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Ligue Féminine de Basketball
Formerly Nationale féminine 1A (NF1A)
Sport Basketball
Founded 1998
No. of teams 14
Country(ies)  France
Most recent champion(s) CJM Bourges
Most championships US Valenciennes (6)
Official website LFB.com

The LFB (Ligue Féminine de Basketball, Women’s Basketball League) is the top women’s French professional basketball league.

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Competition system

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Before 2005

From 2005

Champions

Season Champion Finalist Game 1 Game 2 Game 3 Series
Under the name Nationale Féminine 1A (NF1A)
1988 BAC Mirande
1989 BAC Mirande
1990 BAC Mirande
1991 Challes-les-Eaux Savoie BAC Mirande
1992 Challes-les-Eaux Savoie Racing Paris
1993 Challes-les-Eaux Savoie Tarbes GB 2-0
1994 US Valenciennes-Orchies
1995 CJM Bourges Tarbes GB 58-*56 *78-69 - 2-0
1996 CJM Bourges US Valenciennes-Orchies - - - -
1997 CJM Bourges US Valenciennes-Orchies - - - -
1998 CJM Bourges US Valenciennes-Orchies 50-*58 *56-46 *51-38 2-1
Under the name Ligue Féminine de Basket (LFB)
1999 CJM Bourges US Valenciennes-Orchies 59-*71 *54-36 *87-52 2-1
2000 CJM Bourges US Valenciennes *65-60 (OT) 62-*57 - 2-0
2001 US Valenciennes CJM Bourges *63-62 81-*71 (OT) - 2-0
2002 US Valenciennes CJM Bourges *77-51 72-*62 - 2-0
2003 US Valenciennes Tarbes GB *88-59 71-*55 - 2-0
2004 US Valenciennes CJM Bourges 58-*52 *79-56 - 2-0
2005 US Valenciennes CJM Bourges *63-57 54-*47 59-*55 3-0
2006 CJM Bourges US Valenciennes *68-56 66-*85 71-*58 2-1
2007 US Valenciennes CJM Bourges 64-*55 *70-61 - 2-0
2008 CJM Bourges Lattes-Maurin Montpellier 58-*56 (OT) *52-45 - 2-0
2009 CJM Bourges Tarbes GB 47-*55 *78-37 *72-52 2-1

* precedes the score of the team playing at home.

Clubs

Season 2006-2007

  • CJM Bourges Basket
  • US Valenciennes Olympic
  • Tarbes Gespe Bigorre
  • ASPTT Aix-en-Provence
  • USO Mondeville Basket
  • ESB Villeneuve-d’Ascq
  • Lattes-Maurin Montpellier
  • Mourenx BC
  • Stade Clermontois AB 63
  • Challes-les-Eaux Basket
  • Saint-Amand-les-Eaux PH
  • Cavigal Nice Sports Basket
  • COB Calais
  • ASPTT Arras

Former LFB clubs

  • RC Strasbourg (1998-2000, 2004-2006)
  • Toulouse-Launaguet Basket (1998-1999, 2002-2004)
  • Limoges ABC (1999-2000)
  • Évolution Roubaix (2003-2004)
  • W Bordeaux Basket (1997-2003)
  • Saint-Jacques Sports Reims
  • ASA Sceaux Basket Féminin
  • Istres Sports BC (2000-2001)
  • Avenir de Rennes (1998-1999)

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