|Champions||Johor Darul Ta'zim|
|Relegated|| ATM |
|AFC Champions League|| Johor Darul Ta'zim |
|AFC Cup|| Johor Darul Ta'zim |
|Goals scored||369 (3.08 per match)|
|Top goalscorer|| Dramane Traore |
|Biggest home win|| Selangor 4 – 0 LionsXII |
(18 April 2015)
|Biggest away win|| Kelantan 0 – 4 PDRM |
(21 February 2015)
|Highest scoring|| LionsXII 5 – 3 PDRM |
(7 February 2015)
PDRM 3 – 5 Pahang
(20 June 2015)
Felda United 4 – 4 Selangor
(20 June 2015)
|Longest winning run||7 games|
(From Game 6 to Game 12)
|Longest unbeaten run||10 games|
(From Game 6 to Game 16)
|Longest winless run||8 games|
(From Game 1 to Game 8)
|Longest losing run||7 games|
(From Game 2 to Game 8)
|Highest attendance||25,100 |
Johor Darul Ta'zim
(3 May 2015)
|Lowest attendance||0 |
Johor Darul Ta'zim
(20 Jun 2015)
2016 →All statistics correct as of 13 August 2015.
The 2015 Liga Super (English: 2015 Super League) is the 12th season of the Liga Super, the top-tier professional football league in Malaysia.
The season was held from 31 January and concluded in 22 August 2015.
The Liga Super champions for 2015 was Johor Darul Ta'zim.
A total of 12 teams compete in the 2015 season which includes the top 10 teams that participated in the 2014 season and champions and runners-up of the 2014 Liga Premier.
T-Team and PKNS were relegated at the end of the 2014 Liga Super season after finishing in the bottom place of the league table.
2014 Liga Premier unbeaten champions PDRM and runners-up Felda United secured direct promotion to the Liga Super.
|ATM||Seremban||Tuanku Abdul Rahman Stadium||40,000|
|Felda United||Selayang||Selayang Stadium||11,098|
|Johor Darul Ta'zim||Johor Bahru||Larkin Stadium||30,000|
|Kelantan||Kota Bharu||Sultan Mohammad IV Stadium||22,000|
|LionsXII||Singapore||Jalan Besar Stadium||8,000|
|Pahang||Kuantan||Darul Makmur Stadium||40,000|
|PDRM||Shah Alam||Shah Alam Stadium||80,372|
|Selangor||Shah Alam||Shah Alam Stadium||80,372|
|Sime Darby||Shah Alam||Selayang Stadium||11,098|
|Terengganu||Kuala Terengganu||Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin Stadium 2||50,000|
Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
|Team||Head Coach||Captain||Kit manufacturer||Shirt sponsor|
|ATM||Azhar Abdullah||Hairuddin Omar||Warrix||Eco Bumi|
|Felda United||Irfan Bakti||Shukor Adan||Puma||FELDA & KPF [ permanent dead link ]|
|Johor Darul Ta'zim||Mario Gómez||Safiq Rahim||Nike||Country Garden|
|Kelantan||Zahasmi Ismail||Badhri Radzi||Warriors||Chengal Jati & Kicap Adabi|
|LionsXII||Fandi Ahmad||Izwan Mahbud||Nike||Starhub|
|Pahang||Zainal Abidin Hassan||Razman Roslan||Puma||Aras Kuasa (home), Resorts World (away)|
|PDRM||Mohd Fauzi Pilus||Muslim Ahmad||Line 7||Perkasa Jauhari|
|Perak||M. Karathu||Nasir Basharudin||Al- Ikhsan||Perak Agro & Casuarina Hotels|
|Sarawak||K. Rajagopal||Joseph Kalang Tie||Starsport||Sarawak Energy|
|Selangor||Mehmet Durakovic||Shahrom Kalam||Kappa||Menteri Besar Incorporated|
|Sime Darby||Ismail Zakaria||Ivan Dragičević||Kappa||Sime Darby|
|Terengganu||Ahmad Yusoff||Nordin Alias||Umbro||Ladang Rakyat|
|Team||Outgoing Head Coach||Manner of departure||Date of vacancy||Incoming Head Coach||Date of appointment|
|Perak||Abu Bakar Fadzim||Demotion to assistant head coach||16 September 2014||Vjeran Simunic||16 September 2014|
|Perak||Vjeran Simunic||Contract terminated||1 January 2015||M. Karathu||1 January 2015|
|Club||Visa 1||Visa 2||Visa 3||Visa 4 (Asian)||Former|
|ATM||Obinna Nwaneri||Abdulafees Abdulsalam||Jerry Palacios||Mario Karlovic||-|
|Felda United||Bojan Miladinovic||Zah Rahan Krangar||Thiago Augusto||Ndumba Makeche||Edward Junior Wilson|
|Johor Darul Takzim||Marcos Antônio||Patito Rodríguez||Luciano Figueroa||Hariss Harun||Jorge Pereyra Díaz, Alhaji Kamara|
|Kelantan||Gilmar||Austin Amutu||Erwin Carrillo||Jonathan McKain|| Isaac Pupo |
|Pahang||Damion Stewart||Matías Conti||Dickson Nwakaeme||Zesh Rahman||-|
|PDRM||Jaime Bragança||Mohamadou Sumareh||Dramane Traoré||Ali Ashfaq||Onorionde Kughegbe|
|Perak||Thiago Junio||Horace James||Charles Chad||Namkung Woong||Marco Tulio|
|Sarawak||Patrick Gerhardt||Ivan Fatić||Billy Mehmet||Ryan Griffiths||Ronald Hikspoors|
|Selangor||Robert Cornthwaite||Leandro Dos Santos||Guilherme de Paula||Andik Vermansyah||-|
|Sime Darby||Ivan Dragicevic||Marko Perovic||Nemanja Vidakovic||Reinaldo Mineiro||Dilshod Sharofetdinov|
|Terengganu||Vincent Bikana||Gustavo López||Paulo Rangel||Issey Nakajima-Farran||Hassan Chaito|
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Qualification or relegation|
|1||Johor Darul Ta'zim (C)||22||14||4||4||36||18||+18||46||Qualification to AFC Champions League qualifying preliminary round 2|
|2||Selangor||22||11||6||5||43||28||+15||39||Qualification to AFC Cup group stage|
|11||ATM (R)||22||2||5||15||21||47||−26||11||Qualification to the Relegation play-off|
|12||Sime Darby (R)||22||1||7||14||20||48||−28||10||Relegation to Liga Premier|
|2||Patrick Ronaldinho Wleh||PKNS||16|
|Luciano Figueroa||Johor Darul Ta'zim|
|Guilherme de Paula||Selangor|
|Dramane Traore||PDRM||LionsXII||3 – 5||7 February 2015|
|Charles Chad||Perak||Felda United||1 – 4||4 April 2015|
|Mohd Afiq Azmi||Selangor||LionsXII||4 – 0||18 April 2015|
|Matías Conti||Pahang||PDRM||3 – 5||20 June 2015|
|1||Farizal Marlias||Johor Darul Ta'zim||9|
|2||Khairul Azhan Khalid||Pahang||7|
|3||Khairul Fahmi Che Mat||Kelantan||5|
|4||Mohd Zamir Selamat||Perak||3|
|Badrulzaman Abdul Halim||PDRM|
|Mohd Fairul Azwan Shahrullai||Felda United|
|Mohd Farizal Harun||Felda United|
|Mohd Fadzley Rahim||Sarawak|
The player of the month award will be given monthly. It were given by Professional Footballers Association of Malaysia (PFAM) starting May 2015. Five players will be pick each month by PFAM and will be shown on their official websites. The player will be voted in a survey and the player with the most vote will be picked as PFAM Player Of The Month.
|Month||Player of the Month||Reference|
|June||Nurridzuan Abu Hassan||Perak|
|July||Luciano Figueroa||Johor Darul Ta'zim|
|Felda United FC||1,223||-----||10,396||2,467||289||3,200||4,525||585||2,573||2,274||400||1,361||29,293||2,663|
|Sime Darby FC||300||1,000||4,675||2,250||200||3,985||2,317||400||400||1,733||-----||700||17,960||1,633|
|TOTAL LEAGUE CROWD ATTENDANCE||883,225||6,691|
Sources: Sistem Pengurusan Maklumat Bolasepak (FAM)
|Round||Total||Games||Avg. Per Game|
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