The 2014–15 Pakistan Premier League is the 60th season of Pakistan domestic football and the 11th season of the Pakistan Premier League. The league began on 20 September 2014. Khan Research Laboratories were the defending champions, having won the league championship for the last three seasons.
|Dates||22 October 2014 – 21 January 2015|
1st Premier League title
1st Pakistani title
|Goals scored||308 (2.33 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Muhammad Rasool (22)|
|Biggest home win||WAPDA 6–0 Baloch Quetta|
(27 October 2014)
|Biggest away win||Baloch Quetta 0–9 Pakistan Air Force|
(18 November 2014)
|Highest scoring||Baloch Quetta 0–9 Pakistan Air Force|
(18 November 2014)
|Longest winning run||9 games|
|Longest unbeaten run||9 games|
|Longest winless run||18 games|
|Longest losing run||8 games|
The season also sees the league reduce to 12 teams from 16 after six sides were relegated in the previous season with two promoted.
Location and stadiaEdit
|Afghan Chaman||Chaman||Jamal Nasir Stadium||12,000|
|Baloch Quetta||Quetta||Sadiq Shaheed Stadium||5,000|
|K-Electric||Karachi||Peoples Football Stadium||30,000|
|Karachi Port Trust||Karachi||Karachi Port Trust Stadium||6,000|
|Khan Research Laboratories||Rawalpindi||KRL Stadium||8,000|
|Muslim||Quetta||Sadiq Shaheed Stadium||5,000|
|National Bank||Karachi||Karachi Port Trust Stadium||6,000|
|Pakistan Airforce||Peshawar||PAF Complex||1,000|
|Pakistan Army||Rawalpindi||Army Stadium||7,000|
|Pakistan Railways||Lahore||Railway Stadium||3,000|
|Pakistan Airlines||Karachi||Korangi Baloch Stadium||5,000|
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Qualification or relegation|
|1||K-Electric (C)||22||15||3||4||43||20||+23||48||Qualification to AFC Cup qualifying round|
|3||Pakistan Air Force||22||12||6||4||38||14||+24||42|
|6||Khan Research Laboratories||22||8||7||7||19||16||+3||31|
|8||Karachi Port Trust||22||9||2||11||29||28||+1||29|
|11||Pakistan Railways (R)||22||1||7||14||13||25||−12||10||Relegation|
|12||Baloch Quetta (R)||22||0||4||18||6||64||−58||4|
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated
- Fastest goal in a match: 50 seconds – Zahid Majeed for Pakistan Airlines against K-Electric (30 September 2014)
- First hat-trick of the season: Muhammad Asif for National Bank against Karachi Port Trust (30 September 2014)
- Widest winning margin: 5 goals – Afghan Chaman 6–1 Baloch Quetta (2 November 2014)
- Team with most goals scored: 43 goals – K-Electric
- Team with fewest goals scored: 6 goals – Baloch Quetta
- Team with fewest goals conceded: 7 goals – Pakistan Army
- Team with most goals conceded: 64 goals – Baloch Quetta
|2||Muhammad Mujahid||Pakistan Airforce||12|
|Muhammad Asif||National Bank|
|4||Mansoor Khan||Pakistan Airforce||11|
|5||Muhammad Sarfaraz||Pakistan Army||9|
|6||Zeeshan Ali||Pakistan Airlines||8|
|Muhammad Hanif||Muslim||Baloch Quetta||3–0||21 September 2014|||
|Muhammad Asif 4||Karachi Port Trust||National Bank||4–0||30 September 2014|||
|Arif Mehmood||WAPDA||Baloch Quetta||6–0||27 October 2014|||
|Jadeed Khan||Afghan Chaman||Baloch Quetta||6–1||2 November 2014|||
|Muhammad Rasool||K-Electric||Pakistan Railways||5–2||20 November 2014|||
|Muhammad Rasool||K-Electric||Muslim||5–1||18 December 2014|||
|Muhammad Mujahid 4||Pakistan Airforce||Baloch Quetta||9–0||20 December 2014|||
|Mansoor Khan||Pakistan Airforce||Baloch Quetta||9–0||20 December 2014|||
4 Player scored four goals
Note: Baloch Quetta played with only 7 players on 2 November 2014 against Afghan Chaman, as most of the players returned home after losing several family members in 2014 Quetta Airbase attack, Pakistan Football Federation did not rescheduled the match, which earned them the negative criticism. Baloch Quetta lost the match 6–1.
Following is the list of annual award winners.
|Top scorer||Muhammad Rasool||K-Electric|
|Best goalkeeper||Muzammil Hussain||WAPDA|
|Best Player of the Season
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