League Summary

Regular Season

Regular Season Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Anderlecht3020736927+426720,675Dieumerci Mbokani - 19Silvio Proto→ Championship Playoff
2Zulte Waregem3019654929+20637,691Mbaye Leye - 17Sammy Bossut→ Championship Playoff
3Genk30151056340+235520,590Jelle Vossen - 17László Köteles→ Championship Playoff
4Club Brugge3015966643+235424,433Carlos Bacca - 25Vladan Kujović→ Championship Playoff
5Lokeren3014975338+15516,169Hamdi Harbaoui - 12Boubacar Barry→ Championship Playoff
6Standard Liège30155105433+215020,415Imoh Ezekiel - 16Eiji Kawashima→ Championship Playoff
7Mons30135124853-5444,162Mustapha Jarju, Jérémy Perbet - 12Olivier Werner
8Mechelen30125134442+24110,159Nicklas Pedersen - 12Tome Pačovski
9Kortrijk30116133130+1397,202Pablo Chavarría - 6Darren Keet
10OH Leuven30812104651-5368,006Ebrahima Sawaneh - 19Logan Bailly
11Charleroi30104163049-19346,580David Pollet, Giuseppe Rossini - 6Parfait Mandanda
12Gent30810123340-73410,090Ilombe Mboyo - 18Sergio Padt
13Waasland-Beveren3079142849-21305,916Barak Badash - 8Colin Coosemans
14Lierse30511142853-25266,555Kostadin Hazurov - 9Matz Sels
15Beerschot3065193161-30237,519Benito Raman, Hernán Losada - 5Stijn Stijnen→ Relegation Playoff
16Cercle Brugge3035223065-35148,495Mushaga Bakenga - 7Bram Verbist→ Relegation Playoff

Championship Playoff

Championship Playoff Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Anderlecht104331611+549Began with 34 points, → UEFA Champions League via league finish
2Zulte Waregem104332020047Began with 32 points, → UEFA Champions League via league finish
3Club Brugge106132117+446Began with 27 points, → UEFA Europa League via league finish
4Standard Liège105232220+242Began with 25 points, → Europa League Playoff — Testmatch
5Genk103341113-240Began with 28 points
6Lokeren101271524-931Began with 26 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
1Gent642093+614→ Europa League Playoff — Final
2Mons631278-110
3Lierse611458-34
4Kortrijk612346-223-point deduction 1

Group B

Group B Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1OH Leuven631298+110→ Europa League Playoff — Final
2Mechelen631287+110
3Charleroi614153+27
4Waasland-Beveren612337-45

Europa League Playoff — Final

8–2
Gent won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Europa League Playoff — Testmatch.

Europa League Playoff — Testmatch

Standard Liège 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
1Cercle Brugge430132+19→ Belgian 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoff Group
2Beerschot410323-16Began with 3 points, Relegated

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
1Cercle Brugge6402138+512
2Excel Mouscron640299012
3Westerlo6312114+710
4RWS Bruxelles6015416-121

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