|Petrolero de Yacuiba||3||3||0||0||9||2||+7 2|
|Universitario Beni||3||0||0||3||2||9||-7 2|
|2||The Strongest||22||38||11||5||6||36||24||+12 2|
|3||U. Sucre||22||36||9||9||4||38||26||+12 2|
|4||Nacional Potosi||22||34||10||4||8||38||32||+6 2|
|5||Oriente Petrolero||22||34||9||7||6||29||23||+6 2|
|6||Petrolero de Yacuiba||22||32||9||5||8||33||31||+2 2|
|8||San Jose||22||25||6||7||9||30||34||-4 2|
|9||Sport Boys||22||25||5||10||7||20||27||-7 1|
|10||Real Potosi||22||24||7||3||12||31||41||-10 1|
|1||Sport Boys||22||45||14||3||5||36||17||+19 3|
|4||U. Sucre||22||36||10||6||6||44||43||+1 2|
|5||Oriente Petrolero||22||34||9||7||6||32||30||+2 1|
|9||San Jose||22||24||6||6||10||31||37||-6 2|
|10||Nacional Potosi||22||21||5||6||11||38||48||-10 3|
|11||Petrolero de Yacuiba||22||19||5||4||13||20||35||-15 1|
Liga de Fútbol Profesional Boliviano (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈliɣa ðe ˈfutβol pɾofesjoˈnal βoliˈβjano]; English: Bolivian Professional Football League) is the top-flight professional football (soccer) league in Bolivia. It started in 1977, though football had been played in Bolivia since the early 1900s, specifically in La Paz and Oruro.
An amateur league (which became semi-pro in 1950) started in La Paz in 1914, the LPFA (La Paz Football Association, which is currently called the Asociacion de Futbol de La Paz), the first association of soccer in Bolivia. The LPFA was considered for many years the top soccer tournament in the country.
Founded in 1925, the Federación Boliviana de Fútbol didn't organize a national championship until 1958. These championships included representatives of all regional associations, although the LPFA had also included representatives of Oruro and Cochabamba in its championships. Despite this cup being considered the top Bolivian football championship, the LPFA league was still considered the most competitive one.
The creation of the Liga de Fútbol Profesional Boliviano ended the distinction. It also resulted in the creation of three separate entities: the FBF's role was restricted to the international representation of Bolivia in the sport, the newly created LPFB became the organizer of the sole 1st Division tournament, and the LPFA, together with the rest of the regional associations, became the organizer of the Second (and lower) division regionalized tournaments.It's the first and currently the only professional sports league in the country.
Since 1975, a total of 11 clubs have been crowned champions of the Bolivian football league system. Of the 35 clubs to have competed since the inception of the La Liga in 1977, ten have won the title: Bolivar (20 titles), The Strongest (10), Jorge Wilstermann (5), Blooming (5), Oriente Petrolero (4), San José (2), Universitario (2), Real Potosí (1), Aurora (1), Sport Boys (1). The current champions are Sport Boys, who won the title in the 2015-16 season (Torneo Apertura).