League Summary

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Bayern Munich3428428017+638875,000Robert Lewandowski - 30Manuel Neuer→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2Borussia Dortmund3424648234+487881,178Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang - 25Roman Bürki→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
3Bayer Leverkusen34186105640+166029,085Javier Hernández - 17Bernd Leno→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
4Borussia Mönchengladbach34174136750+175551,715Raffael - 13Yann Sommer→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
5Schalke 0434157125149+25261,386Klaas-Jan Huntelaar - 12Ralf Fährmann→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
6Mainz 0534148124642+45031,053Yunus Mallı - 11Loris Karius→ UEFA Europa League via league finish 1
7Hertha BSC3414812424205049,704Salomon Kalou - 14Rune Jarstein→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
8Wolfsburg34129134749-24528,945André Schürrle - 9Diego Benaglio
9Köln341013113842-44348,676Anthony Modeste - 15Timo Horn
10Hamburger SV34118154046-64141,246Nicolai Müller - 9René Adler
11Ingolstadt 04341010143342-94014,834Moritz Hartmann - 12Ramazan Özcan
12Augsburg34911144252-103829,017Koo Ja-cheol - 8Marwin Hitz
13Werder Bremen34108165065-153840,935Claudio Pizarro - 14Felix Wiedwald
14Darmstadt 9834911143853-153816,647Sandro Wagner - 14Christian Mathenia
15Hoffenheim34910153954-153727,615Kevin Volland, Mark Uth - 8Oliver Baumann
16Eintracht Frankfurt3499163452-183646,676Alexander Meier - 12Lukáš Hrádecký→ German 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs
17Stuttgart3496195075-253351,983Daniel Didavi - 13Przemysław TytońRelegated
18Hannover 963474233162-312541,246Artur Sobiech - 7Ron-Robert ZielerRelegated

German 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs

May 19
Eint Frankfurt
May 23
Eint Frankfurt
Eint Frankfurt won on aggregate score over two legs and remained in Bundesliga.
Nürnberg remained in 2. Bundesliga.



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