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FFAS Senior League

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FFAS Senior League
Founded1976
CountryAmerican Samoa
ConfederationOFC
Number of teams10
Level on pyramid1
Domestic cup(s)FFAS President's Cup
International cup(s)OFC Champions League
Current championsPago Youth
(2019)
Most championshipsPago Youth
(8 titles)
Current: 2019 FFAS Senior League

FFAS Senior League is the top division of the Football Federation American Samoa in American Samoa and is played on an amateur basis.

In 2009, the last two rounds of the league and the play-offs were cancelled because the only available pitch in Pago Pago was badly damaged in the 2009 Samoa earthquake and tsunami.[1] During the 2010 season, all matches were held at the Kananafou Theological Seminary College Sports Field as the stadium usually used in Pago Pago was still undergoing repairs.[1]

Clubs

These are the teams for the 2017 season.

Winners

Past winners of the league are: [2]

Season Winner
1976
Tafuna Jets
1977–80
Unknown
1981
Pago Eagles
1982
Pago Eagles
1983
Nuu'uli
1984–91
Unknown
1992
Nuu'uli
1993–96
Unknown
1997
Pago Eagles
1998
Unknown
1999
Konica Machine
2000
PanSa and Wild Wild West (Shared)
2001
PanSa
2002
PanSa
2003
Manumea
2004
Unknown
2005
PanSa
2006
Unknown
2007
Konica FC
2008
Pago Youth
2009
Black Roses
2010
Pago Youth
2011
Pago Youth
2012
Pago Youth
2013
FC SKBC
2014
Utulei Youth
2015
Utulei Youth
2016
Pago Youth
2017
Pago Youth
2018
Pago Youth
2019
Pago Youth

Performances

Club Winners Winning Years
Pago Youth
8
2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
PanSa
4
2000dagger, 2001, 2002, 2005
Pago Eagles
3
1981, 1982, 1997
Nuu'uli FC
2
1983, 1992
Utulei Youth
2
2014, 2015
FC SKBC
1
2013
Black Roses
1
2009
Konica FC
1
2007
Manumea
1
2003
Wild Wild West
1
2000dagger
Konica Machine
1
1999
Tafuna Jets
1
1976

dagger Title Shared.

References

  1. ^ a b American Samoa 2010 from rsssf.com
  2. ^ "American Samoa – List of Champions". RSSSF. Retrieved 17 April 2012.
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