|Number of teams||12|
|Level on pyramid||1|
|Relegation to||2. liga|
|Domestic cup(s)||Slovak Cup|
|International cup(s)|| UEFA Champions League |
UEFA Europa Conference League
|Current champions|| Slovan Bratislava (12th title)|
|Most championships||Slovan Bratislava (12 titles)|
|Current: 2022–23 Fortuna Liga|
The Slovak Super Liga is the top level football league in Slovakia, currently known as the Fortuna Liga due to a sponsorship arrangement.It was formed in 1993 following the dissolution of Czechoslovakia. The record for most titles is eleven, held by Slovan Bratislava, who are the current title holders.
Slovakia was part of Czechoslovakia (1918–1939 and 1945–1993). The first Slovak championship Zväzové Majstrovstvá Slovenska was played between Slovak teams (1925–1933); until 1935-36, no Slovak team played in the Czechoslovak (professional, state) league. During the German occupation of Czechoslovakia, Czech and Slovak clubs competed in their own, separate competitions.The sole Slovak club in the league, ŠK Bratislava, was removed from the league and joined a new Slovak league, the Slovenská liga (1939–1945), in the newly independent Slovak Republic.
1925 - 1. ČsŠK Bratislava
|SK Slovan Bratislava / NV Bratislava|
|1949, 1950, 1951, 1955, 1969–70, 1973–74, 1974–75, 1991–92|
|FC Spartak Trnava|
|1967–68, 1968–69, 1970–71, 1971–72, 1972–73|
|FK Inter Bratislava|
Throughout the Fortuna liga history, the number of clubs competing at the top level in 1996 has increased, in 2000 has been gradually decreased and in 2006 has again increased. Below is a complete record of how many teams played in each season throughout the league's history:
|1993/94–1996/97||No main sponsor||1. liga|
|2002/03||No main sponsor||1. liga|
|Team||Stadium||Capacity or seats|
|FC DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda||MOL Aréna||12,700|
|FC Spartak Trnava||Anton Malatinský Stadium||19,200|
|FC ViOn Zlaté Moravce||Štadión FC ViOn||4,000|
|AS Trenčín||Štadión Sihoť||10,000|
|FK Senica||OMS ARENA Senica||5,070|
|MFK Ružomberok||Štadión pod Čebraťom||4,817|
|ŠKF Sereď||Anton Malatinský Stadium||19,200|
|MFK Zemplín Michalovce||Mestský futbalový štadión||4,440|
|MŠK Žilina||Štadión pod Dubňom||11,258|
|ŠK Slovan Bratislava||Tehelné pole||22,500|
|FK Pohronie||Mestský štadión||2,309|
|MFK Tatran Liptovský Mikuláš||NTC Poprad||5,700|
Source for teams:
|Season||Champions||Runners-up||Third place||Top scorer||Goals||Team|
|1993–94||Slovan Bratislava (1)||Inter Bratislava||Dunajská Streda||Pavol Diňa||19||Dunajska Streda|
|1994–95||Slovan Bratislava (2)||1. FC Košice||Inter Bratislava||Robert Semenik||18||Dukla Banská Bystrica|
|1995–96||Slovan Bratislava (3)||1. FC Košice||Spartak Trnava||Robert Semenik||29||1. FC Košice|
|1996–97||1. FC Košice (1)||Spartak Trnava||Slovan Bratislava||Jozef Kožlej||22||1. FC Košice|
|1997–98||1. FC Košice (2)||Spartak Trnava||Inter Bratislava||Ľubomír Luhový||17||Spartak Trnava|
|1998–99||Slovan Bratislava (4)||Inter Bratislava||Spartak Trnava||Martin Fabuš||19||Ozeta Dukla Trenčín|
|1999–00||Inter Bratislava (1)||1. FC Košice||Slovan Bratislava||Szilárd Németh||16||Inter Bratislava|
|2000–01||Inter Bratislava (2)||Slovan Bratislava||MFK Ružomberok||Szilárd Németh||23||Inter Bratislava|
|2001–02||MŠK Žilina (1)||Matador Púchov||Inter Bratislava||Marek Mintál||21||MŠK Žilina|
|2002–03||MŠK Žilina (2)||Artmedia Bratislava||Slovan Bratislava|| Marek Mintál |
|20|| MŠK Žilina |
Laugaricio Trenčín, MŠK Žilina
|2003–04||MŠK Žilina (3)||Dukla Banská Bystrica||MFK Ružomberok||Roland Števko||17||MFK Ružomberok|
|2004–05||Artmedia Bratislava (1)||MŠK Žilina||Dukla Banská Bystrica||Filip Šebo||22||Artmedia Petržalka|
|2005–06||MFK Ružomberok (1)||Artmedia Bratislava||Spartak Trnava|| Róbert Rák |
|21|| FC Nitra |
|2006–07||MŠK Žilina (4)||Artmedia Bratislava||Slovan Bratislava||Tomáš Oravec||16||Artmedia Petržalka|
|2007–08||Artmedia Bratislava (2)||MŠK Žilina||FC Nitra||Ján Novák||17||MFK Košice|
|2008–09||Slovan Bratislava (5)||MŠK Žilina||Spartak Trnava||Pavol Masaryk||15||ŠK Slovan Bratislava|
|2009–10||MŠK Žilina (5)||Slovan Bratislava||Dukla Banská Bystrica||Róbert Rák||18||FC Nitra|
|2010–11||Slovan Bratislava (6)||FK Senica||MŠK Žilina||Filip Šebo||22||ŠK Slovan Bratislava|
|2011–12||MŠK Žilina (6)||Spartak Trnava||Slovan Bratislava||Pavol Masaryk||18||MFK Ružomberok|
|2012–13||Slovan Bratislava (7)||FK Senica||AS Trenčín||David Depetris||16||AS Trenčín|
|2013–14||Slovan Bratislava (8)||AS Trenčín||Spartak Trnava||Tomáš Malec||14||AS Trenčín|
|2014–15||AS Trenčín (1)||MŠK Žilina||Slovan Bratislava|| Matej Jelić |
|19|| MŠK Žilina |
|2015–16||AS Trenčín (2)||Slovan Bratislava||Spartak Myjava||Gino van Kessel||17||AS Trenčín|
|2016–17||MŠK Žilina (7)||Slovan Bratislava||MFK Ružomberok|| Filip Hlohovský |
|20|| MŠK Žilina |
|2017–18||Spartak Trnava (1)||Slovan Bratislava||Dunajská Streda||Samuel Mráz||21||MŠK Žilina|
|2018–19||Slovan Bratislava (9)||Dunajská Streda||MFK Ružomberok||Andraž Šporar||29||Slovan Bratislava|
|2019–20||Slovan Bratislava (10)||MŠK Žilina||Dunajská Streda||Andraž Šporar||12||Slovan Bratislava|
|2020–21||Slovan Bratislava (11)||Dunajská Streda||Spartak Trnava||Dawid Kurminowski||19||MŠK Žilina|
|2021–22||Slovan Bratislava (12)||MFK Ružomberok||Spartak Trnava||Jakub Kadák||13||AS Trenčín|
Source for list of championship winners:
Teams in bold are currently in the Superliga.
|Club||Winners||Runners-up||Championship seasons||Runners-Up seasons|
| 1993–94, 1994–95, 1995–96, 1998–99, 2008–09, 2010–11,|
2012–13, 2013–14, 2018–19, 2019–20, 2020–21, 2021–22
|2000–01, 2009–10, 2015–16, 2016–17, 2017–18|
|2001–02, 2002–03, 2003–04, 2006–07, 2009–10, 2011–12, 2016–17||2004–05, 2007–08, 2008–09, 2014–15, 2019–20|
|1996–97, 1997–98||1994–95, 1995–96, 1999–00|
|2004–05, 2007–08||2002–03, 2005–06, 2006–07|
|1999–00, 2000–01||1993–94, 1998–99|
|2017–18||1996–97, 1997–98, 2011–12|
|Dukla Banská Bystrica|
|Slovan Bratislava (12), Inter Bratislava (2), Artmedia Petržalka (2)|
|MŠK Žilina (7)|
|VSS Košice (2)|
|AS Trenčín (2)|
|MFK Ružomberok (1)|
|Spartak Trnava (1)|
The All-time table is an overall record of all match results, points, and goals of every team that has played in Slovak Super Liga since its inception in 1993. The table as of the end of 2021–22 season. Teams in bold are part of the 2022–23 Fortuna liga.top-flight. There is no club that played all seasons in top-flight. The best clubs in that respect - MŠK Žilina and Spartak Trnava missed 1 season, Slovan Bratislava missed 2 seasons.
|7||DAC Dunajská Streda||19||602||206||150||246||720||860||(-140)||762 *|
|8||Dukla Banská Bystrica||19||616||197||169||250||725||786||(-61)||751|
|14||ViOn Zlaté Moravce||15||481||131||116||236||497||743||(-246)||517|
|25||FC Rimavská Sobota||4||126||35||29||62||129||193||(−64)||134|
|28||Tatran Liptovský Mikuláš||1||32||11||7||14||42||57||(-15)||40|
S = Number of seasons; P = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; F = Goals for; A = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points
a Spartak Myjava withdrew from the league on 21 December 2016, and their results from season 2016-17 were expunged.
League at 2022–23:
|2022–23 Slovak First Football League|
|2022–23 2. Liga (Slovakia)|
|2022–23 3. Liga (Slovakia)|
|4. Liga (Slovakia)|
|5. Liga (Slovakia)|
|Clubs that no longer exist|
The table is accurate as of the end of the 2015–16 season.
|1.||Juraj Halenár||Inter Bratislava (35), Artmedia (33), Slovan Bratislava (57)||125|
|2.||Róbert Semeník||Dukla B. Bystrica (72), 1.FC Košice (43), FC Nitra (5)||120|
|3.||Pavol Masaryk||Spartak Trnava (10), Slovan Bratislava (45), MFK Ružomberok (28), FK Senica (2), MFK Skalica (2)||87|
|4.||Marek Ujlaky||Spartak Trnava (79), Slovan Bratislava (2), FC Senec (3), ViOn Z. Moravce (2)||86|
|5.||Szilárd Németh||Slovan Bratislava (25), 1.FC Košice (21), Inter Bratislava (39)||85|
The following data indicates Slovak coefficient rankings between European football leagues.
Fortuna liga have produced numerous players who have gone on to represent the Slovak national football team. Over the last period there has been a steady increase of young players leaving Fortuna liga after a few years of first team football and moving on to play football in leagues of a higher standard.
|1.||Szilárd Németh||Inter Bratislava||Middlesbrough F.C.||€6.75 million*||2001|
|2.||Andraž Šporar||Slovan Bratislava||Sporting CP||€6 million||2020|
|3.||László Bénes||MŠK Žilina||Mönchengladbach||€5.5 million*||2016|
|4.||Róbert Boženík||MŠK Žilina||Feyenoord||€4.6 million*||2020|
|5.||Dávid Hancko||MŠK Žilina||Fiorentina||€4.5 million*||2018|
|6.||Peter Dubovský||Slovan Bratislava||Real Madrid||€4.3 million* (110 mil. SKK)||1993|
|7.||Wesley||AS Trenčín||Club Brugge||€4.2 million*||2016|
|8.||Tomáš Hubočan||MŠK Žilina||Zenit Saint Petersburg||€3.8 million||2008|
|9.||Matúš Bero||AS Trenčín||Trabzonspor||€3.5 million*||2016|
|10.||Dominik Greif||Slovan Bratislava||RCD Mallorca||€2.5 million*||2021|
|David Strelec||Slovan Bratislava||Spezia Calcio||€2.5 million||2021|
|11.||Miroslav Karhan||Spartak Trnava||Real Betis||€2.3 million||1999|
|12.||Vladimír Kinder||Slovan Bratislava||Middlesbrough||€2.2 million (64 mil. SKK)||1996|
|Vakoun Issouf Bayo||DAC Dunajská Streda||Celtic||€2.2 million*||2019|
|13.||Hilary Gong||AS Trenčín||Vitesse||€2.0 million||2018|
|Jakub Kiwior||MŠK Žilina||Spezia||€2.0 million*||2021|
|14.||Eric Ramírez||DAC Dunajská Streda||FC Dynamo Kyiv||€1.8 million||2021|
|15.||Nemanja Matić||MFK Košice||Chelsea||€1.75 million||2009|
|1.||Rabiu Ibrahim||Gent||Slovan Bratislava||€1.0 million||2017|
|2.||Dávid Holman||Debrecen||Slovan Bratislava||€0.7 million||2017|
|Lester Peltier||AS Trenčín||Slovan Bratislava||€0.7 million||2012|
|Marek Špilár||Tatran Prešov||1.FC Košice||€0.7 million (20mil SKK)*||1997|
|András Telek||Ferencváros||1.FC Košice||€0.7 million (20mil SKK)*||1997|
|3.||Kenan Bajrić||Olimpija Ljubljana||Slovan Bratislava||€0.6 million||2018|
|Andraž Šporar||Basel||Slovan Bratislava||€0.6 million||2018|
|Samuel Štefánik||NEC Nijmegen||Slovan Bratislava||€0.6 million||2014|
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The current officially sanctioned Fortuna liga stars are:
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