League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Jagiellonia110030+33Bida Bartosz, Jesús Imaz... - 1Damian Węglarz
2Lechia Gdańsk10100001Dušan Kuciak
3Łódzki KS101000015,452Kołba Michał
4Wisła Kraków00000000
5Zagłębie Lubin00000000
7Pogoń Szczecin00000000
8Legia Warsaw00000000
9Piast Gliwice00000000
10Śląsk Wrocław00000000
11Górnik Zabrze00000000
12Raków Częstochowa00000000
13Korona Kielce00000000
14Lech Poznań00000000
15Wisła Płock00000000
16Arka Gdynia100103-3010,101Pāvels Šteinbors

Regular Season

Regular Season Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
2Łódzki KS10100001
3Lechia Gdańsk10100001
4Górnik Zabrze00000000
5Lech Poznań00000000
6Korona Kielce00000000
7Legia Warsaw00000000
9Wisła Kraków00000000
10Śląsk Wrocław00000000
11Zagłębie Lubin00000000
12Piast Gliwice00000000
13Wisła Płock00000000
14Pogoń Szczecin00000000
15Raków Częstochowa00000000
16Arka Gdynia100103-30


1. Taras RomanchukJagiellonia 1
Jesús ImazJagiellonia 1
Bida Bartosz • Jagiellonia 1
Goals + Assists
1. Jesús ImazJagiellonia 2
2. Bida Bartosz • Jagiellonia 1
Taras RomanchukJagiellonia 1
Tomáš PřikrylJagiellonia 1
Martin KošťálJagiellonia 1
Yellow Cards
1. Łukasz PiątekŁódzki KS 1
Zoran ArsenićJagiellonia 1
Adam MarciniakArka Gdynia 1
Grzesik Jan • Łódzki KS 1
Red Cards
1. Žarko UdovičićLechia Gdańsk 1
Clean Sheets
1. Damian WęglarzJagiellonia 1
Dušan KuciakLechia Gdańsk 1
Kołba Michał • Łódzki KS 1


League Notes

Rank Key

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