2001 S.League

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S. League
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Season 2001
Champions Geylang United
2nd S.League title
AFC Champions League Geylang United
(S.League winners)
Home United
(Singapore Cup winners)
Matches played 198
Goals scored 689 (3.48 per match)
Top goalscorer Mirko Grabovac
(42 - all domestic competitions)
Biggest home win Singapore Armed Forces 8-2 Tampines Rovers
(18 August 2001)
Biggest away win Sembawang Rangers 0-6 Singapore Armed Forces
(30 March 2001)
Highest scoring Singapore Armed Forces 8-2 Tampines Rovers
(18 August 2001)
2000
2002

2001 S.League was the sixth season of Singapore's professional football league. It was won by Geylang United, which was their second league title.

League table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Geylang United 33 23 7 3 84 28 +56 76 Qualification to 2002–03 AFC Champions League qualifying round
2 Singapore Armed Forces 33 24 2 7 101 46 +55 74
3 Home United 33 23 3 7 69 36 +33 72 Qualification to 2002–03 AFC Champions League qualifying round[a]
4 Tanjong Pagar United 33 18 6 9 68 47 +21 60
5 Jurong 33 15 6 12 65 57 +8 51
6 Tampines Rovers 33 14 6 13 60 55 +5 48
7 Balestier Central 33 8 11 14 43 57 −14 35
8 Sembawang Rangers 33 8 7 18 45 80 −35 31
9 Clementi Khalsa 33 7 9 17 43 76 −33 30
10 Gombak United 33 8 4 21 36 72 −36 28
11 Marine Castle United 33 7 6 20 35 71 −36 27
12 Woodlands Wellington 27 3 5 19 40 64 −24 14
Source: RSSSF
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored
Notes:
  1. ^ Qualified as 2001 Singapore Cup winners.

Top scorers[edit]

Rank Name Club Goals
1 Croatia Mirko Grabovac Singapore Armed Forces 42
2 Bosnia and HerzegovinaAustralia Aleksandar Đurić Geylang United 34
3 Brazil Egmar Goncalves Home United 28
4 Australia Brian Bothwell Geylang United 23
5 Singapore Indra Sahdan Daud Home United 22
6 Brazil Peres de Oliveira Home United 21
7 South Korea Park Tae-Won Jurong 18
8 England Tom English Marine Castle United 15
9 Japan Michiaki Kakimoto Clementi Khalsa 14
9 Singapore Toh Choon Ming Jurong 14
9 Thailand Kiatisuk Senamuang Singapore Armed Forces 14

Note: Goals in all domestic competitions, including the S.League and Singapore Cup.[1]

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