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Kyrgyzstan League Women Countries Kyrgyzstan Confederation AFC Founded 2005 Number of teams 7 Levels on pyramid 1 Relegation to no relegation Current champions SDYUSHORSI "azalea" (2010) Website FFKR Kyrgyzstan League Women 2011 Kyrgyzstan League Women is top division of the women's football in Kyrgyzstan. The league is organized by the Football Federation of Kyrgyz Republic and was established in 2005. As of late 2009 only 6 senior women's football teams existed in Kyrgyzstan, [1] meaning there is no second level league. Contents 1 Teams 2 Format 3 Champions 4 External links 5 References Teams The 2010 season was played by the following 7 teams:[2] "Abdysh-Ata" (Kant) "Abdysh-Ata-2" (Karakol) "Zhyluuluk" (Jalal-Abad) "Yuzhanka (Osh) "SDYUSHORSI" azalea "(Bishkek) "Number Bermet" (Karakol) Chui (Chui oblast) Format The league features six or seven teams per year that play a double round-robin to decide the champion. Champions The champions so far are:[3][4] 2005: El'dorado Altyn-Olko Bishkek 2006: El'dorado Altyn-Olko Bishkek 2007: 2008: 2009: 2010: SDYUSHORSI "Azalea" Bishkek)[5] 2011: External links (Russian) Official website of the KFKR References ^ "Goal Project Report". FIFA. 3 November 2009. Retrieved 9 April 2011.  ^ Annoncement for last day of 2010 season ^; Kyrgyzstan (Women) 2005 ^; Kyrgyzstan (Women) 2006 ^ 2010 championship results v · d · eFootball in Kyrgyzstan Football Federation of Kyrgyz Republic National teams Men's · Women's · Futsal (Men's) · U-23 · U-20 · U-17 League competitions Kyrgyzstan League , Kyrgyzstan League Second Level , Kyrgyzstan Futsal League , Kyrgyzstan League Women Domestic Cups Kyrgyzstan Cup , Kyrgyzstan Super Cup , Ala-Too Cup Kyrgyzstan football records v · d · eTop level women's football leagues of Asia (AFC) Australia · China · Chinese Taipei · India · Indonesia · Japan · Korea Republic · Kyrgyzstan · Uzbekistan · Vietnam This article related to sport in Kyrgyzstan is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This article about an Asian Football Confederation association football competition is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e