2003–04 Ligue 2

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The Ligue 2 season 2003/2004, organised by the LFP was won by AS Saint-Étienne and saw the promotions of AS Saint-Étienne, SM Caen and FC Istres, whereas ASOA Valence, Besançon RC and FC Rouen were relegated to National.

20 participating teams[edit]

Final table[edit]

# Club Played V D L gf/ga +/- Points
1 Saint-Étienne 38 22 7 9 44:29 +15 73
2 Caen 38 20 11 7 56:31 +25 71
3 Istres 38 19 9 10 44:26 +18 66
4 Lorient 38 17 10 11 57:45 +12 61
5 Sedan 38 15 15 8 42:31 +11 60
6 Nancy 38 14 13 11 45:36 +9 55
7 Le Havre 38 15 10 13 44:46 -2 55
8 Niort 38 13 14 11 47:44 +3 53
9 Amiens 38 15 8 15 43:45 -2 53
10 Troyes 38 13 13 12 43:48 -5 52
11 Châteauroux 38 13 10 15 44:49 -5 49
12 Créteil 38 10 15 13 41:47 -6 45
13 Angers 38 11 13 15 36:43 -7 45
14 Clermont 38 9 17 12 36:48 -12 44
15 Grenoble 38 9 16 13 38:43 -5 43
16 Gueugnon 38 9 15 14 40:43 -3 42
17 Laval 38 10 12 16 51:55 -4 42
18 Valence 38 9 13 16 45:56 -11 40
19 Besançon RC 38 8 14 16 37:45 -8 38
20 FC Rouen 38 5 14 19 27:50 -23 29
# rank ; V victories ; D draws ; D defeats ; gf goals for ; ga goals against ; +/- goals average

Recap[edit]

Top goalscorers[edit]

# Player Club Goals
1 Français David Suarez Amiens 17
2 Français Laurent Dufresne Nancy 16
3 Français Bertrand Fayolle Valence 15
- Français Guilherme Mauricio Laval 15
5 Français Hervé Bugnet Le Havre 13
6 Français Cyrille Watier Caen 12
- Algérien Mansour Boutabout Gueugnon 12
- Ivoirien Marc-Éric Gueï Châteauroux 12
- Togolais Robert Malm Grenoble 12
- France Jacques Rémy Istres 12
10 Français Lilian Compan Saint-Étienne 11
- Français Brazil Rogerio Moreira Valence 11
- Argentin Sergio Rojas Grenoble 11

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