Togolese Championnat National

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Championnat National de Premiere Division
Current season:
Soccerball current event.svg 2023–24 Togolese Championnat National
Confederation Confederation of African Football
Number of teams12
Level on pyramid1
Domestic cup(s) Coupe du Togo
International cup(s) Champions League
Confederation Cup
Current champions ASKO Kara
Most championships AC Semassi (10)

The Championnat National de Premiere Division is a football league featuring clubs from Togo, and is the primary competition of Togolese football. Founded in 1961, it is administered by the Togolese Football Federation.


2021−22 clubs

Group A

Group B

Previous winners

Champions were: [1]

Performance by club

AC Semassi 10
ASKO Kara 8
Étoile Filante 7
Dynamic Togolais 6
Modèle Lomé 4
Lomé 13
OC Agaza 2
AS Douanes 2
Maranatha 2
Doumbé 1
Ifodje 1
Anges 1
AS Togo-Port 1
US Koroki 1
ASC Kara 1

Top goalscorers

YearBest scorersTeamGoals
2000 Flag of Togo.svg Mohamed Dini Agaza8
2004–05 Flag of Togo.svg Koumaï Madjabaou Douanes
2006–07 Mawuli Houedakor Togo Telecom
2011-12 Flag of Togo.svg Euloge Placca Fessou Agaza19
2012–13 Flag of Togo.svg Saibou Badarou Douanes14
2016-17 Flag of Togo.svg Ashraf AgoroUnispor13

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  1. "Togo - List of Champions". RSSSF . Retrieved 4 October 2011.