Ligue 2: Wikis

  
  
  

Note: Many of our articles have direct quotes from sources you can cite, within the Wikipedia article! This article doesn't yet, but we're working on it! See more info or our list of citable articles.

Encyclopedia

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ligue 2
LFP.jpg
Countries  France
Confederation UEFA
Founded 1933
Number of teams 20
Promotion to Ligue 1
Relegation to Championnat National
Current champions RC Lens
Soccerball current event.svg Ligue 2 2009–10

Ligue 2 is the second division of French football. It is one of two divisions making up the LFP, the other being Ligue 1, which is France's top division.

The 20 clubs that make up Ligue 2 play each other twice during the season, creating a 38-match schedule. At the end of the season, the top three clubs are promoted to Ligue 1 for the following season, while the bottom three clubs of Ligue 1 are relegated to Ligue 2. The bottom three teams of Ligue 2 are relegated to Championnat National.

Contents

Ligue 2 teams for 2009–10 season

Previous winners

Year Winner Runner Up
1934-35 Metz Valenciennes
1935-36 Rouen RC Roubaix
1936-37 Lens Valenciennes
1937-38 Le Havre Saint-Etienne
1938-39 Red Star Paris Stade Rennes
1939-45 World War II
1946-47 Sochaux Ales
1947-48 Nice Colmar
1948-49* Lens Bordeaux
1949-50 Nimes Le Havre
1950-51 Lyon Metz
1951-52 Stade Francais Paris Montpellier
1952-53 Toulouse Monaco
1953-54 Lyon Troyes
1954-55 Sedan-Torcy Red Star Paris
1955-56 Rennes Angers
1956-57 Ales Beziers
1957-58 Nancy Rennes
1958-59 Le Havre Stade Francais Paris
1959-60 Grenoble Nancy
1960-61 Montpellier Metz
1961-62 Grenoble Valenciennes
1962-63 Saint-Etienne Nantes
1963-64 Lille Sochaux
1964-65 Nice Red Star Paris
1965-66 Stade Reims Marseille
1966-67 AC Ajaccio Metz
1967-68 Bastia Nimes
1968-69 Angers Angouleme
1969-70 Nice Nancy
1970-93 Two Groups
1993-94 Nice Rennes
1994-95 Marseille Guingamp
1995-96 Caen Marseille
1996-97 Chateauroux Toulouse
1997-98 Nancy Lorient
1998-99 Saint-Etienne Sedan
1999-00 Lille Guingamp
2000-01 Sochaux Lorient
2001-02 AC Ajaccio Strasbourg
2002-03 Toulouse Le Mans
2003-04 Saint-Etienne Caen
2004-05 Nancy Le Mans
2005-06 Valenciennes Sedan
2006-07 Metz Caen
2007-08 Le Havre Nantes
2008-09 Lens Montpellier

* In 1948-49 1. FC Saarbrücken won the division they attended under the name FC Sarrebruck, but as a German team their points were ignored in the final standings.

Top goalscorers

Year Goals Top scorer(s) Club(s)
1934 54 goals Jean Nicolas FC Rouen
1935 30 goals Jean Nicolas FC Rouen
1936 45 goals Jean Nicolas FC Rouen
1937 30 goals Viktor Spechtl RC Lens
1938 29 goals Hugo Lammana CA Paris
1939 39 goals Harold Newell
Planques
US Boulogne
Toulouse FC (1937)
World War II
1946 27 goals Campiglia SCO Angers
1947 45 goals Jozef "Pépé" Humpal FC Sochaux
1948 28 goals Henri Arnaudeau Girondins de Bordeaux
1949 41 goals Camille Libar Girondins de Bordeaux
1950 27 goals Edmund Haan Nîmes Olympique
1951 23 goals Thadée Cisowski FC Metz
1952 34 goals Egon Jonsson Stade Français football
1953 27 goals Bror Mellberg Toulouse FC (1937)
1954 36 goals Jean Courteaux RC Paris
1955 40 goals Petrus Van Rhijn Valenciennes Football Club
1956 32 goals Petrus Van Rhijn Valenciennes Football Club
1957 27 goals Fernand Devlaeminck Lille OSC
1958 29 goals Egon Jonsson FC Nancy
1959 31 goals Petrus Van Rhijn Stade Français football
1960 29 goals Corbel FC Rouen
1961 28 goals Casimir Kozakiewicz RC Strasbourg
1962 21 goals Serge Masnaghetti Valenciennes Football Club
1963 24 goals Ernesto Gianella AS Béziers (football)
1964 21 goals Abderrahmane Soukhane Le Havre AC
1965 22 goals Anton Groschulski Red Star Saint-Ouen
1966 30 goals Pierre Ferrazzi Grenoble Foot 38
1967 23 goals Etienne Sansonetti SC Bastia
1968 26 goals Jacques Bonnet Avignon Football 84
1969 55 goals Gérard Grizetti AS Angoulême
1970 21 goals Robert Blanc FC Nancy
1971 20 goals
20 goals
20 goals
Nord : Yves Triantafyllos
Centre : Robert Blanc
Sud : Emmanuel Koum
US Boulogne
Limoges Foot 87
AS Monaco
1972 20 goals
28 goals
40 goals
Gr. A : Pierre Pleimelding
Gr. B : Yegba Maya Joseph
Gr. C : Marc Molitor
Troyes AC
Valenciennes Football Club
RC Strasbourg
1973 21 goals
31 goals
Gr. A : Eugeniusz Faber
Gr. B : Gérard Tonnel
RC Lens
Troyes AC
1974 26 goals
24 goals
Gr. A : Erwin Wilczek
Gr. B : Nestor Combin
Valenciennes Football Club
Red Star Saint-Ouen
1975 25 goals
28 goals
Gr. A : Georges Tripp
Gr. B : Jean Martinez
Stade Laval
AS Nancy
1976 22 goals
25 goals
Gr. A : Bozidar Antic
Gr. B : Marc Berdoll
SM Caen
SCO Angers
1977 30 goals
24 goals
Gr. A : Delio Onnis
Gr. B : Albert Gemmrich
AS Monaco
RC Strasbourg
1978 19 goals
23 goals
 
Gr. A : Giudicelli
Gr. B : Jean-Claude Garnier
Gr. B : Pierre-Antoine Dossevi
Olympique Alès
USL Dunkerque
Tours FC
1979 24 goals
26 goals
Gr. A : Antoine Trivino
Gr. B : Patrice Martet
FC Gueugnon
Stade Brestois
1980 16 goals
19 goals
 
Gr. A : Alain Polaniok
Gr. A : Bernard Ferrigno
Gr. B : Jacky Vergnes
Gr. B : Robert Pintenat
Stade de Reims
Tours FC
Montpellier HSC
Toulouse FC
1981 32 goals
22 goals
Gr. A : Robert Pintenat
Gr. B : Marcel Campagnac
Toulouse FC
Sporting Club Abbeville
1982 18 goals
25 goals
 
Gr. A : Marc Pascal
Gr. B : Zarko Olaveric
Gr. B : Isiaka Ouattara
Olympique de Marseille
Le Havre AC
FC Mulhouse
1983 28 goals
18 goals
Gr. A : Wlodzimierz Lubanski
Gr. B : Christian Dalger
Valenciennes Football Club
Sporting Toulon Var
1984 23 goals
23 goals
Gr. A : Mario Relmy
Gr. B : Omar Da Fonseca
Limoges Foot 87
Tours FC
1985 27 goals
28 goals
Gr. A : John Eriksen
Gr. B : Jorge Dominguez
FC Mulhouse
OGC Nice
1986 22 goals
29 goals
Gr. A : Jean-Marc Valadier
Gr. B : Eugene N'Goy Kabongo
Montpellier HSC
RC Paris
1987 22 goals
21 goals
Gr. A : Zvonko Kurbos
Gr. B : Gaspard N'Gouete
FC Mulhouse
SC Bastia
1988 18 goals
 
26 goals
Gr. A : Jean-Pierre Orts
Gr. A : Stéphane Paille
Gr. B : Patrice Martet
Olympique Lyonnais
FC Sochaux
FC Rouen
1989 22 goals
27 goals
Gr. A : Roberto Cabanas
Gr. B : Robby Langers
Stade Brestois
US Orléans
1990 26 goals
21 goals
Gr. A : Didier Monczuk
Gr. B : Jean-Pierre Orts
RC Strasbourg
FC Rouen
1991 23 goals
19 goals
Gr. A : Didier Monczuk
Gr. B : Christophe Lagrange
RC Strasbourg
SCO Angers
1992 22 goals
21 goals
Gr. A : Jean-Pierre Orts
Gr. B : Didier Monczuk
FC Rouen
RC Strasbourg
1993 21 goals
18 goals
Gr. A : Franck Priou
Gr. B : Jean-Pierre Orts
AS Cannes
FC Rouen
1994 27 goals Yannick Le Saux Stade Briochin
1995 31 goals Tony Cascarino Olympique Marseille
1996 30 goals Tony Cascarino Olympique Marseille
1997 23 goals Samuel Michel FC Sochaux
1998 20 goals Reginald Ray (footballer) Le Mans Union Club 72
1999 20 goals Hamed Diallo Stade Laval
2000 17 goals Amara Traoré FC Gueugnon
2001 21 goals Francileudo Santos FC Sochaux
2002 18 goals Hamed Diallo Amiens SC
2003 20 goals Cédric Fauré Toulouse FC
2004 17 goals David Suarez Amiens SC
2005 24 goals Bakary Koné FC Lorient
2006 16 goals Jean-Michel Lesage Le Havre AC
Steve Savidan Valenciennes Football Club
2007 18 goals Jean-Michel Lesage Le Havre AC
Kandia Traore Le Havre AC
2008 28 goals Guillaume Hoarau Le Havre AC
2009 18 goals Grégory Thil US Boulogne

[1]

See also

References

External links


Simple English

Ligue 2
Country France
Confederation UEFA
Founded 1933
Level 2
Number of teams 20
Promotion to Ligue 1
Relegation to Championnat National
Current champions Lens (2008/09)

Ligue 2 is a football league which is second division in France.

Club 2009/10

Other pages








Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address
Message