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League Summary

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Greuther Fürth34201047327+467010,909Olivier Occéan - 17Max GrünPromoted
2Eintracht Frankfurt3420867633+436837,641Alexander Meier - 17Oka NikolovPromoted
3Fortuna Düsseldorf34161446435+296231,900Sascha Rösler - 13Michael Ratajczak→ German 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs
4St. Pauli3418885934+256223,220Max Kruse - 13Philipp Tschauner
5Paderborn 0734171075142+96110,248Nick Proschwitz - 17Lukas Kruse
61860 Munich34176116246+165722,898Kevin Volland - 13Gábor Király
7Union Berlin34146145558-34816,124Sílvio, Simon Terodde - 8Jan Glinker
8Eintracht Braunschweig34101593735+24521,396Dennis Kruppke, Domi Kumbela - 10Daniel Davari
9Dynamo Dresden34129135052-24524,848Zlatko Dedić - 13Wolfgang Hesl, Benjamin Kirsten
10MSV Duisburg34109154247-53913,461Branimir Bajić - 6Felix Wiedwald
11Bochum34107174155-143713,756Takashi Inui - 7Andreas Luthe
12Ingolstadt 0434813134358-15377,563Stefan Leitl, Edson Buddle - 6Ramazan Özcan
13FSV Frankfurt34714134359-16357,931Iliyan Mitsanski - 9Patric Klandt
14Energie Cottbus34811153049-193511,272Dimitar Rangelov - 12Thorsten Kirschbaum
15Erzgebirge Aue34811153155-24359,355Ronny König - 9Martin Männel
16Karlsruher3496193460-263315,173Aleksandre Iashvili - 8Dirk Orlishausen→ German 2/3 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs
17Alemannia Aachen34613153047-173118,612Benjamin Auer - 6Boy WatermanRelegated
18Hansa Rostock34512173463-292714,053Marek Mintál - 6Kevin MüllerRelegated

German 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs

Düsseldorf won on aggregate score over two legs and promoted to Bundesliga.
Hertha BSC relegated to 2. Bundesliga.

German 2/3 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs

Jahn R'burg won on away goals, after aggregate score was tied and promoted to 2. Bundesliga.
Karlsruher relegated to 3. Liga.

Leaders

Red Cards
1. Philipp BönigBochum 3
2. Stefan Buck1860 Munich 2
Kai Bülow1860 Munich 2
RogerEnergie Cottbus 2
Vasileios PliatsikasMSV Duisburg 2
Manuel JunglasAlemannia Aachen 2
Adli LachhebErzgebirge Aue 2
8. Faton ToskiBochum 1
Marc HenselErzgebirge Aue 1
Tom WeilandtHansa Rostock 1
Stephan GuscheHansa Rostock 1
Sergiu RaduAlemannia Aachen 1
Marino BiliškovIngolstadt 04 1
Andreas LambertzFortuna Düsseldorf 1
Pierre le BeauErzgebirge Aue 1
GledsonFSV Frankfurt 1
Stephan FürstnerGreuther Fürth 1
Michael WiemannHansa Rostock 1
Seyi OlajengbesiAlemannia Aachen 1
Paul FreierBochum 1
Asen KaraslavovGreuther Fürth 1
Delron BuckleyKarlsruher 1
Maurice TrappUnion Berlin 1
Albert StreitAlemannia Aachen 1
Constant DjakpaEintracht Frankfurt 1
Benjamin KesselEintracht Braunschweig 1
Denis BergerBochum 1
Alexander MeierEintracht Frankfurt 1
Robert KochDynamo Dresden 1
Edgar PribGreuther Fürth 1
Cristian FiélDynamo Dresden 1
Enis AlushiPaderborn 07 1
Domi KumbelaEintracht Braunschweig 1
Daniel AdlungEnergie Cottbus 1
Sebastian SchachtenSt. Pauli 1
Milorad PekovićGreuther Fürth 1
Dimitar RangelovEnergie Cottbus 1
Konstantin EngelEnergie Cottbus 1
Sascha RöslerFortuna Düsseldorf 1
Christoph MenzUnion Berlin 1
Džemal BerberovićMSV Duisburg 1
Pavel FořtDynamo Dresden 1
Heinrich SchmidtgalGreuther Fürth 1
Björn SchlickeFSV Frankfurt 1
Stefan MüllerKarlsruher 1
Takashi InuiBochum 1
Fabian MüllerErzgebirge Aue 1
Markus ThorandtSt. Pauli 1
Andreas GörlitzIngolstadt 04 1
Michael RatajczakFortuna Düsseldorf 1
Maurice ExslagerMSV Duisburg 1
Torsten MattuschkaUnion Berlin 1
Carlos ZambranoSt. Pauli 1

Nationalities

League Notes

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About FBref.com

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