League Summary

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Lyon2221101045+99641,459Ada Hegerberg - 31Sarah Bouhaddi→ UEFA Women's Champions League via league finish
2Paris Saint-Germain2218225913+46561,041Marie-Antoinette Katoto - 21Christiane Endler, Katarzyna Kiedrzynek→ UEFA Women's Champions League via league finish
3Montpellier2217236322+4153205Stina Blackstenius - 13Méline Gérard
4Paris FC228683137-630598Gaëtane Thiney - 11Karima Benameur
5Soyaux2266101836-1824494Laura Bourgouin - 5Romane Munich
6Lille2265112447-2323775Ouleymata Sarr - 9Elisa Launay
7Bordeaux2257101933-1422576Nadjma Ali Nadjim - 5Erin Nayler
8Guingamp2264121733-1622468Desire Oparanozie - 6Solène Durand
9Fleury2264122245-2322336Julie Machart, Claire Lavogez - 4Maryne Gignoux-Soulier
10Rodez2257102252-3022564Flavie Lemaître - 9Deborah Garcia
11Albi2255121237-2520500Kimberley Cazeau - 6Gabrielle LambertRelegated
12Marseille2233161647-3112238Viviane Asseyi - 4Geneviève RichardRelegated


Red Cards
1. Delphine ChatelinBordeaux 1
Agathe OllivierGuingamp 1


League Notes

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