League Summary

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Paris Saint-Germain38294510535+709146,911Kylian Mbappé - 33Alphonse Areola→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2Lille3822976833+357534,079Nicolas Pépé - 22Mike Maignan→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
3Lyon3821987047+237249,079Moussa Dembélé - 15Anthony Lopes→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
4Saint-Étienne38199105941+186628,400Wahbi Khazri - 13Stéphane Ruffier→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
5Marseille38187136052+86150,140Florian Thauvin - 16Steve Mandanda
6Montpellier38151495342+115913,829Andy Delort - 14Benjamin Lecomte
7Nice381511123035-55619,126Youcef Attal - 6Walter Benítez
8Reims38131693942-35514,342Remi Oudin - 10Edouard Mendy
9Nîmes38158155758-15313,994Denis Bouanga, Renaud Ripart - 8Paul Bernardoni
10Rennes381313125552+35223,675M'Baye Niang - 11Tomáš Koubek→ UEFA Europa League via cup win 1
11Strasbourg381116115848+104925,216Ludovic Ajorque, Lebo Mothiba - 9Matz Sels→ UEFA Europa League via cup win 2
12Nantes3813916484804825,185Emiliano Sala - 12Ciprian Tătărușanu
13Angers381016124449-54611,189Stéphane Bahoken - 11Ludovic Butelle
14Bordeaux381011173442-84120,838François Kamano - 10Benoît Costil
15Amiens38911183152-213811,043Moussa Konaté - 7Régis Gurtner
16Toulouse38814163557-223816,224Max Gradel - 11Baptiste Reynet
17Monaco38812183857-19368,447Radamel Falcao - 15Diego Benaglio
18Dijon3897223160-293413,044Júlio Tavares - 5Rúnar Alex Rúnarsson→ French 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs
19Caen38712192954-253316,654Casimir Ninga, Enzo Crivelli - 6Brice SambaRelegated
20Guingamp38512212868-402714,731Marcus Thuram - 9Marc-Aurèle CaillardRelegated

French 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs

May 30
Lens
1–1
Dijon
Jun 2
Dijon
3–1
Lens
Dijon won on aggregate score over two legs and remained in Ligue 1.
Lens remained in Ligue 2.

Leaders

Yellow Cards
1. Wesley LautoaDijon 13
2. DanteNice 11
Frederic GuilbertCaen 11
Lucas OcamposMarseille 11
5. Kamil GlikMonaco 10
Wahbi KhazriSaint-Étienne 10
XekaLille 10
Thiago MendesLille 10
Radamel FalcaoMonaco 10
JemersonMonaco 10
Mario Balotelli2 squads 10
Red Cards
1. PabloBordeaux 3
2. Samuel Grandsir2 squads 2
Stefan MitrovićStrasbourg 2
NaldoMonaco 2
Marcus ThuramGuingamp 2
Duje Ćaleta-CarMarseille 2
Jordan AmaviMarseille 2
8. Marcus CocoGuingamp 1
Thomas ManganiAngers 1
Zeki ÇelikLille 1
Christophe HérelleNice 1
Yann M'VilaSaint-Étienne 1
Aleksandr GolovinMonaco 1
MarquinhosParis Saint-Germain 1
Andrei GirottoNantes 1
Romain AmalfitanoDijon 1
Daniel CongréMontpellier 1
Kylian MbappéParis Saint-Germain 1
Abdoulaye TouréNantes 1
Juan BernatParis Saint-Germain 1
Pierre Lees-MelouNice 1
Luiz AraújoLille 1
Alexander DjikuCaen 1
Mateo PavlovićAngers 1
Jérémy GélinRennes 1
Yannick CahuzacToulouse 1
Senou CoulibalyDijon 1
Ihsan SackoNice 1
Téji SavanierNîmes 1
Christophe KerbratGuingamp 1
Gaëtan LabordeMontpellier 1
Danilo BarbosaNice 1
Neven SubotićSaint-Étienne 1
Loïck LandreNîmes 1
Mario BalotelliMarseille 1
Papy DjilobodjiGuingamp 1
José FonteLille 1
Alaixys RomaoReims 1
Sehrou GuirassyAmiens 1
Vukašin JovanovićBordeaux 1
Romain MétanireReims 1
Anthony BriançonNîmes 1
RafaelLyon 1
Steve MandandaMarseille 1
Baissama SankohCaen 1
Presnel KimpembeParis Saint-Germain 1
Bakaye DibassyAmiens 1
Ismaël TraoréAngers 1
Wahbi KhazriSaint-Étienne 1
Samuel KaluBordeaux 1
Ludovic ButelleAngers 1
FábioNantes 1
Nayef AguerdDijon 1
Baptiste ReynetToulouse 1
Andrea RaggiMonaco 1
Aaron Leya IsekaToulouse 1
Jordan LefortAmiens 1
Florian ThauvinMarseille 1
Vitorino HiltonMontpellier 1

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