|Europa League|| Inter Baku |
|Goals scored||354 (2.46 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Nurlan Novruzov|
|Biggest home win||Inter Baku 7–0 Baku|
|Biggest away win||AZAL 0–4 Gabala|
|Highest scoring|| Inter Baku 7–0 Baku |
Simurq 5–2 Baku
Araz-Naxçıvan 3–0 Neftchi
(11 August 2014)
AZAL 1–1 Khazar Lankaran
(9 August 2014)
2015–16 →All statistics correct as of 9 March 2015.
The 2014–15 Azerbaijan Premier League was the 23rd season of Azerbaijan Premier League, the Azerbaijani professional league for association football clubs, since its establishment in 1992. Qarabağ are the defending champions, having won the previous season. The season started on 9 August 2014 and ended on 28 May 2015.
Ravan Baku were relegated to Azerbaijan First Division.
The format of the league not change as a total of 10 teams will contest the league, with the last club relegated and Araz-Naxçıvan promoted from the First Division.The competition format follows the usual double round-robin format. During the course of a season, which lasts from August to May, each club plays every other club four times, twice at home and twice away, for a total of 36 games.
On 3 November 2014, the Araz-Naxçıvan announced their withdrawal from the league due constant biased referee decisions, which meant that all of their results were annulled.This also meant that no club will be relegated by end of the season.
|Araz-Naxçıvan||Nakhchivan||Nakhchivan City Stadium||11,800|
|Baku||Baku||FC Baku's Training Base||2,000|
|Gabala||Gabala||Gabala City Stadium||8,000|
|Inter Baku||Baku||Inter Arena||10,000|
|Khazar Lankaran||Lankaran||Lankaran City Stadium||15,000|
|Neftchi Baku||Baku||Bakcell Arena||11,000|
|Qarabağ||Ağdam||Tofiq Bahramov Stadium||31,200|
|Simurq||Zaqatala||Zaqatala City Stadium||3,500|
|Sumgayit||Sumqayit||Kapital Bank Arena||16,000|
Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
|Team||Manager||Team captain||Kit manufacturer||Shirt sponsor|
|Team||Outgoing manager||Manner of departure||Date of vacancy||Position in table||Incoming manager||Date of appointment|
|Khazar Lankaran||Mutual consent||16 May 2014||Pre-season||5 June 2014|
|Gabala||23 May 2014||14 June 2014|
|Baku||24 July 2014||12 August 2014|
|Neftchi Baku||Resigned||3 September 2014||6th||4 September 2014|
|Gabala||Sacked||8 December 2014||6th||8 December 2014|
|Gabala||End of tenure as caretaker||21 December 2014||6th||21 December 2014|
|Khazar||Resigned||22 December 2014||5th||23 December 2014|
|1||Qarabağ (C)||32||20||8||4||51||28||+23||68||Qualification for Champions League second qualifying round|
|2||Inter Baku||32||17||12||3||55||20||+35||63||Qualification for Europa League first qualifying round|
|AZAL||Simurq||5–0||22 May 2015|
The Khazar Lankaran 2013-14 season is Khazar Lankaran's ninth Azerbaijan Premier League season. It is their first full season with John Toshack as manager. They started the season by competing in the 2013–14 UEFA Europa League, reaching the 2nd qualifying round, after defeating Sliema Wanderers, before losing 0-10 on aggregate to Maccabi Haifa. As runners up in the previous season Azerbaijan Cup, Khazar took part in the revamped Azerbaijan Supercup, emerging victorious against Neftchi Baku. They currently taking part in the 2013–14 Azerbaijan Cup and 2013–14 Azerbaijan Premier League.
The AZAL 2013–14 season was AZAL's ninth Azerbaijan Premier League season, in which they finished 8th in the League. They also participated in the Azerbaijan Cup, where they were defeated in the Second Round by Qarabağ. AZAL started the season under the management of Vagif Sadygov, but he was sacked on 16 March 2014 following their defeat to Neftchi Baku, and replaced the following day by former Neftchi Assistant Tarlan Ahmadov.
The Sumgayit 2013-14 season was Sumgayit's third Azerbaijan Premier League season. They finished 9th in the Premier League and the reached the Second Round of the Azerbaijan Cup where they were beaten by FK Baku. It is Agil Mammadov's first full season as manager.
The Gabala FC 2014-15 season is Gabala's tenth season and ninth Azerbaijan Premier League season.
The Neftchi Baku 2014–15 season was Neftchi Baku's 23rd Azerbaijan Premier League season. They started the season under manager Boyukagha Hajiyev, but he was replaced by Arif Asadov in September 2014. Neftchi finished 4th in the Azerbaijan Premier League, runners up in the 2014–15 Azerbaijan Cup, and reached the Play-off round of the 2014–15 UEFA Europa League.
The AZAL 2014–15 season is AZAL's tenth Azerbaijan Premier League season. They will participate in the League and the Azerbaijan Cup. It will be their first full season with Tarlan Ahmadov as their manager.
The Baku 2014-15 season is Baku's seventeenth Azerbaijan Premier League season. They will compete in the 2014–15 Azerbaijan Premier League and the 2014–15 Azerbaijan Cup. It is their second season with Milinko Pantić as their manager.
The Simurq 2014–15 season is Simurq's ninth Azerbaijan Premier League season. They will compete in the 2014–15 Azerbaijan Premier League and the 2014–15 Azerbaijan Cup. Giorgi Chikhradze left his position as manager on 16 July 2014.
The Qarabağ 2014-15 season was Qarabağ's 23rd Azerbaijan Premier League season, and their seventh season under manager Gurban Gurbanov. They completed a domestic double by defending their Premier League title and winning the Azerbaijan Cup. In Europe, Qarabağ were knocked out of the UEFA Champions League in the 3rd qualifying round by Red Bull Salzburg, resulting in them going into the Play-off round for the UEFA Europa League. In the Europa League, Qarabağ reached the Group Stages for the first time, where they finished third, behind Internazionale and Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk, and ahead of Saint-Étienne.
The Khazar Lankaran 2014-15 season is Khazar Lankaran's tenth Azerbaijan Premier League season. They will participate in the Premier League and the Azerbaijan Cup.
The Inter Baku 2014-15 season is Inter Baku's fourteenth Azerbaijan Premier League season, and their sixth season under manager Kakhaber Tskhadadze. They will compete in the 2014–15 UEFA Europa League, entering at the first qualifying round stage, the Azerbaijan Cup and the League.
The Araz-Naxçıvan 2014-15 season was to be Araz-Naxçıvan's second Azerbaijan Premier League season, and first since the 2000–01 season. However they failed to complete the season after withdrawing from the league after 10 rounds, on 17 November 2014, with all their contracted players becoming free agents.
The Sumgayit 2014-15 season is Sumgayit's fourth Azerbaijan Premier League season. They will also participate in the Azerbaijan Cup and it is their first season with Ilham Yadullayev as their manager.
The 2014–15 Azerbaijan Cup was the 23rd season of the annual cup competition in Azerbaijan. The final of the cup has been played on 3 June 2015.
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The Inter Baku 2015-16 season is Inter Baku's fifteenth Azerbaijan Premier League season, and their first season under manager Zaur Svanadze. They will compete in the 2015–16 UEFA Europa League, entering at the first qualifying round stage, the Azerbaijan Cup and the League.
The 2015–16 Azerbaijan Premier League was the 24th season of Azerbaijan Premier League, the Azerbaijani professional league for association football clubs, since its establishment in 1992. Qarabağ were the defending champions, having won the 2014–15 Azerbaijan season.
The Khazar Lankaran 2015-16 season is Khazar Lankaran's twelfth Azerbaijan Premier League season, and their first season under manager Elbrus Mammadov. They will compete in the Azerbaijan Cup and the League.
The Kapaz PFK 2015-16 season is Kapaz's fourth Azerbaijan Premier League season, and seventh season since their reformation in 2009. It is their first season with Shahin Diniyev as manager, during which they will participate in the Azerbaijan Cup as well as the League.
The Sumgayit FK 2015-16 season is Sumgayit's fifth Azerbaijan Premier League season, and sixth season in their history. They will participate in the Azerbaijan Cup as well as the League.