Liga ASOBAL 2000–01

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Liga ASOBAL 2000–01 season was the 11th since its establishment. A total of 14 teams competed this season for the championship.

Competition format[edit]

This season, the competition was played in a round-robin format, through 26 rounds. The team with most points earned wins the championship.

Overall standing[edit]

Team P W D L G+ G- Dif Pts
1 Caja España Ademar León 26 22 2 2 750 613 137 46
2 Barcelona 26 22 1 3 790 620 170 45
3 Portland San Antonio 26 16 2 8 697 670 27 34
4 Gáldar 26 15 3 8 725 673 52 33
5 Ciudad Real 26 15 2 9 645 642 3 32
6 Valladolid 26 13 3 10 747 722 25 29
7 KH-7 Granollers 26 12 4 10 620 602 18 28
8 Bidasoa 26 11 1 14 616 651 –35 23
9 Cantabria 26 9 1 16 643 689 –46 19
10 Altea 26 7 4 15 590 643 –53 18
11 Pilotes Posada 26 8 2 16 619 661 –42 18
12 Valencia Airtel 26 7 3 16 671 720 –49 17
13 Frogorificos Morrazo 26 7 1 18 595 668 –73 15
14 Garbel Zaragoza 26 3 1 22 600 734 –134 7
EHF Champions League
EHF Cup Winners' Cup
EHF Cup
relegated
2000–01 Liga ASOBAL winners
Castile and León
Caja España Ademar León
First title

Top goal scorers[edit]

Player Goals Team
Spain Julio Muñoz 147 Gáldar
Spain Alberto Entrerríos 144 Caja España Ademar León
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Mladen Bojinović 119 Bidasoa