League Summary

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Anderlecht3423837530+457724,575Mohamed Tchité - 20Daniel Zítka→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2Genk3422667137+347222,159Kevin Vandenbergh, Goran Ljubojević - 11Logan Bailly→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
3Standard Liège3419786238+246422,846Milan Jovanović - 14Olivier Renard→ UEFA Cup via league finish
4Gent34186105640+16608,804Adékambi Olufadé - 15Frédéric Herpoel→ UEFA Intertoto Cup via league finish 1
5Charleroi3417985140+116011,392Jérémy Perbet, Izzet Akgül - 6Patrice Luzi
6Club Brugge34149115840+185125,034Boško Balaban - 16Stijn Stijnen→ UEFA Cup via cup win 2
7Germinal Beerschot34149115246+6518,932François Sterchele - 21Luciano
8Westerlo341210124144-3465,465Patrick Ogunsoto - 19Ronny Gaspercic
9Mons341281441410445,382Mohamed Dahmane - 10Cédric Berthelin
10Mouscron341012125155-4425,288Adnan Čustović - 18Mark Volders
11Roeselare34109155072-22395,395Koen De Vleeschauwer - 7Jurgen Sierens
12Cercle Brugge34108163136-5386,552Darko Pivaljević - 6Franky Vandendriessche
13Brussels34814123950-11385,629Julien Gorius - 7Patrick Nys
14Zulte Waregem34910154054-14376,176Tim Matthys - 10Pieter Merlier
15Sint-Truiden3498173952-13357,626Peter Van Houdt - 10Bart Deelkens
16Lokeren34515143248-16305,756Patiyo Tambwe - 8Jugoslav Lazić
17Lierse3468203366-33267,619Mustapha Jarju - 8Jan Moons→ Belgian 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Group
18Beveren34510193164-33254,971Mahamadou Dissa - 11Boubacar BarryRelegated

Belgian 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Group

Belgian 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Group Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes


Red Cards
1. Hocine RaguedMons 3
2. Roberto MirriMons 2
Dieudonné KalulikaBrussels 2
Dante2 squads 2
Mahamoudou KéréCharleroi 2
Kristof LardenoitBeveren 2
Seydou Badjan KantéBeveren 2
8. Frédéric DupréStandard Liège 1
Nathan D'HaemersZulte Waregem 1
Milan RapaićStandard Liège 1
Stef WilsWesterlo 1
Patiyo TambweLokeren 1
Stijn MeertZulte Waregem 1
Besnik HasiLokeren 1
Anthony Vanden BorreAnderlecht 1
Saïdou PanandétiguiriLokeren 1
Oumar BakariCharleroi 1
Bertin TomouMouscron 1
Adékambi OlufadéGent 1
Björn De WildeGerminal Beerschot 1
Marco IngraoLierse 1
Joos ValgaerenClub Brugge 1
Ivan BožićBeveren 1
Sanharib MalkiRoeselare 1
LucianoGerminal Beerschot 1
Gaëtan EnglebertClub Brugge 1
Alioune KébéMouscron 1
Peter DelorgeSint-Truiden 1
Randall AzofeifaGent 1
Mohamed SarrStandard Liège 1
Mario VerheyenLierse 1
Jugoslav LazićLokeren 1
Sander DebrouxSint-Truiden 1
Tomislav MikulićGenk 1
Marouane FellainiStandard Liège 1
Jeffrey NtukaWesterlo 1
Demba BaMouscron 1
François ZokoMons 1
Gustavo ColmanGerminal Beerschot 1
Daré NibombéMons 1
Bernt EvensWesterlo 1
Kenny ThompsonLierse 1
Loris ReinaZulte Waregem 1
Landry MulemoSint-Truiden 1
Dario SmojeGent 1
Maamar MamouniLierse 1
Thomas ChatelleGenk 1
Benjamin NicaiseMons 1
Mohamed ArmoumenLokeren 1
Jelle Van DammeAnderlecht 1
King GyanGerminal Beerschot 1
Fabien CamusCharleroi 1
Frederik VanderbiestRoeselare 1
Serhiy SerebrennikovCercle Brugge 1
Pieter-Jan Van OudenhoveSint-Truiden 1
Nicky HayenSint-Truiden 1
Salou IbrahimClub Brugge 1
WambertoMons 1
Laurent CimanCharleroi 1
Brice JovialCharleroi 1
Bart DeelkensSint-Truiden 1
Sébastien GrimaldiMouscron 1
Jurgen CavensGerminal Beerschot 1
Sébastien PocognoliGenk 1
Alessandro CordaroMons 1
Daan VaesenRoeselare 1
Cephas ChimedzaSint-Truiden 1


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