2009–10 Ligue 1

The season 2009/10 French Ligue 1 began on August 8, 2009, and ended on May 15, 2010. Titleholder was Girondins Bordeaux, coached by 98er world champion Laurent Blanc. Newcomers were RC Lens, Montpellier HSC and U.S. Boulogne. As the first relegated Grenoble Foot stable after the 32nd day - as early as since the 1979/80 season (at the time Stade Brest) no other Erstligist more. The others are relegated Le Mans UC and U.S. Boulogne. Champion Olympique Marseille.



As of May 16, 2010

Cross Table

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 Olympique Marseille

Top scorers

Season Awards

The trophies as seasonal best goalkeeper and field players went to Hugo Lloris ( Lyon) and Gervinho ( Lille). They were followed on the podium Stéphane Ruffier (Monaco) Mickaël Landreau before (Lille ) in goal and Fabien Lemoine (Rennes ) before the same Florent Balmont note (Lille ) and Kevin Gameiro (Lorient ) at the fielders.


The Ligue 1 recorded the third consecutive year, a slight decline in viewership compared to the previous season, this time by 7,999 to 7.634 million; according to the visit per game dropped from 21,050 to 20.089. Only seven clubs were above this average: Master Marseille ( 50 044 ), Lyon ( 35 766 ), intermediate Lens ( 34,196 ), Paris, Bordeaux, Saint -Etienne and Rennes. The lowest figures recorded Auxerre, Lorient, Boulogne, Valenciennes (all just over 12,000 ), Le Mans ( 9214 ), Nice ( 8714 ) and Monaco ( 7893 ). For Marseille against Bordeaux in August 2009 55.920 tickets were sold, on the other hand just wanted 5,358 stalwarts see the match against Monaco Le Mans. The striker in the league were torhungrig since 2000 /01 no longer: 916 Hits recognized meant an average of 2.41 goals per game.