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Tables: K-League Standings 2011 to 2015


With the season starting on Saturday, I feel like this is a good time to post this.  If you are interested in seeing how your team has fared from 2011 until 2015, here are the tables.  I really hope I got my math right this time.
2011 K-League Table
Team
P
Wins
Draws
Losses
GF (avg.)
GA (avg.)
Pts.
Avg Pts.
Jeonbuk
30
18 (60%)
9 (30%)
3 (10%)
67 (2.23)
32 (1.07)
63 (70%)
2.1
Pohang
30
17 (56.66%)
8 (26.66%)
5 (16.66%)
59 (1.97)
33 (1.10)
59 (66%)
1.97
FC Seoul
30
16 (53.33%)
7 (23.33%)
7 (23.33%)
56 (1.87)
38 (1.26)
55 (61%)
1.83
(w/Choi Yong-soo)
23
15 (65.21%)
4 (17.39%)
4 (17.39%)
50 (2.17)
28 (1.22)
49 (71%)
2.13
Suwon Samsung
30
17 (57%)
4 (13%)
9 (30%)
51 (1.70)
33 (1.10)
55 (61%)
1.83
Busan I Park
30
13 (43.33%)
7 (23.33%)
10 (33.33%)
49 (1.63)
43 (1.43)
46 (51%)
1.53
Ulsan Hyundai
30
13 (43.33%)
7 (23.33%)
10 (33.33%)
33 (1.10)
29 (0.97)
46 (51%)
1.53
Jeonnam
30
11 (37%)
10 (33%)
9 (30%)
33 (1.10)
29 (0.97)
43 (48%)
1.43
Gyeongnam FC
30
12 (40%)
6 (20%)
12 (40%)
41 (1.37)
40 (1.33)
42 (47%)
1.4
Jeju United
30
10 (33.33%)
10 (33.33%)
10 (33.33%)
44 (1.47)
45 (1.50)
40 (44%)
1.33
Seongnam
30
9 (30%)
8 (27%)
13 (43%)
43 (1.43)
47 (1.57)
35 (39%)
1.17
Gwangju FC
30
9 (30%)
8 (27%)
13 (43%)
32 (1.07)
43 (1.43)
35 (39%)
1.17
Daegu FC
30
8 (27%)
9 (30%)
13 (43%)
35 (1.17)
46 (1.53)
33 (37%)
1.1
Incheon United
30
6 (20%)
14 (47%)
10 (33%)
31 (1.03)
40 (1.33)
32 (36%)
1.07
Sangju Sangmu
30
7 (23%)
8 (27%)
15 (50%)
36 (1.20)
53 (1.77)
29 (32%)
0.97
Daejeon Citizen
30
6 (20%)
9 (30%)
15 (50%)
31 (1.03)
59 (1.97)
27 (30%)
0.9
Gangwon FC
30
3 (10%)
6 (20%)
21 (70%)
14 (0.47)
45 (1.50)
15 (17%)
0.5

Other than 2013, the tightest rate at the top.  One team averaged more than two points, one was pretty much at two points, and the third and fourth teams were pretty damn close.

2012 K-League Classic Table
Team
P
Wins
Draws
Losses
GF (avg.)
GA (avg.)
Pts.
Avg Pts.
FC Seoul
44
29 (66%)
9 (20%)
6 (14%)
76 (1.73)
42 (0.95)
96 (73%)
2.18
Jeonbuk
44
22 (50%)
13 (30%)
9 (20%)
82 (1.86)
49 (1.11)
79 (60%)
1.79
Pohang
44
23 (52%)
8 (18%)
13 (30%)
72 (1.64)
47 (107)
77 (58%)
1.75
Suwon Samsung
44
20 (45%)
13 (30%)
11 (25%)
61 (1.38)
51 (1.16)
73 (55%)
1.66
Ulsan Hyundai
44
18 (41%)
14 (32%)
12 (27%)
60 (1.36)
52 (1.18)
68 (52%)
1.55
Jeju United
44
16 (36%)
15 (34%)
13 (30%)
71 (1.61)
56 (1.27)
63 (48%)
1.43
Busan I Park
44
13 (29.54%)
14 (31.81%)
17 (38.63%)
40 (0.91)
51 (1.16)
53 (40%)
1.2
Gyeongnam FC
44
14 (32%)
8 (18%)
22 (50%)
50 (1.14)
60 (1.36)
50 (38%)
1.14
Incheon United
44
17 (39%)
16 (36%)
11 (25%)
46 (1.05)
40 (0.91)
67 (51%)
1.52
Daegu FC
44
16 (36%)
13 (30%)
15 (34%)
55 (1.25)
56 (1.27)
61 (46%)
1.39
Jeonnam
44
13 (29.54%)
14 (31.81%)
17 (38.63%)
47 (107)
60 (1.36)
53 (40%)
1.2
Seongnam
44
14 (32%)
10 (23%)
20 (45%)
47 (107)
56 (1.27)
52 (39%)
1.18
Daejeon Citizen
44
13 (30%)
11 (25%)
20 (45%)
46 (1.05)
67 (1.52)
50 (38%)
1.14
Gangwon FC
44
14 (32%)
7 (16%)
23 (52%)
57 (1.30)
68 (1.55)
49 (37%)
1.11
Gwangju FC
44
10 (23%)
15 (34%)
19 (43%)
57 (1.30)
67 (1.52)
45 (34%)
1.02
Sangju Sangmu*
44
7 (N/A)
6 (N/A)
31 (N/A)
29 (N/A)
74 (N/A)
27 (N/A)
N/A

Seoul's title win that year was the best by any champion.  That is why I would pick them as being the best team in the K-League for the last five years.  I think would beat any other team, including Jeonbuk in 2014, if they played one another.  

2013 K-League Classic Table
Team
P
Wins
Draws
Losses
GF (avg.)
GA (avg.)
Pts.
Avg Pts.
Pohang
38
21 (55%)
11 (29%)
6 (16%)
63 (1.66)
38 (1.0)
74 (65%)
1.95
Ulsan Hyundai
38
22 (58%)
7 (18%)
9 (24%)
63 (1.66)
37 (0.97)
73 (64%)
1.92
Jeonbuk
38
18 (47%)
9 (24%)
11 (29%)
61 (1.61)
49 (1.29)
63 (55%)
1.66
FC Seoul
38
17 (45%)
11 (29%)
10 (26%)
59 (1.55)
46 (1.21)
62 (54%)
1.63
Suwon Samsung
38
15 (39.47%)
8 (21.05%)
15 (39.47%)
50 (1.32)
43 (1.13)
53 (46%)
1.39
Busan I Park
38
14 (37%)
10 (26%)
14 (37%)
43 (1.13)
41 (1.08)
52 (46%)
1.37
Incheon United
38
12 (31.57%)
14 (36.84%)
12 (31.57%)
48 (1.26)
46 (1.21)
50 (44%)
1.31
Seongnam
38
17 (44.73%)
9 (23.68%)
12 (31.57%)
51 (1.34)
42 (1.11)
60 (53%)
1.58
Jeju United
38
16 (42%)
10 (26%)
12 (32%)
51 (1.34)
46 (1.21)
58 (51%)
1.53
Jeonnam
38
9 (24%)
13 (34%)
16 (42%)
34 (0.89)
45 (1.18)
40 (35%)
1.05
Gyeongnam
38
8 (21%)
13 (34%)
17 (45%)
42 (1.11)
55 (1.45)
37 (32%)
0.97
Gangwon FC
38
8 (21%)
12 (32%)
18 (47%)
37 (0.97)
64 (1.68)
36 (32%)
0.95
Daegu FC
38
6 (16%)
14 (37%)
18 (47%)
38 (1.0)
57 (1.5)
32 (28%)
0.84
Daejeon Citizen
38
7 (18%)
11 (29%)
20 (53%)
37 (0.97)
68 (1.79)
32 (28%)
0.84

I have written extensively on the race between Pohang and Ulsan and Seoul's terrible start.  Therefore, I will write no more.

2014 K-League Classic Table
Team
P
Wins
Draws
Losses
GF (avg.)
GA (avg.)
Pts.
Avg Pts.
Jeonbuk
38
24 (63%)
9 (24%)
5 (13%)
60 (1.58)
22 (0.58)
81 (71%)
2.13
Suwon Samsung
38
19 (50%)
10 (26%)
9 (24%)
52 (1.37)
37 (0.97)
67 (59%)
1.76
FC Seoul
38
15 (39.47%)
13 (34.21%)
10 (26.31%)
42 (1.11)
28 (0.74)
58 (51%)
1.53
Pohang
38
16 (42%)
10 (26%)
12 (32%)
50 (1.32)
39 (1.03)
58 (51%)
1.53
Jeju United
38
14 (36.84%)
12 (31.57%)
12 (31.57%)
39 (1.03)
36 (0.95)
54 (47%)
1.42
Ulsan Hyundai
38
13 (34.21%)
11 (28.94%)
14 (36.84%)
44 (1.16)
43 (1.13)
50 (44%)
1.32
Jeonnam
38
14 (36.84%)
9 (23.68%)
15 (39.47%)
48 (1.26)
53 (1.39)
51 (45%)
1.34
Busan I Park
38
10 (26.31%)
13 (34.21%)
15 (39.47%)
37 (0.97)
49 (1.29)
43 (38%)
1.13
Seongnam
38
9 (24%)
13 (34%)
16 (42%)
32 (0.97)
39 (1.03)
40 (35%)
1.05
Incheon United
38
8 (21.05%)
16 (42.10%)
14 (36.84%)
33 (0.87)
46 (1.21)
40 (35%)
1.05
Gyeongnam FC
38
7 (18.42%)
15 (39.47%)
16 (42.10%)
30 (0.79)
52 (1.37)
36 (32%)
0.95
Sangju Sangmu
38
7 (18.42%)
13 (34.21%)
18 (47.36%)
39 (1.03)
62 (1.63)
34 (30%)
0.89

In my opinion, this is the most boring year in the last five years.  Scoring was down and every team struggled to put the ball into the back of the net, hence the league average of 1.1 goals per game.
2015 K-League Classic Table
Team
P
Wins
Draws
Losses
GF (avg.)
GA (avg.)
Pts.
Avg Pts.
Jeonbuk
38
22 (58%)
7 (18%)
9 (24%)
57 (1.5)
39 (1.03)
73 (64%)
1.92
Suwon Samsung
38
19 (50%)
10 (26%)
9 (24%)
60 (1.58)
43 (1.13)
67 (59%)
1.76
Pohang
38
18 (47%)
12 (32%)
8 (21%)
49 (1.29)
32 (0.97)
66 (59%)
1.74
FC Seoul
38
17 (44.73%)
11 (28.94%)
10 (26.31%)
52 (1.37)
44 (1.16)
62 (54%)
1.63
Seongnam
38
15 (39.47%)
15 (39.47%)
8 (21.05%)
41 (1.08)
33 (0.87)
60 (53%)
1.58
Jeju United
38
14 (37%)
8 (21%)
16 (42%)
55 (1.45)
56 (1.47)
50 (44%)
1.32
Ulsan Hyundai
38
13 (34%)
14 (37%)
11 (29%)
54 (1.42)
45 (1.18)
53 (46%)
1.39
Incheon United
38
13 (34%)
12 (32%)
13 (34%)
35 (0.92)
32 (0.97)
51 (45%)
1.34
Jeonnam
38
12 (32%)
13 (34%)
13 (34%)
46 (1.21)
51 (1.34)
49 (43%)
1.29
Gwangju FC
38
10 (26%)
12 (32%)
16 (42%)
35 (0.92)
44 (1.16)
42 (37%)
1.11
Busan I Park
38
5 (13%)
11 (29%)
22 (58%)
30 (0.79)
55 (1.45)
26 (23%)
0.68
Daejeon Citzen
38
4 (11%)
7 (18%)
27 (71%)
32 (0.97)
72 (1.89)
19 (17%)
0.5

I enjoyed 2015 a lot more than 2014.  I think it helped that Seoul were lucky enough to get Adriano, who can score goals, so they were much more entertaining in the second half of the season.  Also, the fact that positions two through ten were so tightly contested and any of the teams could finish and/or fall out of the top ten made for an interesting year.


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