The 2001 season of the Montserrat Championship was the sixth recorded season of top flight association football competition in Montserrat, with records for any competition held between 1975 and 1995 not available, and the second iteration of the championship since the 1996–97 season was abandoned when the Soufrière Hills erupted causing widespread devastation to the island. The championship was won by the Royal Montserrat Police Force, their fourth title out of the five completed seasons to date.
|Champions||Royal Montserrat Police Force|
|Goals scored||130 (6.5 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Ottley Laborde - 21|
|1||Royal Montserrat Police Force (C)||8||7||1||0||49||6||+43||22|
|3||Montserrat Volcano Observatory Tremors||8||5||0||3||29||20||+9||15|
|4||Montserrat Secondary School||8||1||1||6||14||42||−28||4|
|5||Seventh Day Adventists Trendsetters||8||0||1||7||11||25||−14||1|
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
|1st||Ottley Laborde||Royal Montserrat Police Force||21|
|2nd||Mark Stephany||Royal Montserrat Police Force||13|
|3rd||Neil Jones||Montserrat Volcano Observatory Tremors||6|
At the prize-giving ceremony, five prizes were awarded as follows:
- League Winners: Police
- Most Improved Team: MSS
- Most Disciplined Team: Police
- Fair Play: Ideal
- Most Improved Player: Kelvin Ponde
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