French Rugby League Championship
|No. of teams||11|
|Most recent champion(s)||Toulouse|
The French rugby league championship (French: Le Championnat de France de Rugby à XIII) has been the major rugby league tournament for semi-professional and professional clubs in France and Monaco since the sport was introduced to the country in the 1930s.
Except for the first season, a play-off structure leading to a championship final has always been used to determine the fate of the championship. Because the French rugby league championship has several divisions where the teams will change each year depending on final standings and relegation/promotion there have been many teams in the French rugby league championship since its inception.
The championship is divided into several divisions; the top league is currently titled Elite One Championship (French: Le Championnat de France Elite).
List of champions
- Won title on points: no play-off was used
- Match abandoned after six minutes after the beginning due to fighting; no championship awarded.
- Le Rugby à XIII le plus français du monde −1934 to 1996– by Louis Bonnery,
- the Forbidden game by Mike Rylance.