League Summary

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Köln3419698447+376349,565Simon Terodde - 29Timo HornPromoted
2Paderborn 073416997650+265711,506Philipp Klement - 16Leopold ZingerlePromoted
3Union Berlin34141555433+215721,200Sebastian Andersson - 12Rafał Gikiewicz→ German 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs
4Hamburger SV34168104542+35648,864Pierre-Michel Lasogga - 13Julian Pollersbeck
5Heidenheim34151095545+105511,332Robert Glatzel - 13Kevin Müller
6Holstein Kiel341310116051+9499,880Janni Serra - 10Kenneth Kronholm
7Arminia Bielefeld341310115250+24919,126Fabian Klos - 17Stefan Ortega
8Jahn Regensburg34121395554+14911,377Sargis Adamyan - 15Philipp Pentke
9St. Pauli34147134653-74929,503Dimitris Diamantakos - 7Robin Himmelmann
10Darmstadt 9834137144553-84613,367Serdar Dursun - 11Daniel Heuer Fernandes
11Bochum341111124950-14417,662Lukas Hinterseer - 18Manuel Riemann
12Dynamo Dresden34119144148-74228,434Moussa Koné - 9Markus Schubert
13Greuther Fürth341012123756-194210,268Daniel Keita-Ruel - 10Sascha Burchert
14Erzgebirge Aue34117164347-44010,222Pascal Testroet - 15Martin Männel
15Sandhausen34911144552-7386,994Andrew Wooten - 18Marcel Schuhen
16Ingolstadt 043498174355-12359,003Sonny Kittel - 10Philipp Tschauner→ German 2/3 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs
17Magdeburg34613153553-183120,224Christian Beck - 10Alexander BrunstRelegated
18MSV Duisburg34610183965-262815,385Kevin Wolze - 9Felix Wiedwald, Daniel MesenhölerRelegated

German 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs

May 23
Union Berlin
May 27
Union Berlin
Union Berlin won on away goals, after aggregate score was tied and promoted to Bundesliga.
Stuttgart relegated to 2. Bundesliga.

German 2/3 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs

May 24
Ingolstadt 04
May 28
Ingolstadt 04
Wehen won on away goals, after aggregate score was tied and promoted to 2. Bundesliga.
Ingolstadt 04 relegated to 3. Liga.



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