2014–15 Kuwaiti Premier League
|AFC Cup||Kuwait SC |
|Goals scored||578 (3.18 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Patrick Fabiano 22 goals|
|Biggest home win||Kuwait SC 9-0|
|Highest scoring||Kuwait SC 9-0|
|Longest winning run||Al-Arabi SC 12|
|Longest unbeaten run||Kuwait SC 26 matches|
The 2014-15 Kuwaiti Premier League season was the 53rd season of the Kuwait Premier League, Kuwait's highest football league. The season saw 14 teams compete, with Kuwait SC being crowned as champions with an undefeated 20-6-0 record. Patrick Fabiano led the league with 22 goals.
As the top two teams, Kuwait SC and Al-Arabi SC both qualified for the 2016 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Cup, an international association football competition between domestic Asian clubs. However, the teams were unable to participate due to the Kuwait Football Association's suspension by FIFA on 16 October 2015. The ban was not lifted until 6 December 2017.
|1||Kuwait SC (C)||26||20||6||0||78||12||+66||66||Qualification to the 2016 AFC Champions League Preliminary Round|
|2||Al Arabi||26||21||3||2||74||12||+62||66||Qualification to the 2016 GCC Champions League|
|4||Qadsia SC||26||17||5||4||60||20||+40||56||Qualification to the 2016 AFC Cup Group Stage|
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
- FIFA.com (2015-10-16). "Suspension of the Kuwait Football Association". FIFA.com. Retrieved 2018-01-31.
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