1999â€“2000 French Division 1
The Division 1 1999/2000 was the 62nd season of the French Division 1 began the season on 30 July 1999 with the opening match between Girondins Bordeaux and the SC Bastia ( Result: 3-2 ). As a newly promoted AS Saint- Étienne, CS Sedan and ES Troyes AC came from the Ligue 2 this. The season as champion finished the AS Monaco and thus became the successor to Girondins Bordeaux. Qualifying for the UEFA Champions League managed to Monaco, Paris SG, and Olympique Lyon ( qualification). For the UEFA Cup to Bordeaux and FC Nantes over the Coupe de France qualified. In the UEFA Intertoto Cup the following year played AJ Auxerre. Relegated to the Ligue 2 AS Nancy had, AC Le Havre and Montpellier.
The cross table presents the results of all games this season represents the home team is listed in the left column and the visiting team in the top row.
Champion team AS Monaco
- Goal: Jean -Marie Aubry (4 / -) Fabien Barthez (24 / -), Patrice Luzi (1 / -), Tony Sylva (6 / -)
- Defense: Philippe Christanval (25 / -), Pablo Contreras (17 / - ), Martin Djetou (22 / - ), Bruno Irles (8 / - ), Philippe Léonard ( 19/2 ), John Arne Riise ( 21/1 ) Christophe Pignol (5 / -), Julien Rodriguez ( 2 / -), Willy Sagnol (26 / - ), David di Tommaso (7 / -)
- Midfielders: Costinha (28 /1), Salif Diao (1 / -), Pontus Farnerud (15 / -), Marcelo Gallardo (28 /8), Ludovic Giuly (33/ 5), Grégory Lacombe (1 / -), Sabri Lamouchi (32/ 3), Sylvain Legwinski (10 / -), Rafael Márquez (23 /2)
- Storm: Wagneau Eloi (9 / -), Dado Pršo ( 20/2 ), Marco Simone (34 /21), David Trezeguet (30 /22)
- Coach: Claude Puel