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2000–01 League of Ireland

 

2000–01 League of Ireland

Statistics of League of Ireland in the 2000–01 season.

Overview

The Premier Division was contested by 12 teams and Bohemian F.C. won the championship.

The First Division was contested by 10 teams and Dundalk F.C. won the division.

Premier Division

Pos Club Pts W D L GF GA GD
1 Bohemians 62 18 8 7 66 35 +31
2 Shelbourne 60 17 9 7 53 37 +16
3 Cork City 56 15 11 7 36 29 +7
4 Bray Wanderers 55 15 10 8 52 35 +17
5 St Patrick's Athletic 53 14 11 8 54 41 +13
6 Derry City 45 12 9 12 31 28 +3
7 Shamrock Rovers 42 10 12 11 50 47 +3
8 Longford Town 42 12 6 15 40 47 -7
9 Galway United 40 10 10 13 34 47 -13
10 University College Dublin 37 9 10 14 36 44 -8 Play-off(Won)
11 Finn Harps 36 8 12 13 36 46 -10 Relegated
12 Kilkenny City 9 1 6 26 14 66 -52 Relegated

First Division

Pos Club Pts W D L GF GA GD
1 Dundalk F.C. 69 20 9 7 65 38 +27 Promoted
2 Monaghan United F.C. 65 18 11 7 59 40 +19 Promoted
3 Athlone Town A.F.C. 64 18 10 8 53 37 +16 Play-off(Lost)
4 Sligo Rovers F.C. 62 19 5 12 61 48 +13
5 Waterford United F.C. 61 16 13 7 56 30 +26
6 Limerick F.C. 50 13 11 12 40 39 +1
7 Home Farm Fingal F.C.* 43 10 13 13 43 58 -15
8 Cobh Ramblers F.C. 36 10 6 20 43 60 -17
9 Drogheda United F.C. 21 4 9 23 27 62 -35
10 Fingal-St. Francis F.C. 20 3 11 22 29 64 -35

'*'Home Farm Fingal F.C. changed their club name to Dublin City F.C. for next season.

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