Premier League Malaysia Seasons - Season 2005

Season 2005

The Premier League Malaysia champions for 2005 were Selangor FA. They were promoted to Super League Malaysia 2005-06 along with runners-up Negeri Sembilan FA.

Group A

Pos
Teams
Pld
W
D
L
F
A
GD
Pts
1
Selangor FA
21
16
3
2
61
25
+36
51
2
Kedah FA
21
13
7
1
44
11
+33
46
3
MK Land FC
21
14
4
3
61
29
+32
46
4
Kuala Lumpur FA
21
8
7
6
34
30
+4
31
5
Brunei
21
6
3
12
29
43
-14
21
6
Suria Nibong Tebal FC
21
4
5
12
27
51
-24
17
7
TNB FC
21
4
2
15
28
62
-34
14
8
Malacca FA
21
3
1
17
17
50
-33
10

Group B

Pos
Teams
Pld
W
D
L
F
A
GD
Pts
1
Negeri Sembilan FA
21
16
1
4
45
19
+26
49
2
Terengganu FA
21
13
4
4
34
18
+16
43
3
PKNS FC
21
13
2
6
46
25
+21
41
4
Johor FC
21
10
6
5
27
16
+11
36
5
Jenderata FC
21
7
5
9
20
32
-12
26
6
Johor FA
21
6
2
13
18
29
-11
20
7
Sarawak FA
21
3
5
13
23
38
-15
14
8
PDRM FA
21
2
3
16
15
51
-36
9

Key to colours in league table
Champion and promoted to Super League Malaysia
Relegated to Malaysia FAM Cup

Note:

  • Due to exclusion of Public Bank FC (Selangor) (relegated from Super League Malaysia) and MK Land FC (Selangor), who were suspended for 5 years from all competitions due to pulling out of the M-League, the relegations of Malacca FA and PDRM FA were revoked and both teams remained in the Premier League Malaysia for 2005/2006 season.
  • For the 2005/2006 season, the Football Association of Brunei entered a club team, DPMM FC (Duli Pengiran Muda Mahkota FC), rather than the Brunei M-League Team (as until now).

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