League Summary

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Reims3828467424+50889,866Theoson Siebatcheu - 17Edouard MendyPromoted
2Nîmes3822797537+38737,838Umut Bozok - 24Baptiste ValettePromoted
3Ajaccio38208106243+19683,421Ghislain Gimbert, Riad Nouri - 13Jean-Louis Leca→ Promotion Playoffs Qualifying Final
4Le Havre38199105334+19667,399Jean-Philippe Mateta - 17Yohann Thuram-Ulien→ Promotion Playoffs Qualifying Semifinal
5Brest38181195843+15657,458Habib Diallo, Gaëtan Charbonnier - 9Gautier Larsonneur→ Promotion Playoffs Qualifying Semifinal
6Clermont Foot38171295436+18633,369Ludovic Ajorque - 14Paul Bernardoni
7Lorient38188126146+15628,564Pierre-Yves Hamel - 10Danijel Petković
8Paris FC38161394636+10613,070Malik Tchokounté - 12Vincent Demarconnay
9Châteauroux381791250500604,472Sidy Sarr - 11Mouez Hassen
10Sochaux38158155162-11537,918Florian Martin - 12Maxence Prevot
11Auxerre38138175155-4476,003Romain Philippoteaux - 11Zacharie Boucher
12Orléans381210165261-9463,997Yannick Gomis - 12Gauthier Gallon
13Valenciennes38129175064-14458,279Sébastien Roudet, Lebo Mothiba - 8Damien Perquis
14Lens381110174849-14323,746Cristian López - 10Jérémy Vachoux
15Niort38119184760-13423,480Andé Dona Ndoh - 15Saturnin Allagbé
16Gazélec Ajaccio38118193560-25413,011Ibrahima Touré - 5Steeve Elana
17Nancy38911183954-153811,850Youssouf Hadji - 11Geoffrey Jourdren
18Bourg-Péronnas38106225087-37362,813Adama Sarr - 10Gaëtan Deneuve→ French 2/3 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs
19Quevilly-Rouen3896234566-21332,666Marvin Gakpa - 9Joan HartockRelegated
20Tours3858253468-34233,585Cheick Fantamady Diarra - 5Rémy DescampsRelegated

Promotion Playoffs Qualifying

Playoff Qualifiers

Playoff Qualifiers Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
4Le Havre38199105334+1966

Promotion Playoffs Qualifying Semifinal

Brest  Club Crest 5
Le Havre won match in normal time and advance to Promotion Playoffs Qualifying Final.
Brest remained in Ligue 2.

Promotion Playoffs Qualifying Final

Ajaccio won on penalty kicks following extra time.
Le Havre remained in Ligue 2.

French 1/2 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs

May 23
May 27
Toulouse won on aggregate score over two legs and remained in Ligue 1.
Ajaccio remained in Ligue 2.

French 2/3 Relegation/Promotion Playoffs

May 22
May 27
Grenoble won on aggregate score over two legs and promoted to Ligue 2.
Bourg-Péronnas relegated to Championnat National.



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