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The Paraguayan Metropolitan Basketball League is the most important basketball league from Paraguay. As of 2006, 11 teams are participating in the league. The yearly winners of this league are considered the Paraguayan basketball champions despite the fact that only teams from Asunción compete (teams from other departments compete in the National League). Because of this, the champion gets the right to play in the South American Club Championship.

List of Champions[]

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  • 1937 Olimpia
  • 1938 Club Guaraní
  • 1939 Rowing Club
  • 1940 Club Guaraní
  • 1941 Rowing Club
  • 1942 Olimpia
  • 1943 Olimpia (undefeated)
  • 1944 Olimpia
  • 1945 Rowing Club
  • 1946 Olimpia
  • 1947 Olimpia
  • 1948 Olimpia
  • 1949 Olimpia
  • 1950 Olimpia
  • 1951 Olimpia (undefeated)
  • 1952 Olimpia (undefeated)
  • 1953 Olimpia (undefeated)
  • 1954 Olimpia
  • 1955 Olimpia
  • 1956 Olimpia
  • 1957 Olimpia
  • 1958 Libertad
  • 1959 Olimpia
  • 1960 Olimpia
  • 1961 Club Nacional
  • 1962 Cerro Porteño
  • 1963 Ciudad Nueva
  • 1964 Ciudad Nueva
  • 1965 Ciudad Nueva
  • 1966 Olimpia
  • 1967 Ciudad Nueva
  • 1968 Ciudad Nueva
  • 1969 Ciudad Nueva
  • 1970 Olimpia
  • 1971 Olimpia
  • 1972 Libertad
  • 1973 Olimpia
  • 1974 Ciudad Nueva and Libertad
  • 1975 Ciudad Nueva
  • 1976 Olimpia
  • 1977 Libertad
  • 1978 Olimpia
  • 1979 Libertad
  • 1980 Olimpia
  • 1981 Olimpia
  • 1982 Sol de América
  • 1983 Sol de América
  • 1984 Sol de América
  • 1985 Ciudad Nueva
  • 1986 Libertad
  • 1987 Libertad
  • 1988 Olimpia
  • 1989 Rowing Club
  • 1990 Libertad
  • 1991 Deportivo San José
  • 1992 Olimpia
  • 1993 Deportivo San José
  • 1994 Olimpia
  • 1995 Sol de América
  • 1996 Sol de América
  • 1997 Deportivo San José
  • 1998 Sol de América
  • 1999 Sol de América
  • 2000 Deportivo San José
  • 2001 Deportivo San José
  • 2002 Deportivo San José
  • 2003 Deportivo San José
  • 2004 Deportivo San José
  • 2005 Libertad
  • 2006 Deportivo San José
  • 2007 Sol de América
  • 2008 Libertad[2]
  • 2009 Libertad

Titles by team[]

  • Olimpia 29 titles
  • Libertad 10 titles
  • Ciudad Nueva 9 titles
  • Deportivo San José 9 titles
  • Sol de América 8 titles
  • Rowing Club 4 titles
  • Club Guaraní 2 titles
  • Cerro Porteño 1 title
  • Club Nacional 1 title

See also[]

  • Paraguayan Basketball Federation

References[]

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