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EURO 2016: table and fixtures


# Team GP Pts W D L Progress GF GA
1 Johor DT 22 58 18 4 0 56 14
2 Felda Utd. 22 43 13 4 5 47 27
3 Kedah 22 40 11 7 4 30 26
4 Kelantan 22 29 7 8 7 37 33
5 Selangor 22 28 7 7 8 28 27
6 Perak 22 28 7 7 8 29 30
7 T-Team 22 27 7 6 9 30 34
8 Sarawak FA 22 24 6 6 10 32 40
9 Penang 22 22 5 7 10 32 37
10 PDRM FA 22 21 5 6 11 21 32
11 Pahang 22 21 5 6 11 22 41
12 Terengganu 22 19 5 4 13 21 44

Malaysia Super League (Malay: Liga Super Malaysia) most of the times referred as the Malaysian Super League is a professional football league and current top-tier league in Malaysian football league system. It operates on a system of promotion and relegation with the Malaysia Premier League. It is also the football league with the highest average stadium attendance in South East Asia.

Malaysia Super League is contested by 12 clubs. Seasons run from February to October. The season starts in early February and lasts until late October, with a Ramadan break for a month. Teams play 22 matches each (playing each team in the league twice, home and away), totalling 132 matches in the season. Most games are played on Saturdays, with a few games played during weekdays.

The competition was formed in 2004 following the decision by the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) to privatise the league. As a result, MSL Sendirian Berhad (or MSL Proprietary Limited) was created to oversee the marketing aspects of the league., but it was not fully privatised. In 2015, Football Malaysia Limited Liability Partnership (FMLLP) was created in the course of privatisation of the Malaysian football league system. The partnership saw all 24 teams of Malaysia Super League and Malaysia Premier League including FAM as the Managing Partner and MP & Silva as a special partner (FAM's global media and commercial advisor) to become stakeholders in the company. FMLLP owns, operates and runs five entities in Malaysian football under its jurisdiction, which include Malaysia Super League, the Malaysia Premier League, the Malaysia FA Cup, the Malaysia Cup and the Charity Shield. It aims to transform and move Malaysian football forward.

The league still retain its name for 2016 season as Liga Super Malaysia without title sponsorship.

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