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2001–02 Cypriot First Division

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2001–02 Cypriot First Division

Cypriot First Division
Season 2001-02
Champions APOEL
17th championship
Relegated Ethnikos Assia
Doxa Katokopia
Ermis Aradippou
Champions League APOEL (1st qualifying round)
UEFA Cup Anorthosis (qualifying round)
AEL (qualifying round; via Cypriot Cup)
UEFA Intertoto EN Paralimni (1st round)
2000-01
2002-03

The defending champion was AC Omonia.

Final standings

Updated as of April 28, 2002

Pos Team Pld Won Drw Lst Pts GF GA GD Notes
1 APOEL 26 18 5 3 59 66 22 +44 UEFA Champions League 1st Qualifying Round
2 Anorthosis 26 18 4 4 58 71 31 +40 UEFA Cup Qualifying Round
3 AEL 26 17 3 6 54 47 27 +20
4 AC Omonia 26 17 2 7 53 56 35 +21
5 Olympiakos 26 13 3 10 42 53 45 +8
6 Ethnikos Achna 26 13 3 10 42 46 38 +8
7 AEK Larnaca 26 13 2 11 41 56 42 +14
8 EN Paralimni 26 11 6 9 39 42 38 +4 UEFA Intertoto Cup First Round
9 Apollon Limassol 26 10 6 10 36 56 48 +8
10 AE Paphos 26 10 6 10 36 54 46 +8
11 Alki 26 8 7 11 31 37 37 0
12 Ethnikos Assia 26 5 3 18 18 40 70 -30 Relegated to Second Division
13 Doxa Katokopia 26 2 3 21 9 30 84 -54
14 Ermis Aradippou 26 0 1 25 1 16 107 -91

Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points

Source: Soccerway

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