Penang FA Malacca Malacca FA 8-1
1958 Combined Services Malacca Malacca FA 3-1
1959 Perak Perak FA Johor Johor FA 1-0
1960 Selangor Selangor FA Perak Perak FA 5-0
1961 Selangor Selangor FA Penang Penang FA 5-3
1962 Selangor Selangor FA Penang Penang FA
1963 Singapore Singapore FA Kelantan Kelantan FA 7-0
1964 Perak Perak FA Selangor Selangor FA 7-1
1965 Perak Perak FA Singapore Singapore FA 3-2
1966 Selangor Selangor FA Johor Johor FA 3-0
1967 Singapore Singapore FA Selangor Selangor FA 2-1
1968 Selangor Selangor FA Penang Penang FA 3-2
1969 Terengganu Terengganu FA Selangor Selangor FA 3-1
1970 Malaysia Penjara Malaysia FC Selangor Selangor FA 3-2
1971 Malaysia Penjara Malaysia FC Kelantan Kelantan FA 5-2
1972 Selangor Selangor FA Kelantan Kelantan FA 2-1
1973 Malaysia Penjara Malaysia FC Johor Johor FA 1-0
1974 UMNO FC Pahang Kuantan FA 2-1
1975 Pahang Kuantan FA Terengganu PPP Terengganu 1-0
1976 Kelab Sukan Adabi Pahang Kuantan FA 1-0
1977 Pahang Kuantan FA Selangor Kelab Kilat 2-2 (Trophy shared)
1978 Negeri Sembilan NS Indians FC Selangor PKNS FC 0-0 (Trophy shared)
1979 Selangor PKNS FC Selangor Hong Chin FC
1980 Pahang Darulmakmur FC Negeri Sembilan NS Indians FC 4-1
1981 Penang SPPP FC Kuala Lumpur UMBC FC 4-2
1982 Selangor Kelab Sultan Sulaiman Federal Territory (Malaysia) MARA FC 2-0
1983 Penang SPPP FC
1984 Johor Johor Bahru FC Kuala Lumpur Faizar Haris FC 2-1
1985 Kuala Lumpur KL Cheq Point FC Kuala Lumpur DBKL FC 1-0
1986 Unknown
1987 Kuala Lumpur DBKL FC Perak Kinta Indians FC 1-0
1988 Unknown
1989
1990
1990-91 Kuala Lumpur DBKL FC Selangor Public Bank FC 1-0
1991-92 Kedah PKNK FC Penang Intel FC 2-1
1993 Penang Intel FC Perak PKNPk FC 1-1 (aet) 5-4 (PSO)
1994 Johor PKENJ FC Penang Intel FC PKENJ FC won 1-0 on aggregate
1st leg 1-0; 2nd leg 0-0
1995 Johor PKENJ FC Pahang LKPP Pahang FC PKENJ FC won 2-0 on aggregate
1st leg 1-0; 2nd leg 0-1
19961 Malacca TM FC Johor Johor FC TM FC won 4-3 on penalty
1st leg 2-1; 2nd leg 0-1
1997 Malaysia ATM FA Negeri Sembilan Chempaka FC ATM FA won 3-0 on aggregate
1st leg 2-0; 2nd leg 1-0
1998 Malacca TM FC Kelantan TNB FC TM FC won 5-1 on aggregate
1st leg 4-0; 2nd leg 1-1
1999 Kelantan JKR FC Kuala Lumpur Malay Mail FC 4-2
2000 Kedah JKR FC Malaysia PDRM FA 1-1 (aet) 6-5 (PSO)
2001 Selangor MPPJ FC Johor SAJ Holdings FC 3-1
2002 Kelantan JPS FC Perak TKN FC 5-0
2003 Selangor PKNS FC Selangor MK Land FC 3-1
2004 Penang Suria NTFA Perak UPB FC 2-1
2005 Kelantan Kelantan FA Pahang Shahzan Muda FC 2-0
2006 Johor Pasir Gudang United FC Malaysia ATM FA 3-0
2007 Selangor Proton FC Sabah Beverly FC 4-2
2008 Terengganu PBDKT Johor MBJB FC Held as league tournament
2009 Kuala Lumpur Pos Malaysia FC Penang USM FC Held as league tournament
2010 Kuala Lumpur Sime Darby FC Penang Sinar Dimaja Maisara FC Held as league tournament
2011 Negeri Sembilan Betaria FC Johor Johor MBJB FC Held as league tournament

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