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The most time Champions team in Mongolia is Tengeriin Bugnuud, from Bat-Ölzii.

You have more info on this team?

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Mar 7 13 7:16 PM

The Mongolian Football Federation wrote to me:
The list of Champions from your link is n correct one. I have just checked with MFF Technical Director who used to play during your mentioned period.And he confirmed that he never heard about such team. This team might be from Inner Mongolia from the name. I will send you a correct list of champions very soon

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Mar 22 13 6:30 PM

This is the official list of champions of the Mongolian Football Federation:

National Champions
1964 Khudulmur Niigemleg
1966 Darkhan
1968 Darkhan
1970 Aldar niigemleg
1972 Khudulmur Niigemleg
1974 Aldar niigemleg
1976 Aldar niigemleg
1978 Zamchin Niigemleg
1980 Aldar niigemleg
1983 Khudulmur Niigemleg
1985 Khuch Niigemleg
1987 Sukhbaatar District
1989 Khudulmur Niigemleg
1990 Sukhbaatar District
1991 Sor Team
1992 Students Team
1993 Udriin Od Team
1994 Erhim Team
1995 Students Team
2006 Khasiin Khuleguud
An Official National League
1996 Erchim
1997 Delger
1998 Erchim
1999 KHOTSH Bag
2000 Erchim
2001 Khangarid
2002 Erchim
2003 Khangarid
2004 Khangarid
2005 Khoromkhon
2007 Erchim
2008 Erchim
2009 University of Ulaanbaatar
2010 Khangarid
2011 FC Ulaanbaatar
2012 Erchim

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Mar 22 13 10:13 PM

Strange, on RSSSF, "Tengeriin Bugnuud" is the champion in all the years where there was no championship. Is it possible that "Tengeriin Bugnuud" means "not held" in Mongol?


EDIT: Apparently "Tengeriin" means heaven.

Last Edited By: TheRoonBa Mar 22 13 10:16 PM. Edited 1 time.

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Mar 23 13 10:25 AM

TheRoonBa wrote:
Strange, on RSSSF, "Tengeriin Bugnuud" is the champion in all the years where there was no championship. Is it possible that "Tengeriin Bugnuud" means "not held" in Mongol?

EDIT: Apparently "Tengeriin" means heaven.


For my contact in MFF, Tengeriin Buguud was a team of Inner Mongolia. 

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Mar 25 13 1:17 AM

I still think there's something strange. Why would the RSSSF page fill in the missing years with the Inner Mongolia champion team? Does anyone have any Inner Mongolia league tables?

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Mar 25 13 8:09 PM

TheRoonBa wrote:
I still think there's something strange. Why would the RSSSF page fill in the missing years with the Inner Mongolia champion team? Does anyone have any Inner Mongolia league tables?

For my is strange that all teams in Mongolia are from Ulaanbaatar and only this team is from a very small city, far to the capital and without particular characteristics (companies, sports group or other).
I search more info about the city of
Bat-Ölzii and I didn't find so much informations.
The only official information is the
response of MFF, I write also to Andre Zlotkowski but I don't receive response.
...mystery....
smiley: eyes

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Mar 26 13 3:00 PM

The explanation seems simple. The national championship was held only every two years.

Excerpt from "Asia-Oceania Soccer Yearbook 1986-87" (Paul Moon and Peter Burns):
"The biennial National Championship again proved the superiority of military sides with the capital city's police representative Dynamo Ulan Bator (or "Khuch" to give them their local name) always looking head and shoulders above the other competing teams in ability. Friendship Darkhan (representing a Soviet military base) and Labour Ulan Bator finished as runners up and third place getters respectively.
In the Ulan Bator City Championship, second only to the National Championship in importance, the Suhbaatar district selection were victorious.

and from "The Asia-Oceania Soccer Handbook" (1985)
"Until recently, Soviet troops were the sole participants in Mongolian domestic soccer, therefore little information on activity leaked out. Today native Mongolians are involved, but still few details escape the country.
It is known though that 72 teams contest the National Championship. Initially they are divided into 6 regional leagues, each containing 12 teams. The half-dozen league toppers then contest a two round playoff to determine the overall champions.
Mongolia's best performed clubs are Adlar, Khudulmur, Khorshoolol, Khuch, Kerulen, Orhon, Bugun, Hentiyn, and Haraa."

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Aug 31 13 12:36 PM

Erchim win 2013 championship.

Semifinal Championship:
FC Ulaanbaatar - Khangarid 1-2
Khangarid - FC Ulaanbaatar 3-2

Ulaanbaatar University - Erchim 0-2
Erchim - Ulaanbataar University 4-0

Final
Khangarid - Erchim 1-4

3rd Place Final
Fc Ulaanbaatar - Ulaanbaatar University 3-1

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Sep 3 13 9:15 AM

koba wrote:
Erchim win 2013 championship.
They are running also for the 2013 AFC President's Cup. They've the chance to become the first Mongolian club to win an international AFC competition.

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Sep 5 13 5:43 PM

Luca wrote:
koba wrote:
Erchim win 2013 championship.
They are running also for the 2013 AFC President's Cup. They've the chance to become the first Mongolian club to win an international AFC competition.

Erchim is the first Mongolian club to qualify in the second round in an international AFC competition.
I think that they can not win the competition, but this is in any case a historical result.



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Sep 12 15 2:29 PM

Chapter 1:
Chronology of football events in Mongolia.
Chapter 2: 
Initial period of football development in Mongolia /1930 – 1945/ 
Chapter 3:
Establishment of football organisations/1946 – 1958/ 
Chapter 4: 
Foundation of Mongolian Football Federation. Activities by MFF\1959 – 1980\
Chapter 5. 
Stagnation in activities of MFF\1981 – 1996\ 
Chapter 6: 
Revival of normal activities of MFF\1997-2009\.

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