2001–02 Belgian First Division

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

The 2001/02 season of the Jupiler League began on August 11, 2001 and ended on May 5, 2002. Racing Genk became champions.

[edit]

These teams were promoted from the second division at the start of the season:

Relegated teams[edit]

These teams were relegated to the second division at the end of the season:

Final league table[edit]

Pos Team Pld Won Drw Lst GF GA Pts GD Notes
1 Genk 34 20 12 2 85 43 72 +42 Qualified for 2002-03 UEFA Champions League.[1]
2 Club Brugge 34 22 4 8 74 41 70 +33
3 Anderlecht 34 18 12 4 71 37 66 +34 Qualified for 2002-03 UEFA Cup.
4 Gent 34 16 10 8 62 51 58 +11 Qualified for 2002 UEFA Intertoto Cup.
5 Standard Liège 34 15 12 7 57 38 57 +19
6 Mouscron 34 17 5 12 68 40 56 +28 Qualified for 2002-03 UEFA Cup.
7 Sporting Lokeren 34 15 10 9 43 33 55 +10 Qualified for 2002 UEFA Intertoto Cup.
8 Sint-Truiden 34 16 5 13 52 47 53 +5
9 Germinal Beerschot 34 11 16 7 68 51 49 +17
10 R.W.D. Molenbeek 34 13 5 16 50 59 44 -9 Relegated to Belgian Third Division. [2]
11 La Louvière 34 12 8 14 41 52 44 -11
12 Sporting Charleroi 34 11 6 17 40 63 39 -23
13 Lommel 34 10 9 15 54 66 39 -12
14 Westerlo 34 9 9 16 49 61 36 -12
15 Lierse 34 9 8 17 55 65 35 -10
16 Royal Antwerp 34 7 10 17 47 67 31 -20
17 Eendracht Aalst 34 4 9 21 32 73 21 -41 Relegated to Belgian Third Division. [3]
18 Beveren 34 2 8 24 30 91 14 -61

[1] Club Brugge competed in the UEFA Cup third round after finishing third in their Champions League group.

[2] R.W.D. Molenbeek were relegated to the Third Division as they were refused a Belgian professional licence.

[3] Eendracht Aalst were relegated to the Third Division as they were refused a Belgian professional licence.

Top goal scorers[edit]

Scorer Goals Team
Belgium Wesley Sonck 30 Genk
Sierra Leone Paul Kpaka 25 Germinal Beerschot
Burkina Faso Moumouni Dagano 21 Genk
Norway Rune Lange 19 Club Brugge
Greece Alexandros Kaklamanos 17 Gent
Belgium Patrick Goots 16 Royal Antwerp
Peru Andrés Mendoza 15 Club Brugge
Poland Marcin Żewłakow 15 Mouscron

See also[edit]

References[edit]