Primera División Peruana 2001

Primera División Peruana 2001

The 2001 season of the Primera División Peruana, the top category of Peruvian football (soccer), was played by 12 teams. The national champion was Alianza Lima.

The national championship was divided into two half-year tournaments, the Torneo Apertura and the Torneo Clausura. Each was played on a home-and-away round-robin basis. The winners of each would play for the national title in a playoff. If the same club had won both tournaments, it would have won the national championship automatically.

Following-season Copa Libertadores berths went to each half-year tournament winner, and the winner of a playoff between the second placed teams in each half. The bottom team on the aggregate table was relegated, while the eleventh place would hold a relegation/promotion playoff against the winner of the Segunda División (Second Division), but a playoff had to be played between the 10th and 11th teams since both obtained the same number of points (goal difference did not count as a tie-breaker). Playoffs also had to be played for each half-year title, following ties in points between the top two.


Torneo Apertura

11th place playoff

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team1 = Juan Aurich |score = 2–1 (AET)|report= |team2 = Deportivo Wanka|goals1= N. Álvarez 35' A. Torres 110'|goals2 = R. Dolorier 9' |stadium = Estadio Nacional, Lima
Deportivo Wanka to Relegation/Promotion playoff

Relegation/Promotion playoff

----footballbox | date = December 29, 2001
team1 = Deportivo Wanka |score = 1–0 (AET)|report= |team2 = Alcides Vigo|goals1= J. Ramírez 99'|goals2 = |stadium = Estadio Nacional, Lima
Deportivo Wanka remained in Primera División Peruana


*Deportivo Bolito promoted to Primera División 2002
**Deportivo Bolito (Tacna) won the Copa Perú 2001 after defeating Universidad César Vallejo (Trujillo) in the three-legged final: 1-2 loss away, 2-0 win at home, 3-3 (3-1 penalty shootout) in Lima. Founded as Coronel Bolognesi's youth club, it would take its parent team's name for the 2002 season.

Top scorers

;21 goals
*Jorge Ramírez (Deportivo Wanka);19 goals
*Paul Cominges (Estudiantes de Medicina);18 goals
*Johan Fano (Unión Minas, Sport Boys);17 goals
*Jorge Soto (Sporting Cristal);16 goals
*Luis A. Bonnet (Sporting Cristal)
*Pedro Ascoy (Juan Aurich)


External links

* [ Peru 2001 season] Details on RSSSF

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