Kabul Premier League
The Premier League was Afghanistan from 1946 to 1955 and from 1995 to 2012, the top division in Afghanistan's football. The Premier League was a pure amateur league.
All matches were played at the Ghazi Stadium because no other usable stadium was available and also only participated teams from Kabul.
From 1946 to 1955 there was already a Afghan Premier League. The only winners in this period was the Ariana Kabul FC, which was ten times in a row afghan champion. From 1956 to 1994 there was no Afghan league.
In 1995 there was the "comeback", and the champion this season was Karlappan. Other masterpieces to 2012 were Maiwand Kabul, Red Crescent Society, Ordu Kabul FC and Kabul Bank FC. By July 9, 2012, the successor to the League, founded Afghan Premier League, was. The Afghanistan Premier League continued as a league for clubs only from Kabul Kabul Premier League.