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League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Young Boys3629439936+639125,751Guillaume Hoarau - 24David von Ballmoos→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2Basel36201157146+257124,259Albian Ajeti - 14Jonas Omlin→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
3Lugano361016105049+1463,557Carlinhos - 13Noam Baumann→ UEFA Europa League via league finish 1
4Thun361210145758-1465,705Dejan Sorgić - 15Guillaume Faivre→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
5Luzern36144185661-5469,299Blessing Eleke - 13David Zibung→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
6St. Gallen36137164958-94612,692Vincent Sierro - 10Dejan Stojanović
7Zürich361111144352-94410,657Stephen Odey, Benjamin Kololli - 10Yanick Brecher
8Sion36127175055-5439,218Pajtim Kasami - 8Kevin Fickentscher
9Xamax36910174465-21376,003Raphael Nuzzolo - 14Laurent Walthert→ Swiss 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs
10Grasshopper36510213271-39255,633Marco Djuricin - 6Heinz LindnerRelegated

Swiss 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs

4–4
May 30
Xamax
0–4
Aarau
Jun 2
Aarau
0–4
Xamax
Xamax won on penalty kicks following extra time and remained in Super League.

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