1989–90 Nationalliga A

Statistics of Swiss National League A in the 1989–1990 football season.

Overview

It was contested by 12 teams, and Grasshopper-Club Zürich won the championship.

First stage

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts
1 FC St. Gallen 22 9 10 3 40 24 28
2 Neuchâtel Xamax 22 11 5 6 38 32 27
3 Grasshopper-Club Zürich 22 9 7 6 31 24 25
4 FC Lucerne 22 9 6 7 39 29 24
5 FC Sion 22 9 5 8 29 31 23
6 Lausanne Sports 22 6 10 6 28 27 22
7 AC Lugano 22 8 6 8 36 35 22
8 BSC Young Boys 22 7 7 8 29 29 21
9 Servette FC 22 7 7 8 34 36 21
10 FC Wettingen 22 7 5 10 18 27 19
11 FC Aarau 22 5 7 10 20 30 17
12 AC Bellinzona 22 5 5 12 31 49 15

Second stage

Champions Group

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts (B)
1 Grasshopper-Club Zürich 14 9 0 5 28 15 31 (13)
2 Lausanne Sports 14 7 6 1 23 9 31 (11)
3 Neuchâtel Xamax 14 5 6 3 18 14 30 (14)
4 FC Lucerne 14 6 4 4 20 22 28 (12)
5 FC St. Gallen 14 4 5 5 19 15 27 (14)
6 AC Lugano 14 4 4 6 11 23 23 (11)
7 BSC Young Boys 14 2 6 6 11 20 21 (11)
8 FC Sion 14 1 5 8 10 22 19 (12)

Promotion/Relegation Group

Group A

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts
1 Servette FC 14 8 4 2 29 13 20
2 FC Zürich 14 8 4 2 30 17 20
3 FC Basel 14 6 5 3 27 17 17
4 AC Bellinzona 14 5 5 4 19 16 15
5 Yverdon-Sport FC 14 3 7 4 14 16 13
6 FC Fribourg 14 4 3 7 17 27 11
7 FC Chur 14 3 3 8 9 21 9
8 FC Schaffhausen 14 2 3 9 15 33 7

Group B

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts
1 FC Aarau 14 10 2 2 35 10 22
2 FC Wettingen 14 9 4 1 29 9 22
3 FC Bulle 14 6 5 3 24 18 17
4 FC Baden 14 6 4 4 31 25 16
5 FC Locarno 14 4 5 5 15 17 13
6 FC Grenchen 14 2 5 7 18 28 9
7 FC Winterthur 14 2 3 9 15 38 7
8 CS Chênois 14 1 4 9 12 34 6

References

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