2011-2012 List of Competitions

International Cups, 2011-2012

International Cups, 2011-2012 Table
League Name Gender Governing Body Champion Top League Scorer
UEFA Super CupMUEFAFC Barcelona
UEFA Champions LeagueMUEFAChelsea FCLionel Messi - 14
UEFA Europa LeagueMUEFAAtlético MadridRadamel Falcao - 12

Domestic Leagues - 1st Tier, 2011-2012

Domestic Leagues - 1st Tier, 2011-2012 Table
League Name Gender Country Champion Top League Scorer
Hyundai A-LeagueMau AUSCentral Coast Mariners FCBesart Berisha - 19
Austrian BundesligaMat AUTFC Red Bull SalzburgStefan Maierhofer, Jakob Jantscher - 14
Jupiler Pro LeagueMbe BELRSC AnderlechtJérémy Perbet - 25
Victoria A Football ChampionshipMbg BULPFC Ludogorets RazgradIvan Stoyanov, Júnior Moraes - 16
MAXtv Prva LigaMhr CROGNK Dinamo ZagrebFatos Bećiraj - 15
Gambrinus ligaMcz CZEFC Slovan LiberecDavid Lafata - 25
SuperligaMdk DENFC NordsjællandDame N'Doye - 18
Barclays Premier LeagueMeng ENGManchester City FCRobin van Persie - 30
Liga BBVAMes ESPReal Madrid CFLionel Messi - 50
Ligue 1Mfr FRAMontpellier HSCNenê, Olivier Giroud - 21
BundesligaMde GERBorussia DortmundKlaas-Jan Huntelaar - 29
Super League OPAPMgr GREOlympiacos FCKevin Mirallas - 20
OTP Bank LigaMhu HUNDebreceni VSCAdamo Coulibaly - 20
Serie A TIMMit ITAJuventus FCZlatan Ibrahimović - 28
Primera DivisiónMmx MEXUANL (A), Santos Laguna (C)Iván Alonso - 25
EredivisieMnl NEDAFC AjaxBas Dost - 32
T-Mobile EkstraklasaMpl POLWKS Śląsk WrocławArtjoms Rudņevs - 22
Liga ZON SagresMpt PORFC PortoÓscar Cardozo, Lima - 20
Liga I BergenbierMro ROUCFR ClujWesley - 27
Rosgosstrakh Russian Football ChampionshipMru RUSFC Zenit Saint PetersburgSeydou Doumbia - 28
Clydesdale Bank Premier LeagueMsco SCOCeltic FCGary Hooper - 24
Jelen SuperLigaMrs SRBFK PartizanDarko Spalević - 20
Axpo Super LeagueMch SUIFC BaselAlexander Frei - 24
Spor Toto Süper LigMtr TURGalatasaray SKBurak Yılmaz - 32
EpiCentre Ukrainian Football ChampionshipMua UKRFC Shakhtar DonetskYevhen Seleznyov, Maicon Pereira de Oliveira - 14

Domestic Leagues - 3rd Tier and Lower, 2011-2012

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