An important thing for every sports bettor is to have knowledge about the events schedules. For Ligue 1 there is no exception, that’s why at Online Betting Sports we share with you the latest betting news, updates and information about the French Ligue 1 schedule.
Brief introduction to Ligue 1 Schedule
Ligue 1, also known as Division, is the highest level of French football leagues. The Ligue de Football Professionnel has two divisions: Ligue 1 and Ligue 2. It is played by 20 clubs and includes a promotion and relegation system similar to Ligue 2’s.
From August through May, 38 games are played by each side. Typically, play ceases the weekend before Christmas, in dismay to most League 1 picks and pundits, and resumes in the second week of January.
Understanding Ligue 1 Schedule
The top three teams in Ligue 1 qualify for the Champions League via the UEFA coefficient. The two best teams advance directly to the group stage. The third-place team advances to the subsequent qualification round.
The fourth-place squad qualifies for the UEFA Europa League. The two Europa League slots are awarded to the Coupe de France and Coupe de la Ligue winners.
The fifth and sixth place teams in Ligue 1 will qualify for the Europa League if both cup winners qualify for Europe based on their league finishes.
Depending on their UEFA Fair Play status, the league could also qualify for Europe.
Men’s professional football league in France; Ligue 1. Sometimes referred to as “Ligue 1 Conforama,” twenty teams vie for the championship from August through May each year with the Ligue 1 odds already rolled out.
Paris Saint-Germain is the current champion, and they share the most titles with Saint-Étienne. Paris Saint-Germain, Olympique Lyonnais, and Olympique de Marseille are among the most-searched Ligue 1 teams online during the 21/22 season.
The teams are organized into three tables, with the greatest and poorest teams climbing or falling in standings. The worst two teams are relegated to Ligue 2.
Each team plays 384 games per season, and the team with the most points at the end of the season is the champion. The top two teams go to the UEFA Champions League main competition or qualifying rounds.
One additional team has qualified for the UEFA Champions League Qualification Tournament, often known as preliminary qualifying. Two other groups have qualified for the Europa League preliminary qualifiers.