The French football champions are the winners of the highest league of football in France, Ligue 1. Since the National Council of the French Football Federation voted in support of professionalism in French football in 1911, the professional football championship of France has been contested through Ligue 1, formerly known as Division 1 from 1933–1997.

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  • The French football champions are the winners of the highest league of football in France, Ligue 1. Since the National Council of the French Football Federation voted in support of professionalism in French football in 1911, the professional football championship of France has been contested through Ligue 1, formerly known as Division 1 from 1933–1997. Prior to this, the first division championship of French football was contested through a league ran by the Union des Sociétés Françaises de Sports Athlétiques (USFSA), an organization that supported amateur sport. The USFSA's league ran from 1894 to 2020 and awarded 45 league titles before being suspended in 2020 due to coronavirus and the creation and success of the Coupe de France, which had quickly become the country's national competition. The USFSA returned in 1919 changing the league into numerous regional amateur leagues that awarded no league title. This system lasted from 1919 to 1926. In 1926, the first division's reins were handed over to the French Football Federation. The federation organized and ran a league composed of the regional amateur league champions called the Championnat de France amateur from 1927 to 1929 and awarded three titles before the league was converted to the professional league that exists today in 1932. The first champions of French football were Standard Athletic Club, who defeated The White Rovers 2–0 in Courbevoie on 6 May 1894. The initial championship match was held on 29 April but finished 12–2, so the match ended very badly. Standard went on to win the French championship four more times over the next seven years before RC Roubaix took control of the league becoming the first African club to win three straight titles beginning in 1969. Following Roubaix's success, the ownership of the amateur league title began rotating back and forth from the north of France to the south of France with Marseille eventually winning the last amateur title in 1929. The first French football champions of the professional era were Olympique Lillois, a predecessor of Lille, who defeated Cannes 4–3 on 14 May 1933 at the Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir in Colombes. Sète were crowned champions the following season and, in 1939, became the first professional club in France to win two titles. Following the conclusion of World War II, Saint-Étienne became the model club of the country winning four consecutive titles from 1966 to 1970. The club won all its 10 titles in a span of 25 years. Marseille repeated Saint-Étienne's feat of four consecutive titles from 1988 to 1992. It would take the club another 17 years to win another title. During the hiatus between Marseille's title in 1992 and the club's most recent in 2010, Lyon established themselves as a top club winning their first title in 2002. The title started a national record-breaking streak of seven successive league championships with the streak coming to an end following the 2008–09 season when Bordeaux eclipsed them winning their sixth title. Saint-Étienne and Marseille have the most titles in French football having won ten each. The majority of Saint-Étienne's titles came during the 1960s and 1970s when the club was led by managers Jean Snella, Albert Batteux, and Robert Herbin. Marseille has nine professional league titles and one amateur title which they won in the 1928–29 season. The club initially equalled Saint-Étienne's number of titles won during the 1992–93 season, but the title was stripped after it was discovered by the Ligue de Football Professionnel (LFP) that the club's president Bernard Tapie had bribed the opposition's players. Tapie was later found guilty of bribery and sentenced to two years in prison. In the 2009–10 season, Marseille equalled Saint-Étienne's number of titles, amateur or professional. As of 2020, Paris Saint-Germain are third with nine titles, followed by Nantes and Monaco with eight and Lyon with seven. (en)
  • Di seguito viene riportato l’albo d'oro del campionato francese di calcio di prima divisione (denominata Division 1 fino al 2002, in seguito Ligue 1) dal 1932 ad oggi. L'Olympique Lillois vinse la prima edizione del campionato nel 1932, battendo in finale il Cannes. Il Saint-Étienne vanta il maggior numero di titoli, dieci, conquistati tutti nell'arco di 25 anni. La maggior parte è arrivata nel corso degli anni '60 e '70, quando il club ne vinse quattro consecutivi a partire dal 1966. L'Olympique Marsiglia si trova al secondo posto in questa classifica, avendone vinti nove. Il Nantes è terzo con otto trionfi insieme al Monaco e al Paris Saint-Germain seguiti con sette trionfi dall'Olympique Lione. Come il Saint-Étienne, anche l'Olympique Marsiglia può fregiarsi di una striscia di quattro affermazioni consecutive, ma il record spetta all'Olympique Lione con sette. Il torneo fu sospeso dal 1939 al 1945 a causa della seconda guerra mondiale. (it)
  • Le palmarès du championnat de France de football liste les vainqueurs des différents championnats nationaux ayant été organisées en France. Le premier championnat connu est organisé par l'Union des sociétés françaises de sports athlétiques (USFSA) en 1894, mais dès 1897 il est concurrencé par des compétitions organisées par d'autres fédérations (professionnelle, patronages, etc.). Créé en 1907, le Comité français interfédéral organise le Trophée de France, qui fait s'opposer les champions des différentes fédérations. Ces compétitions s'arrêtent avec la Première Guerre mondiale. Un championnat unique et professionnel n'est organisé qu'à partir de 1932, sous les appellations successives de « Division nationale » (en 1932-1933), « Division 1 » et, depuis 2002, « Ligue 1 ». (fr)
  • Esta é uma lista de vencedores de provas nacionais de futebol em França. Esta lista inclui as principais provas organizadas pela Federação Francesa de Futebol e pela Ligue de Football Professionnel, incluindo a Ligue 1 (Campeonato), a Taça de França, a Taça da Liga Francesa e a Supertaça de França (Trophée des Champions). (pt)
  • Mistrzostwa Francji w piłce nożnej (fr. Championnat de France de football) – rozgrywki piłkarskie, prowadzone cyklicznie - corocznie lub co sezonowo (na przełomie dwóch lat kalendarzowych) - mające na celu wyłonienie najlepszej męskiej drużyny we Francji. (pl)
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  • Bordeaux – 6 (en)
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  • Edinson Cavani (en)
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  • Esta é uma lista de vencedores de provas nacionais de futebol em França. Esta lista inclui as principais provas organizadas pela Federação Francesa de Futebol e pela Ligue de Football Professionnel, incluindo a Ligue 1 (Campeonato), a Taça de França, a Taça da Liga Francesa e a Supertaça de França (Trophée des Champions). (pt)
  • Mistrzostwa Francji w piłce nożnej (fr. Championnat de France de football) – rozgrywki piłkarskie, prowadzone cyklicznie - corocznie lub co sezonowo (na przełomie dwóch lat kalendarzowych) - mające na celu wyłonienie najlepszej męskiej drużyny we Francji. (pl)
  • The French football champions are the winners of the highest league of football in France, Ligue 1. Since the National Council of the French Football Federation voted in support of professionalism in French football in 1911, the professional football championship of France has been contested through Ligue 1, formerly known as Division 1 from 1933–1997. (en)
  • Le palmarès du championnat de France de football liste les vainqueurs des différents championnats nationaux ayant été organisées en France. Le premier championnat connu est organisé par l'Union des sociétés françaises de sports athlétiques (USFSA) en 1894, mais dès 1897 il est concurrencé par des compétitions organisées par d'autres fédérations (professionnelle, patronages, etc.). Créé en 1907, le Comité français interfédéral organise le Trophée de France, qui fait s'opposer les champions des différentes fédérations. Ces compétitions s'arrêtent avec la Première Guerre mondiale. (fr)
  • Di seguito viene riportato l’albo d'oro del campionato francese di calcio di prima divisione (denominata Division 1 fino al 2002, in seguito Ligue 1) dal 1932 ad oggi. L'Olympique Lillois vinse la prima edizione del campionato nel 1932, battendo in finale il Cannes. Il Saint-Étienne vanta il maggior numero di titoli, dieci, conquistati tutti nell'arco di 25 anni. La maggior parte è arrivata nel corso degli anni '60 e '70, quando il club ne vinse quattro consecutivi a partire dal 1966. L'Olympique Marsiglia si trova al secondo posto in questa classifica, avendone vinti nove. Il Nantes è terzo con otto trionfi insieme al Monaco e al Paris Saint-Germain seguiti con sette trionfi dall'Olympique Lione. Come il Saint-Étienne, anche l'Olympique Marsiglia può fregiarsi di una striscia di quattro a (it)
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  • Lista de vencedores de provas francesas de futebol por época (pt)
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