2018-2019 List of Competitions

International Cups, 2018-2019

International Cups, 2018-2019 Table
League Name Gender Governing Body Champion Top League Scorer
UEFA Super CupMUEFAAtlético MadridDiego Costa - 2
UEFA Champions LeagueMUEFALiverpool FCLionel Messi - 12
UEFA Women's Champions LeagueFUEFAOlympique Lyonnais FémininPernille Harder - 8
UEFA Europa LeagueMUEFAChelsea FCOlivier Giroud - 11

Domestic Leagues - 1st Tier, 2018-2019

Domestic Leagues - 1st Tier, 2018-2019 Table
League Name Gender Country Champion Top League Scorer
Superliga Quilmes ClásicaMar ARGRacing ClubLisandro López - 17
Hyundai A-LeagueMau AUSSydney FCRoy Krishna - 18
Westfield W-LeagueFau AUSSydney FCSam Kerr - 13
tipico BundesligaMat AUTFC Red Bull SalzburgMoanes Dabour - 20
Jupiler Pro LeagueMbe BELKRC GenkMbwana Samatta - 20
First LeagueMbg BULPFC Ludogorets RazgradStanislav Kostov, Claudiu Keșerü - 18
Hrvatski Telekom Prva LigaMhr CROGNK Dinamo ZagrebMijo Caktaš - 19
Fortuna ligaMcz CZESK Slavia PragueNikolay Komlichenko - 23
SuperligaMdk DENFC CopenhagenRobert Skov - 23
Premier LeagueMeng ENGManchester City FCMohamed Salah, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang... - 22
Women's Super LeagueFeng ENGArsenal WFCVivianne Miedema - 22
La Liga SantanderMes ESPFC BarcelonaLionel Messi - 36
Ligue 1 ConforamaMfr FRAParis Saint-Germain FCKylian Mbappé - 33
Division 1 FéminineFfr FRAOlympique Lyonnais FémininMarie-Antoinette Katoto - 22
BundesligaMde GERFC Bayern MunichRobert Lewandowski - 22
Allianz Frauen-BundesligaFde GERVfL WolfsburgEwa Pajor - 24
Super League SourotiMgr GREPAOK FCEfthimis Koulouris - 19
OTP Bank LigaMhu HUNFerencvárosi TCDavide Lanzafame, Filip Holender - 16
Hero I-LeagueMin INDChennai City FCWillis Plaza, Pedro Manzi - 21
Indian Super LeagueMin INDBengaluru FCFerran Corominas - 15
Persian Gulf Pro LeagueMir IRNPersepolis FCLuciano Pereira Mendes, Kiros Stanlley Soares Ferraz - 16
Serie A TIMMit ITAJuventus FCFabio Quagliarella - 26
Serie AFit ITAJuventus FC WomenValentina Giacinti - 21
Prince Mohammad Bin Salman Professional LeagueMsa KSAAl-Nassr FCAbderrazak Hamdallah - 34
Liga BBVA BancomerMmx MEXAmérica (A), UANL (C)André-Pierre Gignac - 21
EredivisieMnl NEDAFC AjaxDušan Tadić - 28
Eredivisie VrouwenFnl NEDFC Twente VrouwenJoëlle Smits - 17
LOTTO EkstraklasaMpl POLGKS Piast GliwiceIgor Angulo - 24
Liga NOSMpt PORSL BenficaHaris Seferović - 23
Liga 1 BetanoMro ROUCFR ClujGeorge Țucudean - 16
ABSA PremiershipMza RSAMamelodi Sundowns FCMwape Musonda - 16
Rosgosstrakh Russian Football ChampionshipMru RUSFC Zenit Saint PetersburgFyodor Chalov - 15
Ladbrokes PremiershipMsco SCOCeltic FCAlfredo Morelos - 18
Serbian SuperLigaMrs SRBRed Star BelgradeNermin Haskić - 24
Raiffeisen Super LeagueMch SUIBSC Young BoysGuillaume Hoarau - 24
Süper Lig Lefter KüçükandonyadisMtr TURGalatasaray SKMbaye Diagne - 30
Ukrainian Premier LeagueMua UKRFC Shakhtar DonetskJúnior Moraes - 19

Domestic Leagues - 3rd Tier and Lower, 2018-2019

Domestic Leagues - 3rd Tier and Lower, 2018-2019 Table
League Name Gender Country Champion Top League Scorer
Sky Bet League OneMeng ENGLuton Town FCJames Collins - 25
Sky Bet League TwoMeng ENGLincoln City FCJames Norwood - 29
Vanarama National LeagueMeng ENGLeyton Orient FCDanny Rowe - 27
3. LigaMde GERVfL OsnabrückMarvin Pourié - 22

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