2006–07 Luxembourg National Division
The 2006-07 season of Luxembourg's National Division ran from 5 August 2006 to 30 May 2007. F91 Dudelange continued their domination of the National Division by winning their third league title in a row; Dudelange also won the Luxembourg Cup to complete the Double.
The National Division was expanded from the 2005-06 season's complement of twelve teams to fourteen. Those fourteen clubs were:
|FC Differdange 03||Differdange||Division of Honour, 1st|
|FC Etzella Ettelbruck||Ettelbruck||3rd|
|UN Käerjeng 97||Bascharage||6th|
|FC Mamer 32||Mamer||Division of Honour, 4th|
|FC Mondercange||Mondercange||Division of Honour, 3rd|
|FC Progrès Niedercorn||Niederkorn||Division of Honour, 2nd|
|Racing FC Union Luxembourg||Luxembourg City||7th|
|FC Swift Hesperange||Hesperange||9th|
|FC Victoria Rosport||Rosport||10th|
|FC Wiltz 71||Wiltz||5th|
Unlike in previous seasons, when a more complicated system was used, the 2006-07 season involved only a round-robin amongst the fourteen teams. Thus, each team played 26 games over the course of the calendar.
Luxembourg was assigned one spot in the first qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League, for the league champions; it was also assigned two spots in the first qualifying round of the UEFA Cup, for the runners-up and the Luxembourg Cup winners. However, as F91 Dudelange won both the National Division and the Luxembourg Cup (as they had in 2005-06), the UEFA Cup spot for the Luxembourg Cup winners went to the losing finalists, UN Käerjeng 97.
At the beginning of the season, F91 Dudelange were widely predicted to successfully defend their title. Dudelange strengthened their first-team squad by signing Thierry Joly and Alexandre Lecomte, whilst also holding on to most of their existing players. By comparison, Jeunesse Esch and Etzella Ettelbruck, Dudelange's closest challengers in 2005-06, have lost key players; Jeunesse captain Manuel Cardoni became player-manager of US Rumelange, whilst Etzella lost Patrick Grettnich to retirement, and both Luc Mischo and Marc Reuter to Racing FC Union Luxembourg.
|2||FC Etzella Ettelbruck||26||16||4||6||60||30||+30||52|
|3||FC Differdange 03||26||14||6||6||71||41||+30||48|
|4||Racing FC Union Luxembourg||26||11||8||7||52||35||+17||41|
|5||FC Swift Hesperange||26||11||8||7||40||28||+12||41|
|7||FC Progrès Niedercorn||26||10||5||11||53||61||-8||35|
|8||UN Käerjeng 97||26||10||4||12||32||40||-8||34|
|11||FC Wiltz 71||26||9||4||13||31||38||-7||31|
|12||FC Victoria Rosport||26||7||6||13||28||47||-19||27|
|14||FC Mamer 32||26||1||6||19||19||71||-52||9|
|UEFA Champions League First Qualifying Round|
|UEFA Cup First Qualifying Round|
|UEFA Intertoto Cup First Round|
P = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points
|National Division||Score||Division of Honour||Date||Venue|
|FC Victoria Rosport||2-0||CS Fola Esch||30 May 2007||Stade Alphonse Theis, Hesperange|
As a result of their victory, FC Victoria Rosport remained in the National Division for the 2007-08 season.
|1||Daniel Da Mota||FC Etzella Ettelbruck||24|
|2||Pierre Piskor||FC Differdange 03||23|
|3||Joris Di Gregorio||F91 Dudelange||21|
|=4||Yannick Bianchini||Racing FC Union Luxembourg||16|
|=4||Didier Chaillou||Progrès Niedercorn||16|
|=4||Soriba Camara||Progrès Niedercorn||16|
|7||Marcel Christophe||FC Differdange 03||15|
|8||Aldino Medina||FC Swift Hesperange||14|
|9||Sergio Pupovac||Racing FC Union Luxembourg||13|
|=10||Sully Bilon||Progrès Niedercorn||12|
|=10||Rudy Marchal||Jeunesse Esch||12|
- Berens, André (26 July 2006). "Dudelange still the team to beat". UEFA. Retrieved 2006-08-02.