Ligue 1 France
Ligue One France hosted some of the most prestigious matches in France since its foundation in 1932. While clubs have played over one hundred years, the historic significance this season holds for the championship makes it unique. For the first time, so many French football clubs competed in the championship. There were twenty participating clubs, who were then split into two groups of ten. The final would be held at a neutral venue.
Ligue 1 has a high commercial profile and international reputation. Star players can be signed by teams to attract high-profile players. This is the only European league to have such a high proportion of players signed with their original clubs. Additionally, the league’s players are more loyal to their clubs than to other teams. France’s international popularity has increased in recent years due to this competition. Despite its relative new reputation, Ligue 1 continues to be a major force within world football.
In the inaugural season, the trophy was replaced in favor of a cup. The competition was comprised 20 teams They played against each other away and home. Each team had 38 games over the course of the season. A team’s points earned determine the final score. A win or tie earns three points. Only one point. Paris Saint-Germain topped league tables in 2015-16, collecting most Multiple seasons of points