2009-10 West Bank Premier League

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The format for the 2009-10 season saw the number of Premier League clubs reduced from 22 to 12 with each team playing each other twice. The 2009 season marked the last season before the league adopted a professional setup. Jabal Al-Mokaber won the 2009-10 Premier League while Wadi Al-Nes won the Palestine Cup with Beit Ummar and Shabab Al-Khader relegate to the first division.[1].

2009/10 League Table[edit]

Position Club Played Wins Draws Losses Goals For Goals Against Points Goal Difference
1 Jabal Al Mukaber 22 15 4 3 43 19 49 +24
2 Hilal Al-Quds (Jerusalem) 22 12 6 4 43 19 42 +24
3 Shabab Al-Am'ary 22 13 3 6 42 22 42 +20
4 Wadi Al-Nes 22 11 6 5 36 23 39 +13
5 Thaqafi Tulkarem 22 11 2 6 39 31 35 +8
6 Shabab Al-Khaleel 22 9 7 6 36 26 34 +10
7 Merkaz Tulkarem 22 9 5 8 25 32 32 -7
8 Shabab Al-Thahrea 22 8 6 8 32 28 30 +4
9 Al-Bireh Institution 22 8 5 9 36 32 29 +4
10 Shabab Al Ibedea 22 4 8 10 24 47 20 -23
11 Beit Ummar (R) 22 2 3 17 20 52 9 -32
12 Shabab Al Khader (R) 22 1 3 18 19 64 6 -45
Key to colors in league table:
West Bank Premier League Champions
Relegated to Second Division at the end of season

2009/10 Top Scorers[edit]

Player Country Team Goals
Ali Ayesh Template:Country data Palestine Shabab Al-Khaleel 10
Murad Alyan Template:Country data Palestine Hilal Al-Quds 8
Ismael Al-Amour Template:Country data Palestine Jabal Al-Mokaber 8

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