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1993–94 Nationalliga A

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1993–94 Nationalliga A

Statistics of the Swiss National League A in the 1993–1994 football season.

Overview

It was contested by 12 teams, and Servette FC won the championship.

First stage

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts
1 Grasshopper-Club Zürich 22 12 7 3 37 15 31
2 FC Sion 22 11 9 2 34 14 31
3 BSC Young Boys 22 9 7 6 37 25 25
4 Servette FC 22 9 7 6 38 37 25
5 Lausanne Sports 22 9 6 7 28 27 24
6 AC Lugano 22 7 8 7 23 27 22
7 FC Lucerne 22 8 5 9 26 32 21
8 FC Aarau 22 8 5 9 24 31 21
9 FC Zürich 22 6 8 8 25 22 20
10 Neuchâtel Xamax 22 4 9 9 24 31 17
11 Yverdon-Sport FC 22 3 8 11 19 33 14
12 SC Kriens 22 3 7 12 17 38 13

Second stage

Champions Group

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts (B)
1 Servette FC 14 8 5 1 29 14 34 (13)
2 Grasshopper-Club Zürich 14 6 5 3 28 17 33 (16)
3 FC Sion 14 5 5 4 21 15 31 (16)
4 FC Aarau 14 7 4 3 23 16 29 (11)
5 AC Lugano 14 5 5 4 21 19 26 (11)
6 BSC Young Boys 14 2 6 6 13 23 23 (13)
7 Lausanne Sports 14 4 1 9 14 28 21 (12)
8 FC Lucerne 14 2 3 9 15 32 18 (11)

Promotion/Relegation Group

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts
1 FC Basel 14 7 6 1 22 7 20
2 FC St. Gallen 14 8 4 2 28 14 20
3 Neuchâtel Xamax 14 9 2 3 21 12 20
4 FC Zürich 14 7 4 3 24 15 18
5 SC Kriens 14 4 4 6 21 20 12
6 Étoile Carouge FC 14 3 5 6 14 24 11
7 FC Schaffhausen 14 2 3 9 14 31 7
8 Yverdon-Sport FC 14 1 2 11 8 29 4

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