2000–01 French Division 1

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The 2000–01 Ligue 1 season (then called Division 1) was the 63rd since its establishment. FC Nantes won the French Association Football League with 68 points.

Participating teams[edit]

 

Final table[edit]

Position Club Points Played W D L GF GA GD av. attendance Europe, Ligue 2
1 FC Nantes 68 34 21 5 8 58 36 +22 32058 Champion of France
Champions League
2 Olympique Lyonnais 64 34 17 13 4 57 30 +27 34565 Champions League and winner of Coupe de la Ligue
3 Lille 59 34 16 11 7 43 27 +16 17069 Champions League
Third qualifying round
4 Bordeaux 57 34 15 12 7 48 33 +15 29363 UEFA Cup
5 CS Sedan-Ardennes 52 34 14 10 10 47 40 +7 14294 UEFA Cup
6 Stade Rennais 50 34 15 5 14 46 37 +9 19457 Intertoto Cup
7 Troyes AC 46 34 11 13 10 45 47 -2 14940 Intertoto Cup
8 SC Bastia 45 34 13 6 15 45 41 +4 7358 Intertoto Cup
9 Paris SG 44 34 12 8 14 44 45 -1 42759 Intertoto Cup
10 EA Guingamp 44 34 11 11 12 40 48 -8 13067
11 AS Monaco 43 34 12 7 15 53 50 -3 9003
12 FC Metz 42 34 11 9 14 35 44 -9 18388
13 AJ Auxerre 41 34 11 8 15 31 41 -10 10514
14 RC Lens 40 34 9 13 12 37 39 -2 39638
15 Olympique Marseille 40 34 11 7 16 31 40 -9 50814
16 Toulouse FC 37 34 9 10 15 34 49 -15 Administratively relegated to National by the DNCG
17 AS Saint-Étienne 34 34 8 10 16 42 56 -14 Relegated to Ligue 2
18 RC Strasbourg 29 34 7 8 19 28 61 -33 Relegated to Ligue 2 and UEFA Cup (winner of Coupe de France)

Promoted from Ligue 2, who will play in Division 1 season 2001/2002

Top goalscorers[edit]

Position Player's name Nationality Club Goals
1 Sonny Anderson  Brazil Olympique Lyonnais 22
2 Pedro Pauleta  Portugal Bordeaux 20
3 Frédéric Née  France SC Bastia 16
4 Victor Bonilla  Colombia Toulouse FC 15
5 Gérald Baticle  France FC Metz 14
5 Laurent Robert  France Paris Saint-Germain 14
7 Alex  Brazil AS Saint-Étienne 13
8 Bruno Rodriguez  France EA Guingamp 12
8 Steve Marlet  France Olympique Lyonnais 12
8 Shabani Nonda Democratic Republic of the CongoD.R. Congo AS Monaco 12
8 Olivier Monterrubio  France FC Nantes 12
8 Sladjan Djukic  Serbia Troyes AC 12
13 Stéphane Guivarc'h  France AJ Auxerre 11
13 Viorel Moldovan  Romania FC Nantes 11
15 Fabrice Fiorèse  France EA Guingamp 10
15 Pierre-Yves André  France SC Bastia 10
15 Cyril Chapuis  France Stade Rennais 10
15 Cédric Mionnet  France CS Sedan-Ardennes 10
15 Pius Ndiefi  Cameroon CS Sedan-Ardennes 10

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