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1997–98 First Macedonian Football League

First Macedonian Football League
Season 1997–98
Champions Sileks
3rd Macedonian title
Relegated Belasica
Bregalnica
Champions League Sileks
Cup Winners' Cup Vardar
UEFA Cup Sloga Jugomagnat
Intertoto Cup Makedonija
Top goalscorer Vančo Atanasov (12)

The 1997-98 First Macedonian Football League was the 6th since its establishment. FK Sileks defended their championship title, having won their third title in a row.

Participating teams

Club City Stadium
FK Balkan BISI Skopje Čair Stadium
FK Belasica Strumica Mladost Stadium
FK Borec MHK Veles Veles City Stadium
FK Bregalnica Štip City Stadium Štip
FK Cementarnica 55 Skopje Cementarnica Stadium
FK Makedonija Skopje Gjorče Petrov Stadium
FK Pelister Bitola Tumbe Kafe Stadium
FK Pobeda Prilep Goce Delčev Stadium
FK Sasa Makedonska Kamenica Makedonska Kamenica City Stadium
FK Sileks Kratovo Sileks Stadium
FK Skopje Skopje Železarnica Stadium
FK Sloga Jugomagnat Skopje Čair Stadium
FK Tikveš Kavadarci Kavadarci City Stadium
FK Vardar Skopje Skopje City Stadium

Final table

Pos Team P W D L F A GD Pts Notes
1 Sileks 25 15 3 7 40 21 +19 48 Champions League
1st Qualifying Round
2 Sloga Jugomagnat 25 12 7 6 25 16 +9 43 UEFA Cup
1st Qualifying Round
3 Makedonija 25 12 6 7 34 21 +13 42 Intertoto Cup
First Round
4 Vardar 25 12 5 8 34 25 +9 41 Cup Winners' Cup
Qualifying Round
5 Pobeda 25 11 6 8 29 21 +8 39
6 Pelister 25 10 7 8 31 24 +7 37
7 Borec MHK 25 9 6 10 28 30 -2 33
8 Balkan 25 8 7 10 20 21 -1 31
9 Cementarnica 25 9 3 13 28 32 -4 30
10 Skopje 25 9 3 13 31 45 -14 30
11 Tikveš 25 7 8 10 23 27 -4 29
12 Sasa 25 8 5 12 21 32 -11 29
13 Belasica 25 8 4 13 25 35 -10 28 Relegated to
Vtora Liga
14 Bregalnica 13 4 0 9 13 32 -19 12

P = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; F = Goals for; A = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points
Bregalnica removed from the championship. Its matches from round 14 onwards annulled.

Macedonian Prva Liga 1997-98 Winners

FK Sileks
3rd Title

Results

Clubs BAL BEL BOR BRE CEM MAK PEL POB SAS SIL SKO SLO TIK VAR
Balkan 3:0 1:0 2:0 2:0 0:0 0:0 0:0 3:0 2:0 0:0 2:0 1:0 0:1
Belasica 0:0 1:1 n/p 1:0 3:0 2:0 2:0 1:0 0:4 4:1 0:2 0:1 2:1
Borec 2:0 2:1 3:1 0:0 3:0 3:1 3:0 1:0 0:1 2:1 2:2 1:1 0:0
Bregalnica n/p 3:1 n/p 1:2 1:0* 0:2 1:0 n/p 0:3* 0:3 n/p 2:1 n/p
Cementarnica 2:1 3:2 3:0 3:0* 2:2 2:3 0:2 1:1 0:1 2:0 1:0 4:1 3:0
Makedonija 2:0 1:0 0:2 7:1 1:0 0:0 3:0 3:1 1:0 3:0 1:2 2:0 0:0
Pelister 1:1 3:0 4:0 4:0* 0:3 0:1 2:0 2:0 1:3 3:0 0:0 1:0 3:2
Pobeda 3:0 2:1 3:0 n/p 2:0 1:0 0:0 0:0 1:2 5:2 3:0 2:1 2:0
Sasa 2:0 1:2 1:0 1:0* 1:0 2:0 0:0 1:1 2:1 2:0 1:0 1:1 2:0
Sileks 3:0 0:0 1:1 2:1 1:0 3:1 2:1 0:1 2:0 2:3 3:0 4:2 2:0
Skopje 1:0 3:2 3:2 n/p 3:0 1:4 2:1 0:0 4:1 0:2 0:1 2:1 1:3
Sloga Jugomagnat 1:0 2:0 2:0 5:0 2:0 0:0 1:0 0:0 1:0 2:1 2:1 0:0 0:0
Tikveš 1:1 0:0 2:0 n/p 1:0 0:0 1:2 1:0 2:1 0:0 3:0 0:0 3:2
Vardar 2:1 2:0 1:0 4:1 4:0 0:2 1:1 2:1 5:1 2:0 0:0 1:0 1:0

*Match annulled

Top goalscorers

Player Club Goals
Republic of Macedonia Vančo Atanasov
Belasica
12

European competitions

Champions League 1997–98

Sileks - Israel Beitar Jerusalem (1:0, 0:3), Beitar Jerusalem won 3:1 on aggregate

Cup Winners' Cup 1997–98

Sloga Jugomagnat - Croatia Zagreb (1:2, 0:2), Zagreb won 4:1 on aggregate

UEFA Cup 1997–98

Poland Odra Wodzisław - Pobeda (3:0, 1:2), Odra Wodzisław won 4:2 on aggregate

External links

  • Football Federation of Macedonia
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