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League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Wolfsburg221822568+48561,689Pernille Harder - 17Almuth Schult→ UEFA Women's Champions League via league finish
2Bayern Munich2217236215+4753690Fridolina Rolfö - 9Manuela Zinsberger→ UEFA Women's Champions League via league finish
3Freiburg2215345015+35481,020Lina Magull - 12Laura Benkarth
4Turbine Potsdam2213635021+29451,414Svenja Huth - 8Lisa Schmitz
5Essen2212374330+13391,095Linda Dallmann - 12Lisa Weiß
6FFC Frankfurt22101112925+4311,291Jackie Groenen - 6Bryane Heaberlin
7Sand2293103234-230648Nina Burger - 10Carina Schlüter
8Hoffenheim2281132232-1025744Fabienne Dongus, Tabea Waßmuth... - 3Friederike Abt
9MSV Duisburg2260161633-1718523Kathleen Radtke - 4Lena Nuding
10Werder Bremen2235142659-3314358Nina Lührßen, Verena Volkmer... - 3Anneke Borbe
11Köln223217878-7011340Amber Hearn - 4Anne-Kathrine KremerRelegated
12USV Jena2224161256-4410359Amelia Pietrangelo - 4Justien OdeursRelegated

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