League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1PSG FEM6600241+2318993Kadidiatou Diani - 7Katarzyna Kiedrzynek
2Olympique Lyon5500294+25151,377Ada Hegerberg - 8Sarah Bouhaddi
3Montpellier HS6411153+1213315Lena Petermann - 5Lisa Schmitz
4Bordeaux FEM6402126+612915Bunny Shaw - 5Erin Nayler
5EA Guingamp F.6303811-391,288Louise Fleury - 3Solène Durand
6ASJ Soyaux6231710-39451Siga Tandia, Anissa Lahmari... - 1Romane Munich
7Paris FC6222810-28533Camille Catala - 3Camille Pecharman
8Ol. Marseille6204617-116268Sarah Zahot - 3Blandine Joly
9Stade de Reims6114713-641,188Naomie Feller, Tetyana Romanenko - 2Phallon Tullis-Joyce
10FC Fleury 916114416-124415Marina Makanza - 3Laëtitia Philippe
11FC Metz6015418-1411,068Shnia Gordon - 2Justine Lerond
12Dijon FCO5014217-151842Noémie Carage, Élise Bussaglia - 1Émmeline Mainguy

Leaders

Red Cards
1. Gaëtane ThineyParis FC 1
Mélissa GodartFC Metz 1

Nationalities

League Notes

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