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Liga Women 1. Liga U19 U21 Youth League. Denmark Dominican Republic 1. Liga Mayor. Ecuador 2. Egypt 3. El Salvador 2.
Salvadoran Primera Division Reserve League. England Estonia Ethiopia 1. Ethiopia Premier League. Europe 7. Faroe Islands 5.
Faroe Islands Premier League 1. Deild 1. Deild Women 2. Deild Faroe Islands Cup. Fiji 1. National Football League. Finland 8. France FYR Macedonia 3.
Gabon 1. Championnat D1. Gambia 1. GFA League. Georgia 4. Germany Ghana 1. Ghana Premier League. Gibraltar 2. Premier Division Gibraltar Cup.
Greece Grenada 1. GFA Premier League. Guadeloupe 1. Guadeloupe Division of Honor. Guatemala 2. Haiti 1. Ligue Haitienne. Honduras 1. Liga Nacional de Futbol Profesional de Honduras.
Hong Kong 4. Hungary 5. Iceland Urvalsdeild 1. Deild 2. Deild 3. Deild 4. India 6. Indonesia 4. International Iran 3.
Iraq 1. Iraqi Premier League. Israel 7. Italy Ivory Coast 1. Ivory Coast Ligue 1. Jamaica 1. Jamaica National Premier League.
Japan Jordan 2. Jordanian Pro League Division 1. Kazakhstan 3. Kenya 2. Kosovo 2. Superleague of Kosovo Kosovar Cup. Kuwait 3. Kyrgyzstan 1.
Top Liga. Laos 1. Laos Premier League. Latvia 3. Virsliga 1. Liga Latvian Cup. Lebanon 1. Lebanese Premier League. Lesotho 1. Lesotho Premier League.
Libya 1. Libyan Premier League. Liechtenstein 1. Lithuania 5. Luxembourg 2. National Division Division of Honour. Macau 1. Liga de Elite. Malaysia 3.
Maldives 1. Dhivehi Premier League. Mali 1. Premiere Division. Malta 3. Mauritania 1. Super D1. Mauritius 1. Mauritian League. Mexico 8. Moldova 3.
Mongolia 1. Mongolian Premier League. Montenegro 3. Morocco 2. Botola Pro Botola 2. Mozambique 1. Myanmar 1. National League. Nepal 1.
A Division. Netherlands New Zealand 2. Premiership Regional Leagues. Nicaragua 3. Nigeria 1. Northern Ireland 6.
Norway 9. Division 3. Oman 2. Professional League Sultan Cup. Pakistan 1. Pakistan Premier League. Palestine 2. Die viertplatzierte Mannschaft aus Playoff 1 kommt in weiterer Folge in den belgischen Europa League Playoffs zum Einsatz, wo es gegen den Sieger aus den beiden Gruppen aus Playoff 2 trifft.
Die Teams auf den Tabellenrängen in der Abschlusstabelle nach der Vorrunde treffen in zwei Gruppen zu je vier Teams innerhalb der Playoffs zwei aufeinander und bestreiten innerhalb der Gruppen ebenso wieder zwei Spiele mit wechselndem Heimrecht gegeneinander.
Der Sieger aus dieser finalen Paarung sichert sich letztendlich ein weiteres Ticket für die Europa League.
Etwas weniger kompliziert wird es bei den Abstiegsmodalitäten aus der belgischen Pro League. Saturday at Each team playing the Pro League must have been granted the Belgian professional football license guaranteeing the club has no excessive debts, has a secure stadium, etc.
This was introduced in season —02 to decrease the number of teams in the division and ensure a higher level of professionalism in the clubs playing in the top flight of Belgian football.
Originally, clubs that could not get the license were supposed not to be replaced and sent to the third division.
Following the —16 season, the number of professional teams in Belgium was brought down to 24, which mostly affected the teams playing at the second level of the Belgian football pyramid as the Belgian Second Division was replaced by the Belgian First Division B and the number of teams dropped to 8.
Each of the 18 competitors in the Pro League hosts every other team once in the regular season, for a total of 34 matches between August and April.
A win earns three points and a draw earns one point. Teams are ranked by total points, then by total wins and finally by goal difference, number of scored goals, number of away goals and number of away wins.
If teams are still level, a test-match is played in two legs to determine the final order in the standings.
A playoff phase is then played from May. The point system in the championship playoff is the same as during the regular season, except that each team starts with half of the points they won in the regular season, rounded up to the nearest integer.
The points gained by rounding are deducted in the case of a tie. The top 4 teams from the regular season enter the championship playoff, with the first-placed team winning the championship of Belgium.
Each team plays their opponents twice, and the teams are ranked by points, points from rounding, wins, etc. Until , the teams ranked 7 to 14 after the regular season enter the playoffs 2, with teams ranked 7th, 9th, 12th and 14th entering the group A and teams ranked 8th, 10th, 11th and 13th entering the group B.
In each group, each team plays each of its 3 opponents twice. The winner of each group plays the final game in two legs, to determine the winner of the playoffs 2.
The winner of the playoffs 2 then plays a home and away game against either the fourth-placed or fifth-placed team from the playoffs 1 for the final Europa League ticket, with the opponent depending on whether the Belgian Cup winner ended in the top four of the playoff 1 or not.
From , the system was changed as now the teams ranked 7 to 16 are joined by six teams from the Belgian First Division B and divided into four groups of four teams.
The winners of each groups now play a single match to determine the overall playoff winner, with the winner playing the fifth-placed team from playoff 1 in a single match for the final Europa League ticket.
Until a relegation playoff was played between the teams ranked 15th and 16th after the regular season.
It consisted of 5 games between the 2 teams. The 15th-placed team started the playoffs with 3 points whereas the 16th-placed team started from zero.
The loser of the relegation playoff was relegated to the second division. The winner of that playoff had to enter the Belgian Second Division Final Round with 3 teams from the second division.
The winner of this Final Round played in the First Division the season thereafter. From the relegation playoff ceased to exist as now the 16th placed team relegates directly, whereas the 15th placed team takes part in the Europa League playoff.
The —16 Belgian Pro League was an exception as during that season the 15th placed team did not take part in any playoff, with the season for that team ending after the regular season.
The third-placed team or the fourth-placed team if the Cup winner finished 3rd in the league qualifies for the 3rd and last qualifying round and the winner of the game between the play-offs 2 winner and the fourth-placed team or the fifth-placed team if the Cup winner finished fourth qualifies for the 2nd qualifying round.
Belgacom TV received the rights to show each game in the competition. On June 12, , Aser's Eleven Sports and the Pro League have reached an agreement on the new domestic and international media contract for the coming five years.
As exclusive global rights holder, Eleven Sports will air the rights of all Pro League competitions for the next five seasons from —21 until —25, with both public broadcasters VRT Dutch and RTBF French lands the rights for highlights again.
A total of 74 clubs have played in the first division since its creation in Among those 74 clubs, 44 still exist and the 30 other clubs either went into liquidation or merged with another club.
Players in the Belgian First Division can be of any nationality and a club can sign as many foreign players as desired. The first club to start a game with 11 foreign players was KSC Lokeren in Every year, players are elected for Belgian Golden Shoe awards, the highest awards a player can receive in Belgian competitions, but also for Belgian professional football awards.
Players with African descent, origin or nationality can claim a Belgian Ebony Shoe award. Players compete also every season for the Belgian First Division top scorer, since the —46 season.
Erwin Vandenbergh is the only player to have claimed the top scorer title 4 consecutive times, between —80 and —83 the first three times while at Lierse SK and the last time while at RSC Anderlecht.
Victor Wegria and Josip Weber won the title 3 consecutive times resp. The introduction of this title of honour in was maybe a little too late for first winner Bert De Cleyn as this player has scored the most goals in the history of the Belgian First Division since goals in games between and with KV Mechelen , though he won the top scorer title only once.
Since then, 25 foreign players have finished top scorer. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Belgian Pro League.
Main article: List of Belgian football champions. Main article: List of Belgian First Division clubs. OH Leuven.