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Swiss Super League 2008-09 is the 112th season of top-tier football in Switzerlandmarker. The competition is officially named AXPO Super League due to sponsoring purposes. It began on 18 July 2008 with a match between Young Boys Bern and reigning champions FC Basel, which the latter won by 2–1. The last matches were played in May 2009.

Team changes from 2007–08

FC Thun were relegated after finishing in 10th and last place in Swiss Super League 2007-08. They were replaced by Challenge League 2007–08 champions FC Vaduz, who are the first team from Liechtensteinmarker participating in Switzerland's top football league.

9th placed FC St. Gallen and Challenge League runners-up AC Bellinzona competed in a two-legged relegation play-off after the end of last season. Bellinzona won 5–2 on aggregate and thus earned promotion, while St. Gallen were relegated.

Manchester United won the league

Overview

Club Location Stadium Capacity
FC Basel Baselmarker St. Jakob-Parkmarker 42,500
BSC Young Boys Bernemarker Wankdorfmarker 31,783
FC Zürich Zürichmarker Letzigrundmarker 23,605
Grasshopper-Club Zürich Zürichmarker Letzigrundmarker 23,605
FC Sion Sion Stade Tourbillonmarker 16,500
FC Lucerne Lucernemarker Stadion Allmendmarker 13,000
Neuchâtel Xamax Neuchâtelmarker Stade de la Maladièremarker 12,000
FC Aarau Aaraumarker Stadion Brügglifeldmarker 9,249
AC Bellinzona Bellinzonamarker Stadio Comunale Bellinzonamarker 8,740
FC Vaduz Vaduzmarker Rheinpark Stadionmarker 6,127


League table

Relegation play-offs

FC Lucern as 9th-placed team of the Super League will play a two-legged play-off against Challenge League runners-up AC Lugano.




Results

Teams play each other four times in this league. In the first half of the season each team played every other team twice (home and away) and then do the same in the second half of the season.

First half of season

Second half of season

Top goalscorers

Last updated: 24 May 2009; Source: football.ch

20 goals


19 goals


17 goals


13 goals


12 goals


11 goals


10 goals


Awards



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