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2002–03 USM Alger season

In the 2002–03 season, USM Alger is competing in the Ligue 1 for the 23rd time, as well as the Algerian Cup. It is their 8th consecutive season in the top flight of Algerian football. They will be competing in Ligue 1, the CAF Champions League, t ...


2002–03 SK Rapid Wien season


2002–03 K.R.C. Genk season

Genk had a disappointing season and finished sixth, failing to qualify for any European competitions. They did accomplish the feat of making their debut in the Champions League group stages, but only picked up 4 points and finished bottom of thei ...


2002–03 PFC Cherno More Varna season

This page covers all relevant details regarding PFC Cherno More Varna for all official competitions inside the 2002–03 season. These are A Group and Bulgarian Cup.


2002–03 NK Dinamo Zagreb season

This article shows statistics of individual players for the football club Dinamo Zagreb It also lists all matches that Dinamo Zagreb played in the 2002–03 season.


2002–03 HNK Hajduk Split season

The 2002–03 season was the 92nd season in Hajduk Split ’s history and their 12th in the Prva HNL. Their second place finish in the 2001–02 season meant it was their 12th successive season playing in the Prva HNL.


2002–03 HNK Rijeka season

Competitive matches only. Appearances in brackets indicate numbers of times the player came on as a substitute.


2002–03 Colchester United F.C. season

The 2002–03 season was Colchester Uniteds 61st season in their history and their fifth successive season in the third tier of English football, the Second Division. Alongside competing in the Second Division, the club also participated in the FA ...


2002–03 Gateshead F.C. season

The 2002–03 season was Gatesheads fifth consecutive season in the Northern Premier League Premier Division since relegation from the Football Conference in 1998, and their 15th season in total since their reformation in 1977. Gateshead ended the ...


2002–03 Newport County A.F.C. season

The 2002–03 season was Newport Countys fourth consecutive season in the Southern League Premier Division. The club finished in 10th position in the league and reached their first FAW Premier Cup final.


2002–03 Yeovil Town F.C. season

The 2002–03 season was the 107th year in non-League football and sixth season since their return to the Football Conference played by Yeovil Town Football Club, an English football club based in Yeovil, Somerset. Yeovil started the season playing ...


2002–03 FA Premier League by team


2002–03 Football League First Division by team


2002–03 Football League Second Division by team


2002–03 Football League Third Division by team


2002–03 AJ Auxerre season

Auxerre missed out on only a second-ever league title by four points, finishing in sixth to qualify for the UEFA Cup. They were also knocked out of the Champions League in the first group stage, finishing behind Arsenal and Dortmund, and the UEFA ...


2002–03 SC Bastia season

French football club SC Bastias 2002–03 season. Finished 12th place in league. Top scorer of the season, including 10 goals in 10 league matches have been Florian Maurice. Was eliminated to Coupe de France end of 64, the Coupe de la Ligue was abl ...


2002–03 Olympique de Marseille season

Olympique de Marseille almost won the French League for the first time in 11 years, having a remarkable run to third place, having only scored five goals more than it conceded. The most praised player was central defender Daniel Van Buyten, who w ...


2002–03 Arminia Bielefeld season

Arminia Bielefeld played the 2002–03 season in the Bundesliga. They finished in 16th place, and were relegated from the Bundesliga for the sixth time in their history.


2002–03 Bayer 04 Leverkusen season

Bayer 04 Leverkusen had a shocking season, in which it went from being in the final of the UEFA Champions League the previous season, to finish 15th in Bundesliga, only just escaping relegation to the second tier. It also went out of the Champion ...


2002–03 FC Bayern Munich season

FC Bayern Munich won the Bundesliga and the German domestic cup, following a season without trophies in the year before. Despite the 16-point margin to the second-placed VfB Stuttgart in the Bundesliga, the season was not regarded as a complete s ...


2002–03 VfL Bochum season


2002–03 Borussia Dortmund season

Borussia Dortmund played the 2002–03 season in the Bundesliga. Dortmund failed to retain the Bundesliga title, also not reaching the playoffs of the Champions League, despite winning away from home against eventual champions Milan. Finishing thir ...


2002–03 Eintracht Frankfurt season

The 2002–03 Eintracht Frankfurt season was the 103rd season in the clubs football history. In 2002–03 the club played in the 2. Bundesliga, the second tier of German football. It was the clubs 4th season in the 2. Bundesliga. The season ended for ...


2002–03 Hamburger SV season

Hamburger SV nearly qualified for the Champions League, only just falling short to Borussia Dortmund. Given that HSV had been mired in the midfield for the last few seasons, the season was regarded as a successful one.


2002–03 1. FC Nurnberg season

The 2002–03 1. FC Nurnberg season happened between 10 August 2002 and 24 May 2003. Nurnberg were relegated after finishing the Bundesliga season in 17th place. Sasa Ciric finished the Bundesliga season tied for 12th place in goals scored with 12 ...


2002–03 FC Schalke 04 season

FC Schalke 04 had another disappointing season, in which it failed to qualify for the Champions League. New coach Frank Neubarth did not last long, and was sacked and replaced by captain Marc Wilmots in the dugout. Once again, goalscoring was at ...


2002–03 VfB Stuttgart season

VfB Stuttgart reached the UEFA Champions League for the first time in more than ten years, following a surprising runner-up position in Bundesliga. Coach Felix Magath was hailed as the man behind the success, in his second full season at the helm ...


2002–03 SV Werder Bremen season

SV Werder Bremen retained its 6th place in Bundesliga with a solid season, in spite of key players Frank Rost and Torsten Frings leaving prior to the season. Coach Thomas Schaaf bought Johan Micoud as replacement for Frings, with the French ex-Pa ...


2002–03 VfL Wolfsburg season

VfL Wolfsburg finished 8th in Bundesliga, qualifying for the UEFA Intertoto Cup. The club got into the spotlight signing Bayern Munich star Stefan Effenberg, who finished his career with a season in the Volkswagen-owned club. Elsewhere, Martin Pe ...


2002–03 Olympiacos F.C. season

The 2002–03 season is Olympiacos 42nd consecutive season in the Alpha Ethniki and their 6th consecutive season in the UEFA Champions League. In the beginning of the summertime Olympiacos named Greek Takis Lemonis coach.


2002–03 Panathinaikos F.C. season

In the 2002–2003 season, Panathinaikos played for 48th consecutive time in Greeces top division, Super League. They also competed in UEFA CUP and Greek Cup. Their season started with Sergio Markarian as team manager.


2002–03 PAOK F.C. season

The 2002–03 season was PAOK Football Clubs 77th in existence and the clubs 44th consecutive season in the top flight of Greek football. The team will enter the Greek Football Cup in the First round and will also enter in UEFA Cup starting from th ...


2002–03 C.D. Marathon season

The 2002–03 C.D. Marathon season in the Honduran football league was divided into two halves, Apertura and Clausura. Marathon was capable to win one tournament, having achieved the fourth championship in their history.


2002–03 Esteghlal F.C. season

The 2002–03 season are the Esteghlal Football Clubs 2nd season in the Iran Pro League, and their 9th consecutive season in the top division of Iranian football. They are also competing in the Hazfi Cup and AFC Champions League, and 58th year in e ...


2002–03 Persepolis F.C. season

The 2002–03 season was the Persepolis s 2nd season in the Pro League, and their 20th consecutive season in the top division of Iranian Football. They were also be competing in the Hazfi Cup & AFC Champions League. Persepolis was captained by Afsh ...


2002–03 Shelbourne F.C. season


2002–03 Atalanta B.C. season

Atalanta B.C. lost its momentum it had built in its first two Serie A seasons in its stint, eventually being relegated following a playoff against Reggina. The championship was such competitive than Atalanta was only four points away from repeati ...


2002–03 Bologna F.C. 1909 season

Bologna F.C. 1909 finished the season in 11th position in the Serie A table. In other competitions, Bologna reached the quarter finals of the Coppa Italia. Giuseppe Signori was top scorer for Bologna with 12 goals in all competitions.


2002–03 Brescia Calcio season

Abderrazzak Jadid. (Abderrazzak Джадид) Simone Del Nero. (Симоне Дель Неро) Roberto Baggio. (Роберто Баджо) Andrea Alberti. (Андреа Альберти) Igli Tare. (Игли Таре) Luca Toni. (Лука Тони) Massimiliano Caputo. (Массимилиано Капуто)


2002–03 A.C. ChievoVerona season

A.C. ChievoVerona played its second consecutive season in Serie A, and nearly equaled 5th place from the 2001-02 Serie A season. The clubs second season in the premier division was played without Christian Manfredini and Bernardo Corradi, both en ...


2002–03 Como Calcio season

Como Calcio finished the season in 17th position in the Serie A table and they relegated back to Serie B. In other competitions, Como reached the second round of the Coppa Italia. Nicola Amoruso and Fabio Pecchia was the top scorer for Como with ...


2002–03 Empoli F.C. season

Massimiliano Cappellini. (Массимилиано Каппеллини) Antonio Di Natale. (Антонио Ди Натале) Francesco Tavano. (Франческо Тавано) Luca Saudati. (Лука Saudati) Marco Borriello. (Марко Борриелло) Gaetano Grieco. (Гаэтано Грико) Tommaso Rocchi. (Томмаз ...


2002–03 Florentia Viola season

Florentia Viola was the newly founded club that replaced bankrupt A.C. Fiorentina in the Italian domestic league system. Playing at Stadio Artemio Franchi in Florence, Florentia retained the support Fiorentina had had, and set Serie C2 spectator ...


2002–03 Inter Milan season

For the Italian football club Inter Milan, the 2002–03 season marked its 94th in existence and its 87th consecutive season in the top flight of Italian football. The team finished second in Serie A and reached the semifinals of the UEFA Champions ...


2002–03 Juventus F.C. season

The 2002–03 season was Juventus Football Club s 105th in existence and 101st consecutive season in the top flight of Italian football. Juventus is a great success, with Marcello Lippi guiding the team to the scudetto for the second consecutive se ...


2002–03 S.S. Lazio season

The 2002–03 season was the 103rd season in Società Sportiva Lazio s history and their 15th consecutive season in the top-flight of Italian football. Under new manager Roberto Mancini, Lazio finished 4th in Serie A and reached the semi-finals of b ...


2002–03 U.S. Lecce season

2001–02 relegation brought Lecce in Serie B for an only year: Delio Rossis team was unbeaten for 17 games, from 14 September 2002 to 18 January 2003. They came at third place, getting an immediate promotion.


2002–03 A.C. Milan season

In 2002–03, Associazione Calcio Milan enjoyed a triumphant season, winning both the UEFA Champions League and the Coppa Italia. In their 6th conquest of Europes most prestigious competition, Milan defeated fierce rivals Juventus on penalties afte ...

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