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1975–76 French Division 1

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1975–76 French Division 1

AS Saint-Etienne won Division 1 season 1975/1976 of the French Association Football League with 57 points.

Participating teams

 

Final table

Position Club Points Played W D L GF GA GD Bonus av. attendance Europe, Ligue 2
1 AS Saint-Etienne 57 38 18 15 5 69 38 +31 6 Champion of France
European Cup
2 OGC Nice 54 38 17 13 8 67 40 +27 7 UEFA Cup
3 FC Sochaux-Montbéliard 52 38 16 14 8 59 50 +9 6 UEFA Cup
4 FC Nantes Atlantique 50 38 15 14 9 67 44 +23 6
5 Stade de Reims 47 38 17 8 13 67 49 +18 5
6 FC Metz 47 38 18 4 16 72 62 +10 7
7 AS Nancy 45 38 14 10 14 67 59 +8 7
8 SEC Bastia 45 38 14 13 11 59 53 +6 4
9 Olympique de Marseille 42 38 20 1 17 60 60 0 1 UEFA Cup Winner's Cup (Winner of Coupe de France)
10 Bordeaux 40 38 15 9 14 59 59 0 1
11 Nîmes Olympique 40 38 14 9 15 50 53 -3 3
12 US Valenciennes-Anzin 40 38 13 10 15 44 54 -10 4
13 Lille 40 38 14 8 16 59 73 -14 4
14 Paris Saint-Germain FC 39 38 13 11 14 63 60 +3 2
15 RC Lens 38 38 10 16 12 58 66 -8 2
16 Olympique Lyonnais 37 38 13 7 18 55 61 -6 4
17 Troyes AF 37 38 9 16 13 48 55 -7 3
18 AS Monaco 35 38 12 9 17 53 73 -20 2 Relegated to Division 2
19 RC Strasbourg 32 38 9 11 18 39 56 -17 3 Relegated to Division 2
20 Olympique Avignonnais '20 38 7 6 25 30 80 -50 0 Relegated to Division 2

(Victory:2 points, Draw:1 point, Defeat:0 points, a bonus of 1 point for a victory with a 3 goals at least difference)

Promoted from Division 2, who will play in Division 1 season 1976/1977

Top goalscorers

Place Player Nationality Club Goals
1 Carlos Bianchi  Argentina Stade de Reims 34
2 Delio Onnis  Argentina AS Monaco 29
3 Hugo Curioni  Argentina FC Metz 25
4 Michel Platini  France AS Nancy 22
5 Robert Pintenat  France FC Sochaux-Montbéliard 21
6 Christian Coste  France Lille 19
- Hector Yazalde  Argentina Olympique de Marseille 19
8 Serge Chiesa  France Olympique Lyonnais 18
9 Nico Braun  Luxembourg FC Metz 16
- Gilles Rampillon  France FC Nantes Atlantique 16
11 Jacques Zimako  France SEC Bastia 15
- Joachim Marx  Poland RC Lens 15
- Gérard Soler  France FC Sochaux-Montbéliard 15
14 Alain Giresse  France Bordeaux 13

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