Name changes 1970-72 Between the 1969/70 and 1972/73 seasons, during which period no league or cup tournaments were held, many clubs changed name following a national sports reform Aleppo Al-Ahly were renamed Al-Ittihad Al-Arabi were renamed Al-Horriya Al-Soori were renamed Al-Yarmouk Damascus Al-Ahly were renamed Al-Majd Qasioun SC were renamed Al-Wahda Barada SC were dissolved Deir ez-Zor Ghazy SC were renamed Al-Foutoua Hama Omayya SC were renamed Al-Taliya Al-Jamahir were renamed Al-Nawair Hasaka Al-Hasaka were renamed Al-Jazeera Homs Al-Fidaa were renamed Al-Wathba Al-Wahda were renamed Al-Karama Latakia Al-Jalaa were renamed Al-Qadisiya Al-Sahel were renamed Hottin Qamishli Al-Shabiba were renamed Al-Jihad In addition, starting from the 1972/73 season the army side (Al-Jaish) and the police teams (Al-Shorta) enter the league
list of champions
list of cup winners
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