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The United Football League, commonly known as the UFL, is an association football league based in the National Capital Region of the Philippines, governed by the Football Alliance (FA) in partnership with United Football Clubs Association (UFCA). The UFL is the Philippines' primary football league. As of the 2016 season, it is contested by 12 clubs and operates without a system of promotion and relegation with UFL Division 2, which was discontinued. Games are often scheduled on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays. To avoid the country's rainy season, the league usually kicks off sometime between the months of January and February each year.
The league started as a semi-professional tournament in 2009. For its inaugural season, the first UFL Cup, sanctioned by both the Philippine Football Federation and National Capital Region Football Association, was held in 2009 to determine the clubs that would participate in the league. Since then, it has been described as a thriving football league, organized by former football players and aficionados. A total of 20 clubs have competed in the UFL since its founding. At present, it is organized by the Football Alliance, whose long-term goal is the continued development of football in the Philippines through a premier league.
Since the UFL first started, four clubs have been crowned league champions: Philippine Air Force (2), Global (2), Stallion (1), and Ceres (1). The current champions are Ceres, which won the title in the 2015 season.