2000–01 National Football League (India)
|Dates||14 December 2000 – 30 April 2001|
1st National Football League title
State Bank of Travancore
|2000–01 Asian Club Championship||none|
|Top goalscorer||José Ramirez Barreto|
|Biggest home win||Mohun Bagan 6–0 Mahindra United|
(18 March 2001)
|Biggest away win||FC Kochin 0–4 Mahindra United|
(28 March 2001)
The 2000–01 National Football League, also known as the Coca-Cola National Football League for sponsorship reasons, was the fifth season of National Football League, the top Indian league for association football clubs, since its inception in 1996.
It was performed in 12 teams, and East Bengal won the championship. This was East Bengal's first title and the championship was decided on the last day. Mohan Bagan came second only by a point and Churchill Brothers came third. Air India and SBT (State Bank Of Travancore) were relegated from the National Football League.
|10||Indian Telephone Industries||22||4||10||8||15||19||22|
|12||State Bank of Travancore||22||4||8||10||24||39||20|