League Summary

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Red Bull Salzburg3225527927+528011,040Moanes Dabour - 20Cican Stankovic→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2LASK Linz3218955931+28635,671João Victor Santos Sá - 13Alexander Schlager→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
3Wolfsberger AC3212101047470463,905Michael Liendl - 11Alexander Kofler→ UEFA Europa League via league finish 1
4Austria Wien32126144548-34210,506Alexander Grünwald - 8Patrick Pentz→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
5Sturm Graz321010123740-3409,858Markus Pink - 6Jörg Siebenhandl→ UEFA Europa League via playoff win
6St. Pölten3299143250-18363,864René Gartler - 9Christoph Riegler
7Rapid Wien32137124844+44610,671Thomas Murg - 7Richard Strebinger
8Mattersburg32127134148-7432,280Martin Pušić - 9Markus Kuster
9Rheindorf Altach32910134844+4374,451Manfred Fischer, Mergim Berisha - 7Martin Kobras
10Admira Wacker Mödling3289154262-20332,600Sasa Kalajdzic, Patrick Schmidt - 8Andreas Leitner
11Hartberg32105174866-18353,510Rajko Rep - 8René Swete
12Wacker Innsbruck3285193251-19294,687Zlatko Dedić - 9Christopher KnettRelegated

Regular Season

Regular Season Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Red Bull Salzburg2217415118+3355→ Championship Round
2LASK Linz2213724019+2146→ Championship Round
3Sturm Graz2271052623+331→ Championship Round
4Wolfsberger AC227963231+130→ Championship Round
5Austria Wien2293102928+130→ Championship Round
6St. Pölten228682629-330→ Championship Round
7Mattersburg228592836-829→ Relegation Round
8Rapid Wien227692629-327→ Relegation Round
9Hartberg2275103545-1026→ Relegation Round
10Admira Wacker Mödling2256112642-1621→ Relegation Round
11Rheindorf Altach2246123032-218→ Relegation Round
12Wacker Innsbruck2245131734-1717→ Relegation Round

Championship Round

Championship Round Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1Red Bull Salzburg10811289+1952Began with 27 points, → UEFA Champions League via league finish
2LASK Linz105231912+740Began with 23 points, → UEFA Champions League via league finish
3Wolfsberger AC105141516-131Began with 15 points, → UEFA Europa League via league finish 1
4Austria Wien103341620-427Began with 15 points, → UEFA Europa League via league finish
5Sturm Graz103071117-624Began with 15 points, → Finals
6St. Pölten10136621-1521Began with 15 points

Relegation Round

Relegation Round Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
7Rapid Wien106132215+732Began with 13 points, → Semifinal
8Mattersburg104241312+128Began with 14 points, → Semifinal
9Rheindorf Altach105411812+628Began with 9 points
10Admira Wacker Mödling103341620-422Began with 10 points
11Hartberg103071321-822Began with 13 points
12Wacker Innsbruck104061517-220Began with 8 points, Relegated

Europa League Playoffs

Semifinal

Rapid Wien won match in normal time and advance to Finals.

Finals

May 30
Rapid Wien
Sturm Graz
Jun 2
Sturm Graz
Rapid Wien
Sturm Graz won on away goals, after aggregate score was tied and qualify for UEFA Europa League.

Leaders

Nationalities

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