League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Wolfsburg6600262+24181,774Pernille Harder - 7Hedvig Lindahl
2Hoffenheim7601266+2018857Tabea Waßmuth - 6Martina Tufeković
3Bayern Munich6402164+1212617Linda Dallmann, Jovana Damnjanović - 3Laura Benkarth
4Essen64021413+1121,309Lea Schüller - 5Josephine Plehn, Jil Strüngmann
5FFC Frankfurt640211110121,773Shekiera Martinez, Laura Feiersinger... - 2Bryane Heaberlin
6Sand631287+1101,091Franziska Fiebig - 3Manon Klett
7Freiburg6213813-571,628Rebecca Knaak - 3Merle Frohms
8Turbine Potsdam62041416-261,634Lara Prašnikar - 5Vanessa Fischer
9Leverkusen7205814-66423Ivana Rudelic - 3Anna Klink
10Köln6114515-104825Eunice Beckmann - 2Elvira Herzog
11MSV Duisburg6105516-113484Antonia Halverkamps, Kathleen Radtke... - 1Carolin-Sophie Härling
12USV Jena6015933-241430Karla Gorlitz, Christin Meyer - 2Sarah Hornschuch

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