2009–10 Ethiopian Premier League

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Ethiopian Premier League
Season 2009–10
2011 CAF Champions League Saint-George SA
2011 CAF Confederation Cup Dedebit (cup winner)
Highest attendance 4,101, St. George vs Ethiopian Coffee [1]

The 2009–10 Ethiopian Premier League is the season of the Ethiopian Premier League since its establishment in 1944. A total of 18 teams are contesting the league, with Saint-George SA the defending champions for the second year in a row and for the twenty third time in total. The Ethiopian season began on 6 August 2009.

Clubs[edit]

Table & Results[edit]

League Table 2009–10[edit]

Pos
Club
Pld
W
D
L
F
A
±
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1
Saint-George SA (C)
34
26
6
2
62
17
+45
84
CAF Champions League 2011
2
Dedebit
34
17
9
8
48
29
+19
60
CAF Confederation Cup 2011
3
Ethiopian Coffee
34
16
8
10
52
32
+20
56
4
Awassa City FC
34
13
13
8
37
32
+5
52
5
Adama City FC
34
13
10
11
39
35
+4
49
6
Defence
34
13
9
12
46
44
+2
48
7
Muger Cement
34
11
14
9
29
26
+3
47
8
Sidama Coffee
33
11
13
9
24
30
-6
46
9
Harrar Beer Botling FC
33
9
17
7
28
24
+4
44
10
Sebeta City
34
12
8
14
28
31
-3
44
11
Banks SC
34
11
9
14
48
52
-4
42
12
Dire Dawa City
34
10
12
12
30
42
-12
42
13
Trans Ethiopia
34
9
14
11
27
36
-9
41
14
EEPCO
34
10
10
14
39
43
-4
40
15
Insurance
34
11
7
16
38
45
-7
40
16
Southern Police
34
9
8
17
19
40
-21
35
17
Metehara Sugar
34
8
10
16
38
49
-11
34
18
Meta Abo Brewery (R)
34
5
5
24
30
55
-25
20
Relegation to
Ethiopian Second Division

(C)= Champions, (R)= Relegated, Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; F = Goals for; A = Goals against; ± = Goal difference; Pts = Points
Source: [1]

Last updated 13 June 2010.

Teams & Stadiums[edit]

Club Location Venue Seating Capacity
Saint-George SA Addis Ababa Addis Ababa Stadium 34,000

Dedebit, Hawassa City, Sidama Coffee, Southern Police, Sebeta City, Dire Dawa City and Meta Abo also use 35,000 capacity Addis Ababa Stadium.

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