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Team P W D L F/A Dif Pts
Sunderland 33 10 8 15 26/42 -16 38

Fixtures Subject to Change

2001

Saturday, 18 August:
Sunderland -- Ipswich Town (1-0)
1-0 (Kevin Phillips 38pen)

Wednesday, 22 August:
Fulham -- Sunderland (2-0)
1-0 (Barry Hayles 70)
2-0 (Louis Saha 85)

Sunday, 26 August:
Newcastle Utd -- Sunderland (1-1)
0-1 (Kevin Phillips 34)
1-1 (Craig Bellamy 43)

Saturday, 08 September:
Sunderland -- Blackburn Rovers (1-0)
1-0 (Niall Quinn 81)

Worthington Cup -- Second Round
Wednesday, 12 September:
Sheff Wed -- Sunderland (4-2aet)
1-0 (Ekoku 30)
1-1 (Phillips 43)
2-1 (Morrison 45pen)
2-2 (Laslandes 75)
3-2 (Di Piedi 92)
4-2 (Bonvin 105)

Sunday, 16 September:
Aston Villa -- Sunderland (0-0)

Wednesday, 19 September:
Sunderland -- Tottenham Hotspur (1-2)
0-1 (Christian Ziege 26)
0-2 (Teddy Sheringham 51)
1-2 (Kevin Phillips 79)

Saturday, 22 September:
Sunderland -- Charlton Athletic (2-2)
0-1 (Shaun Bartlett 11)
0-2 (Steve Brown 61)
1-2 (Niall Quinn 74)
2-2 (Niall Quinn 77)

Saturday, 29 September:
Bolton Wanderers -- Sunderland (0-2)
0-1 (Kevin Phillips 77)
0-2 (Jody Craddock 83)

Saturday, 13 October:
Sunderland -- Man. United (1-3)
0-1 (Stanislav Varga, own goal, 35)
0-2 (Ryan Giggs 59)
0-3 (Andy Cole 66)
1-3 (Kevin Phillips 83)

Monday, 22 October:
Middlesbrough -- Sunderland (2-0)
1-0 (Frank Queudrue 2)
2-0 (Alen Boksic 21)

Saturday, 27 October:
Sunderland -- Arsenal (1-1)
0-1 (Nwankwo Kanu 40)
1-1 (Stefan Schwarz 54)

Saturday, 03 November:
Leicester City -- Sunderland (1-0)
1-0 (Ade Akinbiyi 61)

Sunday, 18 November:
Sunderland -- Leeds United (2-0)
1-0 (Julio Arca 48)
2-0 (Kevin Phillips 55)

Sunday, 25 November:
Liverpool -- Sunderland (1-0)
1-0 (Emile Heskey 22)

Saturday, 01 December:
Sunderland -- West Ham Utd (1-0)
1-0 (Kevin Phillips 85)

Sunday, 09 December:
Sunderland -- Chelsea (0-0)

Saturday, 15 December:
Southampton -- Sunderland (2-0)
1-0 (Jody Craddock, own goal, 43)
2-0 (Marian Pahars 67)

Saturday, 22 December:
Sunderland -- Everton (1-0)
1-0 (Claudio Reyna 77)

Wednesday, 26 December:
Blackburn Rovers -- Sunderland (0-3)
0-1 (Niall Quinn 17)
0-2 (Niall Quinn 32)
0-3 (Kevin Kilbane 90)

Saturday, 29 December:
Ipswich Town -- Sunderland (5-0)
1-0 (Alun Armstrong 15)
2-0 (Thomas Gaardsoe 26)
3-0 (Alun Armstrong 27)
4-0 (Finidi George 31)
5-0 (Jamie Clapham 86)

2002

Tuesday, 01 January:
Sunderland -- Aston Villa (1-1)
0-1 (Ian Taylor 59)
1-1 (Emerson Thome 86)

FA Cup Third Round
Saturday, 5th January:
Sunderland -- West Brom (1-2)
1-0 (Kevin Phillips 12)
1-1 (Neil Clement 21pen)
1-2 (Andy Johnson 61)

Saturday, 12 January:
Everton -- Sunderland (1-0)
1-0 (Jesper Blomqvist 27)

Saturday, 19 January:
Sunderland -- Fulham (1-1)
0-1 (Steed Malbranque 15)
1-1 (Kevin Phillips 67)

Tuesday, 29 January:
Sunderland -- Middlesbrough (0-1)
0-1 (Noel Whelan 14)

Saturday, 02 February:
Man. United -- Sunderland (4-1)
1-0 (Phil Neville 6)
1-1 (Kevin Phillips 12)
2-1 (David Beckham 25)
3-1 (Ruud van Nistelrooy 28)
4-1 (Ruud van Nistelrooy 44pen)

Saturday, 09 February:
Derby County -- Sunderland (0-1)
0-1 (Niall Quinn 80)

Sunday, 24 February:
Sunderland -- Newcastle Utd (0-1)
0-1 (Nikos Dabizas 64)

Saturday, 02 March:
Tottenham Hotspur -- Sunderland (2-1)
1-0 (Gustavo Poyet 31)
1-1 (Patrick Mboma 45)
2-1 (Les Ferdinand 63)

Tuesday, 05 March:
Sunderland -- Bolton Wanderers (1-0)
1-0 (Jason McAteer 42)

Saturday, 16 March:
Chelsea -- Sunderland (4-0)
1-0 (William Gallas 24)
2-0 (Eidur Gudjohnsen 73)
3-0 (Mikael Forssell 84)
4-0 (Sam Dalla Bona 90)

Saturday, 23 March:
Sunderland -- Southampton (1-1)
1-0 (Jason McAteer 62)
1-1 (Jo Tessem 88)

Saturday, 30 March:
Arsenal -- Sunderland (3-0)
1-0 (Patrick Vieira 2)
2-0 (Dennis Bergkamp 4)
3-0 (Sylvain Wiltord 30)

Monday, 01 April:
Sunderland -- Leicester City (2-1)
1-0 (Claudio Reyna 3)
1-1 (Matt Elliott 9)
2-1 (Claudio Reyna 18)

Sunday, 07 April:
Leeds United -- Sunderland (-)

Saturday, 13 April:
Sunderland -- Liverpool (-)

Saturday, 20 April:
West Ham Utd -- Sunderland (-)

Saturday, 27 April:
Charlton Athletic -- Sunderland (-)

Saturday, 11 May:
Sunderland -- Derby County (-)

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Sunderland AFC
Stadium of Light
Sunderland
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Founded: 1879
Location: Sunderland
Ground: Stadium of Light
Capacity: 41,600

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Div 2 Winners [1] 1987/88

FA Cup [2] 1937, 1973

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