Top 5 European Football League Stats of 2021/2022

Top 5 European Football League Stats of 2021/2022
Posted At: May 30, 2022 6:43 AMViews: 81Category: Sports

All five of the world's biggest football leagues just completed with a flurry of excitement and nail-biting final matches.

After years of domination by the same teams, several European competitions underwent a big shakeup in 2021/2022 season.

While Manchester City and Bayern Munich won their respective crowns, Ligue 1La Liga and Serie A all had unexpected clubs win their respective domestic titles.

We look back on the top players in each league, cup winners, player of the season, UCL qualifications, golden glove, young player of the season and much more from a thrilling year.

Premier league

The 2021/2022 Premier League season has come to end, with a thrilling last day of action determining not only the championship, but also the final Champions League qualifying spot and the ultimate team to be relegated to the Championship for 2022/2023 season.

League and cups winner

UCL qualified

Top Scorer

Top Assist

Most Clean Sheets (Golden Glove)

Player of the season

Young player of the season

La Liga

The first season after Lionel Messi's departure from Barcelona, the Spanish giants Real Madrid won La Liga by a massive 13-point margin over second-placed Barca, setting a new club record.

With the Argentine's departure, La Liga gained a new star player, with Karim Benzema having the best season of his career, scoring the most goals and providing the second-most assists.

League and cups winner

UCL qualified

Top Scorer

Top Assist

Most Clean Sheets (Golden Glove)

Serie A

Milan having won their first title in 11 years and their 19th overall with the squad they have as compared to their rivals is unbelievable.

Football is really strange.

If there is a team bond with emphasis on improving each other together as a team then everything is possible.

League and cups winner

UCL qualified

Top Scorer

Top Assist

Most Clean Sheets (Golden Glove)

Bundesliga

Bayern Munich won the Bundesliga for the 10th time in a row, with Borussia Dortmund, Bayer 04 Leverkusen and RB Leipzig rounding out the top four.

Union Berlin, SC Freiburg, and FC Köln all qualified for European football in 2021-22, but newly-rich Hertha BSC will have to fight their way through the relegation play-offs to stay in the Bundesliga in 2022-23.

League and cups winner

UCL qualified

Top Scorer/s

Top Assist

Most Clean Sheets (Golden Glove)

The golden glove race in the bundesliga was a tough one, with five of the players fighting for the award until the final matchday. Ultimately, five players had the same amount of clean sheets (10) and were all awarded the award of golden glove.

Player of the season

Young player of the season

Ligue 1

Paris Saint-Germain won their eleventh Ligue 1 title with four games to spare in the 2021–22 season, which was also known as Ligue 1 Uber Eats due to sponsorship reasons. 

Isn't it awesome?

League and cups winner

UCL qualified

Top Scorer/s

Top Assist

Most Clean Sheets (Golden Glove)

Player of the season

Young player of the season