List of French second division champions

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The French football second division champions are the winners of the second highest league of football in France, Ligue 2. The winner also earns promotion to the first division Ligue 1, as do the second-place and third-place finisher. Ligue 2 was inaugurated for the 1933–34 season under the authority of the French Football Federation. Following World War II, the league assumed its identity under the Ligue de Football Professionnel.

Champions[edit]

Year Winner[1] Second Place
1934–35 Metz Valenciennes
1935–36 Rouen RC Roubaix
1936–37 Lens Valenciennes
1937–38 Le Havre Saint-Étienne
1938–39 Red Star Paris Rennes
1939–45 World War II
1946–47 Sochaux Alès
1947–48 Nice Colmar
1948–491 Lens Bordeaux
1949–50 Nîmes Le Havre
1950–51 Lyon Metz
1951–52 Stade Français Montpellier
1952–53 Toulouse AS Monaco
1953–54 Lyon Troyes
1954–55 Sedan-Torcy Red Star Paris
1955–56 Rennes Angers
1956–57 Alès Béziers
1957–58 Nancy Rennes
1958–59 Le Havre Stade Français Paris
1959–60 Grenoble Nancy
1960–61 Montpellier Metz
1961–62 Grenoble Valenciennes
1962–63 Saint-Étienne Nantes
1963–64 Lille Sochaux
1964–65 Nice Red Star Paris
1965–66 Stade Reims Marseille
1966–67 AC Ajaccio Metz
1967–68 Bastia Nîmes
1968–69 Angers Angoulême
1969–70 Nice Nancy
1980–81 Brest Montpellier
1981–82 Toulouse Rouen
1982–83 Rennes Toulon
1983-84 Tours Marseille
1984–85 Le Havre Nice
1985–86 Paris St Etienne
1986–87 Montpellier Niort
1987–88 Strasbourg Sochaux
1988–89 Lyon Mulhouse
1989–90 Nancy Rennes
1990–91 Le Havre Nimes
1991–92 Bordeaux Valenciennes
1992–93 Martigues Angers
1993–94 Nice Rennes
1994–95 Marseille Guingamp
1995–96 Caen Marseille
1996–97 Chateauroux Toulouse
1997–98 Nancy Lorient
1998–99 Saint-Étienne Sedan
1999–2000 Lille Guingamp
2000–01 Sochaux Lorient
2001–02 AC Ajaccio Strasbourg
2002–03 Toulouse Le Mans
2003–04 Saint-Étienne Caen
2004–05 Nancy Le Mans
2005–06 Valenciennes Sedan
2006–07 Metz Caen
2007–08 Le Havre Nantes
2008–09 Lens Montpellier
2009–10 Caen Brest
2010–11 Évian Ajaccio
2011–12 Bastia Reims
2012–13 AS Monaco Guingamp
2013–14 Metz RC Lens

1In 1948–49 1. FC Saarbrücken won the division under the name FC Sarrebruck, but, as a German team, their points were ignored in the final standings.

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