League Summary

Regular Season

Regular Season Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Olympiacos3024516416+487720,965Rafik Djebbour - 20Roy Carroll→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2PAOK3018844619+276210,673Stefanos Athanasiadis - 13Panagiotis Glykos→ European Competition Playoffs
3Asteras Tripoli3017584125+16562,102Emanuel Perrone - 9Márton Fülöp→ European Competition Playoffs
4Atromitos30111362622+4462,312Sokratis Fytanidis, Luiz Eduardo Santana Brito... - 3Charles Itandje→ European Competition Playoffs
5PAS Giannina30128102824+4441,944Brana Ilić - 9Karim Fegrouche→ European Competition Playoffs
6Panathinaikos30101283230+2408,042Toché - 9Orestis Karnezis2-point deduction; ineligible for continental competition 1, → 6th Place Playoff
6Skoda Xanthi301010102826+2401,395Benjamin Onwuachi - 5Lontiguen Juri→ UEFA Europa League via league finish 2, → 6th Place Playoff
8Panionios30113163542-7361,946Christos Aravidis - 8Kostas Peristeridis
9Platanias30106142942-13362,585Ilias Anastasakos - 7Fotis Kipouros
10Panthrakikos30106142933-4361,563Dimitris Papadopoulos - 11Dimitrios Koutsopoulos
11Levadiakos3097142135-14341,136Stylianos Vasileiou - 7Dimitris Kyriakidis
12Veria3089133035-5332,085Michael Olaitan - 7Jonathan López
13Aris30712113240-8338,121David Aganzo - 9Marcos Vellidis
14OFI Crete3088143346-13322,201Thanasis Papazoglou - 8Gounaridis Stefanos
15AEK Athens3086162135-14279,746Taxiarchis Fountas - 4Dimitrios Konstantopoulos3-point deduction 3, Relegated 4
16Kerkyra3048181641-2520523Leonidas Kyvelidis - 5Nikolaos AnastasopoulosRelegated

European Competition Playoffs

European Competition Playoffs Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1PAOK630377013Began with 4 points, → UEFA Champions League via league finish
2Atromitos632185+311→ UEFA Europa League via league finish 1
3Asteras Tripoli621367-19Began with 2 points, → UEFA Europa League via league finish
4PAS Giannina621368-27Ineligible for continental competition 2

6th Place Playoff

Panathinaikos won match in normal time.

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