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The French League (Formally Ligue 1) is the top football league in France and was founded in 1932, originally under the name National. The league’s most successful club is Saint-Étienne who have won the trophy 10 times, although the most recent of which came in 1981.
Many of the world’s greatest players have played in the French league before moving on to other European giants.
Henry made 105 league appearances for the club. Zindenade Zidane played for Cannes and Bordeaux before joining Juventus while Ronaldinho made his name at Paris Saint-Germain before making the switch to Barcelona.
If you are thinking of heading off to France, we have sourced the best official tickets to all Ligue football games.
French League1 football tickets available for home and away matches in the French Ligue 1 including tickets for Bordeaux, PSG, Montpellier tickets, Olympique Lyon, Olympique Marseille and other teams in France but also Champions League Final tickets.
Parc de Princes was built to provide the city of Paris with a modern venue for important rugby and football matches. The stadium replaced the old Vélodrome, that had stood in its place since 1897.
The stadium, designed by architect Roger Taillibert, was lauded for its avant garde design and received several architectural prices. Its most striking feature were the 50 concrete columns that support the ring-shaped roof.
In the following decades, Parc des Princes regularly hosted matches of the French national team, Coupe de France finals, and it was the playing venue of several European Cup finals.
Parc des Princes Stadium
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About Ligue 1 French League Football
Olympique Lyonnais (Also known as Lyon) dominated Ligue 1 in the 2000s, winning the league title 7 consecutive times between 2002 and 2008, as they firmly established themselves as Ligue 1’s top club, ahead of Marseille and Bordeaux.
More recently, however, there are two new powerhouses of French football. Both AS Monaco and Paris Saint-Germain have been subject to big-money takeovers which has seen them invest heavily in world class talent.
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