PSG matches in Uber Eats League 1

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  • Ligue 1 Uber Eats • Journée 3

    Lille vs PARIS

    Stade Pierre-Mauroy
  • Ligue 1 Uber Eats • Journée 4

    PARIS vs Monaco

    Parc des Princes
  • Ligue 1 Uber Eats • Journée 5

    Toulouse vs PARIS

    Stadium TFC

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Founded in 1932, Ligue 1 Uber Eats is the French highest football competition.

Ligue 1 Uber Eats

Ligue 1 Uber Eats is played every season in the form of a two-legged league with 20 professional clubs. Historically, the competition starts in the summer and ends in the spring, with periods of international matches and two mercato. Named National Division until 1972, the competition then took the name of Division 1 until it was renamed Ligue 1 in 2002, and finally Ligue 1 Uber Eats in 2020 following a naming contract between the league and the delivery company.

The history of the competition is closely linked to emblematic clubs such as AS Saint-Étienne, Stade de Reims, FC Nantes, Olympique de Marseille or more recently Paris Saint-Germain, giving place to many derbies and other classics of the French championship: the most beautiful match of the weekend is played on Sunday evening at 20:45.

Mickaël Landreau is the most capped player in Ligue 1 Uber Eats with 618 games played.

Paris Saint-Germain record in Ligue 1 Uber Eats

10 Titles

1986 - 1994 - 2013 - 2014 - 2015 - 2016 - 2018 - 2019 - 2020 - 2022

The stakes of the Ligue 1

The current UEFA index allows Uber Eats League 1 to directly qualify the 1st and 2nd of its championship for the Champions League group stage. The 3rd will have to compete in a play-off to hope playing in the C1 while the 4th will get a qualifying place for the Europa League.

The other qualifying place for the C3 is now awarded to the winner of the previous edition of the French Cup. It is therefore the 5th of the French championship that will validate generally its ticket to play the Europa League Conference. In the case where the winner of the French Cup has already obtained a ticket for the C1 or C3, the 5th place would then directly qualify for the group stage of the Europa League and the 6th would allow a club to have the opportunity to play the C4 play-offs.

With the new reform of the Champions League coming into effect in 2024, if France maintains its 5th place in the UEFA index, the top three Ligue 1 teams will automatically qualify for the Champions League while the 4th place will be synonymous with a play-off for the C1.

Concerning the principle of up and down between Ligue 1 Uber Eats and Ligue 2 BKT, only the two clubs finishing in 19th and 20th place are automatically relegated to the second division: the 18th must play a play-off against a candidate from the lower league having finished between 5th and 3rd place. On the other hand, the 1st and 2nd in Ligue 2 integrate the elite of French soccer.

Paris Saint-Germain in Ligue 1:

A 50-year history

80's: The beginning of an adventure

Founded on August 12, 1970, as a result of a merger between Paris FC and Stade Saint-Germanois, Paris Saint-Germain had its first experience in the elite of French soccer in the 1971-1972 season, only one year after the creation of the club. The following year, the two entities were split: Paris FC was maintained in the 1st division while Paris Saint-Germain continued under the same name in the 3rd division.

In 1974, Paris Saint-Germain was back in the elite of French soccer while Paris FC was relegated to the second division: the club of Saint-Germain-en-Laye left the Georges-Lefèvre stadium and will now play in the historic Parc des Princes. PSG became the number 1 club in the capital. In 1986, Paris Saint-Germain won its first ever French championship title, led at the time by its captain Luis Fernandez and its top scorer Dominique Rocheteau.

90's: The Canal + era

In 1991, Paris Saint-Germain known a real turning point in its history: Canal+ and its manager at the time, Michel Denisot, took over the club. This date will also mark the end of the presidency of Francis Borelli, emblematic director from 1978 to 1991, who gave his name to the famous presidential stand of the Parc des Princes.

The investment of the channel in the club allows the French championship to gain interest again. The arrival of players such as Ginola, Roche or Rai strengthens the club, which is now a serious competitor to Olympique de Marseille, at the top at that time. In 1994, the club of the capital won the championship once again, putting an end to a series of 4 consecutive titles obtained by OM, its runner-up during this season: it is the beginning of a rivalry between the two clubs.

Early 2010s: A new era under QSI

In 2006, the adventure between Paris Saint-Germain and Canal+ came to an end: the final page of a common history made of ups and downs that had lasted nearly 15 years. A period marked by the victory in the Cup Winners Cup in 1996 but also by the triple win in the French Cup, League Cup and Champions Trophy in 1998.

After a period of transition, Paris Saint-Germain saw the arrival of a Qatari investment fund (QSI) to take over the club in 2011 with the ambition to make it a European great. The project took shape quickly with the arrival of international stars like Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Thiago Silva or Edinson Cavani.

After nearly 20 years without a French championship title, notably marked by the domination of Olympique Lyonnais in the early 2000s (2002-2008), Paris Saint-Germain won its 3rd championship title in 2013, just two years after the arrival of QSI. The club of the capital confirmed its new status during the following seasons by chaining its 4th (2014), 5th (2015) and 6th title (2016).

Late 2010s: A new dimension

In 2017, the AS Monaco of Bernardo Silva and Kylian Mbappé put an end to the series of 4 titles won by Paris Saint-Germain but the PSG project continued to grow the following seasons with the arrival of players like Di Maria, Marquinhos or Mbappé. These legends of the club allowed him to win between 2018 and 2020 its 7th, 8th and 9th French championship title. Three additional titles making the Parisian club one of the most titled French clubs in the history of the French championship with FC Nantes and AS Monaco (8 titles), OM (9 titles) and ASSE (10 titles).

In 2021, Christophe Galtier's LOSC was crowned French champion after an exceptional season achieved by the northern club. After a historic mercato realized in the summer of 2021 with the arrival of icons like Lionel Messi or Sergio Ramos, the Parisian club intended to recover its champion’s crown during this new season.

April 23, 2022, will forever remain a day engraved in the history of Paris Saint-Germain. At the end of a draw against RC Lens (1-1) in the matchday 34 of Ligue 1, PSG officially won its 10th title of French champion. An important moment in the history of the championship and that of Paris Saint-Germain, 50 years after its creation in the quarter of Saint-Germain-en-Laye...

With this 10th title, Paris Saint-Germain joins AS Saint-Etienne in the list of clubs that have reached the symbolic milestone of 10 championship titles. It is also the only club to have won the French Cup and the Championship 10 times.