Premiership

Premiership (the state of being the Premier(s)) may refer to:

  • The post of Prime Minister or Premier, who is the head of government in many parliamentary systems
  • Premier League, England's highest-level football league competition
  • Scottish Premier League, Scotland's highest level football league competition
  • Welsh Premier League, Wales' highest level football league competition
  • IFA Premiership, the highest-level football league competition in Northern Ireland
  • Aviva Premiership, England's highest-level rugby union competition
  • NRL Premiership, Australasia's highest level rugby league competition
  • AFL Grand Final, in Australian rules football a title won during a particular year
  • The Rugby League Premiership, a title that was available to English rugby league clubs from 1974 to 1997
  • Welsh Premier Division, known for sponsorship reasons as the Principality Premiership, Wales' highest-level domestic rugby union league competition (but secondary to the multinational Celtic League)
  • Premier Soccer Saturday, RTÉ
  • The ITM Premiership, the top-tier competition within the ITM Cup in New Zealand rugby union
  • The Premiership, ITV's flagship football programme from 2001-2004
  • Media coverage of the English Premiership

Other articles related to "premiership":

Banharn Silpa-archa - Premiership
... During a state visit by Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom in October 1996 he mistakenly referred to her as "Queen Elizabeth Taylor", receiving many ridicules and criticisms as a result. ...
Peter Keenan
... in six seasons he signed for North Melbourne, a club who had just won the premiership ... He was North Melbourne's first ruckman in their 1977 premiership team but was unable to play in another grand final the following season as he had been suspended he is depicted being reported ... team, Melbourne, who had also acquired his premiership coach, Ron Barassi ...
Alastair Clarkson - Coaching Career
... Werribee in the VFL, followed by roles at St Kilda and Central District where he was a Premiership coach in 2001 ... Hawks continued to improve in 2007, winning 13 games and finishing fifth on the Premiership table ... the Hawks to second place on the home-and-away ladder, before guiding the team to the premiership with a Grand Final victory against Geelong, a team which had ...
Geoff Miles
... began playing for Claremont and was a member of their 1991 premiership team. 1991 AFL Draft, thus missing out on West Coast's premiership years ... The following year 1993, Miles won a premiership with local BFL side Barwon Heads, he became president of the club and was so until 2006 ...
List Of Adelaide Football Club Players - Adelaide Players
... Hart 38. 1991–1992 1991 Eddie Hocking 1991 ... Rod Jameson 113. 1991–1999 Premiership (1997) 1991 Andrew Jarman 92. 1991–1996 1991 John Klug 34. 1991–1992 1991 Scott Lee 18. 1991–1995 ...