League Summary

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Club Brugge40231078545+407926,584Abdoulay Diaby - 15Ethan Horvath→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2Standard Liège40171496350+136522,953Orlando Sá, Edmilson Junior - 10Guillermo Ochoa→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
3Anderlecht40207136157+46719,872Łukasz Teodorczyk - 15Matz Sels→ UEFA Europa League via league finish 1
4Gent401810125335+186419,274Yuya Kubo - 11Lovre Kalinić→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
5Genk401515105749+86015,392Mbwana Samatta, Leandro Trossard - 7Danny Vukovic
6Charleroi401514115552+35910,553Kaveh Rezaei - 16Nicolas Penneteau
7Zulte Waregem40205158260+22659,251Hamdi Harbaoui - 19Sammy Bossut
8Lokeren401410165460-6526,059Steve De Ridder, Ari Freyr Skúlason... - 7Davino Verhulst
9Kortrijk40187156051+9617,396Teddy Chevalier - 21Thomas Kaminski
10Sint-Truiden401412145156-5546,578Roman Bezus, Yohan Boli... - 6Lucas Pirard
11Oostende401311166359+4505,845Richairo Živković, Joseph Akpala - 9William Dutoit
12Antwerp401413135156-55511,623William Owusu - 13Sinan Bolat
13Excel Mouscron40128205875-17445,452Selim Amallah, Taiwo Awoniyi... - 9Logan Bailly
14Waasland-Beveren401110196274-12436,052Isaac Kiese Thelin - 19Davy Roef
15Eupen40811215178-27353,340Mbaye Leye - 9Hendrik Van Crombrugge
16Mechelen3069153149-182713,333Hassane Bandé - 11Colin CoosemansRelegated

Regular Season

Regular Season Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Club Brugge3020736833+3567→ Championship Playoff
2Anderlecht3016774942+755→ Championship Playoff
3Charleroi30131254630+1651→ Championship Playoff
4Gent3014884527+1850→ Championship Playoff
5Genk30111184436+844→ Championship Playoff
6Standard Liège30111184341+244→ Championship Playoff
7Kortrijk30126124239+342→ Europa League Playoffs — Group Stage
8Antwerp30101193840-241→ Europa League Playoffs — Group Stage
9Zulte Waregem30114154752-537→ Europa League Playoffs — Group Stage
10Sint-Truiden30910112941-1237→ Europa League Playoffs — Group Stage
11Oostende30106144241+136→ Europa League Playoffs — Group Stage
12Waasland-Beveren3098135051-135→ Europa League Playoffs — Group Stage
13Lokeren3087153349-1631→ Europa League Playoffs — Group Stage
14Excel Mouscron3086164059-1930→ Europa League Playoffs — Group Stage
15Eupen3069154057-1727→ Europa League Playoffs — Group Stage

Championship Playoff

Championship Playoff Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Club Brugge103341712+546Began with 34 points, → UEFA Champions League via league finish
2Standard Liège10631209+1143Began with 22 points, → UEFA Champions League via league finish
3Anderlecht104061215-340Began with 28 points, → UEFA Europa League via league finish 1
4Gent1042488039Began with 25 points, → UEFA Europa League via league finish
5Genk104421313038Began with 22 points, → Europa League Playoffs — Final
6Charleroi10226922-1334Began with 26 points

Europa League Playoffs — Group Stage

Group A

Group A Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Zulte Waregem10910358+2728→ Europa League Playoffs — Semifinal
3Excel Mouscron104241816+214
4OH Leuven102351218-69

Group B

Group B Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Lokeren106312111+1021→ Europa League Playoffs — Semifinal
6Beerschot Wilrijk101451421-77

Europa League Playoffs — Knockout Stage

Europa League Playoffs — Semifinal

Zulte Waregem won on penalty kicks following extra time and advance to Europa League Playoffs — Final.

Europa League Playoffs — Final

Genk won match in normal time and qualify for UEFA Europa League.


1. Hamdi Harbaoui2 squads 22
2. Teddy ChevalierKortrijk 21
3. Isaac Kiese ThelinWaasland-Beveren 19
4. Kaveh RezaeiCharleroi 16
5. Łukasz TeodorczykAnderlecht 15
Abdoulay DiabyClub Brugge 15
7. Ruud VormerClub Brugge 13
William OwusuAntwerp 13
Ryota Morioka2 squads 13
10. Zinho Gano2 squads 12
Red Cards
1. Leander DendonckerAnderlecht 2
Edmilson JuniorStandard Liège 2
Sander CoopmanZulte Waregem 2
Selim AmallahExcel Mouscron 2
Christian LuyindamaStandard Liège 2
Mehdi TerkiLokeren 2
Aristote NkakaOostende 2
8. Sébastien SianiOostende 1
Dylan BatubinsikaAntwerp 1
Thomas BuffelGenk 1
Nils SchouterdenEupen 1
Edin CocalićMechelen 1
Samuel GigotGent 1
Helibelton PalaciosClub Brugge 1
Adrien TrebelAnderlecht 1
Faycal RherrasMechelen 1
Silas GnakaEupen 1
Collins FaiStandard Liège 1
Timothy DerijckZulte Waregem 1
Ruslan MalinovskyiGenk 1
Samuel KaluGent 1
Brecht DejaegereGent 1
Peter OlayinkaZulte Waregem 1
Christophe DiedhiouExcel Mouscron 1
Ramin RezaeianOostende 1
Clinton MataGenk 1
Sandy WalshZulte Waregem 1
Sigurd RostedGent 1
Andile JaliOostende 1
Joher RassoulLokeren 1
Sébastien PocognoliStandard Liège 1
Siebe BlondelleEupen 1
Anthony LimbombeClub Brugge 1
Rudy CamachoWaasland-Beveren 1
Nathan de MedinaExcel Mouscron 1
Moustapha Bayal SallAntwerp 1
Anderson EsitiGent 1
Victorien AngbanWaasland-Beveren 1
Sascha KotyschSint-Truiden 1
Rémi MulumbaEupen 1
Nader GhandriAntwerp 1
Theo BongondaZulte Waregem 1
Orlando SáStandard Liège 1
Jean ButezExcel Mouscron 1
Kristof D'haeneKortrijk 1
CarlinhosStandard Liège 1
Stefano MarzoLokeren 1
Francis N'GangaCharleroi 1
Taiwo AwoniyiExcel Mouscron 1
Mamadou KonéEupen 1
Koen PersoonsLokeren 1
Konstantinos LaifisStandard Liège 1
Brecht CaponOostende 1
Joseph AidooGenk 1
Omar GoveaExcel Mouscron 1
Stelios KitsiouSint-Truiden 1
Kévin VandendriesscheOostende 1
Damien DussautSint-Truiden 1
Hassane BandéMechelen 1
Larry AzouniKortrijk 1
Michaël HeylenZulte Waregem 1
Alexander CorrynAntwerp 1
Mbaye LeyeEupen 1
Uche Henry AgboStandard Liège 1
Lucas RougeauxKortrijk 1
Seth De WitteMechelen 1
Tracy MpatiLokeren 1
Mathias BossaertsOostende 1
Rob SchoofsMechelen 1
Roman BezusSint-Truiden 1
Julien De SartZulte Waregem 1
Gary KagelmacherKortrijk 1
Joachim Van DammeWaasland-Beveren 1
Olivier DeschachtAnderlecht 1


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