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2001–02 A Pfg

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2001–02 A Pfg

Statistics of Bulgarian A Professional Football Group in the 2001–02 season.

Overview

It was contested by 14 teams, and PFC Levski Sofia won the championship.

League standings

First stage

Pos Club P W D L F A Pts Memo
1 Levski Sofia 26 20 5 1 58 21 65 Top 6 Group
2 Litex Lovech 26 16 7 3 50 27 55 Top 6 Group
3 Lokomotiv Plovdiv 26 16 5 5 42 23 53 Top 6 Group
4 CSKA Sofia 26 15 7 4 48 17 52 Top 6 Group
5 Naftex Burgas 26 12 6 8 35 25 42 Top 6 Group
6 Slavia Sofia 26 10 7 9 30 32 37 Top 6 Group
7 Spartak Pleven 26 10 3 13 40 44 33 Bottom 8 Group
8 Lokomotiv Sofia 26 7 8 11 33 32 29 Bottom 8 Group
9 Spartak Varna 26 5 11 10 29 39 26 Bottom 8 Group
10 Chernomorets Burgas 26 7 5 14 24 54 26 Bottom 8 Group
11 Marek Dupnitsa 26 6 6 14 22 42 24 Bottom 8 Group
12 Cherno More Varna 26 6 6 14 28 36 24 Bottom 8 Group
13 Belasitsa Petrich 26 6 5 15 21 35 23 Bottom 8 Group
14 Beroe Stara Zagora 26 3 5 18 13 46 14 Bottom 8 Group

Top 6 Group

Pos Club P W D L F A Pts
1 Levski Sofia 36 27 7 2 77 27 56
2 Litex Lovech 36 23 8 5 66 34 50
3 CSKA Sofia 36 19 7 10 60 29 38
4 Lokomotiv Plovdiv 36 18 6 12 48 41 34
5 Slavia Sofia 36 14 8 14 42 48 32
6 Naftex Burgas 36 14 9 13 44 40 30

Bottom 8 Group

Pos Club P W D L F A Pts
7 Marek Dupnitsa 40 14 8 18 46 57 38
8 Lokomotiv Sofia 40 14 9 17 49 48 37
9 Spartak Varna 40 12 13 15 50 51 36
10 Chernomorets Burgas 40 13 9 18 41 69 35
11 Cherno More Varna 40 12 11 17 47 51 35
12 Spartak Pleven 40 15 4 21 58 66 33
13 Belasitsa Petrich 40 12 7 21 34 50 32
14 Beroe Stara Zagora 40 4 8 28 19 70 13

Top goalscorers

21 goals
18 goals
17 goals
14 goals

References

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