The Jupiler Pro League season 2020-2021 or Belgian football championship of Division 1A is the highest level of Belgian national football competition. It brings together 18 first teams from professional clubs from different provinces.
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Dates of the Different Phases 2020-2021
The Jupiler Pro League part "Regular Season" is played over 30 Days from Saturday August 8, 2020 to the weekend of March 20, 2021.
Two weeks later, the regular season gives way to the first day of the Play-Offs. The 10th and final day of the Play-offs is played on the weekend of May 29, 2021.
PO1: the TOP 4 of the top ranked first clubs play back and forth matches. The number of points of the classic championship is divided into 2 to start these Play-offs 1.
PO2: Belgian clubs classified from 5th to 8th place compete in Play-offs 2. These clubs are divided into a group of four. All teams start these PO2s with zero points and meet twice (home and away).
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.
JPL top scorer ranking before the playoffs 2021
- Paul Onuachu (Nigeria) 29 goals (KRC Genk)
- Thomas Henry (France) 21 goals (OHL)
- Gianni Bruno (Belgium) 20 goals (Zulte Waregem)
- Yuma Suzuki (Japan) 17 goals (STVV)
- Roman Yaremchuk (Ukraine) 17 goals (KAA Gent)
- Raphael Holzhauser (Austria) 16 goals (Beerschot)
- Ike Ugbo (England) 16 goals (CS Brugge)
The Belgian Champion: qualified for the group stage of the Champions League
Second Belgian league: qualified for the third qualifying round of the Champions League
Winner of the Belgian Cup: qualified for the group stage of the Europa League
Winner of the classic phase of the league: qualified for the third qualifying round of the Europa League
Winner of the POI - POII test match: qualified for the second qualifying round of the Europa League
From the 2020-2021 season, an additional D1B club will have the opportunity to join. The decision on promotion or retention will be made through 2 round-trip play-offs between 15th in Jupiler Pro League and second in D1B.
Ascent and descent
Some changes have also been made regarding which clubs go up and which go down. As for the 2020-2021 season, there will be one club that goes down in D1B and another that goes up in D1A, but a jump-off will also determine who else goes up and down at the end of this season. On the other hand, during the following season, three clubs will go down for only one which goes up in order to be able to return from there to the format of the sixteen teams which seems to please the officials of the Pro League.
Playoffs 1 2021
Playoffs 2 2021
Jupiler Pro League 2020-2021
|# 1||0 Points|| ||Saint-Trond Saint-Trond|
|# 2||0 Points|| ||Mouscron Mouscron|
|# 3||0 Points|| ||Zulte Waregem Zulte Waregem|
|# 4||0 Points|| ||Malines Malines|
|# 5||0 Points|| ||Waasland-Beveren Waasland-Beveren|
|# 6||0 Points|| ||Ostende Ostende|
|# 7||0 Points|| ||Charleroi Charleroi|
|# 8||0 Points|| ||Beerschot Beerschot|
|# 9||0 Points|| ||La Gantoise La Gantoise|
|# 10||0 Points|| ||Eupen Eupen|
|# 11||0 Points|| ||Louvain Louvain|
|# 12||0 Points|| ||Antwerp Antwerp|
|# 13||0 Points|| ||Courtrai Courtrai|
|# 14||0 Points|| ||Cercle de Bruges Cercle de Bruges|
|# 15||0 Points|| ||Anderlecht Anderlecht|
|# 16||0 Points|| ||Standard Standard|
|# 17||76 Points|| ||Genk Genk|