2001–02 Maltese First Division
|Top goalscorer||Johann Zammit (16)|
The Maltese First Division 2001–02 (known as Rothmans First Division 2001-02 for sponsorship reasons) started on 15 September 2001 and finished on 28 April 2002.Rabat and Xghajra were relegated from the Maltese Premier League.Mqabba and Balzan were promoted from Maltese Second Division.Marsaxlokk were the champions while Mosta were the runners-up.Both teams were promoted to Maltese Premier League.Qormi and St.Andrews were relegated to Maltese Second Division.
The Maltese First Division 2001–02 was made up of these teams:
Changes from previous season
- Marsa and Lija Athletic were promoted from the First Division to the Premier League.They were replaced with Rabat Ajax and Xghajra Tornadoes,both relegated from Maltese Premier League 2000-01.
- Tarxien Rainbows and Zurrieq were relegated to the Maltese Second Division 2001-02.They were replaced with Mqabba,champions of Second Division 00-01 and Balzan Youths,runners-up.
Final League Table 2001-02
|10||St. Andrews (R)||18||2||7||9||23||40||13|
Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; F = Goals for; A = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points
C = Champions; R = Relegated; RP = Relegation playoffs
|Champions and promotion to Maltese Premier League 2002-03|
|Runners-up and promotion to Maltese Premier League 2002-03|
|Relegation to Maltese Second Division 2002-03|
||Engoya Onesime Ulrich||Rabat|
||Gilbert Scerri||St. Patrick|
For a complete set of results, see