2008–09 West Bank Premier League

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West Bank Premier League
Season 2008–09
Champions Wadi Al-Neis
Relegated Al-Arabi
Ittihad Nablus

The West Bank Premier League 2008–09 season was won by Wadi Al-Nes while Al-Arabi and Ittihad Nablus were relegated. The top ten teams qualified for Division A, while the next ten teams qualified for Division B.

After the regular season a tie on points for 10th place was decided in a one leg play-off. Shabab Al-Khalil won the match against Markaz Askar by 2-1.[1]

Final league table[edit]

Position Club Played Wins Draws Losses Goals For Goals Against Points Goal Difference Qualification/Relegation
1 Wadi Al-Neis 21 15 4 2 46 10 49 +36 Division A
2 Markaz Shabab Al-Am'ari 21 15 3 3 49 14 48 +35
3 Jabal Al Mukaber 21 12 6 3 56 20 42 +36
4 Markaz Tulkarem 21 12 6 3 48 23 42 +25
5 Al-Birah 21 12 2 7 44 22 38 +22
6 Al-Dhahriah 21 10 6 5 33 20 36 +13
7 Al-Khedher 21 11 3 7 29 26 36 +3
8 Thaqafi Tulkarem 21 10 5 6 38 29 35 +9
9 Hilal Al-Quds (Jerusalem) 21 9 7 5 36 21 34 +15
10 Shabab Al-Khaleel 21 9 5 7 26 21 32 +5
11 Markaz Askar 21 9 5 7 32 26 32 +6 Division B
12 Hilal Areeha 21 8 4 9 40 34 28 +6
13 Markaz Balata 21 7 7 7 21 19 28 +2
14 Ahli Al-Khaleel 21 7 7 7 27 35 28 -5
15 Shabab Yatta 21 7 4 10 32 35 25 -3
16 Silwan 21 6 4 11 30 28 22 +2
17 Islamy Bethlehem 21 6 4 11 21 43 22 -22
18 Abu Dees 21 5 4 12 25 49 19 -24
19 Sur Baher 21 4 6 11 18 43 18 -25
20 Jenin sport club 21 4 2 15 19 46 14 -27
21 Al-Arabi 21 2 2 17 22 57 8 -35 Relegation to Second Division
22 Ittihad Nablus 21 2 2 17 17 91 8 -74
Key to colors in league table:
West Bank Premier League Champions
Relegated to Second Division at the end of season

Notes:

Askar and Balata are refugee camps in the Nablus Governorate;

Al-Am'ari is a refugee camp in the Ramallah and al-Bireh Governorate;

Ariha is the Arabic name for Jericho;

Al-Khalil is the Arabic name for Hebron;

Al-Quds is the Arabic name for Jerusalem

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Playoff-match". goalzz.com. Retrieved 6 March 2012. 

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