- promoted, relegated, Cup Qualifier
German 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs
Fortuna Düsseldorf won on aggregate score over two legs.
Fortuna Düsseldorf promoted to Bundesliga.
Hertha BSC relegated to 2. Bundesliga.
German 2/3 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs
Jahn Regensburg won on away goals, after aggregate score was tied.
Jahn Regensburg promoted to 2. Bundesliga.
Karlsruher relegated to 3. Liga.
|1.||Olivier Occéan • Greuther Fürth||17|
|Alexander Meier • Eintracht Frankfurt||17|
|Nick Proschwitz • Paderborn 07||17|
|4.||Mohammadou Idrissou • Eintracht Frankfurt||14|
|5.||Sascha Rösler • Fortuna Düsseldorf||13|
|Max Kruse • St. Pauli||13|
|Christopher Nöthe • Greuther Fürth||13|
|Zlatko Dedić • Dynamo Dresden||13|
|Kevin Volland • 1860 Munich||13|
|10.||Mickaël Poté • Dynamo Dresden||12|
|Dimitar Rangelov • Energie Cottbus||12|
|1.||Sercan Sararer • Greuther Fürth||13|
|2.||Alban Meha • Paderborn 07||11|
|Benjamin Köhler • Eintracht Frankfurt||11|
|Chinedu Ede • Union Berlin||11|
|5.||Benjamin Lauth • 1860 Munich||10|
|6.||Stefan Leitl • Ingolstadt 04||9|
|Torsten Mattuschka • Union Berlin||9|
|Sebastian Rode • Eintracht Frankfurt||9|
|Olivier Occéan • Greuther Fürth||9|
|10.||Sascha Rösler • Fortuna Düsseldorf||8|
|Kevin Volland • 1860 Munich||8|
|Alexander Meier • Eintracht Frankfurt||8|
|1.||Olivier Occéan • Greuther Fürth||26|
|2.||Alexander Meier • Eintracht Frankfurt||25|
|3.||Sercan Sararer • Greuther Fürth||22|
|4.||Kevin Volland • 1860 Munich||21|
|Sascha Rösler • Fortuna Düsseldorf||21|
|Benjamin Lauth • 1860 Munich||21|
|7.||Mohammadou Idrissou • Eintracht Frankfurt||20|
|Nick Proschwitz • Paderborn 07||20|
|Benjamin Köhler • Eintracht Frankfurt||20|
|10.||Max Kruse • St. Pauli||19|
|1.||Sascha Rösler • Fortuna Düsseldorf||13|
|Adam Bodzek • Fortuna Düsseldorf||13|
|Kevin Schlitte • Erzgebirge Aue||13|
|4.||Andreas Lambertz • Fortuna Düsseldorf||12|
|Daniel Ziebig • Energie Cottbus||12|
|Michael Wiemann • Hansa Rostock||12|
|7.||Aleksandre Iashvili • Karlsruher||11|
|Bernd Nehrig • Greuther Fürth||11|
|Marc Hensel • Erzgebirge Aue||11|
|Şamil Çinaz • FSV Frankfurt||11|
|1.||Max Grün • Greuther Fürth||18|
|2.||Lukas Kruse • Paderborn 07||13|
|3.||Oka Nikolov • Eintracht Frankfurt||12|
|4.||Daniel Davari • Eintracht Braunschweig||9|
|Andreas Luthe • Bochum||9|
|Dirk Orlishausen • Karlsruher||9|
|7.||Boy Waterman • Alemannia Aachen||8|
|Jan Glinker • Union Berlin||8|
|Gábor Király • 1860 Munich||8|
|Thorsten Kirschbaum • Energie Cottbus||8|
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