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Play-offs 1 2021 Jupiler Pro League

Playoffs 1 2021

The Playoffs 1 2021 of Jupiler Pro League are played over six days, in a round-trip match system and starts on April 29, 2021 and ends on Sunday May 23, 2021. They are the continuation of the competition of the championship of Belgium football 2020-2021, the second phase of Division 1A, the highest level of Belgian national football competition. This mini-league is reserved for the Top 4 Belgian professional clubs during the regular season, after 34 days.

On this webfoot.be page you can see: the link to the 2021 Play-offs 1 calendar

Playoffs 1 2021 rules

PO1: Before starting the mini competition, the number of points for the classic championship is divided into 2.

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JPL top scorer ranking 2020-2021

The Golden Bull is the top scorer trophy in the Jupiler Pro League. The final ranking is determined at the end of the Play-Offs. We do not take into account the play-offs.

Final ranking of JPL top scorer 2020-2021

  1. Paul Onuachu Nigeria) 29 goals (KRC Genk)
  2. Thomas Henry (France) 21 goals (OHL)
  3. Gianni Bruno (Belgium) 20 goals (Zulte Waregem)
  4. Yuma Suzuki (Japan) 17 goals (Saint Trond)
  5. Roman Yaremchuk (Ukraine) 17goals (KAA Gent)
  6. Raphael Holzhauser (Austria) 16 goals (Beerschot)
  7. Ike Ugbo (England) 16 goals (CS Brugge)

JPL top scorer ranking before the 2021 playoffs

  1. Paul Onuachu (Nigeria) 29 goals (KRC Genk)
  2. Thomas Henry (France) 21 goals (OHL)
  3. Gianni Bruno (Belgium) 20 goals (Zulte Waregem)
  4. Yuma Suzuki (Japan) 17 goals (Saint Trond)
  5. Roman Yaremchuk (Ukraine) 17goals (La Gantoise)
  6. Raphael Holzhauser (Austria) 16 goals (KAA Gent))
  7. Ike Ugbo (England) 16 goals (CS Brugge)

European tickets

The stake of the play offs of the Belgian championship 2020-2021: The 4 European tickets out of the 5 Belgians in the three European Cups.

The Belgian Champion: qualified for the group stage of the Champions League

Second in the Belgian league playoffs: qualified for the third qualifying round of the Champions League

Third in the Belgian league playoffs: qualified for the last qualifying round of the UEFA Europa Conference League

Winner of the Belgian Cup: qualified for the qualifying round of the Europa League

Winner of the 4th POI test match - POII winner: qualified for the last qualifying round of the UEFA Europa Conference League

Participants in play off 1

At the end of the »classic phase« of the Belgian professional football championship (34 days), the 18 teams are separated into two groups of different levels of play-offs according to their position in the standings. The first four clubs are grouped together in the " Play-offs 1 Jupiler Pro League" and see their points halved. These clubs play the matches back and forth (at home and away), the first of the play-offs 1 wins the title of Belgian champion.