Ligue 1 Seasons

Ligue 1 Seasons Table
Season Competition Name # Squads Champion Top Scorer
2023-2024Ligue 118Kylian Mbappé - 14
2022-2023Ligue 120Paris Saint-Germain - 85Kylian Mbappé - 29
2021-2022Ligue 120Paris Saint-Germain - 86Kylian Mbappé - 28
2020-2021Ligue 120Lille - 83Kylian Mbappé - 27
2019-2020Ligue 120Paris Saint-Germain - 68Kylian Mbappé, Wissam Ben Yedder - 18
2018-2019Ligue 120Paris Saint-Germain - 91Kylian Mbappé - 33
2017-2018Ligue 120Paris Saint-Germain - 93Edinson Cavani - 28
2016-2017Ligue 120Monaco - 95Edinson Cavani - 35
2015-2016Ligue 120Paris Saint-Germain - 96Zlatan Ibrahimović - 38
2014-2015Ligue 120Paris Saint-Germain - 83Alexandre Lacazette - 27
2013-2014Ligue 120Paris Saint-Germain - 89Zlatan Ibrahimović - 26
2012-2013Ligue 120Paris Saint-Germain - 83Zlatan Ibrahimović - 30
2011-2012Ligue 120Montpellier - 82Olivier Giroud, Nenê - 21
2010-2011Ligue 120Lille - 76Moussa Sow - 25
2009-2010Ligue 120Marseille - 78Mamadou Niang - 18
2008-2009Ligue 120Bordeaux - 80André-Pierre Gignac - 24
2007-2008Ligue 120Lyon - 79Karim Benzema - 20
2006-2007Ligue 120Lyon - 81Pauleta - 15
2005-2006Ligue 120Lyon - 84Pauleta - 21
2004-2005Ligue 120Lyon - 79Alexander Frei - 20
2003-2004Ligue 120Lyon - 79Djibril Cissé - 26
2002-2003Ligue 120Lyon - 68Shabani Nonda - 26
2001-2002Division 118Lyon - 66Pauleta, Djibril Cissé - 22
2000-2001Division 118Nantes - 68Sonny Anderson - 22
1999-2000Division 118Monaco - 65Sonny Anderson - 23
1998-1999Division 118Bordeaux - 72Sylvain Wiltord - 22
1997-1998Division 118Lens - 68Stéphane Guivarc'h - 21
1996-1997Division 120Monaco - 79Stéphane Guivarc'h - 22
1995-1996Division 120Auxerre - 72Sonny Anderson - 21

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