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Slovan Bratislava 26 21 4 1 57 14 +43 67 WWWW
Žilina 26 14 6 6 43 25 +18 48 LLLW
DAC 26 14 5 7 41 28 +13 47 WLWW
Spartak Trnava 26 10 4 12 30 32 -2 34 WDLL
Ružomberok 26 7 11 8 28 32 -4 32 LWDL
Zemplín Michalovce 26 8 8 10 31 44 -13 32 LDDL
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Top Scorers

A. ŠporarSlovan Bratislava 12 2
M. RistovskiNitra 9 1
F. CastañedaSenica 8 2
M. SidibéZemplín Michalovce 8 0
J. BernátŽilina 7 0
O. BukariTrenčín 7 0
Rafael RatãoSlovan Bratislava 7 0
T. ĎubekZlaté Moravce 7 1
A. SobczykSpartak Trnava 7 0
K. VidaDAC 7 0
H. ČatakovićTrenčín 6 2
Z. KalmárDAC 6 1
B. MitreaSpartak Trnava 6 4
A. RoguljićTrenčín 6 0
F. TwardzikRužomberok 6 5




About Fortuna Liga

The Slovak Superliga, or Fortuna Liga due to a sponsorship deal, is the top-tier football category in Slovakia. The league was created in 1993 following the separation of the Czech Republic and Slovakia, and it is currently ranked in 30th place of UEFA’s coefficient system.

This league works under a promotion-relegation system along with the 2.Liga, and it is played year after year by 12 teams. The competition format forces each team to play 22 regular-season games, and once those are over, the league is divided into two groups of six teams. The top six battle to win the title, while the other six try to avoid relegation. Added to that, this league offers one ticket to play the preliminary stages of the UEFA Champions League, and three more to play the UEFA Europa League’s qualification rounds.

The relegation system is quite simple. The team with the worst record will be automatically relegated to the 2.Liga, while the next-to-last team will enter a promotion playoff against the second-best team in the lower-tier category.

The 2018-19 season in the Slovak Superliga ended with one more title for Slovan Bratislava, who managed to earn a 17-point gap to claim the championship. The three UEFA Europa League spots were handed to Dunajska Streda, Ruzomberok and Spartak Trnava (as Cup winners). The only team to be relegated was Zeleziarne Podbrezova, since Trencin managed to beat FK Propad in the promotion playoff.

The 2019-20 campaign in this league will kick off on July 20, 2019, while the last game of the season is set to be played on March 7, 2020. FK Pohronie will be making their debut in the Slovak Superliga after winning the 2.Liga title in the previous season.

Did you know? Slovan Bratislava is the most successful team in this league with nine titles to their name. This club also holds the record for the most expensive transfer in Slovakian football, after they decided to sign Andraz Sporar from FC Basel for a bit over $2.4M.

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