The 1953-54 French Rugby Union Championship of first was contested by 64 clubs divided in eight pools of six teams and two pools of eight teams. The pools of six qualified 28 teams (three better of each pool plus the four better forths) and thes two pools of eight qualified four teams.
The Championship was won by Grenoble that beat l'Cognac in the final. This was the only success in the history of Grenobl's club.
René Duhau, Innocent Bionda, René Martin, Duilio Parolai, Paul Rein, Henri Coquet, Sergio Lanfranchi, Eugène Smogor, Jean Liénard, Roger Raqué, André Morel (rugby union)|André Morel, Georges Echevet, Guy Belletante, Michel Pliassof, Pierre Claret
Crescent Rouby, Pierre Tissandier, Francis Robert, Robert Porchier, Jean Lagrange, Francis Puissant, René Savin, René Biénès, Gérard Dumont, Raymond Sureau, Gérard Béhotéguy, Alain Puissant, Jacques Meynard, Pierre Rarboteau, Guy Mauroux