Regular Season

Regular Season Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Slavia Prague9720192+172310,887Josef Hušbauer - 4Ondřej Kolář
2Viktoria Plzeň96211810+8208,587Jan Kopic - 4Aleš Hruška
3Jablonec95131713+4162,841Jan Matoušek, Jan Sýkora - 4Vlastimil Hrubý
4Mladá Boleslav85122112+9163,561Nikolay Komlichenko - 7Jan Šeda
5Baník Ostrava95041511+4157,747Nemanja Kuzmanović, Tomáš Smola - 3Viktor Budinský
6Sparta Prague94231814+41411,912Guélor Kanga - 6Florin Niță
7Sigma Olomouc94231311+2143,588Jakub Plšek - 6Michal Reichl
8Slovácko9414815-7134,536Milan Petržela, Tomáš Zajíc - 2Matouš Trmal
9Bohemians 190593241216-4115,029Ibrahim Keïta, Jan Vodháněl... - 2Roman Valeš
10Slovan Liberec93151011-1105,950Roman Potočný - 4Filip Nguyen
11Příbram93151117-6103,814Michal Škoda - 5Marek Boháč
12Fastav Zlín9306712-593,967Tomáš Poznar - 3Stanislav Dostál
13České Budĕjov.92251015-585,133Michael Rabušic, Patrik Brandner... - 2Jindřich Staněk
14Karviná914489-174,209Michal Petráň - 2Libor Hrdlička
15Teplice8143511-677,174Tomáš Vondrášek, Petr Mareš... - 1Tomáš Grigar
16SFC Opava9216518-1374,177Rene Dedic - 2Vilem Fendrich



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