League Summary

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Fortuna Düsseldorf3419695744+136328,690Rouwen Hennings - 13Raphael WolfPromoted
2Nürnberg3417986139+226030,558Hanno Behrens - 14Fabian BredlowPromoted
3Holstein Kiel34141467144+275610,524Marvin Ducksch - 18Kenneth Kronholm→ German 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs
4Arminia Bielefeld341212105147+44818,002Andreas Voglsammer - 13Stefan Ortega
5Jahn Regensburg3414614535304811,067Marco Grüttner - 13Philipp Pentke
6Bochum34139123740-34816,738Lukas Hinterseer - 14Manuel Riemann
7MSV Duisburg34139125256-44816,633Borys Tashchy - 11Mark Flekken
8Union Berlin341211115446+84721,267Steven Skrzybski - 14Jakob Busk
9Ingolstadt 0434129134745+24510,239Sonny Kittel - 10Ørjan Nyland
10Darmstadt 98341013114745+24315,964Tobias Kempe - 11Daniel Heuer Fernandes
11Sandhausen341110133533+2436,488Lucas Höler - 7Marcel Schuhen
12St. Pauli341110133548-134329,352Sami Allagui, Aziz Bouhaddouz... - 4Robin Himmelmann
13Heidenheim34119145056-64211,444John Verhoek - 10Kevin Müller
14Dynamo Dresden34118154252-104128,017Lucas Röser - 9Marvin Schwäbe
15Greuther Fürth341010143748-11409,476Khaled Narey - 6Sascha Burchert
16Erzgebirge Aue341010143549-14408,968Pascal Köpke - 10Martin Männel→ German 2/3 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs
17Eintracht Braunschweig34815113743-63920,545Suleiman Abdullahi - 7Jasmin FejzićRelegated
18Kaiserslautern3498174255-133522,504Sebastian Andersson - 12Marius MüllerRelegated

German 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs

May 17
Holstein Kiel
May 21
Holstein Kiel
Wolfsburg won on aggregate score over two legs and remained in Bundesliga.
Holstein Kiel remained in 2. Bundesliga.

German 2/3 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs

May 18
Erzgebirge Aue
May 22
Erzgebirge Aue
Erzgebirge Aue won on aggregate score over two legs and remained in 2. Bundesliga.
Karlsruher remained in 3. Liga.


Red Cards
1. Kaan AyhanFortuna Düsseldorf 2
Dennis KempeErzgebirge Aue 2
Benjamin KesselKaiserslautern 2
4. Asger SørensenJahn Regensburg 1
Maximilian SauerEintracht Braunschweig 1
Cenk ŞahinSt. Pauli 1
Matti LangerGreuther Fürth 1
Tim KisterSandhausen 1
Grischa PrömelUnion Berlin 1
Fabian HollandDarmstadt 98 1
Sami AllaguiSt. Pauli 1
Haris DuljevićDynamo Dresden 1
Lukas FrödeMSV Duisburg 1
Dimitrij NazarovErzgebirge Aue 1
Marius MüllerKaiserslautern 1
Thomas EisfeldBochum 1
Anthony LosillaBochum 1
Nils TeixeiraArminia Bielefeld 1
Jan-Ingwer Callsen-BrackerKaiserslautern 1
Brian BehrendtArminia Bielefeld 1
Bernd NehrigSt. Pauli 1
Marvin FriedrichUnion Berlin 1
Quirin MollEintracht Braunschweig 1
Johannes WurtzBochum 1
Marcel GausIngolstadt 04 1
Patrick HerrmannHolstein Kiel 1
Salim KhelifiEintracht Braunschweig 1
Philip HeiseDynamo Dresden 1
Mirko BolandEintracht Braunschweig 1
Lukas SpalvisKaiserslautern 1
Dominik SchmidtHolstein Kiel 1
Aziz BouhaddouzSt. Pauli 1
Marco HartmannDynamo Dresden 1
Philipp HosinerUnion Berlin 1
Toni LeistnerUnion Berlin 1
Edgar SalliNürnberg 1
Richard Sukuta-PasuSandhausen 1
Mathias WittekHeidenheim 1
David KinsombiHolstein Kiel 1
Immanuel HöhnDarmstadt 98 1
Almog CohenIngolstadt 04 1
Kevin KrausHeidenheim 1
Lukas HinterseerBochum 1


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