1953–54 French Division 1

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Lille OSC won Division 1 season 1953/1954 of the French Association Football League with 47 points.

Participating teams[edit]

 

Final table[edit]

Position Club Points Played W D L GF GA GD av. attendance Honours, Division 2
1 Lille OSC 47 34 17 13 4 49 22 +27 Champion of France
2 Stade de Reims 46 34 18 10 6 62 36 +26
3 Bordeaux 46 34 20 6 8 69 44 +25
4 Toulouse FC 44 34 15 14 5 55 39 +16
5 AS Saint-Etienne 38 34 16 6 12 48 47 +1
6 RC Strasbourg 36 34 15 6 13 60 61 -1
7 RC Lens 35 34 13 9 12 58 56 +2
8 OGC Nice 34 34 12 10 12 73 59 +14 (Winner of Coupe de France)
9 Nîmes Olympique 33 34 14 5 15 49 46 +3
10 AS Monaco 31 34 11 9 14 44 48 -4
11 FC Sochaux-Montbéliard 30 34 9 12 13 55 57 -2
12 FC Metz 30 34 10 10 14 45 59 -14
13 FC Nancy 30 34 12 6 16 50 65 -15
14 Olympique de Marseille 29 34 10 9 15 49 56 -7
15 CO Roubaix-Tourcoing 28 34 11 6 17 47 65 -18
16 Stade Français FC 27 34 8 11 15 44 49 -5 Relegated to Division 2
17 Le Havre AC 26 34 10 6 18 53 69 -16 Relegated to Division 2
18 FC Sète 22 34 6 10 18 38 70 -32 Relegated to Division 2

(Victory:2 points, Draw:1 point, Defeat:0 points)

Promoted from Division 2, who will play in Division 1 season 1954/1955

Top goalscorers[edit]

Place Player Nationality Club Goals
1 Édouard Kargu  France  Poland Bordeaux 27
2 Bram Appel  Netherlands Stade de Reims 23
3 Gunnar Andersson  Sweden Olympique de Marseille 19
4 Robert Bahl  France Roubaix-Tourcoing 18
5 Julien Stopyra  France RC Lens 17
- Just Fontaine  France OGC Nice 17
- Joseph Ujlaki  France  Hungary OGC Nice 17
8 Abdesselem Ben Mohamed  France Bordeaux 14
- Jean Grumellon  France Le Havre AC 14
- Henri Skiba  France  Poland AS Monaco 14
11 Raymond Wozniesko  France Bordeaux 13
- André Strappe  France Lille OSC 13
- Antoine Hertrich  France RC Strasbourg 13
14 Robert Prunelle  France Stade Français 12
- Eduardo Di Loreto  Argentina Le Havre AC 12
- Antonio Acosta  Paraguay FC Metz 12
- Victor Nurenberg  Luxembourg OGC Nice 12
- Alberto Muro  Argentina FC Sochaux-Montbéliard 12

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