League Summary

Regular Season

Regular Season Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Anderlecht3019835820+386522,636Romelu Lukaku - 16Silvio Proto→ Championship Playoff
2Genk3019746427+376420,692Jelle Vossen - 20Thibaut Courtois→ Championship Playoff
3Gent3017675942+175710,314Elimane Coulibaly - 10Bojan Jorgačević→ Championship Playoff
4Club Brugge3016596035+255323,157Ivan Perišić - 22Colin Coosemans→ Championship Playoff
5Lokeren30131164336+7506,060Benjamin De Ceulaer - 11Boubacar Barry→ Championship Playoff
6Standard Liège30154115038+124925,125Mehdi Carcela - 13Sinan Bolat→ Championship Playoff
7Mechelen3013983430+44811,220Julien Gorius - 13Olivier Renard
8Westerlo30118114140+1415,132Paulo Henrique - 16Yves De Winter
9Cercle Brugge30116133334-1397,488Reynaldo - 7Bram Verbist
10Kortrijk30115143639-3386,031Giuseppe Rossini - 8Glenn Verbauwhede
11Zulte Waregem30712113941-2336,963Habib Habibou - 13Sammy Bossut
12Sint-Truiden3085172051-31297,473Ibrahima Sidibe - 7Sven Van Der Jeugt
13Germinal Beerschot30511142440-16268,216Júnior Negrão - 7Thomas Kaminski
14Lierse30412142658-322410,159Tomasz Radzinski - 7Eiji Kawashima
15Eupen3058172850-22233,606Kevin Vandenbergh - 9Olivier Werner→ Relegation Playoff
16Charleroi3047192054-34196,482Hernán Losada - 6Cyprien Baguette→ Relegation Playoff

Championship Playoff

Championship Playoff Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Genk106131612+451Began with 32 points, → UEFA Champions League via league finish
2Standard Liège10820186+1251Began with 25 points, → UEFA Champions League via league finish
3Anderlecht103251416-244Began with 33 points, → UEFA Europa League via league finish 1
4Club Brugge10442136+743Began with 27 points, → UEFA Europa League via league finish 2
5Gent10046922-1333Began with 29 points
6Lokeren10136917-831Began with 25 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
1Cercle Brugge62315509→ Europa League Playoff — Final
2Lierse6222108+28
3Mechelen6222910-18
4Sint-Truiden613267-16

Group B

Group B Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Westerlo6330166+1012→ Europa League Playoff — Final
2Zulte Waregem6312610-410
3Germinal Beerschot61326606
4Kortrijk603328-63

Europa League Playoff — Final

Westerlo won on aggregate score over two legs.

Relegation Playoff

Relegation Playoff Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Eupen421198+110Began with 3 points, → Belgian 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Group
2Charleroi411289-14Relegated

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
1Mons6411187+1113Promoted, → Belgian 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Testmatch
2Waasland-Beveren6411139+413→ Belgian 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Testmatch
3Lommel63031214-29
4Eupen6006518-130Relegated

Belgian 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Testmatch

Note: Since the top two squads in the table were tied on points and wins, a single testmatch was organized to determine the playoff winner.
Final
2–1
Mons won match in normal time and promoted to Belgian Pro League.

Leaders

Red Cards
1. Christian BentekeMechelen 2
Vadis Odjidja-OfoeClub Brugge 2
Sébastien PocognoliStandard Liège 2
Marcus DinizEupen 2
Ivan PerišićClub Brugge 2
Ederson TormenaCharleroi 2
Denis OdoiSint-Truiden 2
8. Sinan BolatStandard Liège 1
Miguel DacheletZulte Waregem 1
Hans CornelisCercle Brugge 1
Tsholola TshinyamaLokeren 1
Garry De GraefLierse 1
Jeroen SimaeysClub Brugge 1
Orlando dos Santos CostaCharleroi 1
Anthony PortierCercle Brugge 1
Serhiy SerebrennikovCercle Brugge 1
Nabil DirarClub Brugge 1
Geoffrey CabekeWesterlo 1
Gonzague VandoorenLierse 1
Mattia NotariLierse 1
Dorge KouemahaClub Brugge 1
Nebojša PavlovićKortrijk 1
Daniel OpareStandard Liège 1
Bernd ThijsGent 1
Romain ÉlieCharleroi 1
Marko ŠulerGent 1
Khaleem HylandZulte Waregem 1
Yaya SoumahoroGent 1
David DestormeMechelen 1
Karim BelhocineKortrijk 1
Wouter CorstjensWesterlo 1
Laurent CimanStandard Liège 1
Daniel PanizzoloEupen 1
Rami GershonKortrijk 1
Jurgen CavensLierse 1
Stijn De SmetGent 1
Davy De BeuleKortrijk 1
Jonathan BlondelClub Brugge 1
Peter DelorgeSint-Truiden 1
Jan PolákAnderlecht 1
Axel WitselStandard Liège 1
César ArzoGent 1
Ibrahima CamaraEupen 1
Romelu LukakuAnderlecht 1
Hervé KageCharleroi 1
Giuseppe RossiniKortrijk 1
Baptiste MartinKortrijk 1
Anthony Van LooMechelen 1
Zlatan LjubijankićGent 1
Koen PersoonsLokeren 1
Frédéric FransLierse 1
Stijn MeertZulte Waregem 1
Tomislav MikulićGerminal Beerschot 1
Bavon TshibuabuaGerminal Beerschot 1
Joeri DequevyLierse 1
Grégory LazitchCharleroi 1
Olivier VinamontEupen 1
Peter Van der HeydenClub Brugge 1
Antonio GhomsiMechelen 1
José EspinalEupen 1
Marcin WasilewskiAnderlecht 1
Maxime BisetMechelen 1
Ernest Webnje NforZulte Waregem 1
Hernán LosadaCharleroi 1
Yves De WinterWesterlo 1
Anthony Vanden BorreGenk 1
Jérémy TaravelLokeren 1
Akwetey MensahLierse 1
Kris De WreeLierse 1
Karel D'HaeneZulte Waregem 1
Rémi MarévalZulte Waregem 1
Marko ObradovićEupen 1
Kevin De BruyneGenk 1
Derrick TshimangaLokeren 1
Réginal GoreuxStandard Liège 1
Matías SuárezAnderlecht 1
Mohamed DahmaneEupen 1
Samuel FabrisCharleroi 1
Marc WagemakersSint-Truiden 1
Sven KumsKortrijk 1
Wim MennesSint-Truiden 1
Rudy RiouCharleroi 1
Adnan ČustovićGerminal Beerschot 1
Brecht CaponKortrijk 1
Grégory ChristSint-Truiden 1
Randall AzofeifaGent 1
Ilombe MboyoKortrijk 1
Denis VianeCercle Brugge 1
Naïm AarabCharleroi 1

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