Ligue 1 Champions

Ligue 1 Champions all time. The French football champions are the winners of the highest league of football in France, Ligue 1. Paris Saint Germain has been the dominant club in Ligue 1 the last seasons with the new owners from Qatar making the club to one of the biggest clubs in the world. Players like Zlatan Ibramhiovic, Thiago Silva, Javier Pastore, David Luiz and many more made it the best team in France winning the Ligue 1 4 years in a row. Check out all the Ligue 1 Champions here.

Ligue 1 Champions

1932–33 Olympique Lillois (1) – Cannes —
1933–34 Sète (1) – Fives – Marseille
1934–35 Sochaux (1) – Strasbourg – RCF Paris
1935–36 RCF Paris (2) – Lille – Strasbourg
1936–37 Marseille (2) – Sochaux – RCF Paris
1937–38 Sochaux (2) – Marseille – Sète
1938–39 Sète (2) – Marseille – RCF Paris
1939–45Suspended due to World War II
1945–46 Lille (1) – Saint-Étienne – RC Roubaix
1946–47 Roubaix–Tourcoing (1) – Stade Reims – Strasbourg
1947–48 Marseille (3) – Lille – Stade Reims
1948–49 Stade Reims (1) – Lille – Marseille
1949–50 Bordeaux (1) – Lille – Stade Reims
1950–51 Nice (1) – Lille – Le Havre
1951–52 Nice (2) – Bordeaux – Lille
1952–53 Stade Reims (2) – Sochaux – Bordeaux
1953–54 Lille (2) – Stade Reims – Bordeaux
1954–55 Stade Reims (3) – Toulouse – Lens
1955–56 Nice (3) – Lens – AS Monaco
1956–57 Saint-Étienne (1) – Lens – Stade Reims
1957–58 Stade Reims (4) – Nîmes – AS Monaco
1958–59 Nice (4) – Nîmes – RCF Paris
1959–60 Stade Reims (5) – Nîmes – RCF Paris
1960–61 AS Monaco (1) – RCF Paris – Stade Reims
1961–62 Stade Reims (6) – RCF Paris – Nîmes
1962–63 AS Monaco (2) – Stade Reims – Sedan
1963–64 Saint-Étienne (2) – AS Monaco – Lens
1964–65 Nantes (1) – Bordeaux – Valenciennes
1965–66 Nantes (2) – Bordeaux – Valenciennes
1966–67 Saint-Étienne (3) – Nantes – Angers
1967–68 Saint-Étienne (4) – Nice – Sochaux
1968–69 Saint-Étienne (5) – Bordeaux – Metz
1969–70 Saint-Étienne (6) – Marseille -Sedan
1970–71 Marseille (4) – Saint-Étienne – Nantes
1971–72 Marseille (5) – Nîmes – Sochaux
1972–73 Nantes (3) – Nice – Marseille
1973–74 Saint-Étienne (7) – Nantes – Lyon
1974–75 Saint-Étienne (8) – Marseille – Lyon
1975–76 Saint-Étienne (9) – Nice – Sochaux
1976–77 Nantes (4) – Lens – Bastia
1977–78 AS Monaco (3) – Nantes – Strasbourg
1978–79 Strasbourg (1) – Nantes – Saint-Étienne
1979–80 Nantes (5) – Sochaux – Saint-Étienne
1980–81 Saint-Étienne (10) – Nantes – Bordeaux
1981–82 AS Monaco (4) – Saint-Étienne – Sochaux
1982–83 Nantes (6) – Bordeaux – Paris Saint-Germain
1983–84 Bordeaux (2) – AS Monaco – Auxerre
1984–85 Bordeaux (3) – Nantes – AS Monaco
1985–86 Paris Saint-Germain (1) – Nantes – Bordeaux
1986–87 Bordeaux (4) – Marseille – Toulouse
1987–88 AS Monaco (5) – Bordeaux – Montpellier
1988–89 Marseille (6) – Paris Saint-Germain – AS Monaco
1989–90 Marseille (7) – Bordeaux – AS Monaco
1990–91 Marseille (8) – AS Monaco – Auxerre
1991–92 Marseille (9) – AS Monaco – Paris Saint-Germain
1992–93 — [nb 3] – Paris Saint-Germain – AS Monaco
1993–94 Paris Saint-Germain (2) – Marseille – Auxerre
1994–95 Nantes (7) – Lyon – Paris Saint-Germain
1995–96 Auxerre (1) – Paris Saint-Germain – AS Monaco
1996–97 AS Monaco (6) – Paris Saint-Germain – Nantes
1997–98 Lens (1) – Metz – AS Monaco
1998–99 Bordeaux (5) – Marseille – Lyon
1999–2000 AS Monaco (7) – Paris Saint-Germain – Lyon
2000–01 Nantes (8) – Lyon – Lille
2001–02 Lyon (1) – Lens – Auxerre
2002–03 Lyon (2) – AS Monaco – Marseille
2003–04 Lyon (3) – Paris Saint-Germain – AS Monaco
2004–05 Lyon (4) – Lille – AS Monaco
2005–06 Lyon (5) – Bordeaux – Lille
2006–07 Lyon (6) – Marseille – Toulouse
2007–08 Lyon (7) – Bordeaux – Marseille
2008–09 Bordeaux (6) – Marseille – Lyon
2009–10 Marseille (10) – Lyon – Auxerre
2010–11 Lille (3) – Marseille – Lyon
2011–12 Montpellier (1) – Paris Saint-Germain – Lille
2012–13 Paris Saint-Germain (3) – Marseille Lyon
2013–14 Paris Saint-Germain (4) – AS Monaco Lille
2014–15 Paris Saint-Germain (5) – Lyon AS Monaco
2015–16 Paris Saint-Germain (6) – Lyon AS Monaco
2016–17 AS Monaco (8) – Paris Saint-Germain Nice

Most titles Ligue 1 (Pro era)

Saint-Étienne 10
Marseille 9
Nantes 8
AS Monaco 8
Lyon 7
Bordeaux 6
Paris Saint-Germain 6
Stade de Reims 6
Nice 4
Lille 3

Since the french National Council of the French Football Federation voted in support of professionalism in French football in 1930, the professional football championship of France has been contested through Ligue 1, formerly known as Division 1 from 1933–2002. Prior to this, the first division championship of French football was contested through a league ran by the Union des Sociétés Françaises de Sports Athlétiques (USFSA), an organization that supported amateur sport. The USFSA’s league ran from 1894–1919 and awarded 22 league titles before being suspended in 1915 due to World War I and the creation and success of the Coupe de France, which had quickly become the country’s national competition. The USFSA returned in 1919 changing the league into numerous regional amateur leagues that awarded no league title. This system lasted from 1919–1926. In 1926, the first division’s reigns were handed over to the French Football Federation. The federation organized and ran a league composed of the regional amateur league champions called the Championnat de France amateur from 1927–1929 and awarded three titles before the league was converted to the professional league that exists today in 1932. From 1932 is the professional era of Ligue 1 football. Paris Saint Germain has been the dominant club in Ligue 1 the last seasons.

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