Season-by-Season Results

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Season-by-Season Results Table
Season Squad Country Comp LgRank Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
2019-2020Sevillaes ESP1. La Liga1st431051+41037,787Joan Jordán - 2Tomáš Vaclík
2018-2019Sevillaes ESP1. La Liga6th38178136247+155935,993Wissam Ben Yedder - 18Tomáš Vaclík→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
2017-2018Sevillaes ESP1. La Liga7th38177144958-95833,045Wissam Ben Yedder - 9Sergio Rico→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
2016-2017Sevillaes ESP1. La Liga4th3821986949+207232,814Wissam Ben Yedder - 11Sergio Rico→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2015-2016Sevillaes ESP1. La Liga7th381410145150+15234,142Kévin Gameiro - 16Sergio Rico→ UEFA Champions League via Europa League win
2014-2015Sevillaes ESP1. La Liga5th3823787145+267630,874Carlos Bacca - 20Sergio Rico→ UEFA Champions League via Europa League win
2013-2014Sevillaes ESP1. La Liga5th38189116952+176330,622Kévin Gameiro - 15Beto→ UEFA Europa League via Europa League win
2012-2013Sevillaes ESP1. La Liga9th38148165854+45027,658Álvaro Negredo - 25Andrés Palop→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
2011-2012Sevillaes ESP1. La Liga9th381311144847+15035,342Álvaro Negredo - 14Javi Varas
2010-2011Sevillaes ESP1. La Liga5th38177146261+15835,789Álvaro Negredo - 20Javi Varas→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
2009-2010Sevillaes ESP1. La Liga4th38196136549+166338,597Luís Fabiano - 15Andrés Palop→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2008-2009Sevillaes ESP1. La Liga3rd38217105439+157041,910Frédéric Kanouté - 18Andrés Palop→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2007-2008Sevillaes ESP1. La Liga5th38204147549+266439,456Luís Fabiano - 24Andrés Palop→ UEFA Cup via league finish
2006-2007Sevillaes ESP1. La Liga3rd3821896435+297136,363Frédéric Kanouté - 21Andrés Palop→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2005-2006Sevillaes ESP1. La Liga5th38208105439+156835,697Javier Saviola - 9Andrés Palop→ UEFA Cup via league finish
2004-2005Sevillaes ESP1. La Liga6th38179124441+36037,105Júlio Baptista - 18Esteban→ UEFA Cup via league finish
2003-2004Sevillaes ESP1. La Liga6th381510135645+115536,079Júlio Baptista - 20Esteban→ UEFA Cup via league finish
2002-2003Sevillaes ESP1. La Liga10th381311143839-15032,209José Antonio Reyes - 9Antonio Notario
2001-2002Sevillaes ESP1. La Liga8th381411135140+115333,158Moisés - 13Antonio Notario
1999-2000Sevillaes ESP1. La Liga20th38513204267-252819,394Carlos Jaun - 12Frode Olsen, Juan José ValenciaRelegated

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