2010–11 West Bank Premier League

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West Bank Premier League
Season 2010–11
Champions Markaz Shabab Al-Am'ari
Relegated Hilal Ariha
Markaz Shabab Askar
2012 AFC President's Cup Markaz Shabab Al-Am'ari

The 2010–11 West Bank Premier League started on 26 August 2010 and concluded on 7 May 2011.[1] Markaz Shabab Al-Am'ari won the title due to a better goal difference over Hilal Al-Quds.

Clubs[edit]

Club City Top Scorer (2010/11) Notes
Al-Bireh Institute Al-Bireh, Ramallah Mohammed Nael 7 goals
Hilal Areeha Jericho Mohammed Abu Dawud 9 goals
Hilal Al-Quds Jerusalem Murad Alyan 20 goals 2011 Palestine Cup Winners
Jabal Al-Mukaber Mount Scopus, Jerusalem Ismail Amour 8 goals
Markaz Balata Nablus Abdelhamid Abuhabib 12 goals
Markaz Shabab Al-Am'ari Ramallah Eyad Abugharqud 20 goals 2012 AFC President's Cup
Markaz Shabab Asker Nablus Rami Musalmeh 8 goals
Merkaz Tulkarem Tulkarem Fadi Salím 8 goals
Shabab Al-Khaleel Hebron Shadi Farhan 7 goals
Shabab Al-Dhahrieh Al-Dhahrieh Atef Abu Bilal 14
Thaqafi Tulkarem Tulkarem Rida Al-Da'ma 5 goals
Tarji Wadi Al-Nes Wadi Al-Nes Ashraf Nu'man 12 goals 2010/11 Supercup winners, 2010 Yasser Arafat Cup winners

Final standings[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Markaz Shabab Al-Am'ari 22 15 6 1 48 18 +30 51 2012 AFC President's Cup
2 Hilal Al-Quds 22 15 6 1 39 14 +25 51
3 Shabab Al-Dhahiriya SC 22 11 7 4 40 21 +19 40
4 Markaz Balata 22 10 6 6 34 31 +3 36
5 Wadi Al-Neiss 22 9 5 8 29 23 +6 32
6 Shabab Al-Khalil 22 7 4 11 24 35 −11 25
7 Jabal Al Mukaber 22 6 6 10 27 32 −5 24
8 Shabab Al-Bireh 22 7 3 12 19 33 −14 24
9 Thakafi Tulkarm 22 5 7 10 26 33 −7 22
10 Markaz Shabab Tulkarm 22 5 6 11 27 42 −15 21
11 Hilal Ariha 22 5 5 12 23 37 −14 20 Relegation to Second Division
12 Markaz Shabab Askar 22 4 5 13 18 35 −17 17

Source: soccerway.com

Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd goal difference.

Top scorers[edit]

The top-scorers were:[2]

Rank Scorer Club Goals
1 State of Palestine Eyad Abugharqud Al-Am'ari 19
2 State of Palestine Murad Alyan Hilal Al-Quds 18

References[edit]

  1. ^ Palestine - West Bank League, Soccerway.com
  2. ^ fussballpalaestina.blogspot.com (May 2011). "Season review" (in German). Retrieved 6 March 2012.