1994–95 French Division 1

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FC Nantes won Division 1 season 1994/1995 of the French Association Football League with 79 points and only one defeat.

Participating teams[edit]

 

Final table[edit]

Position Club Points Played W D L GF GA GD av. attendance Europe, Ligue 2
1 FC Nantes Atlantique 79 38 21 16 1 71 34 +37 Champion of France
Champions League
2 Olympique Lyonnais 69 38 19 12 7 56 38 +18 UEFA Cup
3 Paris Saint-Germain FC 67 38 20 7 11 58 41 +17 UEFA Cup Winner's Cup (winner of Coupe de France) and winner of Coupe de la Ligue
4 Auxerre 62 38 15 17 6 59 34 +25 UEFA Cup
5 Lens 59 38 15 14 9 48 44 +4 UEFA Cup
6 AS Monaco 57 38 15 12 11 60 39 +21 UEFA Cup
7 Bordeaux 57 38 16 9 13 52 47 +5 UEFA Cup (winner of Intertoto Cup)
8 FC Metz 56 38 16 8 14 50 44 +6 Intertoto Cup
9 AS Cannes 53 38 15 8 15 56 48 +8 Intertoto Cup
10 RC Strasbourg 51 38 13 12 13 43 43 0 UEFA Cup (winner of Intertoto Cup)
11 FC Martigues 51 38 13 12 13 37 49 -12
12 Le Havre AC 49 38 12 13 13 46 49 -3
13 Stade Rennais FC 48 38 12 12 14 53 55 -2
14 Lille 48 38 13 9 16 29 44 -15
15 SC Bastia 44 38 11 11 16 44 56 -12
16 OGC Nice 43 38 11 10 17 39 52 -13
17 Montpellier HSC 41 38 9 14 15 38 53 -15
18 AS Saint-Etienne 38 38 9 11 18 45 55 -10
19 SM Caen 36 38 10 6 22 38 58 -20 Relegated to Ligue 2
20 FC Sochaux-Montbéliard 23 38 6 5 27 29 68 -39 Relegated to Ligue 2

Promoted from Ligue 2, who will play in Division 1 season 1995/1996

Top goalscorers[edit]

Position Player's name Nationality Club Goals
1 Patrice Loko  France FC Nantes 22
2 Alain Caveglia  France Le Havre AC 20
3 Nicolas Ouedec  France FC Nantes 18
4 Florian Maurice  France Olympique Lyonnais 15
4 Marco Grassi   Switzerland Stade Rennais 15
6 Joël Tiéhi  Ivory Coast RC Lens 14
6 Youri Djorkaeff  France AS Monaco 14
8 Ardian Kozniku  Croatia AS Cannes 13
8 Didier Tholot  France FC Martigues 13
8 Laurent Blanc  France AS Saint-Étienne 13
11 Anto Drobnjak Serbia and Montenegro Federal Republic of Yugoslavia SC Bastia 12
11 Amara Simba  France SM Caen 12
11 Japhet N'Doram  Chad FC Nantes 12
11 Mohammed Chaouch Morocco Morocco OGC Nice 12
11 Raí  Brazil Paris SG 12
16 Lilian Laslandes  France AJ Auxerre 11
16 Celso Moreira Valdeir  Brazil Bordeaux 11
16 Christophe Horlaville  France AS Cannes 11
16 Cyrille Pouget  France FC Metz 11
16 Sonny Anderson  Brazil AS Monaco 11
16 David Ginola  France Paris SG 11
20 Dan Petersen  Denmark AS Monaco 10
20 Fabrice Divert  France Montpellier HSC 10

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