League Summary

Apertura Regular Season

Apertura Regular Season Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Millonarios2011633015+1539
2AD Cali209652217+533
3Tolima209562716+1132
4CD América209562620+632
5CDC Atlético208752419+531
6Pasto208751914+531
7Junior2061222418+630
8ADU Magdalena208662424030
9Independiente207763024+628
10Once Caldas208482016+428
11Cúcuta208392527-227
12Boyacá Patriot207672031-1127
13Envigado205962220+224
14Alianza205871719-223
15Jaguares205872027-723
16La Equidad2041062122-122
17CA Bucaramanga205691726-921
18Huila204791932-1319
19Rionegro2037101730-1316
20Santa Fe2011181724-714

Apertura Final Stage

Semifinals

Group A

Group A Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Pasto6411113+813→ Finals
2Millonarios632175+211
3CD América630397+29
4ADU Magdalena6015214-121

Group B

Group B Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Junior633095+412→ Finals
2Tolima633096+312
3AD Cali611469-34
4CDC Atlético6114610-44

Finals

6  Club Crest Pasto
1–1
Junior  Club Crest 7
Jun 8
Junior
Pasto
Jun 12
Pasto
Junior
Junior won on penalty kicks following extra time and qualify for Copa Libertadores.

Finalización Regular Season

Finalización Regular Season Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Boyacá Patriot632184+411
2Independiente531193+610
3AD Cali531194+510
4Millonarios531175+210
5Envigado631298+110
6CD América531166010
7CDC Atlético523073+49
8Alianza522154+18
9Cúcuta521268-27
10Tolima520374+36
11Huila513179-26
12Junior520324-26
13Once Caldas51225505
14CA Bucaramanga51224405
15ADU Magdalena512234-15
16Jaguares512248-45
17Pasto504146-24
18La Equidad511346-24
19Rionegro511349-54
20Santa Fe502306-62

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Millonarios3117954425+196012,464Juan David Pérez - 6Wuilker Faríñez
2Pasto33131283524+11512,750Ederson Moreno - 4Alvino Volpi Neto
3CD América31156104133+85123,051Fernando Aristeguieta - 11Carlos Bejarano
4Junior33121563628+85117,075Fabián Sambueza, Fredy Hinestroza... - 3Sebastián Viera→ Copa Libertadores via playoff win
5Tolima3114894326+17505,000Marco Pérez, Luis González - 6Álvaro David Montero
6AD Cali31138103730+74710,700Juan Ignacio Dinenno - 15Camilo Vargas
7CDC Atlético31111193732+54426,197Pablo Ceppelini - 7José Cuadrado
8Independiente2510873927+123818,116Germán Cano - 25David González
9Boyacá Patriot2610882835-7385,750Kelvin Osorio - 6Eder Chaux
10ADU Magdalena3199132942-13367,300Ricardo Márquez - 9César Giraldo
11Envigado2681083128+3341,767Alexis Zapata - 8Jefferson Martinez
12Cúcuta25104113135-4347,500Jonathan Agudelo - 11Juan Camilo Chaverra
13Once Caldas2596102521+4338,512Mender García - 4Gerardo Amílcar Ortiz
14Alianza2571082223-1311,900Jhon Vasquez - 6Ricardo Jerez Jr.
15Jaguares2561092435-11282,320Pablo José Rojas - 7José Huber Escobar
16La Equidad2551192528-3261,529Carlos Peralta - 10Diego Novoa
17CA Bucaramanga2568112130-9267,760John Freddy Pérez - 6Nelson Fernando Ramos
18Huila25510102641-15252,267Diego Moreno - 5Aldair Quintana
19Rionegro2548132139-18206,666Jáder Obrian - 8Luis Enrique Delgado
20Santa Fe25113111730-13168,826Johan Arango, Baldomero Perlaza - 3Geovanni Banguera

Leaders

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League Notes

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