2003–04 Swiss Super League

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Swiss Super League
Season2003–04
ChampionsBasel
10th title
PromotedSchaffhausen
Vaduz
RelegatedNeuchâtel Xamax
Wil
Champions LeagueBasel
Young Boys
UEFA CupServette
UEFA Intertoto CupThun
Matches played180
Goals scored587 (3.26 per match)
Top goalscorerStéphane Chapuisat (23)
Biggest home winBasel 6–0 Servette
Basel 6–0 Neuchâtel Xamax
Biggest away winThun 0–4 Basel
Grasshopper 0–4 Basel
Highest scoringBasel 5–2 Grasshopper (7 goals)
Longest winning runBasel (19)
Longest unbeaten runBasel (19)
Longest winless runWil (8)
Longest losing runWil (8)
Average attendance8,990

The 2003–04 Swiss Super League season was the 107th season of top-division football in Switzerland.

Overview[edit]

It was contested by 10 teams, and FC Basel won the championship.

League standings[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Basel (C) 36 26 7 3 86 32 +54 85 Qualification to Champions League third qualifying round
2 Young Boys 36 22 6 8 75 48 +27 72 Qualification to Champions League second qualifying round
3 Servette 36 15 7 14 61 62 −1 52 Qualification to UEFA Cup second qualifying round
4 Zürich 36 14 8 14 58 52 +6 50
5 St. Gallen 36 14 8 14 54 57 −3 50
6 Thun 36 13 10 13 51 57 −6 49 Qualification to Intertoto Cup second round
7 Grasshopper Club Zürich 36 12 5 19 62 74 −12 41
8 Aarau 36 9 11 16 57 69 −12 38
9 Neuchâtel Xamax 36 10 6 20 46 63 −17 36 Qualification to relegation play-off
10 Wil (R) 36 7 8 21 37 73 −36 29 Relegation to Swiss Challenge League
Source: RSSSF
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.

Season statistics[edit]

Top goalscorers[edit]

Rank Player Club Goals[1]
1. Switzerland Stéphane Chapuisat Young Boys 23
2. Togo Mohamed Kader Servette 19
3. Brazil Leandro Fonseca Young Boys 17
Uruguay Richard Núñez Grasshoppers 17
Ghana Alex Tachie-Mensah St. Gallen 17
6. Romania Ionel Gane Grasshoppers 16
Argentina Christian Giménez Basel 16
8. Armenia Arthur Petrosyan Zürich 13
Switzerland Marco Streller Basel 13
10. Switzerland Rainer Bieli Aarau 12
Democratic Republic of the Congo Mobulu M'Futi Neuchâtel Xamax 12

References[edit]

  1. ^ Winkler, Pierre; Zea, Antonio; Schoenmakers, Jan. "Switzerland 2003/04". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. Retrieved 13 February 2012.

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