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2012 Mongolia Premier League

Mongolia Premier League
Season 2012
Champions Erchim
AFC President's Cup Erchim
2011
2013

Statistics of Niislel Lig in the 2012 season. The title was won by Erchim which was their seventh title. [1]

Contents

  • League standings 1
  • Mongolian Football Federation Cup 2
  • Super Cup 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

League standings

All the teams played each other twice. the team which had the most points in two rounds became the winner.
2012 Mongolia Premier League
Pos Club Played Won Drawn Lost Goals For Goals Against Goal Diff Points
1 Erchim 12 8 3 1 35 11 +24 27
2 Khoromkhon 12 7 3 2 25 14 +11 24
3 Ulaanbaatar University 12 7 2 3 38 25 +13 23
4 Khasiin Khulguud 12 5 1 6 29 24 +5 16
5 Khangarid 12 5 1 6 21 23 −2 16
6 FC Ulaanbaatar 12 4 0 8 17 32 −15 12
7 Selenge Press 12 1 0 11 18 54 −36 3
8 Ulaanbaataryn Mazaalaynuud[note 1] 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Note 1: Ulaanbaataryn Mazaalaynuud withdrew after the first half of the season (completing seven matches), all results annulled.

Mongolian Football Federation Cup

Ten teams participated in the 2012 Mongolian Football Federation Cup. The final was played on 15 September 2012. Erchim defeated Khasiin Khulguud in a penalty shoot-out, after the match ended in extra time with a 1-1 draw.[2]

Super Cup

The 2012 Super Cup was played on 30 September 2012 between the league winner Erchim and the cup runner-up Khasiin Khulguud. It is usually played between the winners of the Niislel League and the Mongolian Football Federation Cup, but Erchim won both titles this year. Erchim defeated Khasiin Khulguud 7-2. As the winner of the Super Cup, they will participate in the 2013 AFC President's Cup representing Mongolia.

References

  1. ^ "Erchim’ club gets seventh win". ubpost.mongolnews.mn. 22 August 2012. 
  2. ^ "Erchim wins Mongolian Football Federation Cup". ubpost.mongolnews.mn. 17 September 2012. 

External links

  • FIFA.com
  • Soccerway.com
  • RSSSF.com
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