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Table

 

Pro League

Pos.TeamMPWDLGFGAGDPForm
1 Genk 21 14 6 1 49 19 +30 48 WWWDW
2 Club Brugge 21 12 5 4 48 22 +26 41 WWDLW
3 Antwerp 21 11 5 5 30 24 +6 38 WLLWL
4 Standard Liège 21 10 6 5 33 22 +11 36 WWWDL
5 Anderlecht 21 10 4 7 37 27 +10 34 WLLDL
6 Sint-Truiden 21 8 9 4 32 24 +8 33 DDLDW
7 Gent 21 9 4 8 38 36 +2 31 LWLWD
8 Sporting Charleroi 21 9 3 9 32 29 +3 30 LLWDW
9 Kortrijk 21 7 7 7 28 30 -2 28 WDDDW
10 AS Eupen 21 8 1 12 22 38 -16 25 WLWLW
11 Cercle Brugge 21 7 4 10 24 39 -15 25 LLWLL
12 KV Oostende 21 6 5 10 21 37 -16 23 DLLWD
13 Zulte-Waregem 21 5 5 11 33 46 -13 20 LWLDD
14 Waasland-Beveren 21 4 8 9 23 30 -7 20 LWWWL
15 Mouscron-Péruwelz 21 4 5 12 16 27 -11 17 LWLDL
16 Lokeren 21 3 5 13 19 35 -16 14 LLWLD
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Promotion - Jupiler League (Championship Group)
Europa League (Group Stage)
Relegation - Proximus League

 

Top Scorers

PlayerTeamGoalsPenalties
M. SamattaGenk 15 1
L. DimataAnderlecht 13 3
H. HarbaouiZulte-Waregem 11 2
I. SantiniAnderlecht 11 2
D. KamadaSint-Truiden 10 1
C. BenaventeSporting Charleroi 9 1
L. TrossardGenk 9 1
R. MalinovskiyGenk 8 2
V. OsimhenSporting Charleroi 8 0
S. SchrijversClub Brugge 8 0
G. BrunoCercle Brugge 7 3
R. EmondStandard Liège 7 2
Luis GarcíaAS Eupen 7 2
I. MboyoKortrijk 7 0
WesleyClub Brugge 7 0

Channels licensed to broadcast First Division A in United States

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News

I will never play in Belgium again claims African star after leaving Belgian First Division A outfit - KickOff.com
Belgium has been the home for several of South Africa's top talents in years gone by but Sierra Leone striker Mohamed Buya Turay vows to never play in the
KickOff.com (1 day ago)
Official: Former Kaizer Chiefs forward Knowledge Musona leaves Anderlecht on six-month loan deal - KickOff.com
Zimbabwe star forward Knowledge Musona has joined Belgian First Division A side Lokeren from Anderlecht on loan for the remainder of the 2018/19 season.
KickOff.com (10 hours ago)
Dennis Bonaventure at the double as Club Brugge end winless run - Goal.com
The young Nigerian striker notched his fourth and fifth goal of the season as the Blue-Black strolled past Laszlo Boloni's men.
Goal.com (3 weeks ago)
Super Eagles striker linked with move to Anderlecht - Futaa
Belgian top-tier clubs Anderlecht have reportedly expressed their interest in signing Super Eagles' striker Simeon Nwankwo.
Futaa (1 day ago)
African All Stars Transfer News & Rumours: Roma contact Arsenal for Elneny - Goal.com
Goal brings you all the latest news, rumours and deals related to African stars across the world.
Goal.com (11 hours ago)
Senegal defender Kara Mbodji leaves French Ligue 1 side Nantes - Goal.com
The 29-year-old has abruptly ended his temporary stay with the Canaries after finding playing time difficult to come by.
Goal.com (1 day ago)
What would Cardiff City target Mbwana Samatta offer Bluebirds and could they sign him AND Emiliano Sala? - Wales Online
The Tanzanian is having a highly productive season, but is the hype surrounding him justified?
Wales Online (1 day ago)
Taiwo Awoniyi returns to Royal Excel Mouscron on loan - Goal.com
The Reds ended the Nigerian's loan spell with Gent but he will remain in the Belgian top-flight with a familiar club.
Goal.com (3 days ago)

 

About First Division A

The Belgian First Division A, or Jupiler Pro League for sponsorship reasons, is Belgium’s top-tier football league.

The Belgian top flight is played yearly by 16 teams, following a relegation-promotion system like most leagues in Europe. Only one team is relegated to the Belgian First Division B after the 30 regular season games are played
The championship is determined by a complicated playoff system. The six top-ranked clubs enter this stage with their points being halved prior to the ten playoff games. The team that wins the most points during this playoff, added by the halved points from the regular season, wins the title. The two top-ranked teams are awarded spots in the UEFA Champions League, with the runner-up having to fight for their spot in the tournament’s preliminary rounds.

The 2017-18 season saw Club Brugge win their 15th title after a nerve-wracking playoff stage. The Blue-Black team topped Standard Liege to the title by three points, after winning just three games in the playoff stage. Mechelen was relegated to the Belgian First Division B, with Cercle Brugge taking their place in the Belgian top flight.

The 2018-19 season begins on July 27, 2018. The last playoff game is expected to be played in May of 2019.

Did you know? Anderlecht is the most-winning team in the Belgian top flight, with 34 titles to their name. The Purple and White team won its last title in the 2016-17 season.

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