Undisputed Lists

The FINAL 2020/21 Gold List Ranking: Bayern remained at the top of the pile for another edition, while Chlesea missed out on the ‘Top 10’ with the European title.

At the end of the 2020/21 Season, the UEFA Champions League winners and the UEFA Europa League winners were both from the top-5 leagues in Europe.
Chelsea was the 2020/21 UEFA Champions League winner.
Villarreal (Spanish La Liga) was the 202/21 UEFA Europa League winners.

The current Champions of Europe couldn’t crack the top 10 in the Gold List rankings

In the domestic leagues, the defending champions were dethroned in England, Spain, France, and in Italy.

 

 

The MGSVfutbol Gold List is the ranking of the 98 football clubs that are currently in Europe’s top five domestic leagues by their performance in their domestic leagues.
The ranking takes into account match results and how it was acquired.
The value from titles won through the season is added to the final GOLD LIST ranking at the end of the domestic season.
The calculations for the value of each cup title won are done with the ranking position and ranking points of the opposing teams in the final stages of the tournament.

The value of each cup competition is also based on the competitiveness of the competition. Continental cup competitions carry more points with them than Domestic Cup competitions.

In the end, the final ranking displays more than just the title won.

 

UEFA ranks these as the best 5 domestic leagues in Europe.
La Liga (Spain)
Premier League (England)
Serie A (Italy)
Bundesliga (Germany)
Ligue 1 (France)

 

 

THE RELEGATION PLAY-OFF TIES
Nantes (French Ligue 1) and FC Koln (German Bundesliga) had to play in the relegation playoff matches to keep their status in the top flight. Both teams were triumphant in their respective games.

Nantes won 2-2 on aggregate against Toulouse in the playoff match for the 2021/22 French Ligue 1, while FC Koln won 5-1 on the road to overcoming a 1-0 home defeat in the opening keg of their relegation playoff match against Holstein Kiel for a place in the 2021/22 German Bundesliga.

 

 

 

 

2020/20 ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

CHAMPIONS
Manchester City (5th Premier League title)

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
Manchester City
Manchester United
Liverpool
Chelsea

EUROPA LEAGUE
Leicester City
West Ham United

EUROPA CONFERENCE LEAGUE
Tottenham Hotspur

RELEGATED
Fulham
West Bromwich Albion
Sheffield United

 

THE TOP GOALSCORERS IN THE ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE AT THE END OF THE SEASON

Harry Kane (Tottenham) – 23 goals
Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – 22 goals
Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United) – 18 goals
Patrick Bamford (Leeds United) – 17 goals
Son Heung-min (Tottenham Hotspur) – 17 goals
Calvert-Lewin (Everton) – 16 goals
Jamie Vardy (Leicester City) – 15 goals

 

THE TOP ASSIST PROVIDERS OF THE 2020/21 ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

Harry Kane (Tottenham) – 14 assists
Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City) – 12 assists
Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United) – 12 assists
Jack Grealish (Aston Villa) – 10 assists
Son Heung-min (Tottenham) – 10 assists

 

2020/21 SPANISH LA LIGA

CHAMPIONS
Atlético Madrid (11th title league title)

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
Atlético Madrid
Real Madrid
Barcelona
Sevilla
Villarreal (as Europa League winners) {this means there won’t be a Spanish La Liga team in the Europa Conference League}

EUROPA LEAGUE
Real Sociedad
Real Betis

RELEGATED
Huesca
Valladolid
Eibar

 

TOP GOAL SCORERS IN THE SPANISH LA LIGA AT THE END OF THE 2020/21 SEASON

Lionel Messi (Barcelona) – 30 goals
Karim Benzema (Real Madrid) – 23 goals
Gerard Moreno (Villarreal) – 23 goals
Luis Suárez (Atlético Madrid) – 21 goals
Youssef En-Nesyri (Sevilla) – 18 goals
Alexander Isak (Real Sociedad) – 17 goals

 

TOP SPANISH LA LIGA ASSIST PROVIDERS OF THE 2020/21 SEASON

Iago Aspas (Celta Vigo) – 13 assists
Marcos Llorente (Atlético Madrid) – 11 assists
Yannick Carrasco (Atlético Madrid) – 10 assists
Toni Kroos (Real Madrid) – 10 assists

 

2020/21 FRENCH LIGUE 1

CHAMPIONS
Lille (4th Ligue 1 title)

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
Lille
Paris Saint-Germain
Monaco – qualifying round (third round)

EUROPA LEAGUE
Lyon
Marseille

EUROPA CONFERENCE LEAGUE
Rennes

RELEGATED
Nîmes
Dijon

 

TOP SCORERS AT THE END OF THE FRENCH LIGUE 1 SEASON

Kylian Mbappé (Paris Saint-Germain) – 27 goals
Wissam Ben Yedder (Monaco) – 20 goals
Memphis Depay (Lyon) – 20 goals
Ludovic Ajorque (Strasbourg) – 16 goals
Gaëtan Laborde (Montpellier) – 16 goals
Kevin Volland (Monaco) – 16 goals
Burak Yılmaz (Lille) – 16 goals
Andy Delort (Montpellier) – 15 goals

 

TOP FRENCH LIGUE 1 ASSIST PROVIDERS OF THE 2020/21 SEASON

Memphis Depay (Lyon) – 12 assists
Zinedine Ferhat (Nîmes) – 10 assists
Dimitri Payet (Marseille) – 10 assists

 

 

 

2020/21 GERMAN BUNDESLIGA

CHAMPIONS
Bayern Munich (30th Bundesliga title)

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
Bayern Munich
RB Leipzig
Borussia Dortmund
Wolfsburg

EUROPA LEAGUE
Frankfurt
Leverkusen

EUROPA CONFERENCE LEAGUE
Union Berlin

RELEGATED
Werder Bremen
Schalke

 

TOP GOALSCORERS IN THE GERMAN BUNDESLIGA

Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) – 41 goals
André Silva (Eintracht Frankfurt) – 28 goals
Erling Haaland (Borussia Dortmund) – 27 goals
Andrej Kramarić (Hoffenheim) – 20 goals
Wout Weghorst (Wolfsburg) – 20 goals
Saša Kalajdžić (Stuttgart) – 16 goals

 

TOP ASSISTS PROVIDERS IN THE GERMAN BUNDESLIGA

Thomas Muller (Bayern Munich) – 18 assists
Filip Kostić (Frankfurt) – 14 assists
Daichi Kamada (Frankfurt) – 12 assists
Jonas Hofmann (Mönchengladbach) – 11 assists
Jadon Sancho (Dortmund) – 11 assists
Kingsley Coman (Bayern Munich) – 10 assists
Moussa Diaby (Leverkusen) – 10 assists
Vincenzo Grifo (Freiburg) – 10 assists
Raphaël Guerreiro (Dortmund) – 10 assists
Joshua Kimmich (Bayern Munich) – 10 assists

 

2020/21 ITALIAN SERIE A

CHAMPIONS
Inter Milan (19th league title)

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
Inter Milan
AC Milan
Atalanta
Juventus

EUROPA LEAGUE
Napoli
Lazio

EUROPA CONFERENCE LEAGUE
Roma

RELEGATED
Benevento
Crotone
Parma

 

THE TOP SCORERS IN THE ITALIAN SERIE A AT THE END OF THE SEASON

Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus) – 29 goals
Romelu Lukaku (Inter Milan) – 24 goals
Luis Muriel (Atalanta) – 22 goals
Dušan Vlahović (Fiorentina) – 21 goals
Ciro Immobile (Lazio) – 20 goals
Simy Nwankwo (Crotone) – 20 goals
Lorenzo Insigne (Napoli) – 19 goals
Domenico Berardi (Sassuolo) – 17 goals
Lautaro Martínez (Inter Milan) – 17 goals
João Pedro (Cagliari) – 16 goals
Duvan Zapata (Atalanta) – 15 goals
Zlatan Ibrahimovic (AC Milan) – 15 goals

 

LEADING ASSIST PROVIDERS AT THE END OF THE ITALIAN SERIE A SEASON

Ruslan Malinovskyi (Atalanta) – 12 assists
Romelu Lukaku (Inter Milan) – 11 assists
Juan Cuadrado (Juventus) – 10 assists
Henrikh Mkhitaryan (Roma) – 10 assists
Piotr Zieliński (Napoli) – 10 assists

 

 

 

 

 

BAYERN MUNICH
German Bundesliga

With the season they had in the previous year, it was always going to be difficult for Bayern Munich to top it.
Bayern Munich kept their hands on the German Bundesliga title but failed to defend the DFB-Pokal and the UEFA Champions League title.

 

INTER MILAN
Italian Serie A

Won the Serie A for the first time in 10 years but were eliminated from the Champions League in the group stage after just 1 win out of 6. Inter Milan were Coppa Italia semifinalist, losing to the eventual winners; Juventus.
Antonio Conte took two seasons to do it but finally knocked Juventus from the top of the Serie A. Conte started the title-winning streak for Juventus in 2011 and ended it in 2021.

 

MANCHESTER CITY
English Premier League

They couldn’t keep a string of victories in their opening nine matches of the English Premier League season. They suffered their first defeat of the Premier League season in their second match (5-2 home defeat against Leicester City).

In the end, Manchester City finished 12 points clear at the top of the standings and took back their crown from Liverpool in the English Premier League.

They won the EFL Cup but lost out on the FA Cup after a semi-final defeat to Chelsea.

 

ATLETICO MADRID
Spanish La Liga

Atletico Madrid won their first league title since 2014.
Just like in 2014, a positive result was needed in the final round of the season to secure the league title.

 

LILLE
French Ligue 1

They lost the Coupe de France to Paris St. Germain but secured the Ligue 1 title.
No matter how good a team is playing in the French Ligue 1, the expectation is that they will eventually vacate the top spot for Paris St. Germain.

Despite some bumps on the road, Lille held on to the top spot to win the French Ligue 1 on the final day of the season after a 2-1 win at Angers.

 

 

GOLD LIST RANKING 1-10

1. Bayern Munich (German Bundesliga) = 511.21 points
2. Inter Milan (Italian Serie A) = 454.37 points
3. Manchester City (English Premier League) = 432.92 points
4. Atlético Madrid (Spanish La Liga) = 338.76 points
5. Lille (French Ligue 1) = 313.08 points
6. Paris St. Germain (French Ligue 1) = 223.79 points
7. AC Milan (Italian Serie A) = 166.17 points
8. Real Madrid (Spanish La Liga) = 164.41 points
9. Manchester United (English Premier League) = 162.67 points
10. Barcelona (Spanish La Liga) = 146.12 points

 

 

PARIS ST. GERMAIN
French Ligue 1

Won the Coupe de France but that would not be enough for a team that is used to winning these league titles.

Paris St. Germain lost the French Ligue 1 title to Lille after starting their season with defeats in their opening two games.

 

AC MILAN
Italian Serie A

At the start of their season, AC Milan were contenders for the Italian Serie A title.
They went through their opening 15 games of the Serie A season without suffering a defeat; winning 11 matches.
In the end, qualifying for the Champions League for the first time since 2013 was the best thing they could achieve while their city rival lifted the trophy.

They finished second in the league, quarterfinalist in the Coppa Italia, and ‘Round of 16’ finish in the UEFA Europa League.

 

REAL MADRID
Spanish La Liga

They needed Atletico Madrid to drop points in the final round of the La Liga season to win the title with a win.
A Champions League semi-finalist and a second-place finish in the Spanish La Liga.
Some might argue that the Supercopa de Espana defeat to Athletic Club was the start but others will count their shock elimination from the Copa del Rey by Alcoyano is what can be looked back to as the beginning of Real Madrid’s trophyless season.

Despite the disappointments, Real Madrid ended their season on a much stronger and better note than how they started it.

 

MANCHESTER UNITED
English Premier League

Manchester United probably finished higher in the league standings than many would’ve expected. They finished 2nd in the league behind Manchester City in the English Premier League.
They dropped from the UEFA Champions League and ended up a win away from lifting the UEFA Europa League title. They lost the Europa League title to Villarreal.

They were eliminated from the FA Cup at the quarter-final stage by the eventual winners and eliminated from the EFL Cup at the semifinal stage by the eventual winners. (Leicester City won the FA Cup and Manchester City won the EFL Cup)

 

BARCELONA
Spanish La Liga

Considering how the season started for Barcelona, it was a successful run to finish with Champions League qualification and their 31st Copa del Rey title, but it would feel like a major disappointment when we factor in their failure to take advantage of the opportunity to win a league double in the final rounds of the season.

 

CHELSEA
English Premier League.

A mid-season managerial switch made a big difference in Chelsea’s fortunes. Thomas Tuchel replaced Frank Lampard as Chelsea’s manager on January 26, 2021, and Chelsea went 10 straight Premier League games without a defeat and two Champions League matches with a 3-0 aggregate win. For context, the 8 league games Chelsea played before Tuchel’s arrival was made up of 5 defeats, 2 wins, and a draw.

The current Champions of Europe couldn’t crack the top 10 in the Gold List rankings. Chelsea got a boost after picking up the 2021 UEFA Champions League; their second title in the club’s history. The boost gained from being European champions could only get Chelsea to the edge of the top 10.

Chelsea finished 4th in the Premier League to secure a Champions League position that would’ve still been secured with the Champions League title.

We will see how Chelse’s form is kept in the coming season. Should it continue, they are likely to be top of the pile in the Gold List ranking at the end of next season.

 

ATALANTA
Italian Serie A

Atalanta is becoming a Champions League regular.
After coming in at third in the final Italian Serie A standings, Atalanta will be making an appearance in the UEFA Champions League competition for the third successive season.

A 2-1 defeat in the Coppa Italia final kept them from the silverware, while a 2-0 defeat at home to AC Milan on the final day of the Serie A season kept them from second place in the final league standings.

 

JUVENTUS
Italian Serie A

Lost the league title for the first time in 10 seasons and barely qualified for the Champions League.
Had it not been the resilience of Hellas Verona at Naples, Juventus would’ve missed out on Champions League football for the coming season despite a 4-1 win at Bologna on the final day of the season.
They ended their Italian Serie A campaign 13 points from the top and in fourth place.

They topped their Champions League group but were eliminated at the Round-of-16 stage by Porto.

 

GOLD LIST RANKING 11-20

11. Chelsea (English Premier League) = 136.41 points
12. Atalanta (Italian Serie A) = 132.09 points
13. RB Leipzig (German Bundesliga) = 124.57 points
14. Borussia Dortmund (German Bundesliga) = 121.97 points
15. Monaco (French Ligue 1) = 112.04 points
16. Juventus (Italian Serie A) = 109.78 points
17. Liverpool (English Premier League) = 88.99 points
18. Lyon (French Ligue 1) = 86.66 points
19. Napoli (Italian Serie A) = 74.93 points
20. Leicester City (English Premier League) = 71.26 points

 

 

DORTMUND
German Bundesliga

Dortmund finished third in the German Bundesliga; a higher positional finish than what was expected from the domestic season they had, but somewhat below their pre-season expectations of most football fans.
They won the DFB-Pokal and finished as a quarterfinalist in the 2020/21 UEFA Champions League.
Winning their last 7 league games rescued them from missing out on Champions League qualification for the coming season.

 

MONACO
French Ligue 1

Monaco would’ve had the direct qualification to the Champions League if Manchester United had won the Europa League final. They qualified for the Champions League third-round qualifying spot in the French Ligue 1 after coming behind Lille and Paris St. Germain.

They lost the Coupe de France final to Paris St. Germain.

 

LIVERPOOL
English Premier League

A 5-4 defeat after penalty kick-offs with Arsenal cost them the FA Community Shield at the start of their season, and the chance at the EFL Cup.

Manchester United knocked them out of the FA Cup in the fourth round.

Anfield stopped being a fortress and Liverpool stopped being unbeatable.
They went 8 home games without a win at some point in the season; losing 5 of those games.

They lost their first Merseyside derby in over 10 years after losing 2-0 at home to Everton.
They dropped points at home to teams that were relegated at the end of the season; a draw against West Brom and a defeat to Fulham.

DRAW – Liverpool 1-1 West Brom
DRAW – Liverpool 0-0 Manchester United
LOSS – Liverpool 0-1 Burnley
LOSS – Liverpool 0-1 Brighton
LOSS – Liverpool 1-4 Manchester City
LOSS – Liverpool – 0-2 Everton
DRAW – Liverpool 1-1 Chelsea
LOSS – Liverpool 0-1 Fulham

The Premier League’s defending champions could not save their status as champions but did end their season on a high.

With a few rounds left to go of the 2020/21 season, Liverpool were on the brink of missing out on Champions League football in the coming season and barely had their hands on the Europa League qualification as well. In the end, they finished comfortably in 3rd place.

Their Champions League run for this season-ending in the quarterfinals against Real Madrid.

 

LYON
French Ligue 1

They ended their French Ligue 1 season with a home defeat against Nice.
After flirting with the idea of being title contenders, Lyon finished in fourth place in the Europa League group stage. It was a poor start to their season, winning 1 of their opening six games.

 

 

 

 

GOLD LIST RANKING 21-40

21. Sevilla (Spanish La Liga) = 63.49 points
22. Wolfsburg (German Bundesliga) = 58.97 points
23. Villarreal (Spanish La Liga) = 58.32 points
24. Frankfurt (German Bundesliga) = 52.38 points
25. Real Sociedad (Spanish La Liga) = 41.95 points
26. Lazio (Italian Serie A) = 40.10 points
27. West Ham United (English Premier League) = 38.56 points
28. Marseille (French Ligue 1) = 37.49 points
29. Tottenham (English Premier League) = 34.41 points
30. Roma (Italian Serie A) = 34.41 points
31. Real Betis (Spanish La Liga) = 30.12 points
32. Arsenal (English Premier League) = 29.44 points
33. Bayer Leverkusen (German Bundesliga) = 29.36 points
34. Rennes (French Ligue 1) = 29.28 points
35. Sassuolo (Italian Serie A) = 28.24 points
36. Lens (French Ligue 1) = 25.73 points
37. Mönchengladbach (German Bundesliga) = 25.51 points
38. Leeds United (English Premier League) = 23.42 points
39. Montpellier (French Ligue 1) = 23.18 points
40. Union Berlin (German Bundesliga) = 22.72 points

 

LEICESTER CITY
English Premier League

A 4-2 home defeat against Tottenham on the last day of the season ended Leicester City’s dream of playing in the UEFA Champions League in the 2021/22 season.
Just like the season before, Leicester City spent most of the season in a Champions League qualifying spot in the league standings but ended up throwing away their qualification in the final weeks of the season. Leicester City will be back in the Europa League for the coming season after ending the English Premier League season in 5th.

Their Europa League journey was ended by Slavia Prague (Czech Republic). It was an unexpected exit for Leicester City at the Round-of-32 stage after convincingly winning their group.

 

LAZIO
Italian Serie A

Bayern Munich eliminated Lazio at the Round-of-16 stage of the Champions League this season.
Next season, Lazio will be in the UEFA Europa League after finishing in 6th place in the Italian Serie A.

 

NAPOLI
Italian Serie A

Napoli needed a win against Hellas Verona to secure Champions League football for the coming season; they failed to do so.
Napoli will be playing in the UEFA Europa League next season after finishing in 5th and a point away from Champions League qualification.

 

SEVILLA
Spanish La Liga

Their Champions League run ended at the ‘Round of 16’ stage when they came against Dortmund. They were a goal away from getting even on the score.
Sevilla finished 4th in the Spanish La Liga.

 

RB LEIPZIG
German Bundesliga

It was a promising season, but in the end, RB Leipzig was closer to third place Dortmund than they were to first-place Bayern Munich.
They lost the DFB-Pokal final to Borussia Dortmund and the German Bundesliga (and manager) to Bayern Munich.

They made it out of their Champions League group after beating Manchester United at Old Trafford but ended up losing 2-0 in both ‘Round of 16′ ties with Liverpool.

 

GOLD LIST RANKING 41-60

41. Celta Vigo (Spanish La Liga) = 20.94 points
42. Stuttgart (German Bundesliga) = 18.20 points
43. Sampdoria (Italian Serie A) = 17.48 points
44. Athletic Club (Spanish La Liga) = 17.24 points
45. Nice (French Ligue 1) = 16.88 points
46. Everton (English Premier League) = 16.67 points
47. Aston Villa (English Premier League) = 15.93 points
48. Freiburg (German Bundesliga) = 15.11 points
49. Granada (Spanish La Liga) = 14.09 points
50. Hoffenheim (German Bundesliga) = 13.17 points
51. Metz (French Ligue 1) = 12.11 points
52. Hellas Verona (Italian Serie A) = 12.00 points
53. Genoa (Italian Serie A) = 10.41 points
54. Saint-Étienne (French Ligue 1) = 10.37 points
55. Bologna (Italian Serie A) = 10.22 points
56. Newcastle United (English Premier League) = 10.08 points
57. Valencia (Spanish La Liga) = 9.57 points
58. Bordeaux (French Ligue 1) = 9.39 points
59. Osasuna (Spanish La Liga) = 8.91 points
60. Fiorentina (Italian Serie A) = 8.40 points

 

 

FC KOLN SAVED THEIR SEASON ON THE FINAL DAY, WHILE WERDER BREMEN LOST THEIRS

German Bundesliga - MatchDay 33
15th - Arminia Bielefeld - 32 points
{Relegation Playoff}
16th - Werder Bremen - 31 points
{Relegation Zone}
17th - FC Koln - 30 points
18th - Schalke - 16 points

 

Before the kick-off of the final round of the season, Werder Bremen was 16th in the league in the relegation play-off spot, while FC Koln was a point and a position behind in the relegation zone.
Werder Bremen needed a win against Monchengladbach to guarantee their league position, and possible move out of the relegation playoff spot in case Arminia Bielefeld suffered defeat.
FC Koln had to face a Schalke team that was already relegated with nothing to lose and the freedom to play. Schalke were also coming into the game on the back of a 4-3 win against Frankfurt. A win that denied Frankfurt from qualifying for Champions League football in the coming season.

 

RESULTS – MatchDay 34
Stuttgart 0-2 Arminia Bielefeld
Koln 1-0 Schalke
Werder Bremen 2-4 Monchengladbach

 

German Bundesliga - MatchDay 34
15th - Arminia Bielefeld - 32 points
{Relegation Playoff}
16th - FC Koln - 30 points
{Relegation Zone}
17th - Werder Bremen - 31 points
18th - Schalke - 16 points

 

GOLD LIST RANKING 61-80

61. Mainz (German Bundesliga) = 8.29 points
62. Angers (French Ligue 1) = 8.08 points
63. Strasbourg (French Ligue 1) = 8.04 points
64. Spezia (Italian Serie A) = 8.01 points
65. Cádiz (Spanish La Liga) = 8.00 points
66. Southampton (English Premier League) = 7.92 points
67. Levante (Spanish La Liga) = 7.78 points
68. Lorient (French Ligue 1) = 7.70 points
69. Crystal Palace (English Premier League) = 7.66 points
70. Wolves (English Premier League) = 7.65 points
71. Reims (French Ligue 1) = 7.27 points
72. Brest (French Ligue 1) = 7.12 points
73. Udinese (Italian Serie A) = 7.04 points
74. Hertha Berlin (German Bundesliga) = 6.68 points
75. Augsburg (German Bundesliga) = 6.63 points
76. Torino (Italian Serie A) = 6.40 points
77. Nantes (French Ligue 1) = 6.07 points
78. Brighton (English Premier League) = 5.96 points
79. Cagliari (Italian Serie A) = 5.86 points
80. Alavés (Spanish La Liga) = 5.07 points

 

 

SCHALKE
German Bundesliga

Schalke spent the entire season in the relegation zone after winning only three games in their 2020/21 German Bundesliga campaign.
4 wins and 33 defeats in their last 50 Bundesliga matches. Schalke’s poor form started at the midpoint of the 2019/20 season and continued through the 2020/21 season. Fair to say it was not a surprise to anyone watching when they were the first team to get relegated weeks before the end of the Bundesliga season.

 

SHEFFIELD UNITED
English Premier League

To be the worst-ranked side out of the 98 teams, you will likely need to have been on the end of the most defeats, while scoring the fewest goals. Sheffield United did just that.

29 defeats = the most in Europe’s top 5 leagues.
The highest losing rate at 76.32%
The fewest goals scored (20)
The lowest point per game average

 

 

GOLD LIST RANKING 81-98

81. Burnley (English Premier League) = 4.63 points
82. FC Köln (German Bundesliga) = 4.63 points
83. Getafe (Spanish La Liga) = 4.51 points
84. Nîmes (French Ligue 1) = 4.39 points
85. Arminia Bielefeld (German Bundesliga) = 4.33 points
86. Benevento (Italian Serie A) = 4.32 points
87. Werder Bremen (German Bundesliga) = 4.32 points
88. Elche (Spanish La Liga) = 4.27 points
89. Crotone (Italian Serie A) = 3.85 points
90. Huesca (Spanish La Liga) = 3.77 points
91. Valladolid (Spanish La Liga) = 3.20 points
92. West Brom (English Premier League) = 2.90 points
93. Parma (Italian Serie A) = 2.68 points
94. Eibar (Spanish La Liga) = 2.59 points
95. Fulham (English Premier League) = 2.49 points
96. Schalke (German Bundesliga) = 1.61 points
97. Dijon (French Ligue 1) = 1.60 points
98. Sheffield United (English Premier League) = 1.57 points.

 

 

 

 

Team WINS

Inter Milan won 73.68% of their league matches in the Italian Serie A. Manchester City’s 71.05% win rate in the English Premier League.
Paris St. Germain’s 68.42% win rate put them in 5th on the list of teams with the highest win rate. The four teams above them in that list were league winners.

Lille won the French Ligue 1 with a 63.16% win rate.
The same rate as AC Milan, Napoli, Barcelona, Sevilla, and Monaco. Yet Lille were league winners and the others were not.

Parma had the smallest win rate at 7.89% in the Italian Serie A, followed by Schalke in the German Bundesliga with 8.82%. Dijon’s win rate was 10.53% in the French Ligue 1.
There was no surprise here that the team with the smallest win rate were also relegated.

 

HIGHEST WIN RATE
Inter Milan (Italian Serie A) 73.68%
Manchester City (English Premier League) 71.05%
Bayern Munich (German Bundesliga) 70.59%
Atlético Madrid (Spanish La Liga) 68.42%
Paris St. Germain (French Ligue 1) 68.42%
Real Madrid (Spanish La Liga) 65.79%
AC Milan (Italian Serie A) 63.16%
Napoli (Italian Serie A) 63.16%
Barcelona (Spanish La Liga) 63.16%
Sevilla (Spanish La Liga) 63.16%
Lille (French Ligue 1) 63.16%
Monaco (French Ligue 1) 63.16%
Atalanta (Italian Serie A) 60.53%
Juventus (Italian Serie A) 60.53%

LOWEST WIN RATE
Parma (Italian Serie A) – 7.89%
Schalke (German Bundesliga) – 8.82%
Dijon (French Ligue 1) – 10.53%
Fulham (English Premier League) – 13.16%
West Brom (English Premier League) – 13.16%
Valladolid (Spanish La Liga) – 13.16%
Crotone (Italian Serie A) – 15.79%
Eibar (Spanish La Liga) – 15.79%
Sheffield United (English Premier League) – 18.42%
Torino (Italian Serie A) – 18.42%
Benevento (Italian Serie A) – 18.42%
Huesca (Spanish La Liga) – 18.42%

 

Inter Milan had the most wins in all of Europe’s top-5 leagues. 28 wins from their 38 league matches in the Italian Serie A.
Manchester United won 27 of their 38 matches in the English Premier League.
Atletico Madrid won 26 of the 38 matches in the Spanish La Liga, the same amount of wins as Paris St. Germain had from their 38 matches in the French Ligue 1.
Unlike the other three teams mentioned, Paris St. Germain were not league winners.

Parma picked up 3 wins from their 38 games in the Italian Serie A. Schalke did the same in the German Bundesliga. Those were the fewest wins picked up by a team in Europe’s top 5 leagues.

MOST MATCHES WON
Inter Milan (Italian Serie A) – 28 wins
Manchester City (English Premier League) – 27 wins
Atlético Madrid (Spanish La Liga) – 26 wins
Paris St. Germain (French Ligue 1) – 26 wins
Real Madrid (Spanish La Liga) – 25 wins
AC Milan (Italian Serie A) – 24 wins
Napoli (Italian Serie A) – 24 wins
Barcelona (Spanish La Liga) – 24 wins
Sevilla (Spanish La Liga) – 24 wins
Lille (French Ligue 1) – 24 wins
Monaco (French Ligue 1) – 24 wins
Bayern Munich (German Bundesliga) – 24 wins
Atalanta (Italian Serie A) – 23 wins
Juventus (Italian Serie A) – 23 wins
Lyon (French Ligue 1) – 22 wins
Manchester United (English Premier League) – 21 wins
Lazio (Italian Serie A) – 21 wins
Liverpool (English Premier League) – 20 wins
Leicester City (English Premier League) – 20 wins
Dortmund (German Bundesliga) – 20 wins

FEWEST MATCHES WON
Parma (Italian Serie A) – 3 wins
Schalke (German Bundesliga) – 3 wins
Dijon (French Ligue 1) – 4 wins
Fulham (English Premier League) – 5 wins
West Brom (English Premier League) – 5 wins
Valladolid (Spanish La Liga) – 5 wins

 

Team LOSSES

Inter Milan and Lille were beaten the fewest times.
Inter suffered three defeats in the Italian Serie A, while Lille did the same in the French Ligue 1.

On the other end of that record lies Sheffield United with 29 defeats in 38 English Premier League matches. Crotone followed with 27 goals in the Italian Serie A.

 

Teams with the FEWEST DEFEAT
Inter Milan (Italian Serie A) – 3 defeats
Lille (French Ligue 1) – 3 defeats
Atlético Madrid (Spanish La Liga) – 4 defeats
Real Madrid (Spanish La Liga) – 4 defeats
Bayern Munich (German Bundesliga) – 4 defeats
Manchester City (English Premier League) – 6 defeats
Atalanta (Italian Serie A) – 6 defeats
Juventus (Italian Serie A) – 6 defeats
Lyon (French Ligue 1) – 6 defeats
Manchester United (English Premier League) – 6 defeats
Frankfurt (German Bundesliga) – 6 defeats

 

Teams with the MOST DEFEATS
Sheffield United (English Premier League) – 29 defeats
Crotone (Italian Serie A) – 27 defeats
Dijon (French Ligue 1) – 25 defeats
Parma (Italian Serie A) – 24 defeats
Schalke (German Bundesliga) – 24 defeats
West Brom (English Premier League) – 22 defeats
Nîmes (French Ligue 1) – 21 defeats
Eibar (Spanish La Liga) – 20 defeats
Fulham (English Premier League) – 20 defeats

 

The teams with the LOWEST LOSING RATE
Inter Milan (Italian Serie A) – 7.89%
Lille (French Ligue 1) – 7.89%
Atlético Madrid (Spanish La Liga) – 10.53%
Real Madrid (Spanish La Liga) – 10.53%
Bayern Munich (German Bundesliga) – 11.76%
Manchester City (English Premier League) – 15.79%
Atalanta (Italian Serie A) – 15.79%
Juventus (Italian Serie A) – 15.79%
Lyon (French Ligue 1) – 15.79%
Manchester United (English Premier League) – 15.79%
Frankfurt (German Bundesliga) – 17.65%
AC Milan (Italian Serie A) – 18.42%
Barcelona (Spanish La Liga) – 18.42%

 

The teams with the HIGHEST LOSING RATE
Sheffield United (English Premier League) – 76.32%
Crotone (Italian Serie A) – 71.05%
Schalke (German Bundesliga) – 70.59%
Dijon (French Ligue 1) – 65.79%
Parma (Italian Serie A) – 63.16%
West Brom (English Premier League) – 57.89%
Nîmes (French Ligue 1) – 55.26%
Augsburg (German Bundesliga) – 52.94%
Eibar (Spanish L aLiga) – 52.63%
Fulham (English Premier League) – 52.63%
Arminia Bielefeld (German Bundesliga) – 50.00%
FC Köln (German Bundesliga) – 50.00%
Werder Bremen (German Bundesliga) – 50.00%
Bordeaux (French Ligue 1) – 50.00%
Southampton (English Premier League) – 50.00%
Brest (French Ligue 1) – 50.00%
Burnley (English Premier League) – 50.00%
Cagliari (Italian Serie A) – 50.00%
Benevento (Italian Serie A) – 50.00%

 

 

 

Team GOALS SCORED

Bayern Munich were a goal away from scoring 100 league goals in the German Bundesliga.
The 99 goals scored in a 34-game league was 9 more than the next team on the list; Atalanta in the Italian Serie A.

Sheffield United’s 20 goals in the English Premier League was the fewest scored by a side in Europe’s top 5 leagues.
That was 5 goals fewer than the closest team on the list.

Bayern Munich averaging 2.9 goals per game is also the highest in Europe’s top 5 leagues.

 

The teams with the MOST GOALS SCORED
Bayern Munich (German Bundesliga) – 99 goals
Atalanta (Italian Serie A) – 90 goals
Inter Milan (Italian Serie A) – 89 goals
Paris St. Germain (French Ligue 1) – 86 goals
Napoli (Italian Serie A) – 86 goals
Barcelona (Spanish La Liga) – 85 goals
Manchester City (English Premier) – 83 goals
Lyon (French Ligue 1) – 81 goals

 

The teams with the most LEAST GOALS SCORED
Sheffield United (English Premier League) – 20 goals
Dijon (French Ligue 1) – 25 goals
Schalke (German Bundesliga) – 25 goals
Arminia Bielefeld (German Bundesliga) – 26 goals
Fulham (English Premier League) – 27 goals
Getafe (Spanish La Liga) – 28 goals
Eibar (Spanish La Liga) – 29 goals

 

Teams with the MOST GOALS PER GAME
Bayern Munich (German Bundesliga) – 2.91
Atalanta (Italian Serie A) – 2.37
Inter Milan (Italian Serie A) – 2.34
Paris St. Germain (French Ligue 1) – 2.26
Napoli (Italian Serie A) – 2.26
Barcelona (Spanish La Liga) – 2.24
Dortmund (German Bundesliga) – 2.21
Manchester City (English Premier League) – 2.18
Lyon (French Ligue 1) – 2.13
Frankfurt (German Bundesliga) – 2.03
Juventus (Italian Serie A) – 2.03
Monaco (French Ligue 1) – 2.00

 

Teams with the LEAST GOALS PER GAME
Sheffield United (English Premier League) – 0.53
Dijon (French Ligue 1) – 0.66
Fulham (English Premier League) – 0.71
Schalke (German Bundesliga) – 0.74
Getafe (Spanish La Liga) – 0.74
Eibar (Spanish La Liga) – 0.76
Arminia Bielefeld (German Bundesliga) – 0.76
Burnley (English Premier League) – 0.87
Valladolid (Spanish La Liga) – 0.89
Elche (Spanish La Liga) – 0.89
Huesca (Spanish La Liga) – 0.89
West Brom (English Premier League) – 0.92
Cádiz (Spanish La Liga) – 0.95
Wolves (English Premier League) – 0.95
Alavés (Spanish La Liga) – 0.95
Osasuna (Spanish La Liga) – 0.97
FC Köln (German Bundesliga) – 1.00

 

Team GOALS CONCEDED
Cotrone conceded a whopping 92 goals in 38 Italian Serie A matches; the most goals conceded by any team in Europe’s top 5 leagues.
In terms of goals per game ratio, Schalke conceded the most at 2.53 goals a game to Crotone’s 2.42 goals per game.
Schalks conceded 86 goals in 34 Bundesliga matches.
It is fitting that both teams ended up relegated.

 

MOST GOALS CONCEDED
Crotone (Italian Serie A) – 92 goals conceded
Schalke (german Bundesliga) – 86 goals conceded
Parma (Italian Serie A) – 83 goals conceded
West Brom (English Premier League) – 76 goals conceded
Benevento (Italian Serie A) – 75 goals conceded
Dijon (french Ligue) – 73 goals conceded
Spezia (Italian Serie A) – 72 goals conceded
Nîmes (french Ligue) – 71 goals conceded

 

LEAST GOALS CONCEDED
Lille (French Ligue 1) – 23 goals conceded
Atlético Madrid (Spanish La Liga) – 25 goals conceded
Real Madrid (Spanish La Liga) – 28 goals conceded
Paris St. Germain (French Ligue 1) – 28 goals conceded
RB Leipzig (German Bundesliga) – 32 goals conceded
Manchester City (English Premier League) – 32 goals conceded
Sevilla (Spanish La Liga) – 33 goals conceded
Inter Milan (Italian Serie A) – 35 goals conceded

 

The HIGHEST RATE OF GOALS CONCEDED
Schalke (German Bundesliga) – 2.53
Crotone (Italian Serie A) – 2.42
Parma (Italian Serie A) – 2.18
West Brom (English Premier League) – 2.00

 

FEWEST GOALS CONCEDED PER GAME
Lille (French Ligue 1) – 0.61
Atlético Madrid (Spanish La Liga) – 0.66
Real Madrid (Spanish La Liga) – 0.74
Paris St. Germain (French Ligue 1) – 0.74
Manchester City (English Premier League) – 0.84
Sevilla (Spanish La Liga) – 0.87

 

 

 

 

LEAGUE POINTS
The league winners picked up the most points per game as expected.
Inter Milan had the highest average points with 2.39 ppg in the Italian Serie A.
Bayern Munich followed with 2.29 ppg from the German Bundesliga. Then Atletico Madrid with 2.26 ppg in the Spanish La Liga.
Real Madrid had a 2.21 ppg even though they were not the league winners in the Spanish La Liga. That was a higher point per game than Lille’s in the French Ligue 1.

Schalke had the fewest points per game at 0.47 in the German Bundesliga.

 

MOST POINTS PER GAME
Inter Milan (Italian Serie A) – 2.39 ppg
Bayern Munich (German Bundesliga) – 2.29 ppg
Atlético Madrid (Spanish La Liga) – 2.26 ppg
Manchester City (English Premier League) – 2.26 ppg
Real Madrid (Spanish La Liga) – 2.21 ppg
Lille (French Ligue 1) – 2.18 ppg
Paris St. Germain (French Ligue 1) – 2.16 ppg
Barcelona (Spanish La Liga) – 2.08 ppg
AC Milan (Italian Serie A) – 2.08 ppg
Juventus (Italian Serie A) – 2.05 ppg
Atalanta (Italian Serie A) – 2.05 ppg
Monaco (French Ligue 1) – 2.05 ppg
Sevilla (Spanish La Liga) – 2.03 ppg
Napoli (Italian Serie A) – 2.03 ppg
Lyon (French Ligue 1) – 2.00 ppg

 

LEAST POINTS PER GAME
Schalke (German Bundesliga) – 0.47 ppg
Parma (Italian Serie A) – 0.53 ppg
Dijon (French Ligue 1) – 0.55 ppg
Crotone (Italian Serie A) – 0.61 ppg
Sheffield United (English Premier League) – 0.61 ppg
West Brom (English Premier League) – 0.68 ppg
Fulham (English Premier League) – 0.74 ppg
Eibar (Spanish La Liga) – 0.79 ppg
Valladolid (Spanish La Liga) – 0.82 ppg
Benevento (Italian Serie A) – 0.87 ppg
Huesca (Spanish La Liga) – 0.89 ppg
Werder Bremen (German Bundesliga) – 0.91 ppg
Nîmes (French Ligue 1) – 0.92 ppg
Elche (Spanish La Liga) – 0.95 ppg
FC Köln (French Ligue 1) – 0.97 ppg
Torino (Italian Serie A) – 0.97 ppg
Cagliari (Italian Serie A) – 0.97 ppg
Getafe (Spanish La Liga) – 1.00 ppg
Alavés (Spanish La Liga) – 1.00 ppg

 

 

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