Ligue 1 records

ClubEdit

Titles and PointsEdit

WinsEdit

  • Most wins in a season : 30 for Paris Saint-Germain (2015–16) for a 20-team league; 25 for Saint-Étienne (1969–70) for an 18-team league
  • Most home victories in a season : 19 forSaint-Étienne (1974–75)
  • Most away victories in a season : 15 forParis Saint-Germain (2015-16)
  • Most consecutive victories : 14 forBordeaux (between March 14, 2009 and August 23, 2009)
  • Most consecutive victories in a season : 11 for Bordeaux (2008–09)
  • Most home consecutive victories : 28 forSaint-Étienne (between March 13, 1974 and August 27, 1975)
  • Most away consecutive victories : 9 forMarseille (between February 15, 2009 and August 8, 2009)
  • Biggest win : 12–1, Sochaux v.Valenciennes, 1935–36
  • Longest unbeaten record within a single season : Nantes, 32 matches (1994–1995)
  • Longest unbeaten home record : Nantes, 92 matches, between May 15, 1976 and April 7, 1981
  • Longest unbeaten record : Paris Saint-Germain, 36 matches (March 15, 2015–February 28, 2016)

LossesEdit

Top flight appearancesEdit

  • Most seasons in top-flight : Marseille, 67 seasons
  • Most consecutive seasons in top-flight :Nantes, 44 seasons (1963–2007)

GoalsEdit

  • Highest-scoring season : 1946–47 (1,344 goals, average: 3.51 per match) for a 20-team league; 1948–49 (1,138 goals, average: 3.71 per match) for an 18-team league
  • Highest-scoring team in a season : 1959–60 RC Paris, 118 goals, in 20-team format; 1948–49 Lille, 102 goals, in 18-team format
  • Best defense in a season : 2015-16 Paris Saint-Germain, 19 goals conceded
  • Best home defense in a season : 2007–08Saint-Étienne, 4 goals conceded
  • Best away defense in a season : 2015–16Paris Saint-Germain, 7 goals conceded
  • Best goal difference in a season : 2015–16Paris Saint-Germain, +83, 20-team format; 1948–49 Lille, +62, 18-team format

Disciplinary and managerEdit

  • Season with most yellow cards : 2002–03 (1,654)
  • Season with most red cards : 2002–03 (131)
  • Most red cards in a season : 2013–14Montpellier, 14
  • Most matches for a coach : Guy Roux,Auxerre (1961–2000, 2001–2005) 890 matches and Lens (2007–08) 4 matches : 894 matches

AttendanceEdit

  • Highest overall attendance : 8,290,346 in 2006–07 (20 clubs)
  • Highest average attendance : 23,154 per match in 2000–01 (18 clubs)
  • Highest daily attendance for a single game day : 281,000, Day 33, 1997–98 (28,100 average per match)
  • Highest single attendance : 78,056,LilleLyon, 2008–09 (Match played at theStade de France)

PlayersEdit

Most appearancesEdit

Player Period Club[1] Games[2]
1 Mickaël Landreau 1997–2014 Nantes, Paris Saint-Germain,Lille, Bastia 618
2 Jean-Luc Ettori 1975–1994 Monaco 602
3 Dominique Dropsy 1971–1989 Valenciennes,Strasbourg,Bordeaux 596
4 Dominique Baratelli 1967–1985 Ajaccio, Nice,Paris Saint-Germain 593
5 Alain Giresse 1970–1988 Bordeaux,Marseille 586
6 Sylvain Kastendeuch 1982–2001 Metz, Saint-Étienne,Toulouse 577
7 Patrick Battiston 1973–1991 Bordeaux,Metz, Saint-Étienne,Monaco 558
8 Jacky Novi 1964–1980 Marseille,Nîmes, Paris Saint-Germain,Strasbourg 545
9 Roger Marche 1944–1962 Stade Reims,RC Paris 542
10 Jean-Paul Bertrand-Demanes 1969–1988 Nantes 532

GoalscorersEdit

Player Period Club[3] Goals[4] Games
1 Delio Onnis 1971–1986 Monaco,Reims, Tours,Toulon 299 (Ø 0,66) 449
2 Bernard Lacombe 1969–1987 Lyon, Saint-Étienne,Bordeaux 255 (Ø 0,51) 497
3 Hervé Revelli 1965–1978 Saint-Étienne, Nice 216 (Ø 0,55) 389
4 Roger Courtois 1932–1956 Sochaux,Troyes 210 (Ø 0,72) 288
5 Thadée Cisowski 1947–1961 Metz, RC Paris,Valenciennes 206 (Ø 0,72) 286
6 Roger Piantoni 1950–1966 Nancy, Stade Reims, Nice 203 (Ø 0,52) 394
7 Joseph Ujlaki 1947–1964 Stade Français,Sète, Nîmes,Nice, RC Paris 189 (Ø 0,43) 438
8 Fleury Di Nallo 1960–1975 Lyon, Red Star Paris 187 (Ø 0,44) 425
9 Carlos Bianchi 1973–1980 Stade Reims,Paris Saint-Germain,Strasbourg 179 (Ø 0,81) 220
Gunnar Andersson 1950–1960 Marseille,Bordeaux 179 (Ø 0,77) 234

Most titles wonEdit

Juninho, among others, holds the record of most Ligue 1 titles for a player with 7

Seven titlesEdit

GoalkeepingEdit

  • Most consecutive home-game minutes without conceding : Jérémie Janot, Saint-Étienne, 1,534 minutes without conceding in 2004–05 and 2005–06 seasons (17 games)
  • Most consecutive minutes without conceding: Gaëtan Huard, Girondins de Bordeaux, 1,176 minutes without conceding in 1992–93 (13 games)

GoalscoringEdit

Other recordsEdit

  • Most red cards : Cyril Rool : 19 (as of end of 2005–06 season)
  • Youngest player : Laurent Paganelli, Saint-Étienne 15 years, 10 months and 3 days
  • Youngest to score a hat-trick : Jérémy Ménez, Sochaux, 22 January 2005 againstBordeaux – 17 years, 260 days

Fastest hat-trick : Zlatan Ibrahimović, Paris Saint-Germain, 13 March 2016 against Troyes– 9 minutes[5]