The Ligue 1 is the french professional league for men's association football and the highest league in France. Just like many other major leagues in Europe, it is made up of 20 top teams in the country who battle it out for the ligue 1 title. The standard Ligue 1 season is made up of 38 matches with each team playing same opponent on home ground and away from home. At the end of every season / campaign:
Scroll to the France Ligue 1 Table / Standings below to check a team's current form from the last 5 fixtures.
SAINT-ETIENNE vs LENS
Tip: X2 & Un 4.5
NICE vs NIMES
Tip: Un 3.5
LYON vs RENNES
BREST vs DIJON
Tip: 1X & Ov 1.5
METZ vs ANGERS
MONTPELLIER vs LORIENT
BORDEAUX vs PSG
LILLE vs MARSEILLE
NANTES vs REIMS
STRASBOURG vs MONACO
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The teams competing in this 2020-21 season of France's top division football include:
Saint-Etienne has the most title wins (10) with their last title win coming in 1981.
Paris Saint-Germain has won the most titles (7) since the league's name changed from National to Ligue 1 in 2002
Olympique Marseille has the most league participations, 70.
Delio Onnis scored the most goals in the french league with 299 goals in 449 appearances. He played for Monaco, Reims, Tours and Toulon from 1972 to 1986
Mickaël Landreau holds the record for most appearances in the league, 618, from 1997 to 2014. He played for Nantes, Paris Saint-Germain, Lille and Bastia.
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