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League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Osnabrück38221065631+257612,002Marcos Álvarez - 11Nils-Jonathan KörberPromoted
2Karlsruher38201176438+267113,204Marvin Pourié - 22Benjamin UphoffPromoted
3Wehen Wiesbaden38224127147+24703,152Manuel Schäffler - 16Markus Kolke→ German 2/3 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs
4Hallescher38199104734+13667,732Mathias Fetsch, Bentley Baxter Bahn - 8Kai Eisele
5Würzburger Kickers38169135645+11575,441Orhan Ademi - 11Patrick Drewes
6Hansa Rostock381413114746+15513,893Merveille Biankadi, Cebio Soukou - 10Ioannis Gelios
7Zwickau381410144947+2525,119Ronny König - 11Johannes Brinkies
8Preußen Münster38157164850-2527,680Martin Kobylański - 12Maximilian Schulze Niehues
9Kaiserslautern381312134951-25121,365Christian Kühlwetter - 12Lennart Grill
10Unterhaching381115125346+7483,334Stephan Hain, Stefan Schimmer - 13Lukas Königshofer
11Uerdingen38146184762-15484,298Maximilian Beister - 11René Vollath
121860 Munich381211154852-44714,953Sascha Mölders - 8Marco Hiller
13Meppen38138174853-5477,575Nick Proschwitz - 14Erik Domaschke
14Carl Zeiss Jena381113144857-9465,806Phillip Tietz - 11Jo Coppens
15Sonnenhof Großaspach38918113839-1452,836Timo Röttger - 10Kevin Broll
16Eintracht Braunschweig381015134854-64518,047Philipp Hofmann - 11Jasmin Fejzić
17Energie Cottbus38129175158-7457,518Streli Mamba - 11Avdo SpahićRelegated
18Sportfreunde Lotte38913163146-15402,518Maximilian Oesterhelweg - 6Steve KrollRelegated
19Fortuna Köln38912173864-26393,057Robin Scheu, Hamdi Dahmani - 6Nikolai RehnenRelegated
20Aalen38613194562-17313,645Matthias Morys - 9Daniel BernhardtRelegated

German 2/3 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs

May 24
Wehen
1–2
Ingolstadt 04
May 28
Ingolstadt 04
2–3
Wehen
Wehen won on away goals, after aggregate score was tied and promoted to 2. Bundesliga.
Ingolstadt 04 relegated to 3. Liga.

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