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EURO 2016: table and fixtures


Relegation


Team GP W D L GF GA
St. Andrews 1 1 0 0 2 1
Senglea Athletics 1 0 0 1 1 2

Second stage


# Team GP Pts W D L Progress GF GA
1 Valletta 33 53 25 4 4 69 27
2 Hibernians 33 49 22 8 3 85 33
3 Birkirkara 33 47 20 8 5 64 29
4 Balzan 33 44 20 6 7 69 33
5 Floriana 33 39 18 4 11 60 42
6 Tarxien 33 35 15 8 10 59 31
7 Sliema 33 30 12 6 15 49 51
8 Pembroke 33 24 10 6 17 48 61
9 Mosta 33 22 10 7 16 42 60
10 St. Andrews 33 13 4 3 26 32 90
11 Naxxar Lions 33 12 5 4 24 29 95
12 Qormi 33 9 3 4 26 26 80
  • Mosta: -15 points (Competition rule)
  • St. Andrews: -2 points (Competition rule)
  • Balzan: -22 points (Competition rule)
  • Naxxar Lions: -7 points (Competition rule)
  • Pembroke: -12 points (Competition rule)
  • Tarxien: -18 points (Competition rule)
  • Hibernians: -25 points (Competition rule)
  • Qormi: -4 points (Competition rule)
  • Floriana: -19 points (Competition rule)
  • Sliema: -12 points (Competition rule)
  • Valletta: -26 points (Competition rule)
  • Birkirkara: -21 points (Competition rule)

First stage


# Team GP Pts W D L Progress GF GA
1 Valletta 22 53 17 2 3 49 21
2 Hibernians 22 50 15 5 2 53 25
3 Balzan 22 45 14 3 5 42 21
4 Birkirkara 22 42 12 6 4 41 20
5 Floriana 22 39 12 3 7 36 25
6 Tarxien 22 37 10 7 5 37 17
7 Mosta 22 30 8 6 8 29 33
8 Pembroke 22 25 7 4 11 33 39
9 Sliema 22 24 7 3 12 31 36
10 Naxxar Lions 22 14 4 2 16 22 54
11 Qormi 22 9 2 3 17 19 49
12 St. Andrews 22 5 1 2 19 14 66

The Maltese Premier League, known as BOV Premier League for sponsorship reasons (colloquially known as Il-Kampjonat, Il-Lig, or Il-Premjer), is the top level league for football in Malta. The league was first competed in 1909. In the Maltese football system, there are three divisions under the Premier League, they are; the First, Second and Third divisions.

Prior to 1980, the top level of the Maltese Football League was known as the First Division; however, it was renamed the Premier League and has stayed so since, with the First Division (formerly known as the Second Division) one level lower.

At the end of the 2012–13 season, UEFA ranked the Maltese Premier League 44th out of 53 members in their coefficient calculation for UEFA club competitions.

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