1970–71 Libyan Premier League

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Following are the statistics of the Libyan Premier League in season 1970/1971. The Libyan Premier League (Arabic: دوري الدرجة الأولى الليبي‎) is the highest division of Libyan football championship, organised by Libyan Football Federation. It was founded in 1963 and features mostly professional players.

Overview[edit]

It was contested by 14 teams, and Al-Ahly Tripoli won the championship.

League standings[edit]

Pos Club P W D L GF GA Pts
1 Al-Ahly (Tripoli) 20 11 7 2 32 16 29
2 Al-Ahly (Benghazi) 20 11 6 3 35 18 28
3 Al-Nasr (Benghazi) 20 9 6 5 28 24 24
4 Al-Ittihad (Tripoli) 20 8 4 8 18 18 20
5 Al Madina Tripoli 20 5 9 6 22 22 19
6 Ittihad Al-Shurta 20 6 7 7 18 26 19
7 Al-Hilal (Benghazi) 20 7 4 9 21 21 18
8 Al Tahaddy Benghazi 20 6 5 9 23 24 17
9 Al-Africy 20 6 5 9 23 27 17
10 Al-Wahda 20 6 4 10 15 27 16
11 Al-Dhahra 20 4 5 11 23 35 13
12 Al-Charara withdrew
13 Al-Swihli withdrew
14 Al-Shabab Al-Arabe withdrew

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