2017-2018 List of Competitions

International Cups, 2017-2018

International Cups, 2017-2018 Table
League Name Gender Governing Body Champion Top League Scorer
UEFA Super CupMUEFAReal Madrid CFIsco, Casemiro... - 1
UEFA Champions LeagueMUEFAReal Madrid CFCristiano Ronaldo - 15
UEFA Women's Champions LeagueFUEFAOlympique Lyonnais FémininAda Hegerberg - 15
UEFA Europa LeagueMUEFAAtlético MadridCiro Immobile, Aritz Aduriz - 8

Domestic Leagues - 1st Tier, 2017-2018

Domestic Leagues - 1st Tier, 2017-2018 Table
League Name Gender Country Champion Top League Scorer
Superliga ArgentinaMar ARGBoca JuniorsSantiago García - 17
Hyundai A-LeagueMau AUSSydney FCBobô - 27
tipico BundesligaMat AUTFC Red Bull SalzburgMoanes Dabour - 22
Jupiler Pro LeagueMbe BELClub Brugge KVHamdi Harbaoui - 22
First LeagueMbg BULPFC Ludogorets RazgradClaudiu Keșerü - 26
Hrvatski Telekom Prva LigaMhr CROGNK Dinamo ZagrebHillel Soudani - 17
HET ligaMcz CZEFC Viktoria PlzeňMichal Krmenčík - 16
Alka SuperligaMdk DENFC MidtjyllandPål Alexander Kirkevold - 21
Premier LeagueMeng ENGManchester City FCMohamed Salah - 32
Women's Super League 1Feng ENGChelsea FC WomenEllen White - 15
La Liga SantanderMes ESPFC BarcelonaLionel Messi - 34
Ligue 1 ConforamaMfr FRAParis Saint-Germain FCEdinson Cavani - 28
Division 1 FéminineFfr FRAOlympique Lyonnais FémininAda Hegerberg - 31
BundesligaMde GERFC Bayern MunichRobert Lewandowski - 29
Allianz Frauen-BundesligaFde GERVfL WolfsburgPernille Harder - 17
Super League SourotiMgr GREAEK Athens FCAleksandar Prijović - 19
OTP Bank LigaMhu HUNMOL Fehérvár FCDavide Lanzafame - 18
Hero I-LeagueMin INDMinerva Punjab FCAser Pierrick Dipanda - 13
Indian Super LeagueMin INDChennaiyin FCFerran Corominas - 18
Persian Gulf Pro LeagueMir IRNPersepolis FCAli Alipour - 19
Serie A TIMMit ITAJuventus FCCiro Immobile, Mauro Icardi - 29
Abdullatif Jameel Saudi Professional LeagueMsa KSAAl-Hilal Saudi FCRonnie Fernández - 13
Liga BBVA BancomerMmx MEXUANL (A), Santos Laguna (C)Mauro Boselli - 20
EredivisieMnl NEDPSV EindhovenAlireza Jahanbakhsh - 21
LOTTO EkstraklasaMpl POLLegia WarsawCarlitos - 24
Liga NOSMpt PORFC PortoJonas - 34
Liga 1 BetanoMro ROUCFR ClujGeorge Țucudean, Harlem Gnohéré - 15
ABSA PremiershipMza RSAMamelodi Sundowns FCRodney Ramagalela, Percy Tau - 11
Rosgosstrakh Russian Football ChampionshipMru RUSFC Lokomotiv MoscowQuincy Promes - 15
Ladbrokes PremiershipMsco SCOCeltic FCKris Boyd - 18
Serbian SuperLigaMrs SRBRed Star BelgradeAleksandar Pešić - 25
Raiffeisen Super LeagueMch SUIBSC Young BoysAlbian Ajeti - 17
Süper Lig İlhan CavcavMtr TURGalatasaray SKBafétimbi Gomis - 29
Ukrainian Premier LeagueMua UKRFC Shakhtar DonetskFacundo Ferreyra - 21

Domestic Leagues - 3rd Tier and Lower, 2017-2018

Domestic Leagues - 3rd Tier and Lower, 2017-2018 Table
League Name Gender Country Champion Top League Scorer
Sky Bet League OneMeng ENGWigan Athletic FCJack Marriott - 27
Sky Bet League TwoMeng ENGAccrington Stanley FCBilly Kee - 25
Vanarama National LeagueMeng ENGMacclesfield Town FCAndy Cook - 26
3. LigaMde GER1. FC MagdeburgManuel Schäffler - 22

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