2001 Armenian Premier League
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Statistics of Armenian Premier League in the 2001 season.
- FC Armenicum, Karabakh Yerevan, FC Lori, FC Kotayk, Arpa FC and Dinamo-2000 Yerevan are promoted. FC Armenicum were dissolved and yielded their place to the revived FC Pyunik.
- In August 2001, Araks Ararat FC were dissolved and Spartak Yerevan took their place in the championship.
- FC Banants Kotayk demerged from Kotayk Abovyan and the owner of the club decided to move the club from Abovyan to Yerevan, and thus Banants Kotayk became FC Banants Yerevan. Despite not participating as a separate team in the 2000 Armenian First League, the club was allowed to participate in the 2001 Armenian Premier League season.
- Kilikia F.C. did not pay entrance fee and refused to play twice, leading to their expulsion. At the end of the season they were also relegated along with FC Lori
|Relegated to 2002 Armenian First League.|
|Expelled after playing 1 match.|
|Withdrew before start of the season.|
Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points
|2||Hayk Hakobyan||Spartak Yerevan||16|
|4||Aram Hakobyan||Spartak Yerevan||15|
|5||Andrey Bulanov||Mika Ashtarak||12|