2020–21 Division 1 Féminine

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The 2020–21 Division 1 Féminine season, also known as D1 Arkema for sponsorship reasons, is the 47th edition of Division 1 Féminine since its establishment in 1974. The season began on 5 September 2020 and is scheduled to end on 5 June 2021.[1] Lyon are the defending champions, having won the title for last fourteen consecutive seasons.[2]

Teams[edit source | edit]

A total of 12 teams compete in the league. Champions and runners-up of previous season's Division 2 Féminine (Issy and Le Havre) replaced two relegated teams from last season's Division 1 Féminine (Metz and Marseille).

Team Manager Ground Capacity 2019–20 season
Girondins de Bordeaux Spain Pedro Martínez Losa Stade Sainte-Germaine [fr], Le Bouscat 7,048 3rd
Dijon FCO France Yannick Chandioux [fr] Stade des Poussots, Dijon 498 9th
FC Fleury 91 France David Fanzel [fr] Stade Walter Felder, Fleury-Mérogis 1,000 7th
EA Guingamp France Frédéric Biancalani Stade de l'Akademi EA Guingamp, Pabu 1,960 6th
Olympique lyonnais France Jean-Luc Vasseur Groupama OL Training Center [fr], Décines-Charpieu 1,500 1st
GPSO 92 Issy [fr] France Yacine Guesmia [fr] Stade Le Gallo, Boulogne-Billancourt 2,000 D2 Group A, 1st
Le Havre AC France Michaël Bunel Stade Océane, Le Havre 25,000 D2 Group B, 1st
Montpellier HSC France Frédéric Mendy Stade Bernard Gasset - Mama Ouattara Field, Montpellier 1,280 4th
Paris FC France Sandrine Soubeyrand Stade Robert Bobin, Bondoufle 18,845 5th
Paris Saint-Germain France Olivier Echouafni Stade Jean-Bouin, Paris
Stade Georges Lefèvre, St-Germain-en-Laye
20,000
2,164
2nd
Stade de Reims France Amandine Miquel [fr] Stade Louis Blériot, Bétheny 500 8th
ASJ Soyaux France Laurent Mortel [fr] Stade Léo Lagrange, Soyaux 385 10th

Results[edit source | edit]

League table[edit source | edit]

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Positions by round[edit source | edit]

The table lists the positions of teams after each week of matches. In order to preserve chronological evolvements, any postponed matches are not included to the round at which they were originally scheduled, but added to the full round they were played immediately afterwards.

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Season statistics[edit source | edit]

Top scorers[edit source | edit]

As of 13 December 2020[3]
Rank Player Club Goals
1 Template:Country data JAM Khadija Shaw Bordeaux 14
2 France Marie-Antoinette Katoto Paris Saint-Germain 13
3 England Nikita Parris Lyon 9
4 France Kadidiatou Diani Paris Saint-Germain 8
France Clara Matéo Paris FC
Template:Country data DEN Nadia Nadim Paris Saint-Germain
7 France Faustine Robert Guingamp 7
Canada Evelyne Viens Paris FC
9 France Amel Majri Lyon 6
10 Portugal Mélissa Gomes Reims 5
France Wendie Renard Lyon
Template:Country data NED Katja Snoeijs Bordeaux

Most assists[edit source | edit]

As of 13 December 2020[3]
Rank Player Club Assists
1 France Kadidiatou Diani Paris Saint-Germain 8
2 Germany Dzsenifer Marozsán Lyon 7
3 France Sandy Baltimore Paris Saint-Germain 6
France Delphine Cascarino Lyon
5 France Marie-Antoinette Katoto Paris Saint-Germain 5
Canada Ashley Lawrence Paris Saint-Germain
France Gaëtane Thiney Paris FC
8 Germany Sara Däbritz Paris Saint-Germain 4
Germany Lena Petermann Montpellier
10 France Louise Fleury Guingamp 3
France Rose Lavaud Dijon
France Faustine Robert Guingamp
Template:Country data NED Katja Snoeijs Bordeaux

Most clean sheets[edit source | edit]

As of 16 January 2021
Rank Player Club Clean sheets
1 Template:Country data CHI Christiane Endler Paris Saint-Germain 10
2 France Sarah Bouhaddi Lyon 7
3 England Anna Moorhouse Bordeaux 4
4 France Manon Heil Fleury 3
5 France Mylène Chavas Dijon 2
France Solène Durand Guingamp
France Romane Munich Soyaux
Nigeria Chiamaka Nnadozie Paris FC
France Laëtitia Philippe Fleury
Germany Lisa Schmitz Montpellier
United States Phallon Tullis-Joyce Reims

Hat-tricks[edit source | edit]

Player Club Against Result Date
France Kadidiatou Diani Paris Saint-Germain Guingamp 4–1 (H) 5 September 2020
France Sonia Ouchène Reims Issy 7–1 (H) 3 October 2020
Template:Country data JAM Khadija Shaw4 Bordeaux Fleury 6–1 (H) 10 October 2020
Canada Evelyne Viens Paris FC Issy 5–0 (H) 10 October 2020
France Clara Matéo Paris FC Reims 3–1 (H) 31 October 2020
Template:Country data JAM Khadija Shaw Bordeaux Dijon 5–1 (H) 31 October 2020
Template:Country data DEN Nadia Nadim7 Paris Saint-Germain Issy 14–0 (A) 14 November 2020
England Nikita Parris4 Lyon Issy 9–0 (H) 12 December 2020
France Amel Majri Lyon Issy 9–0 (H) 12 December 2020
France Marie-Antoinette Katoto4 Paris Saint-Germain Le Havre 5–0 (H) 13 December 2020
  • 4 Player scored four goals.
  • 7 Player scored seven goals.

Awards[edit source | edit]

Player of the Month[edit source | edit]

Month Winner Nominees
September 2020 France Kadidiatou Diani
(Paris Saint-Germain)[4]
Template:Country data AUS Ellie Carpenter
(Lyon)
France Rose Lavaud
(Dijon)
October 2020 Template:Country data JAM Khadija Shaw
(Bordeaux)[5]
France Sandy Baltimore
(Paris Saint-Germain)
France Clara Matéo
(Paris FC)
November 2020 France Marie-Antoinette Katoto
(Paris Saint-Germain)[6]
France Kadidiatou Diani
(Paris Saint-Germain)
Template:Country data DEN Nadia Nadim
(Paris Saint-Germain)
December 2020 France Marie-Antoinette Katoto
(Paris Saint-Germain)[7]
France Amel Majri
(Lyon)
Template:Country data JAM Khadija Shaw
(Bordeaux)

References[edit source | edit]

  1. "LE CALENDRIER DE LA D1 ARKEMA 2020-2021". fff.fr.
  2. "Lyon women awarded French title, 14th in a row". sportstar.thehindu.com.
  3. 3.0 3.1 "Championnat de France de D1 2020-2021 - Classement des buteuses". statsfootofeminin.fr.
  4. "DIANI, JOUEUSE DU MOIS DE SEPTEMBRE". Retrieved 26 December 2020.
  5. "KHADIJA SHAW, JOUEUSE DU MOIS D'OCTOBRE". Retrieved 26 December 2020.
  6. "JOUEUSE DU MOIS : KATOTO ÉLUE EN NOVEMBRE". Retrieved 26 December 2020.
  7. "JOUEUSE DU MOIS : COUP DOUBLE POUR KATOTO". Retrieved 14 January 2021.

External links[edit source | edit]

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