2002-2003 List of Competitions
Club International Cups, 2002-2003
Domestic Leagues - 1st Tier, 2002-2003
|League Name||Gender||Country||Champion||Top League Scorer|
|FA Barclaycard Premiership||M||eng ENG||Manchester United FC||Ruud van Nistelrooy - 25|
|La Liga||M||es ESP||Real Madrid CF||Roy Makaay - 29|
|Ligue 1 Orange||M||fr FRA||Olympique Lyonnais||Shabani Nonda - 26|
|Bundesliga||M||de GER||FC Bayern Munich||Thomas Christiansen, Giovane Élber - 21|
|Alpha Ethniki||M||gr GRE||Olympiacos FC||Nikos Liberopoulos - 16|
|Serie A||M||it ITA||Juventus FC||Christian Vieri - 24|
|Holland Casino Eredivisie||M||nl NED||PSV Eindhoven||Mateja Kežman - 34|
|I Liga||M||pl POL||Wisła Kraków||Stanko Svitlica - 24|
|SuperLiga GalpEnergia||M||pt POR||FC Porto||Fary Faye, Simão Sabrosa - 18|
|Bank of Scotland Premier League||M||sco SCO||Rangers FC||Henrik Larsson - 28|
|Süper Lig||M||tr TUR||Beşiktaş JK||Okan Yılmaz - 24|
Domestic Leagues - 2nd Tier, 2002-2003
Domestic Leagues - 3rd Tier and Lower, 2002-2003
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