2001–02 French Division 1

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Olympique Lyonnais won Division 1 season 2001/2002 of the French Association Football League with 66 points. The title was decided in the very final game of the season when Lyon defeated erstwhile championship leaders Lens at Stade Gerland. Lyon had to win the match to take the title, and won 3–1, ending Lens's title dream. It was Lyon's first league championship, and it began their record seven successive league titles.

Participating teams[edit]

 

Final table[edit]

Position Club Points Played W D L GF GA GD av. attendance Europe, Ligue 2
1 Olympique Lyonnais 66 34 20 6 8 62 32 +30 34838 Champion of France
Champions League
2 RC Lens 64 34 18 10 6 55 30 +25 37336 Champions League
3 AJ Auxerre 59 34 16 11 7 48 38 +10 12300 Champions League
Third qualifying round
4 Paris Saint-Germain 58 34 15 13 6 43 24 +19 41040 UEFA Cup
5 Lille 56 34 15 11 8 39 32 +7 17876 Intertoto Cup
6 Bordeaux 50 34 14 8 12 34 31 +3 27870 UEFA Cup (winner of Coupe de la Ligue)
7 Troyes AC 47 34 13 8 13 40 35 +5 13926 Intertoto Cup
8 FC Sochaux-Montbéliard 46 34 12 10 12 41 40 +1 16439 Intertoto Cup
9 Olympique de Marseille 44 34 11 11 12 34 39 -5 50072
10 FC Nantes 43 34 12 7 15 35 41 -6 33368
11 SC Bastia 41 34 12 5 17 38 44 -6 7210
12 Stade Rennais 41 34 11 8 15 40 51 -11 17854
13 Montpellier HSC 40 34 9 13 12 28 31 -3 13861
14 CS Sedan-Ardennes 39 34 8 15 11 35 39 -4 16587
15 AS Monaco 39 34 9 12 13 36 41 -5 8564
16 EA Guingamp 35 34 9 8 17 34 57 -23 12759
17 FC Metz 33 34 9 6 19 31 47 -16 Relegated to Ligue 2
18 FC Lorient 31 34 7 10 17 43 64 -21 Relegated to Ligue 2 and UEFA Cup (winner of Coupe de France)

Promoted from Ligue 2, who will play in Ligue 1 season 2002/2003

Top goalscorers[edit]

Position Player's name Nationality Club Goals
1 Djibril Cissé  France AJ Auxerre 22
1 Pauleta  Portugal Bordeaux 22
3 Jean-Claude Darcheville  France FC Lorient 19
4 Nicolas Goussé  France Troyes AC 15
5 Shabani Nonda Democratic Republic of the CongoD.R. Congo AS Monaco 14
5 Pierre-Alain Frau  France FC Sochaux-Montbéliard 14
5 Sonny Anderson  Brazil Olympique Lyonnais 14
5 Tony Vairelles  France SC Bastia 14
9 Daniel Moreira  France RC Lens 11
9 Bruno Cheyrou  France Lille 11
11 Sidney Govou  France Olympique Lyonnais 10
11 El Hadji Diouf  Senegal RC Lens 10
13 Dagui Bakari  Ivory Coast Lille 9
14 Ronaldinho  Brazil Paris Saint-Germain 8
14 Fabrice Fiorèse  France Paris Saint-Germain 8
14 Lamine Sakho  Senegal Olympique de Marseille 8
14 Cédric Bardon  France En Avant Guingamp 8
14 Patrice Loko  France Troyes AC 8
14 Henri Camara  Senegal CS Sedan-Ardennes 8

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