2002 S.League

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S. League
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Season 2002
Champions Singapore Armed Forces
4th S.League title
Matches played 198
Goals scored 742 (3.75 per match)
Top goalscorer Mirko Grabovac
(36 - all domestic competitions)
Biggest home win Singapore Armed Forces 9-0 Sembawang Rangers
(15 June 2002)
Biggest away win Sengkang Marine 0-9 Geylang United
(18 July 2002)
Highest scoring

Sengkang Marine 5-5 Sembawang Rangers
(27 July 2002)

Balestier Central 4-6 Sengkang Marine
(5 September 2002)
2001
2003

2002 S.League was the seventh season of Singapore's professional football league. It was won by Singapore Armed Forces, which was their fourth league title.

League table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Singapore Armed Forces 33 26 6 1 104 37 +67 84
2 Home United 33 18 10 5 71 42 +29 64
3 Geylang United 33 17 8 8 80 39 +41 59
4 Tampines Rovers 33 16 11 6 67 39 +28 59
5 Woodlands Wellington 33 17 7 9 75 44 +31 58
6 Sembawang Rangers 33 15 5 13 59 67 −8 50
7 Jurong 33 13 6 14 47 48 −1 45
8 Sengkang Marine 33 11 6 16 62 84 −22 39
9 Tanjong Pagar United 33 11 4 18 49 72 −23 37
10 Clementi Khalsa 33 7 4 22 45 84 −39 25
11 Balestier Central 33 6 5 22 50 103 −53 23
12 Gombak United 33 2 6 25 33 83 −50 12
Source: RSSSF
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored

Top goalscorers[edit]

Rank Name Club Goals
1 Singapore Mirko Grabovac Singapore Armed Forces 36
2 Bosnia and HerzegovinaAustralia Aleksandar Đurić Geylang United 32
3 Thailand Therdsak Chaiman Home United 27
4 Nigeria Agu Casmir Woodlands Wellington 26
5 Singapore Noh Alam Shah Sembawang Rangers 24
6 Nigeria Itimi Owepa Wilson Balestier Central 23
6 South Korea Park Tae-Won Jurong 23
6 Singapore Ismail Fitrey Tampines Rovers 23
9 Nigeria Wisdom Onyekwere Clementi Khalsa 22
10 Singapore Mohd Noor Ali Geylang United 20

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

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