1962–63 French Division 1

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Division Nationale
Season 1962–63
Champions Monaco (2nd title)
Relegated Grenoble
FC Nancy
Montpellier
Marseille
European Cup Monaco
Cup Winners' Cup Lyon
Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Racing Paris
Matches played 380
Goals scored 1,186 (3.12 per match)
Top goalscorer Serge Masnaghetti (35)

AS Monaco won Division 1 season 1962/1963 of the French Association Football League with 50 points.

Participating teams[edit]

Final table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 AS Monaco (C) 38 20 10 8 77 44 +33 50 European Cup
2 Reims 38 19 9 10 79 52 +27 47
3 Sedan 38 19 8 11 68 46 +22 46
4 Bordeaux 38 15 15 8 63 38 +25 45
5 Lyon 38 15 13 10 52 41 +11 43 UEFA Cup Winner's Cup (Runner-up of Coupe de France)
6 Nîmes 38 16 10 12 67 47 +20 42
7 Toulouse FC 38 16 10 12 64 52 +12 42
8 Rouen 38 18 6 14 59 57 +2 42
9 Valenciennes 38 13 15 10 60 45 +15 41
10 RC Paris 38 14 13 11 80 71 +9 41 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup
11 Rennes 38 14 13 11 69 71 −2 41
12 Nice 38 14 10 14 64 79 −15 38
13 Angers 38 13 11 14 51 64 −13 37
14 Strasbourg 38 9 16 13 54 63 −9 34
15 Stade Français 38 11 10 17 54 70 −16 32
16 Lens 38 10 10 18 60 67 −7 30
17 Grenoble (R) 38 7 14 17 36 61 −25 28 Relegated to Division 2
18 FC Nancy (R) 38 9 10 19 37 66 −29 28
19 SO Montpellier (R) 38 9 9 20 50 77 −27 27
20 Marseille (R) 38 9 8 21 42 75 −33 26
Source:[citation needed]
Rules for classification: Victory: 2 points, Draw: 1 point, Defeat: 0 points
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.

Promoted from Division 2, who will play in Division 1 season 1963/1964

Top goalscorers[edit]

Place Player Nationality Club Goals
1 Serge Masnaghetti  France US Valenciennes-Anzin 35
2 Lucien Cossou  France AS Monaco 28
3 Hassan Akesbi  Morocco Stade de Reims 24
4 Aimé Gori  France Bordeaux 22
- Khennane Mahi  Algeria Toulouse 22
6 Mohamed Salem  Algeria UA Sedan-Torcy 21
7 Antoine Groschulski  France  Poland Nancy 20
- Hector De Bourgoing  France  Argentina OGC Nice 20
- Salah Djebaïli  Algeria Nîmes Olympique 20
10 Guy Van Sam  France RC Paris 18
11 Ahmed Oudjani  Algeria RC Lens 17
- Miloš Milutinović Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia SFR Yugoslavia RC Paris 17
13 Nestor Combin  France Olympique Lyonnais 16
- Alain Jubert  France Stade Rennais UC 16
- Jean-Michel Lachot  France FC Rouen 16

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