2010–11 Pakistan Premier League
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Young Blood F.C.
|AFC President's Cup||WAPDA F.C.|
|Goals scored||615 (2.56 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Arif Mehmood (WAPDA F.C.)|
|Biggest home win||Pakistan Navy F.C. 6–0 SSGC F.C.|
|Biggest away win||SSGC F.C. 1–6 KESC F.C.|
|Highest scoring||SSCG F.C. 6–2 Young Blood F.C.|
The 2010 season is the 56th season of Pakistan domestic football and the 7th season of the Pakistan Premier League, and starts in September 2010 under the auspices of Pakistan Football Federation (PFF).
WAPDA F.C. triumphed and lifted the winner’s trophy in addition to Rs600,000 while the last edition’s winners KRL had to be content with being runners up and Rs400,000. PIA F.C. came third and received Rs300,000. PIA shot-stopper Muhammad Haji was adjudged the Most Valuable Player (MVP) and pocketed Rs 100,000 while leading marksman Arif Mehmood and best goalkeeper Muhammad Omer (KESC F.C.) took Rs50,000 each Chaman’s Afghan F.C. were given Rs100,000 as winners of the Fair Play trophy. Rs50,000 each went to the best referee Jehangir Khan and the best match commissioner Gohar Zaman while the best assistant referee Irshad-ul-Haq received Rs25,000.
Teams play each other on a home and away basis
The winners will represent Pakistan at the 2011 AFC President's Cup. The bottom two teams will be relegated to the Pakistan Football Federation League.
Location and stadia
|Afghan F.C.||Chaman||Jamal Nasir Stadium||12,000|
|Baloch F.C.||Nushki||Nushki Stadium||3,000|
|Habib Bank Limited F.C.||Karachi||Peoples Football Stadium||40,000|
|Karachi Electric Supply Corporation F.C.||Karachi||Peoples Football Stadium||40,000|
|Pak Elektron Limited Football Club.||Lahore||Punjab Stadium||10,000|
|Karachi Port Trust F.C||Karachi||CDGK Stadium||6,000|
|Khan Research Laboratories F.C.||Rawalpindi||KRL Stadium||8,000|
|National Bank of Pakistan F.C.||Karachi||CDGK Stadium||6,000|
|Pakistan Air Force F.C.||Peshawar||PAF Complex||1,000|
|Pakistan Army F.C.||Rawalpindi||Army Stadium||7,000|
|Pakistan International Airlines F.C.||Karachi||CDGK Stadium||6,000|
|Pakistan Navy F.C.||Quetta||Naval Sports Complex||10,000|
|PMC Club Athletico Faisalabad||Faisalabad||Railways Ground||20,000|
|SSGC F.C.||Karachi||CDGK Stadium||6,000|
|Water & Power Development Authority F.C.||Lahore||Railway Stadium||5,000|
|Young Blood F.C.||Sahiwal||Ali Rai Nawaz Stadium||5,000|
||Qualification or relegation
|1||WAPDA F.C.||30||21||4||5||60||21||+39||67||2011 AFC President's Cup|
|15||SSGC F.C. (R)||30||5||5||20||20||36||−16||20||Relegation|
|16||Young Blood F.C. (R)||30||4||6||20||23||73||−50||18|
Updated to games played on 30 December 2010.
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored
(C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (E) = Eliminated; (O) = Play-off winner; (A) = Advances to a further round.
Only applicable when the season is not finished:
(Q) = Qualified to the phase of tournament indicated; (TQ) = Qualified to tournament, but not yet to the particular phase indicated; (RQ) = Qualified to the relegation tournament indicated; (DQ) = Disqualified from tournament.
|Pakistan Premier League 2010-11