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|Country||Kingdom of Yugoslavia, SR Slovenia|
|Level on pyramid||1|
|Promotion to||Yugoslav Second League|
|Relegation to||Slovenian Zonal League East/West|
|Most championships||Ilirija (12 titles)|
The Slovenian Republic Football League (Slovene : Slovenska republiška nogometna liga) was the highest football league in Slovenia within the Yugoslav football system. During the time of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia it was known as the First League of the Ljubljana Subassociation and it was one of the qualifying tournaments for the Yugoslav Championship. During the time of SFR Yugoslavia, it was third level league for most of the time, but became fourth level in 1988. Before that, the winner was promoted to Yugoslav Second League, after that it was promoted to the Yugoslav Inter-Republic League. After the independence in 1991 it transformed to national first league,
In Kingdom of Yugoslavia
It was known as the First League of the Ljubljana Subassociation.
|1930–31||I. SSK Maribor|
|1932–33||I. SSK Maribor|
|1938–39||I. SSK Maribor|
In SFR Yugoslavia
|Season||Champions||Notes – Clubs playing at a higher level|
|1946–47||Enotnost||Nafta Lendava (I)|
|1947–48||Garnizija JLA Ljubljana||Enotnost (II)|
|1948–49||Železničar Ljubljana||Odred (II)|
|1950||Korotan Kranj||Odred (II), Rudar Trbovlje, Železničar Ljubljana (III)|
|1951||Korotan Kranj||Odred, Rudar Trbovlje (II)|
|1952–53||West: Korotan Kranj |
East: Kladivar Celje
|Odred, Branik Maribor, Železničar Ljubljana, Rudar Trbovlje (IR-II)|
|1953–54||West: Piran |
East: Železničar Maribor
|Odred (I), Branik Maribor(II), Ljubljana, Kladivar Celje, Korotan Kranj, Izola (IR-III)|
|1954–55||West: Železničar Gorica |
East: Rudar Trbovlje
|Odred (II), Ljubljana, Branik Maribor, ŽŠD Maribor, Kladivar Celje (IR-III)|
|1955–56||zonal system||Odred, Ljubljana, Branik Maribor, Nova Gorica (II)|
|1956–57||zonal system||Ljubljana, Odred (II)|
|1957–58||zonal system||Odred, Branik Maribor, Ljubljana (II)|
|1958–59||Branik Maribor||Odred (II)|
|1959–60||Branik Maribor||Odred (II)|
|1962–63||Ljubljana||Maribor, Olimpija (II)|
|1963–64||Kladivar Celje||Maribor, Olimpija (II)|
|1964–65||Slovan||Olimpija, Maribor, Kladivar Celje (II)|
|1965–66||Aluminij||Olimpija (I), Maribor, Slovan (II)|
|1966–67||Ljubljana||Olimpija (I), Maribor, Aluminij (II)|
|1967–68||Ljubljana||Olimpija, Maribor (I), Aluminij (II)|
|1968–69||Železničar Maribor||Olimpija, Maribor (I), Ljubljana, Mura, Aluminij (II)|
|1969–70||Mura||Maribor, Olimpija (I), Železničar Maribor, Ljubljana (II)|
|1970–71||Mercator Ljubljana||Olimpija, Maribor (I), Ljubljana, Železničar Maribor, Mura (II)|
|1971–72||Rudar Trbovlje||Olimpija, Maribor (I), Mura, Mercator Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Železničar Maribor (II)|
|1972–73||Železničar Maribor||Olimpija (I), Maribor, Mura, Mercator Ljubljana, Rudar Trbovlje (II)|
|1973–74||Rudar Trbovlje||Olimpija (I), Maribor, Mura, Mercator Ljubljana (II)|
|1974–75||Mercator Ljubljana||Olimpija (I), Maribor, Rudar Trbovlje (II)|
|1975–76||Maribor||Olimpija (I), Mercator Ljubljana(II)|
|1976–77||Rudar Velenje||Olimpija Ljubljana (I), Maribor, Mercator Ljubljana (II)|
|1977–78||Mercator Ljubljana||Olimpija (I), Maribor, Rudar Velenje (II)|
|1978–79||Rudar Trbovlje||Olimpija (I), Maribor, Rudar Velenje, Mercator Ljubljana (II)|
|1979–80||Mercator Ljubljana||Olimpija (I), Maribor, Rudar Velenje, Rudar Trbovlje (II)|
|1980–81||Šmartno||Olimpija (I), Maribor, Svoboda, Rudar Velenje (II)|
|1981–82||Maribor||Olimpija (I), Rudar Velenje, Svoboda (II)|
|1982–83||Slovan||Olimpija (I), Maribor (II)|
|1983–84||Maribor||Olimpija (I), Slovan (II)|
|1984–85||Koper||Olimpija, Maribor (II)|
|1988–89||Ljubljana||Olimpija (II), Koper, Maribor, Slovan, Rudar Trbovlje (IR-III)|
|1989–90||Izola||Olimpija (I), Maribor, Koper, Ljubljana (IR-III)|
|1990–91||Rudar Velenje||Olimpija (I), Izola, Maribor, Koper (IR-III)|
|Ilirija||12||1920, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927, 1930, 1932, 1934, 1935|
|Maribor||5||1961, 1976, 1982, 1984, 1986|
|Železničar Ljubljana / Ljubljana||5||1949, 1963, 1967, 1968, 1989|
|Enotnost / Odred / Olimpija||4||1947, 1952, 1962, 1987|
|Mercator Ljubljana||4||1971, 1975, 1978, 1980|
|Železničar Maribor||4||1937, 1940, 1969, 1973|
|I. SSK Maribor||3||1931, 1933, 1939|
|Rudar Trbovlje||3||1972, 1974, 1979|
|Branik Maribor||2||1959, 1960|
|Korotan Kranj||2||1949, 1950|
|SK Ljubljana||2||1936, 1941|
|Rudar Velenje||2||1977, 1991|
|Garnizija JLA Ljubljana||1||1948|
|Club||Seasons||1. federal league||2. federal league||3. federal league||Inter-Republic|
|Enotnost / Odred / Olimpija||40||21||18||1|
|Železničar Ljubljana / Ljubljana||12||7||1||4|
|Mercator / Svoboda Ljubljana||8||8|
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