|Dates||28 February – 31 October 2020|
|Champions||Johor Darul Ta'zim (7th title)|
|Relegated|| PDRM FA |
|AFC Champions League||Johor Darul Ta'zim|
|AFC Cup|| Kedah |
|Goals scored||218 (3.3 per match)|
|Top goalscorer|| Ifedayo Olusegun |
|Biggest home win||7 goals|
JDT 7–0 Perak
(4 September 2020)
|Biggest away win||7 goals|
PDRM 0–7 Selangor
(3 October 2020)
|Highest scoring||7 goals|
Kedah 3–4 Terengganu
(7 March 2020)
JDT 7–0 Perak
(4 September 2020)
JDT 6–1 Selangor
(19 September 2020)
PDRM 0–7 Selangor
(3 October 2020)
Selangor 6–1 Felda United
(10 October 2020)
|Longest winning run||5 matches|
|Longest unbeaten run||11 matches|
|Longest winless run||11 matches|
|Longest losing run||5 matches|
|Total attendance||178,443 (matches played behind closed doors are not included)|
|Average attendance||9,914 (matches played behind closed doors are not included)|
The 2020 Malaysia Super League (Malay : Liga Super Malaysia 2020), known as the CIMB Bank Liga Super Malaysia 2020 for sponsorship reasons, was the 17th season of the Malaysia Super League, the top-tier professional football league in Malaysia.
Johor Darul Ta'zim were the defending champions, having won their sixth title the previous season.
The first transfer window was from 16 January to 15 March 2020.
On 13 March 2020, it was announced that the league would be suspended indefinitely, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. On 1 May, it was announced that the league would resume in September dependent on the situation at the time. Due to time constraints, the home-and-away format has been scrapped. Teams played each other only once, meaning that the champion of the Super League was decided after eleven rounds of matches.
Kuala Lumpur and PKNP are relegated to the Malaysia Premier League after finishing bottom and second-bottom respectively in last season's Malaysia Super League.
Sabah and PDRM are promoted after securing their place as champions and 3rd-placed finishers in last season's Malaysia Premier League (runners-up Johor Darul Ta'zim II is ineligible for the Super League due to being the reserve team to Johor Darul Ta'zim).
As PKNS has changed their status as the reserve team to Selangor, they are therefore replaced by the 5th-placed finishers of last season's Malaysia Premier League UiTM (4th-placed finishers Terengganu II is ineligible for the Super League due to being the reserve team to Terengganu FC).
Promoted from the 2019 Malaysia Premier League
Relegated to the 2020 Malaysia Premier League
|Felda United||Jengka||Tun Abdul Razak Stadium||25,000|
|Johor Darul Ta'zim||Iskandar Puteri||Sultan Ibrahim Stadium||40,000|
|Kedah||Alor Setar||Darul Aman Stadium||32,387|
|Melaka||Krubong||Hang Jebat Stadium||40,000|
|Pahang||Kuantan||Darul Makmur Stadium||40,000|
|PDRM||Kuala Lumpur||Kuala Lumpur Stadium||15,000|
|Petaling Jaya||Petaling Jaya||Petaling Jaya Stadium||25,000|
|Sabah||Kota Kinabalu||Likas Stadium||35,000|
|Selangor||Shah Alam||Shah Alam Stadium||80,372|
|Terengganu||Kuala Terengganu||Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin Stadium||50,000|
|UiTM||Shah Alam||UiTM Stadium||10,000|
|Team||Head coach||Captain||Kit manufacturer||Main sponsor|
|Felda United||Nidzam Jamil||Jasazrin Jamaluddin||FBT||Felda|
|Johor Darul Ta'zim||Benjamin Mora||Hariss Harun||Nike||–|
|Kedah||Aidil Sharin Sahak||Baddrol Bakhtiar||Lotto||Chenang Bay|
|Melaka||Zainal Abidin Hassan||Safiq Rahim||Al-Ikhsan||Olympex|
|Pahang||Dollah Salleh||Dickson Nwakaeme||Umbro||Aras Kuasa|
|PDRM||Ishak Kunju||Safiee Ahmad||Al-Ikhsan||RedONE|
|Perak||Mehmet Duraković||Shahrul Saad||Kelme||Visit Perak (home) & Pangkor Duty Free Island (away)|
|Petaling Jaya||K. Devan||K. Gurusamy||Puma||Qnet|
|Sabah||Kurniawan Dwi Yulianto||Rawilson Batuil||Carino||–|
|Selangor||B. Sathianathan||Taylor Regan||Joma||PKNS|
|Terengganu||Nafuzi Zain||Lee Tuck||Al-Ikhsan||RedONE|
|UiTM||Frank Bernhardt||Afif Asyraf||Adidas (home & away) & Fitech (third)||SUKIPT|
Southeast Asia (SEA) players are required to have acquired at least 30 international caps for their senior national team with no period restriction on when they are earned while those who has less than 30 international caps will be subjected to MFL approval.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one FIFA and non-FIFA nationality.
|Team||Player 1||Player 2||Player 3||Asian Player||SEA Player||Former Players 1|
|Felda United||Nikola Raspopović||Frédéric Bulot||Nicolas Velez||Ryutaro Megumi||Khairul Amri|
|Johor Darul Ta'zim||Maurício||Diogo||Leandro Velazquez||Gonzalo Cabrera||Hariss Harun|
|Kedah||Renan Alves||Kipré Tchétché||Kpah Sherman||Amin Nazari||Shakir Hamzah|
|Melaka||Romel Morales||Uche Agba||Sony Norde||Jang Suk-won||Naruphon Wild|
|Pahang||Ivan Carlos||Hérold Goulon||Dickson Nwakaeme||Adam Reed||Khalil Khamis|
|PDRM||Shohrat Soyunov||Serdar Geldiyev||Antonio German|
|Perak||Leandro||Careca||Guilherme||Antony Golec||Thierry Bin|
|Petaling Jaya||Elizeu||Brandão||Demba Camara||Kim Bong-jin||Anawin Jujeen||Mark Hartmann|
|Sabah||Rodoljub Paunovic||Petrus Shitembi||Guy Gnabouyou||Park Tae-soo||Dennis Buschening||Hector Ramos|
|Selangor||Sandro||Ifedayo Olusegun||Rufino Segovia||Taylor Regan||Safuwan Baharudin|
|Terengganu||Argzim Redžović||Lee Tuck||Sanjar Shaakhmedov||Bruno Suzuki||Faris Ramli|| Babacar Diallo |
|UiTM||Gustavo||Victor Nirennold||Ousmane Fané||Rabih Ataya||Mark Hartmann|
|Club||Player 1||Player 2||Player 3||Player 4|
|Johor Darul Ta'zim||Matthew Davies 3 4||La'Vere Corbin-Ong 3 4||Natxo Insa 3 4||Liridon Krasniqi 4|
|Kedah||David Rowley 3||Tam Sheang Tsung 3|
|Melaka||Khair Jefri Jones 3 4||Curran Singh-Ferns 3|
|Selangor||Nicholas Swirad 3||Brendan Gan Seng Ling 3 4|
|Terengganu||Stuart Wark 3||Darren Lok Yee Deng 3 4|
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Qualification or relegation|
|1||Johor Darul Ta'zim (C, Q)||11||9||2||0||33||8||+25||29||Qualification for AFC Champions League group stage|
|2||Kedah (Q)||11||7||1||3||20||13||+7||22||Qualification for AFC Cup group stage|
|7||Petaling Jaya City||11||3||5||3||17||16||+1||14|
|11||Felda United (R)||11||1||4||6||12||27||−15||7||Relegation to Malaysia Premier League|
The table lists the positions of teams after each week of matches.
In order to preserve chronological evolvements, any postponed matches are not included to the round at which they were originally scheduled, but added to the full round they were played immediately afterwards.
|Relegation to 2021 Premier League|
|3||Dominique Da Sylva||Terengganu||9|
|4||Safawi Rasid||Johor Darul Ta'zim||7|
|Gonzalo Cabrera||Johor Darul Ta'zim|
|5||Gustavo Almeida dos Santos||UiTM||6|
|6||Uche Agba||Melaka United||5|
|1||Diogo||Johor Darul Ta'zim||8|
|Leandro Velazquez||Johor Darul Ta'zim|
|Washington Brandão||Petaling Jaya City|
|Wan Amirul Afiq||Melaka United|
|Dominique Da Sylva 4||Terengganu||Kedah||3–4 (A)||7 March 2020|
|Gonzalo Cabrera||JDT||Perak||7–0 (H)||4 September 2020|
|Shahrel Fikri 4||Perak||Felda United||5–1 (H)||25 September 2020|
|Ifedayo Olusegun||Selangor||Felda United||6–1 (H)||11 October 2020|
Note4 Player scored 4 goals
|1||Farizal Marlias||Johor Darul Ta'zim||4|
|2||Khairul Fahmi Che Mat||Melaka||3|
|Kalamullah Al Hafiz||PJ City|
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