Football : Season Details : 2002

Final English Top Division Football (soccer) Table and Cup Final(s)

Position Club Points History Notes
1  Arsenal  87 2-76  FAC-W 
2  Liverpool  80 4-40  
3  Manchester United  77 6-27  
4  Newcastle United  71 5-9  
5  Leeds United  66 6-12  
6  Chelsea  64 7-13  FAC-F 
7  West Ham United  53 5-9  
8  Aston Villa  50 5-14  
9  Tottenham Hotspur  50 5-24  LC-F 
10  Blackburn Rovers  46 5-1  LC-W 
11  Southampton  45 2-24  
12  Middlesbrough  45 8-4  
13  Fulham  44 3-1  
14  Charlton Athletic  44 4-2  
15  Everton  43 3-48  
16  Bolton Wanderers  40 10-1  
17  Sunderland  40 7-3  
18  Ipswich Town  36 4-2  
19  Derby County  30 7-6  
20  Leicester City  28 10-6  

Legend and Abbreviations
Points: 3 for a win : 1 for a draw. Clubs: Blue Qualified for Europe Red Relegated Green Qualified for Europe and Relegated
History is in the form A-B:
 A is the number of occasions that the club has been in the Top Division. 
B is the current number of consecutive seasons in the Top Division.
Notes: FAC FA Cup; LC League Cup; W Winners - F Finalists


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League Cup Final Blackburn Rovers 2 Tottenham Hotspur 1
FA Cup Final Arsenal 2 Chelsea 0

European Cup Final Real Madrid 2 Bayer Leverkusen 1
UEFA Cup Final Feyenoord 3 Borussia Dortmund 2


History

The final of the League Cup was played in Cardiff with the stadium's roof closed: the first domestic final played under cover.

The FA Cup final between Arsenal and Chelsea was the fifth all-London final.

Arsenal became the second club to complete the League and FA Cup double three times. They became the first club since 1889 to complete a season without a defeat away from home and the first Top Division club to score in every League match. Arsenal also equalled the record of 13 consecutive wins in the Top Division.

Ipswich Town were relegated and also qualified for the UEFA Cup because of their disciplinary record.

A new rule allowed goalkeepers to run with the ball as long as they release it before 6 seconds.


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The 2002 World Cup in Japan and South Korea
Brazil win the 17th World Cup.


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