League Table

  • promoted, relegated, Cup Qualifier
League Table Table
Rank Squad G Points GDiff W D L GF GA Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Paris Saint-Germain3893+7929631082946,929Edinson Cavani - 28Alphonse Areola→ UEFA Champions League via league finish 1
2Monaco3880+40248685459,243Radamel Falcao - 18Danijel Subašić→ UEFA Champions League via league finish 2
3Lyon3878+442396874346,005Memphis Depay - 19Anthony Lopes→ UEFA Champions League via league finish 3
4Marseille3877+3322115804746,040Florian Thauvin - 22Steve Mandanda→ UEFA Europa League via league finish 4
5Rennes3858+6161012504423,111Benjamin Bourigeaud - 10Tomáš Koubek→ UEFA Europa League via league finish 5
6Bordeaux3855+516715534826,470Malcom - 12Benoît Costil→ UEFA Europa League via league finish 6
7Saint-Étienne3855-3151013475028,142Robert Berić, Rémy Cabella... - 7Stéphane Ruffier
8Nice3854+115914535222,876Mario Balotelli - 18Walter Benítez
9Nantes3852-5141014364124,559Emiliano Sala - 12Ciprian Tătărușanu
10Montpellier3851+311189363313,458Giovanni Sio - 10Benjamin Lecomte
11Dijon3848-1813916557312,228Júlio Tavares - 12Baptiste Reynet
12Guingamp3847-11121115485914,506Jimmy Briand - 11Karl-Johan Johnsson
13Amiens3845-51291737429,644Moussa Konaté - 13Régis Gurtner
14Angers3841-1091415425211,062Karl Toko Ekambi - 17Ludovic Butelle
15Strasbourg3838-2391118446724,083Stéphane Bahoken - 7Bingourou Kamara
16Caen3838-2510820275217,188Ivan Santini - 11Rémy Vercoutre
17Lille3838-2610820416731,453Nicolas Pépé - 13Mike Maignan
18Toulouse3837-1691019385416,924Max Gradel - 8Alban Lafont→ French 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs
19Troyes3833-279623325912,196Adama Niane - 8Mamadou SamassaRelegated
20Metz3826-426824347614,839Nolan Roux - 15Eiji KawashimaRelegated

French 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs


Toulouse won on aggregate score over two legs.
Toulouse remained in Ligue 1.
Ajaccio remained in Ligue 2.


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