League Summary

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Club Brugge40282108939+508626,129Abdoulay Diaby - 16Sébastien Bruzzese→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2Anderlecht40211186645+217420,118Stefano Okaka - 15Silvio Proto→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
3Gent40201286644+227219,911Laurent Depoitre - 14Matz Sels→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
4Genk40197146243+196417,276Thomas Buffel - 9Marco Bizot→ UEFA Europa League via playoff win
5Oostende40179146963+6606,297Cyriac - 14Didier Ovono
6Zulte Waregem40139186273-11488,616Mbaye Leye - 20Sammy Bossut
7Kortrijk361411114440+4537,637Thanasis Papazoglou - 9Darren Keet
8Standard Liège36156154956-75122,443Ivan Santini - 11Guillaume Hubert→ UEFA Europa League via cup win 1
9Charleroi361311124945+4508,863Jérémy Perbet - 20Nicolas Penneteau
10Lokeren3611121347470458,104Hamdi Harbaoui - 12Davino Verhulst
11Mechelen36128165564-9449,963Sofiane Hanni - 17Jean-François Gillet
12Waasland-Beveren36107194368-25375,031Zinho Gano - 10Laurent Henkinet
13Mouscron-Péruwelz36811174459-15353,283Noë Dussenne, Marko Šćepović - 6Vagner da Silva
14Sint-Truiden3689193256-24338,910Edmilson Junior, Yohan Boli - 5William Dutoit
15Westerlo3079143559-24306,433Frédéric Gounongbe - 13Koen Van Langendonck
16OH Leuven3078154253-11297,173Yohan Croizet - 9Rudy RiouRelegated

Regular Season

Regular Season Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Club Brugge3021186430+3464→ Championship Playoff
2Gent3017945629+2760→ Championship Playoff
3Anderlecht30151055129+2255→ Championship Playoff
4Oostende3014795544+1149→ Championship Playoff
5Genk30146104230+1248→ Championship Playoff
6Zulte Waregem30127115150+143→ Championship Playoff
7Standard Liège30125134151-1041
8Charleroi30109113639-339
9Kortrijk30109113135-439
10Mechelen30107134850-237
11Lokeren30810123540-534
12Waasland-Beveren3096154057-1733
13Sint-Truiden3086162847-1930
14Mouscron-Péruwelz3079143651-1530
15Westerlo3079143559-2430
16OH Leuven3078154253-1129Relegated

Championship Playoff

Championship Playoff Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Club Brugge10712259+1654Began with 32 points, → UEFA Champions League via league finish
2Anderlecht106131516-147Began with 28 points, → UEFA Champions League via league finish
3Gent103341015-542Began with 30 points, → UEFA Europa League via league finish
4Genk105142013+740Began with 24 points, → Europa League Playoff — Testmatch
5Oostende103251419-536Began with 25 points
6Zulte Waregem101271123-1227Began with 22 points

Europa League Playoff

Europa League Playoff — Group Stage

Group A

Group A Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Kortrijk6420135+814→ Europa League Playoff — Final
2Standard Liège631285+310
3Mouscron-Péruwelz612358-35
4Waasland-Beveren6114311-84

Group B

Group B Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Charleroi6321136+711→ Europa League Playoff — Final
2Lokeren6321127+511
3Mechelen6213714-77
4Sint-Truiden603349-53

Europa League Playoff — Final

May 13
Charleroi
Kortrijk
May 21
Kortrijk
Charleroi
Charleroi won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Europa League Playoff — Testmatch.

Europa League Playoff — Testmatch

5–3
May 26
Charleroi
Genk
May 29
Genk
Charleroi
Genk won on aggregate score over two legs and qualify for UEFA Europa League.

Leaders

Red Cards
1. Victorien AngbanSint-Truiden 3
2. Steve De RidderZulte Waregem 2
Abdou DialloZulte Waregem 2
Damien Dussaut2 squads 2
Dino ArslanagicStandard Liège 2
Miloš MarićWaasland-Beveren 2
Mamadou BagayokoSint-Truiden 2
8. Mourad SatliMechelen 1
Sascha KotyschSint-Truiden 1
Laurent JansWaasland-Beveren 1
Mbaye LeyeZulte Waregem 1
Derrick TshimangaGenk 1
Timothy CastagneGenk 1
Thanasis PapazoglouKortrijk 1
Filip StarzyńskiLokeren 1
Samuel AsamoahOH Leuven 1
Dieumerci NdongalaCharleroi 1
Jens CoolsWesterlo 1
Kévin VandendriesscheOostende 1
Kara MbodjiAnderlecht 1
Miloš KosanovićStandard Liège 1
Dennis PraetAnderlecht 1
Birger VerstraeteKortrijk 1
Brecht CaponOostende 1
Réginal GoreuxStandard Liège 1
Kenny SaiefGent 1
Yvan ErichotSint-Truiden 1
Noë DussenneMouscron-Péruwelz 1
Flavien Le PostollecOH Leuven 1
Mijat MarićLokeren 1
Jonathan Buatu ManangaWaasland-Beveren 1
Sverrir Ingi IngasonLokeren 1
Nana Akwasi AsareGent 1
KanuOH Leuven 1
Adrien TrebelStandard Liège 1
Stéphane BadjiAnderlecht 1
Samy MmaeeStandard Liège 1
Aboubakar KamaraKortrijk 1
Jore TrompetWesterlo 1
Marvin BaudryZulte Waregem 1
Clément TainmontCharleroi 1
Hannes Van der BruggenGent 1
Sandy WalshGenk 1
Samuel GigotKortrijk 1
Boli Bolingoli-MbomboClub Brugge 1
John BostockOH Leuven 1
Collins FaiStandard Liège 1
José IzquierdoClub Brugge 1
Henrik DalsgaardZulte Waregem 1
Benoît PoulainClub Brugge 1
Floriano VanzoWaasland-Beveren 1
Fabien BoyerKortrijk 1
Stefano DenswilClub Brugge 1
Soualiho MeïtéZulte Waregem 1
Cyriel DessersLokeren 1
Alejandro PozueloGenk 1
Stefano OkakaAnderlecht 1
Teddy MézagueMouscron-Péruwelz 1
Edmilson JuniorSint-Truiden 1
Mame Baba ThiamZulte Waregem 1
Mathieu DosseviStandard Liège 1
Christophe LepointZulte Waregem 1
Rudy RiouOH Leuven 1
Thibault MoulinWaasland-Beveren 1
Fejsal MulićMouscron-Péruwelz 1
Denis OdoiLokeren 1
Elimane CoulibalyMouscron-Péruwelz 1
Mustapha OussalahMouscron-Péruwelz 1

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