Season-by-Season Results

  • promoted, relegated, Cup Qualifier
Season-by-Season Results Table
Season Squad Country Comp LgRank Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
2012-2013Sedanfr FRA2. Ligue 219th38613194158-17315,311Mickaël Le Bihan, Abdoulay Diaby - 7Florent PerraudRelegated
2011-2012Sedanfr FRA2. Ligue 24th38151495645+11597,816Nicolas Fauvergue - 12Ulrich Ramé
2010-2011Sedanfr FRA2. Ligue 25th38151495737+20599,016Alexis Allart - 10Benoît Costil
2009-2010Sedanfr FRA2. Ligue 212th3811161146460498,984Alexis Allart - 13Benoît Costil
2006-2007Sedanfr FRA1. Ligue 119th38714174658-123513,822Grégory Pujol - 10Patrick RegnaultRelegated
2002-2003Sedanfr FRA1. Ligue 119th3899204159-183615,076Henri Camara - 14Patrick RegnaultRelegated
2001-2002Sedanfr FRA1. Division 114th34815113539-43916,036Henri Camara, Pius Ndiefi - 8Patrick Regnault
2000-2001Sedanfr FRA1. Division 15th341410104740+75215,313Pius Ndiefi, Cédric Mionnet - 10Nicolas Sachy→ UEFA Cup via league finish
1999-2000Sedanfr FRA1. Division 17th34139124344-14812,953Pierre Deblock, Alex Di Rocco - 8Nicolas Sachy→ UEFA Intertoto Cup via league finish

About launched (June 13, 2018) with coverage for England (5 leagues), France (2 leagues), Germany (3 leagues), Italy (2 leagues), Spain (2 leagues), and United States (3 leagues).

We have also added: Netherlands (July 16, 2018), Scotland (July 23, 2018), Portugal (July 30, 2018), Mexico (Oct 29, 2018), Belgium (Oct 29, 2018), Austria (Oct 29, 2018), Australia (Nov 5, 2018), Russia (Nov 5, 2018), Poland (Nov 12, 2018), Turkey (Nov 12, 2018), Denmark (Nov 28, 2018), Switzerland (Dec 4, 2018), Ukraine (Dec 17, 2018), Croatia (Dec 21, 2018), Greece (Jan 15, 2019), Bulgaria (Jan 29, 2019), Romania (Feb 18, 2019), Serbia (Mar 1, 2019), Czech Republic (Mar 1, 2019), Hungary (Mar 14, 2019), Norway (Apr 9, 2019), Sweden (Apr 9, 2019), Finland (Apr 18, 2019), Brazil (Jul 25, 2019), Argentina (Jul 29, 2019), China PR (Jul 29, 2019), Korea Republic (Jul 30, 2019), Japan (Aug 2, 2019), Chile (Aug 2, 2019), Colombia (Aug 6, 2019), Ecuador (Aug 6, 2019), Iran (Aug 7, 2019), Paraguay (Aug 8, 2019), Saudi Arabia (Aug 9, 2019), South Africa (Aug 12, 2019), Uruguay (Aug 14, 2019), Peru (Aug 15, 2019), India (Aug 16, 2019). We have many more leagues, but are vetting them and will release them as they are prepared.

On April 12, 2019, we released what we believe is one of the most complete sources for women's soccer data on the internet. This includes: FIFA Women's World Cup (1991-present), Women's Olympic Soccer (2016), UEFA Women's Champions League (2016-present), NWSL (USA) (2017-present), Women's Super League (ENG) (2017-present), Division 1 Féminine (FRA) (2017-present), Division 1 Féminine (GER) (2016-present), W-League (AUS) (2018-2019), Eredivisie Vrouwen (NED) (2018-2019), Toppserien (NOR) (2017-present), Damallsvenskan (SWE) (2017-present)

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