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1999–2000 Irish League

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1999–2000 Irish League

Statistics of Irish League in season 1999–2000.

Overview

There were two divisions of 10 teams, and Linfield won the championship.

League standings

Premier Division

Pos Club P W D L GF GA Pts
1 Linfield 36 24 7 5 67 30 79
2 Coleraine 36 18 7 11 64 42 61
3 Glenavon 36 17 10 9 55 34 61
4 Glentoran 36 18 7 11 59 51 61
5 Portadown 36 15 7 14 64 62 52
6 Newry Town 36 11 7 18 44 58 40
7 Crusaders 36 9 13 14 41 55 40
8 Ballymena United 36 6 16 14 45 62 34
9 Cliftonville 36 7 13 16 38 59 34
10 Lisburn Distillery 36 9 5 22 39 63 32

First Division

Pos Club P W D L GF GA Pts
1 Omagh Town 36 20 10 6 65 35 70
2 Ards 36 16 16 4 65 36 64
3 Limavady United 36 17 9 10 54 42 60
4 Bangor 36 16 9 11 60 49 57
5 Larne 36 15 9 12 56 53 54
6 Institute 36 14 9 13 59 53 51
7 Armagh City 36 10 10 16 50 61 40
8 Dungannon Swifts 36 9 8 19 43 62 35
9 Carrick Rangers 36 8 10 18 45 64 34
10 Ballyclare Comrades 36 8 4 24 39 81 28

References

  • Northern Ireland - List of final tables (RSSSF)

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