1988–89 French Division 2

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Statistics of Division 2 in the 1988/1989 season.

Overview[edit]

It was contested by 36 teams, and Mulhouse and Olympique Lyonnais won the championship.

Group A[edit]

Pos Club P Pts GF GA W D L Note
1 Mulhouse 34 76 66 28 24 4 6 Promoted
2 Brest 34 75 62 24 22 9 3 Promoted
3 Stade Rennais 34 65 61 28 19 8 7
4 Stade Quimpérois 34 65 55 29 19 8 7
5 Nancy 34 59 52 36 18 5 11
6 En Avant Guingamp 34 45 51 52 11 12 11
7 Valenciennes 34 44 38 39 12 8 14
8 Dunkerque 34 44 28 40 11 11 12
9 Stade Reims 34 43 39 37 11 10 13
10 Créteil-Lusitanos 34 41 29 39 10 11 13
11 Rouen 34 40 31 35 9 13 12
12 Angers 34 39 44 43 8 15 11
13 Abbeville 34 39 39 54 10 9 15
14 Gueugnon 34 38 30 43 10 8 16
15 Beauvais 34 38 29 42 10 8 16
16 La Roche sur Yon 34 36 26 32 9 9 16
17 Le Touquet 34 24 20 57 5 9 20 Relegated
18 Le Mans 34 24 27 69 5 9 20 Relegated

Group B[edit]

Pos Club P Pts GF GA W D L Note
1 Olympique Lyonnais 34 68 66 22 19 11 4 Promoted
2 Nîmes Olympique 34 66 53 30 20 6 8
3 Le Havre 34 65 48 21 18 11 5
4 Martigues 34 58 40 30 17 7 10
5 Bastia 34 51 46 44 14 9 11
6 Dijon 34 49 38 40 14 7 13
7 Cuiseaux Louhans 34 47 34 40 12 11 11
8 Olympique Alès 34 46 33 31 10 16 8
9 Montceau 34 43 41 40 10 13 11
10 Orléans 34 43 53 60 11 10 13
11 Grenoble 34 42 33 39 11 9 14
12 Annecy 34 42 36 47 12 6 16
13 Istres 34 39 30 35 8 15 11
14 Chamois Niort 34 38 28 31 7 17 10
15 Sète 34 38 35 41 10 8 16 Relegated
16 Rodez 34 33 34 48 7 12 15 Relegated
17 Clermont 34 31 27 51 7 10 17 Relegated
18 Le Puy 34 25 29 54 5 10 19 Relegated

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