1988–89 French Division 1

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Olympique de Marseille won Division 1 season 1988/1989 of the French Association Football League with 73 points.

Participating teams[edit]

 

Final table[edit]

Position Club Points Played W D L GF GA GD av. attendance Europe, Ligue 2
1 Olympique Marseille 73 38 20 13 5 56 35 +21 Champion of France
Champions League
2 Paris Saint-Germain FC 70 38 19 13 6 45 26 +19 UEFA Cup
3 AS Monaco 68 38 18 14 6 62 38 +24 UEFA Cup Winner's Cup (Winner of Coupe de France)
4 FC Sochaux-Montbéliard 68 38 19 11 8 50 28 +22 UEFA Cup
5 Auxerre 63 38 18 9 11 41 32 +9 UEFA Cup
6 OGC Nice 57 38 16 9 13 45 40 +5
7 FC Nantes Atlantique 57 38 15 12 11 41 40 +1
8 Lille 56 38 15 11 12 50 38 +12
9 Montpellier La Paillade SC 52 38 14 10 14 51 53 -2
10 Toulouse FC 51 38 12 15 11 44 46 -2
11 Sporting Toulon Var 50 38 12 14 12 30 29 +1
12 AS Cannes 50 38 14 8 16 45 47 -2
13 Bordeaux 49 38 12 13 13 54 46 +8
14 AS Saint-Etienne 48 38 12 12 14 39 50 -11
15 FC Metz 47 38 12 11 15 47 49 -2
16 SM Caen 40 38 10 10 18 39 60 -21
17 Matra Racing 39 38 10 9 19 49 56 -7
18 RC Strasbourg 39 38 10 9 19 47 59 -12 Relegated to Division 2
19 Stade Lavallois 35 38 8 11 19 33 55 -22 Relegated to Division 2
20 RC Lens 17 38 3 8 27 32 73 -41 Relegated to Division 2

(Victory:3 points, Draw:1 point, Defeat:0 points)

Promoted from Division 2, who will play in Division 1 season 1989/1990

Top goalscorers[edit]

Place Player Nationality Club Goals
1 Jean-Pierre Papin  France Olympique Marseille 22
2 Glenn Hoddle  England AS Monaco 18
- Zlatko Vujovic Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia SFR Yugoslavia AS Cannes 18
4 Laurent Blanc  France Montpellier La Paillade SC 15
- Daniel Bravo  France OGC Nice 15
- Stéphane Paille  France FC Sochaux-Montbéliard 15
- Daniel Xuereb  France Paris Saint-Germain FC 15
8 Fabrice Divert  France SM Caen 14
- Erwin Vandenbergh  Belgium Lille 14
- George Weah  Liberia AS Monaco 14
11 Clive Allen  England Bordeaux 13
12 Chérif Oudjani  Algeria RC Lens 12
- Peter Reichert  Germany RC Strasbourg 12
14 Eric Cantona  France Olympique Marseille (5)

Bordeaux (6)

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- Fabrice Mège  France RC Strasbourg 11
- Enzo Francescoli  Uruguay Matra Racing 10
- Philippe Hinsberger  France FC Metz 10
17 Didier Monczuk  France Auxerre 10
- Philippe Tibeuf  France AS Saint-Etienne 10
20 Patrice Garande  France AS Saint-Etienne 9
- Philippe Anziani  France Matra Racing 9
20 Mo Johnston  Scotland FC Nantes Atlantique 9
20 Thierno Youm  Senegal FC Nantes Atlantique 9

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