1969–70 French Division 1

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Division 1
Season1969–70
Dates5 August 1969 –
23 June 1970
ChampionsSaint-Étienne (5th title)
RelegatedRouen
European CupSaint-Étienne
Cup Winners' CupNantes
Inter-Cities Fairs CupMarseille
Sedan
Angoulême
Goals scored973
Top goalscorerHervé Revelli
(28 goals)

AS Saint-Etienne won Division 1 season 1969/1970 of the French Association Football League with 56 points.

Participating teams[edit]

Final table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 AS Saint-Etienne (C) 34 25 6 3 88 30 +58 56 European Cup
2 Olympique de Marseille 34 18 9 7 75 41 +34 45 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup
3 CS Sedan 34 17 8 9 54 42 +12 42
4 AS Angoulême 34 12 14 8 53 43 +10 38
5 RC Strasbourg 34 15 6 13 65 55 +10 36
6 Bordeaux 34 13 10 11 54 48 +6 36
7 Angers SCO 34 13 9 12 53 53 0 35
8 FC Metz 34 13 8 13 50 44 +6 34
9 FC Sochaux-Montbéliard 34 12 10 12 48 55 −7 34
10 FC Nantes 34 13 7 14 62 56 +6 33 UEFA Cup Winner's Cup (Runner-up of Coupe de France)
11 Nîmes Olympique 34 13 6 15 60 55 +5 32
12 FC Rouen (R) 34 10 12 12 41 45 −4 32 Relegated to Division 2 (Gave up its professional status)
13 Red Star Paris 34 11 8 15 45 67 −22 30
14 Stade Rennais UC 34 9 11 14 52 73 −21 29
15 Olympique Lyonnais 34 12 4 18 57 78 −21 28
16 AC Ajaccio 34 11 4 19 34 51 −17 26 Will play in 1970–71 Division 1 due to expansion of the division 1 to 20 clubs
17 SEC Bastia 34 10 4 20 50 74 −24 24
18 US Valenciennes-Anzin 34 8 6 20 32 63 −31 22
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 1970/1971

Top goalscorers[edit]

Place Player Nationality Club Goals
1 Hervé Revelli  France AS Saint-Etienne 28
2 Joseph Yegba Maya  Cameroon Olympique de Marseille 24
3 Salif Keita  Mali AS Saint-Etienne 21
4 Philippe Piat  France RC Strasbourg 20
5 Wolfgang Kaniber Germany West Germany RC Strasbourg 19
- Adolf Scherer Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia Nîmes Olympique 19
7 André Guy  France Olympique Lyonnais 17
- Charly Loubet  France Olympique de Marseille 17
- Bernard Blanchet  France FC Nantes 17
- Marc Molitor  France RC Strasbourg 17
11 Daniel Rodighiéro  France Stade Rennais UC 16
12 Gérard Grizetti  France AS Angoulême 15
- Marc-Kanyan Case  France SEC Bastia 15
- Jacques Bonnet  France Nîmes Olympique 15
15 Philippe Gondet  France FC Nantes 14
- Serge Dellamore  France Sedan 14

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