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Ligue 1 Champions

Name the teams that have been champions of Ligue 1, the top tier of French football.
1932–present
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Year
Champion
2024
Paris Saint-Germain
2023
Paris Saint-Germain
2022
Paris Saint-Germain
2021
Lille OSC
2020
Paris Saint-Germain
2019
Paris Saint-Germain
2018
Paris Saint-Germain
2017
AS Monaco
2016
Paris Saint-Germain
2015
Paris Saint-Germain
2014
Paris Saint-Germain
2013
Paris Saint-Germain
2012
Montpellier HSC
2011
Lille OSC
2010
Olympique Marseille
2009
FC Girondins de Bordeaux
2008
Olympique Lyonnais
2007
Olympique Lyonnais
2006
Olympique Lyonnais
2005
Olympique Lyonnais
2004
Olympique Lyonnais
2003
Olympique Lyonnais
2002
Olympique Lyonnais
2001
FC Nantes
2000
AS Monaco
1999
FC Girondins de Bordeaux
1998
RC Lens
1997
AS Monaco
1996
AJ Auxerre
Year
Champion
1995
FC Nantes
1994
Paris Saint-Germain
1993
no winner
1992
Olympique Marseille
1991
Olympique Marseille
1990
Olympique Marseille
1989
Olympique Marseille
1988
AS Monaco
1987
FC Girondins de Bordeaux
1986
Paris Saint-Germain
1985
FC Girondins de Bordeaux
1984
FC Girondins de Bordeaux
1983
FC Nantes
1982
AS Monaco
1981
AS Saint-Étienne
1980
FC Nantes
1979
RC Strasbourg Alsace
1978
AS Monaco
1977
FC Nantes
1976
AS Saint-Étienne
1975
AS Saint-Étienne
1974
AS Saint-Étienne
1973
FC Nantes
1972
Olympique Marseille
1971
Olympique Marseille
1970
AS Saint-Étienne
1969
AS Saint-Étienne
1968
AS Saint-Étienne
1967
AS Saint-Étienne
Year
Champion
1966
FC Nantes
1965
FC Nantes
1964
AS Saint-Étienne
1963
AS Monaco
1962
Stade de Reims
1961
AS Monaco
1960
Stade de Reims
1959
OGC Nice
1958
Stade de Reims
1957
AS Saint-Étienne
1956
OGC Nice
1955
Stade de Reims
1954
Lille OSC
1953
Stade de Reims
1952
OGC Nice
1951
OGC Nice
1950
FC Girondins de Bordeaux
1949
Stade de Reims
1948
Olympique Marseille
1947
CO Roubaix-Tourcoing
1946
Lille OSC
Canceled for WWII
1939
FC Sète 34
1938
FC Sochaux-Montbéliard
1937
Olympique Marseille
1936
RCF Paris
1935
FC Sochaux-Montbéliard
1934
FC Sète 34
1933
Olympique Lillois
18 Comments
+4
Level 52
Mar 31, 2013
I tried, Lence, and Lenc, and Lenz and Lents and Lentz, but not Lens!!!
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Level 37
Jan 8, 2016
Paris Saint-Germain Football Club has now 5 wins.
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Level 76
May 18, 2024
This comment was made 8 years ago and now PSG have 12 wins. It's amazing.
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Level 84
May 3, 2017
Though PSG has won the last several league titles in a row, 8 different clubs have won Ligue 1 this century, while the Serie A, Bundesliga, Premier League and La Liga have each had 5 different champions in that same time frame.

I wish the European leagues could find some way to maintain at least SOME level of parity, instead of having the same clubs buying up all of the best players, and therefore, all of the league championships.

Juventus owns the Serie A. Bayern Munich owns the Bundesliga. PSG has had a stranglehold on Ligue 1 until this year, now that Zlatan is gone. And La Liga is always either Real Madrid or Barcelona, which the occasional cameo by Atletico Madrid. At least now in the Premier League, any one of 5 or 6 different clubs have a legitimate chance.

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Level 33
Jun 23, 2017
That's why I say, with all due respect that the Brazilian League, O Brasileirão, is the best of the world. Amongst the top leagues of this planet it is the most thrilling one. You can NEVER predict who's gonna be next season's champion. I can say with minimum chance of mistake the League Champion of the year 2056 in Spain will be Madrid, in Germany Munich, in Italy Juventus, in Holland Ajax, in Portugal Benfica, in Belgium Anderletch but trying to guess Brazil's 2018 Champion gives me a small chance once some 12 different teams have real chances of grabbing the trophy and yet one team out of this top 12 may still upset me.
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Level 68
Oct 2, 2017
A good example of what you say is Fluminense. They escaped from relegation only on the last match in 2009 and in 2010 they won the title. In 2012 they were champions and in 2013 they weren't relegated just because... just because
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Level 37
May 27, 2020
You are right bro. I don't even know the best club in Brazil.
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Level 43
Sep 3, 2022
Atlético Mineiro.

And yes, although on these recent years it has created an axis between Palmeiras, Flamengo and Atlético Mineiro, there is always a team trying to get close, like Fluminense, Internacional, Grêmio, São Paulo or Corinthians.

It’s worth to add to the comment of Algarve, that in 2008 Fluminense reached the final of Libertadores, losing it for LDU, and in 2009 they also lost for LDU, but at Sudamericana. The chance of relegation of Fluminense has beaten the 99%, but after an heroic win against Coritiba (that ended up with confusion of the Coritiba’s fans), Fluminense got rid from Série B, and could relegate the Paraná’s club with this result, giving the club the nickname of “Time de Guerreiros” (Warriors’ Team)

And with “just because” we mean the scandal evolving Fluminense, Flamengo and Portuguesa, that relegated the São Paulo’s club (Portuguesa) after the usage of an irregular player. Since to this day, Portuguesa ended up in a big crisis and never came back.

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Level 27
Dec 26, 2023
The premier league is won by Man City all the time now and Napoli have just won the Serie A and I don't see Juve winning it again at the moment
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Level 35
Apr 15, 2024
April 15 2024 and Bayer Leverkusen just won the Bundesliga!!!
+1
Level 90
Apr 24, 2019
5/19. Clearly sports aren’t my strongsuit
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Level 89
Apr 24, 2019
League looks like it's suffering from jaundice or something spelled that way.
+1
Level 55
Apr 30, 2020
Needs update
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Level 40
Apr 18, 2021
can "Racing Club Paris" and variations count for RCF Paris? Never seen it written like that.
+1
Level ∞
May 26, 2021
"Racing" would have worked.
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Level 68
Sep 30, 2023
in French we usually say "Olympique de Marseille", with the "de" (meaning "of", or "from").

"Olympique lyonnais" is rightfully without "de" since it would translate as "Lyonnese Olympic"

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Level 78
May 18, 2024
The Federation Francaise de Football website and Wikipedia list RCF Paris as RC Paris. To find it, I had to piece together some French, which I'm surprisingly not bad at since I've never taken French.
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Level 68
May 22, 2024
This was featured the other day, but has now been reset. So point won on the feature on Monday have been lost.