League Summary

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Porto3024336013+477538,632Lisandro López - 24Helton Arruda{{1}}-point deduction 1, → UEFA Champions League via league finish
2Sporting CP3016774628+185529,381Liédson - 11Rui Patrício→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
3Vitória Guimarães3015873531+45319,578Kamel Ghilas, Miljan Mrdaković - 6Nilson Corrêa Júnior→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
4Benfica30131344521+245237,558Óscar Cardozo - 13Quim→ UEFA Cup via league finish
5Marítimo30144123928+11465,825Ariza Makukula, Mossoró - 7Marcos Barbosa Oliveira→ UEFA Cup via league finish
6Vitória Setúbal30111273733+4453,256Cláudio Pitbull - 7Eduardo Carvalho→ UEFA Cup via league finish 2
7Braga30101193234-24115,614Roland Linz - 11Paulo Santos→ UEFA Intertoto Cup via league finish 3
8Belenenses30111093533+2402,810Weldon - 12Paulo Costinha3-point deduction 4
9Boavista30812103241-9365,386Jorge Ribeiro - 8Peter JehleRelegated 5
10Nacional3098132328-5351,579Marcelo Lipatín - 6Diego Benaglio
11Naval3097142645-19342,216Marcelinho - 10Pedro Taborda
12Académica30614103138-7326,872Lito - 9Pedro Roma
13Estrela30613112941-12311,408Anselmo Cardoso - 6Nélson Pereira
14Leixões30414122737-10265,039Jorge Gonçalves - 7Beto
15Paços de Ferreira3067173149-18252,045Wesley - 11PeçanhaRetained 6
16União de Leiria3037202553-28162,253João Paulo - 8Fernando PrassRelegated

Leaders

Goals
1. Lisandro LópezPorto 24
2. Óscar CardozoBenfica 13
3. WeldonBelenenses 12
4. WesleyPaços de Ferreira 11
LiédsonSporting CP 11
Roland LinzBraga 11
7. MarcelinhoNaval 10
8. João Paulo2 squads 9
LitoAcadémica 9
10. José PedroBelenenses 8
Jorge RibeiroBoavista 8
Ricardo QuaresmaPorto 8
Red Cards
1. César PeixotoBraga 3
2. Ariza MakukulaMarítimo 2
Paulo CostinhaBelenenses 2
DelfimNaval 2
Luciano RissuttBoavista 2
Hugo AlcântaraBelenenses 2
RovérsioPaços de Ferreira 2
8. Nélson PereiraEstrela 1
Cléber MonteiroNacional 1
Luís LoureiroBoavista 1
António MendonçaEstrela 1
LaionelBoavista 1
Antoine van der LindenMarítimo 1
Hélder CabralEstrela 1
EzequiasLeixões 1
Paulo MachadoLeixões 1
Elivélton de GregoryNaval 1
Edgar PachecoBoavista 1
Henrique SerenoVitória Guimarães 1
PeçanhaPaços de Ferreira 1
VieirinhaLeixões 1
João da Rocha RibeiroNaval 1
Ricardo FernandesNacional 1
Hugo CostaUnião de Leiria 1
Ricardo EstevesMarítimo 1
Rodrigo SilvaNacional 1
OrlandoAcadémica 1
Mourtala DiakitéBoavista 1
Zé ManelBraga 1
Bruno PatacasNacional 1
Mariano GonzálezPorto 1
Siniša RadanovićVitória Guimarães 1
Bruno FernandesMarítimo 1
Pedro TabordaNaval 1
Gabriel GómezBelenenses 1
Modou SougouUnião de Leiria 1
Paulo Jorge Soares GomesBraga 1
Jaime JúniorLeixões 1
Janício MartinsVitória Setúbal 1
Hugo FariaUnião de Leiria 1
Fábio CoentrãoNacional 1
Bruno PinheiroBoavista 1
Éder BonfimUnião de Leiria 1
AlhandraUnião de Leiria 1
Gilles BinyaBenfica 1
Vítor VinhaAcadémica 1
Arvid SmitUnião de Leiria 1
João PereiraBraga 1
DerleiSporting CP 1
MarcelãoBoavista 1
TonelSporting CP 1
QuimBenfica 1
Gilmar Lobato da RochaNaval 1
Djalma CamposMarítimo 1
MarcelinhoNaval 1
Diego ÂngeloNaval 1
HarisonUnião de Leiria 1
AlonsoNacional 1
Nuno SilvaLeixões 1
Juliano SpadacioNacional 1
Antoni ŁukasiewiczUnião de Leiria 1
João Vieira PintoBraga 1
Nélson MarcosBenfica 1
ChinaNaval 1

Nationalities

League Notes

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