Liga Portuguesa dos Clubes de Futebol Profissional is founded. The Statutes of Liga Portugal are officially established in the "5º Cartório Notarial do Porto", with the representatives of Futebol Clube do Porto, Clube Oriental de Lisboa, Varzim Sport Clube, Boavista Futebol Clube, Grupo Desportivo de Riopele, Vitória Sport Clube (Guimarães), Sport Clube Beira-Mar, Sporting Clube de Braga, Leixões Sport Clube, Sporting Clube de Espinho, Gil Vicente Futebol Clube, Clube Académico de Coimbra e um representante nomeado por Atlético Clube de Portugal, Vitória Futebol Clube (Setúbal), Juventude Sport Clube, Sporting Clube de Portugal and Grupo Desportivo Estoril Praia. João Aranha takes the leadership of Liga Portuguesa dos Clubes de Futebol Profissional.
Publication of the Bulletin of the Ministry of Labour (1st series, n. 2) within the statutes of Liga Portuguesa dos Clubes de Futebol Profissional. The Article n. 5 of the Statutes indicates that "Liga must promote the fulfillment of the shared interests of its clubs and defend them". Liga Portugal has temporary headquarters at Avenida da Boavista, nº 1083, in Porto.
Lito Gomes de Almeida becomes Director of Liga Portugal.
Liga changes six articles of its statutes. Article n. 33 determines that the Executive members must be the ones electing the President.
Reunion of the executive bodies of Associação Nacional dos Clubes de Futebol Profissional da Primeira Divisão and onfederação Portuguesa dos Clubes de Futebol, at Palace Hotel do Buçaco. At the end of the meeting, a release stated that both organizations ratified the "willingness of creating a single association". November - Start of the revitalization of Liga de Clubes.
First meeting of the Organizing Body of Liga Portuguesa dos Clubes de Futebol Profissional, in Porto. It was declared "unanimously and without amendments" the election of Valentim Loureiro as the new president. The new president authorized "a rental of a building to establish the new Head Office".
Liga Portuguesa dos Clubes de Futebol changes its naming to Liga Portuguesa de Futebol Profissional, with a new regulation of its Statutes in the Bulletin of the Ministry of Labour. Article n. 5 of the Statutes designates that "Liga must promote the fulfillment and defense of the shared interests of its clubs and the management of all subjects inherent to the organization and workability of professional football".
Valentim Loureiro is elected the new president of Liga Portuguesa de Futebol Profissional. Liga has its headquarters in Rua da Alegria, nº 894, in Porto.
In the General Assembly of the League, president Valentim Loureiro resigns due to the lack of support from the clubs regarding tax payment. October 28 - In a reunion of the Organizing Body, Manuel Damásio is named president until new elections.
July 10 – Jorge Nuno Pinto da Costa is elected president of Liga Portuguesa de Futebol Profissional. August - Start of the Campeonatos Nacionais da I Divisão and Divisão de Honra, which were organized for the first time by Organismo Autónomo and Liga. November 7 - Celebration of the "Day of Professional Football", held by Liga, with a match at Estádio da Luz that opposed Portuguese and foreign players performing in the Portuguese league.
Election of Valentim Loureiro as president of Liga Portuguesa de Futebol Profissional.
Liga's Staff Regulation. In Article n. 1, Liga defines itself as "an association governed by private law". In Article n. 5, Liga presents four "main objectives": To execute the competitions as an autonomous body of the Portuguese Football Federation. Promotion and defense of the shared interests of its clubs and the management of all subjects inherent to the organization and workability of professional football and its competitions". Commercial exploitation of its competitions. Under Article n. 6, point (a), Liga has the responsibility of "fostering the practice of football and listen to all the problems it may concern".
July 24 - Election of Valentim Loureiro as the new president of Liga Portuguesa de Futebol Professional. August 23 - Election of the Liga's Executive Committee that would lead to the building of new headquarters, under representation of Porto's City Hall and State contribution.
Inauguration of the new headquarters of Liga, at Rua da Constituição, n.º 2555, in Porto.
Liga becomes one of the organizations to subscribe the Sporting Ethics Commitment for Portuguese sports.
Valentim Loureiro takes office as the president of Liga Portuguesa de Futebol Profissional for the first time in the new headquarters.
Election of Hermínio Loureiro as the new president of Liga Portuguesa de Futebol Profissional.
First edition of the League's Cup (Carlsberg Cup), the third competition on the Portuguese professional football. The promotion of the young Portuguese talent was outlined as the main factor for the creation of a competition only played by professional teams.
Final of the first edition of the League's Cup (Carlsberg Cup). A new competition that showed all the fans 39 more matches between professional teams.
Election of Fernando Gomes da Silva as the new president of Liga Portuguesa de Futebol Profissional.
Election of Mário Figueiredo as the new president of Liga Portuguesa de Futebol Profissional.
Election of Luís Duque as the new president of Liga Portuguesa de Futebol Profissional.
Pedro Proença takes office as president of Liga Portuguesa de Futebol Profissional.
January 29 - Tenth final of Taça CTT (League Cup), under the new format of Final Four. May 20 - End of season 2016-17, which set a new record of spectators in the stadiums, within the competitions organized by Liga Portugal, surpassing 4,35 million people on the stands.
January 23 to 27
Final Four of Taça CTT in Braga. They were held several events regarding the official program, such as the Second Fan Race or the Legends' Match. For Liga Portugal, football takes up the role of "sports-spectacle".
Pedro Proença is reelected as President of Liga Portugal for four more years.