1968–69 French Division 1

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AS Saint-Etienne won Division 1 season 1968/1969 of the French Association Football League with 53 points.

Participating teams[edit]

 

Final table[edit]

Position Club Points Played W D L GF GA GD av. attendance Europe, Ligue 2
1 AS Saint-Etienne 53 34 24 5 5 70 26 +44 Champion of France
European Cup
2 Bordeaux 51 34 22 7 5 77 34 +43 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup
3 FC Metz 42 34 16 10 8 41 27 +14 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup
4 FC Rouen 40 34 16 8 10 44 43 +1 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup
5 RC Paris-Sedan 39 34 15 9 10 49 35 +14
6 SEC Bastia 34 34 13 8 13 50 66 -16
7 Olympique de Marseille 33 34 12 9 13 51 48 +3 UEFA Cup Winner's Cup (Winner of Coupe de France)
8 US Valenciennes-Anzin 33 34 10 13 11 38 37 +1
9 Olympique Lyonnais 32 34 13 6 15 53 51 +2
10 FC Nantes 32 34 13 6 15 44 45 -1
11 Stade Rennais UC 31 34 12 7 15 50 57 -7
12 FC Sochaux-Montbéliard 29 34 11 7 16 49 55 -6
13 RC Strasbourg 29 34 10 9 15 34 41 -7
14 Nîmes Olympique 29 34 8 13 13 32 39 -7
15 Red Star FC 29 34 8 13 13 35 48 -13
16 AC Ajaccio 28 34 10 8 16 36 53 -17
17 AS Monaco 27 34 7 13 14 33 50 -17 Relegated to Division 2
18 OGC Nice 21 34 6 9 19 30 61 -31 Relegated to Division 2

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

Promoted from Division 2, who will play in Division 1 season 1969/1970

Top goalscorers[edit]

Place Player Nationality Club Goals
1 André Guy  France Olympique Lyonnais 25
2 Hervé Revelli  France AS Saint-Etienne 22
3 Joseph Yegba Maya  Cameroon Olympique de Marseille 21
- Salif Keita  Mali AS Saint-Etienne 21
5 Philippe Levavasseur  France RC Paris-Sedan 18
6 Guy Lassalette  France FC Sochaux-Montbéliard 15
7 Jean-Pierre Serra  France SEC Bastia 14
- Jacques Simon  France Bordeaux 14
9 Étienne Sansonetti  France AC Ajaccio 13
- Rachid Mekloufi  Algeria SEC Bastia 13
- Didier Couécou  France Bordeaux 13
- Carlos de Oliveira Pontes Ruiter  Brazil Bordeaux 13
- Bernard Blanchet  France FC Nantes 13
- Silvester Takac Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia SFR Yugoslavia Stade Rennais UC 13
- Johny Leonard  Luxembourg FC Metz 13
- Dominique Rusticelli  France FC Rouen 13

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