League Summary

Regular Season

Regular Season Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Anderlecht3020736126+356722,223Dieumerci Mbokani - 15Silvio Proto→ Championship Playoff
2Club Brugge3019475132+196124,368Joseph Akpala - 15Bojan Jorgačević→ Championship Playoff
3Gent3017586335+285610,853Ilombe Mboyo - 12Sergio Padt→ Championship Playoff
4Standard Liège3014974333+105125,800Mohamed Tchité - 11Sinan Bolat→ Championship Playoff
5Genk30137106044+164621,992Jelle Vossen - 20László Köteles→ Championship Playoff
6Kortrijk30137103936+3466,623Dalibor Veselinović - 11Kristof Van Hout→ Championship Playoff
7Cercle Brugge30137103637-1468,509Rudy - 12Bram Verbist
8Lokeren30111184840+8445,554Hamdi Harbaoui, Benjamin De Ceulaer - 12Boubacar Barry
9Mechelen30107134050-103710,372Julien Gorius - 15Olivier Renard
10Mons3099125055-5365,375Jérémy Perbet - 25Olivier Werner
11Beerschot3099124551-6368,377Hernán Losada - 13Tome Pačovski
12Lierse30613112436-12318,494Daylon Claasen - 7Eiji Kawashima
13Zulte Waregem30612123238-6307,596Jens Naessens - 6Sammy Bossut
14OH Leuven3078153858-20297,393Jordan Remacle - 15Thomas Kaminski
15Westerlo3055202959-30205,433Reynaldo - 8Bart Deelkens→ Relegation Playoff
16Sint-Truiden30310173261-29198,110Reza Ghoochannejad - 11Davino Verhulst→ Relegation Playoff

Championship Playoff

Championship Playoff Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Anderlecht10532168+852Began with 34 points, → UEFA Champions League via league finish
2Club Brugge105231411+348Began with 31 points, → UEFA Champions League via league finish
3Genk106041919041Began with 23 points, → UEFA Europa League via league finish
4Gent104061616040Began with 28 points, → Europa League Playoff — Testmatch
5Standard Liège102351017-735Began with 26 points
6Kortrijk103251620-434Began with 23 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 Brugge63211610+611→ Europa League Playoff — Final
2OH Leuven63121514+110
3Lierse61417707
4Mechelen6114714-74

Group B

Group B Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Mons632184+411→ Europa League Playoff — Final
2Zulte Waregem622278-18
3Beerschot6213910-17
4Lokeren6132911-26

Europa League Playoff — Final

Cercle Brugge won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Europa League Playoff — Testmatch.

Europa League Playoff — Testmatch

Gent won on aggregate score over two legs and qualify for UEFA Europa League.

Relegation Playoff

Relegation Playoff Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Westerlo4301126+612Began with 3 points, → Belgian 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Group
2Sint-Truiden4103612-63Relegated

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
1Waasland-Beveren6510145+916Promoted
2Eupen631287+110
3Westerlo61239905Relegated
4Oostende6024414-102

Leaders

Goals + Assists
1. Jérémy PerbetMons 29
2. Christian Benteke2 squads 23
3. Jelle VossenGenk 22
Matías SuárezAnderlecht 22
5. Joseph AkpalaClub Brugge 20
Hamdi HarbaouiLokeren 20
Hernán LosadaBeerschot 20
Jordan RemacleOH Leuven 20
9. Julien GoriusMechelen 19
Kevin De BruyneGenk 19
Red Cards
1. Koen DaerdenSint-Truiden 3
2. Valery NahayoGent 2
Mustapha OussalahKortrijk 2
Georgios GalitsiosLokeren 2
Miguel DacheletZulte Waregem 2
Jérémy TaravelLokeren 2
Benjamin De CeulaerLokeren 2
Gregory MertensCercle Brugge 2
9. Nebojša PavlovićKortrijk 1
Fabien CamusGenk 1
Wesley SonckLierse 1
Vincent EuvrardSint-Truiden 1
Bernd ThijsGent 1
Mohamed El-GabbasLierse 1
Elyaniv BardaGenk 1
Lionel GendarmeOH Leuven 1
Dimitri DaeseleireSint-Truiden 1
David DestormeMechelen 1
Milan JovanovićAnderlecht 1
Nill De PauwLokeren 1
Vadis Odjidja-OfoeClub Brugge 1
Colin CoosemansClub Brugge 1
Mikhail SivakowZulte Waregem 1
Steve ColpaertZulte Waregem 1
Aloys NongMons 1
Frédéric FransLierse 1
Alessandro CordaroMechelen 1
Karim BelhocineStandard Liège 1
Antonio GhomsiMechelen 1
SamuelAnderlecht 1
Arnar ViðarssonCercle Brugge 1
Stef WilsWesterlo 1
Zlatan LjubijankićGent 1
Ervin ZukanovićKortrijk 1
Karel D'HaeneZulte Waregem 1
Peter Van der HeydenBeerschot 1
Koen PersoonsLokeren 1
FelipeStandard Liège 1
Ernest Webnje NforKortrijk 1
Jimmy De JongheClub Brugge 1
Carl HoefkensClub Brugge 1
Karim SaidiLierse 1
Jef DelenWesterlo 1
Sascha KotyschSint-Truiden 1
Günther VanaudenaerdeWesterlo 1
Glenn VerbauwhedeWesterlo 1
Derrick TshimangaLokeren 1
Ibrahima SidibeWesterlo 1
Jonathan DelaplaceZulte Waregem 1
Ismaïla N'DiayeKortrijk 1
Olivier WernerMons 1
Nicolas TimmermansMons 1
Roland JuhászAnderlecht 1
Lior RefaelovClub Brugge 1
Maël LépicierMons 1
Hernán LosadaBeerschot 1
Denis OdoiAnderlecht 1
David VandenbroeckKortrijk 1
Michy BatshuayiStandard Liège 1
Mbaye LeyeZulte Waregem 1
Oleg YashchukCercle Brugge 1
Bram CastroSint-Truiden 1
William VainqueurStandard Liège 1
Alessandro IandoliSint-Truiden 1
Tsholola TshinyamaLokeren 1
Kenny Van HoevelenMechelen 1
Wim RaymaekersOH Leuven 1
Renato NetoCercle Brugge 1
Ebrahima SawanehMons 1
Steven De PetterWesterlo 1
Mohamed MessoudiKortrijk 1
Boban GrnčarovLierse 1
Benjamin NicaiseMons 1
Gonzague VandoorenLierse 1
Grégory ChristSint-Truiden 1
Pieter NysOH Leuven 1
Abdul-Yakuni IddiMechelen 1
Christian BentekeGenk 1
KanuStandard Liège 1

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