|Founded||2000 (as the Primeira Divsão)|
|First season||2000-01 Primeira Divsão|
|Confederation||Dreamplanetian Football Association|
|Number of teams||18|
|Level on pyramid||1|
|Domestic cup(s)||Taça Dreamplanet|
|International cup(s)||Campionato Esportivano di Campeones|
|Current champions||FC Libon |
(2005-06 Liga Dreamplanet)
|Most championships||Sporting CD|
Coerefente (2 titles each)
|2006-07 Liga Dreamplanet|
The Liga Dreamplanet (originally called Primeira Divsão) is the top professional association football division of Dreamplanetian Football. As of the 2003–04 season, the Liga Dreamplanet is contested by 18 teams, with no promotion or relegation.
Founded in 2000 as the Primeira Divsão, it was meant to unify the best teams of each regional FA into one big league, the biggest teams in Dreamplanet quickly became Sporting CD and FC Libon, both regional rivals, the only team that has won the league apart from those two is Coerefente, who had a shock win in 2003-04, the Liga Dreamplanet was later incorporated into the region of Esportiva, making 2004-05 the first season that the top 2 teams would go to the Campionato Esportivano di Campeones, instead of only the champion going to the Champions' Cup.
Before 2000, Dreamplanetian football did exist, however it was split up into regional FAs from 1988 to 2000. The most competitive FA was seemingly the Libon FA, having the rivalry of FC Libon and Sporting CD and also other competitive teams like Libon United in the mix, however in other leagues, specially the former Island League, clubs like Real Island CD were raising eyebrows, so after 12 years playing in regional competitions and the Taça Dreamplanet, the League was made.
|Adina CF||Adina||Miguel Lamy||Antonio Luis|
|Ashter Atletico||Ashter||José Figueiredo||Nelson de Carvalho|
|Aurora FC||Aurora||Daniel Alves||Zé Teixeira|
|Barta||Barta||Geraldo Pinto||Reynaldo Valente|
|CF Belrem||Belrem||Patrícia Almeida||Cândido Correia|
|Coerefente||Coerefente||Altair Costa||Miguel Benedito|
|Desportivo Oriental||Linderton||Benedito Silveira||Carlos Jesus|
|FC Libon||Libon||João Pedro||Aaron Hungar|
|Libon United||Libon||Oscar Pacheco||Xavier Silva|
|Linderton FC||Linderton||Valter de Sá||Kevin Matos|
|Matigenses FC||Matigenses||Marcos Vila||José Neves|
|Marriot SC||Aurora||Diogo Vidal||Roberto Araújo|
|Mortinenses||Mortimão||António Macedo||Ian Carriço|
|Real Island CD||Ilha dos Navegadores||Cândido Varela||Luis da Costa|
|SC Navegadores||Ilha dos Navegadores||Valter de Sá||Kevin Matos|
|Sporting CD||Libon||Carlos Resende||Luis Silva|
|Staritan CF||Staritan||Paulo Luz||Tozé Medeiros|
|União da Ilha||Ilha dos Navegadores||Octávio Lopes||Carlos Resendes|
Performance by club
- Main article: List of Dreamplanetian football champions
All Liga Dreamplanet champions have come from either Libon or Coerefente.
|Club||Winners||Runner-ups||Winning Years and 2nd Place Years|
|Sporting CD||2||2001, 2002, 2003, 2006|
|FC Libon||2||2001, 2003, 2004, 2006|
|Real Island CD||–||2005|
- The most points in one season was scored by Sporting CD, getting 101 points by the end of the inaugural 2000-01 season.
- In that same season, Sporting CD scored 156 goals, the most ever scored, with Luis Silva scoring 89 in one season.
- Linderton FC scored the fewest points, with 21 points in the 2001-02 season.
- The fewest title winning points was scored in 2001-02 by Sporting CD as they won their second ever title with only 70 points.
- Sporting CD also set the least losses record that same season, with only 4 losses to their name.