League Summary

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Wolfsburg2217325614+42541,722Alexandra Popp - 8Almuth Schult→ UEFA Women's Champions League via league finish
2Bayern Munich2217143615+2152756Vivianne Miedema - 14Tinja-Riikka Korpela→ UEFA Women's Champions League via league finish
3Turbine Potsdam2216244216+26501,945Tabea Kemme - 10Lisa Schmitz
4Freiburg2214534520+2547791Hasret Kayikci - 12Laura Benkarth
5FFC Frankfurt2210754028+12371,415Mandy Islacker - 19Desirée Schumann
6Essen229583830+8321,260Lea Schüller - 8Lisa Weiß
7Hoffenheim2293102323030880Dóra Zeller - 4Martina Tufeković
8Sand2283112923+627756Nina Burger - 7Carina Schlüter
9USV Jena2252151934-1517523Lucie Voňková - 6Kathrin Längert
10MSV Duisburg2244141949-3016670Rahel Kiwic - 6Lena Nuding
11Bayer Leverkusen2223171653-379388Merle Barth - 4Anna KlinkRelegated
12Borussia Mönchengladbach222020866-586250Mona Lohmann, Kelly Simons - 2Christina BellinghovenRelegated

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