1) N-COUNT: usu supp N A championship is a competition to find the best player or team in a particular sport.

...the world chess championship.

2) N-SING: the N The championship refers to the title or status of being a sports champion.

He went on to take the championship...

This season I expect us to retain the championship and win the European Cup.

English dictionary. 2008.

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