All 10 Ligue 1 Champions Of The Last Decade

All 10 Ligue 1 Champions Of The Last Decade
All 10 Ligue 1 Champions Of The Last Decade

Here are all those 10 Ligue 1 champions of the last decade

Can you guess won the Ligue 1 title in 2011/12 season? We gathered some information from Transfermarkt for some of the best clubs in the world, that is, their all-time performing stats.

This article will tell you about all the Serie A champions of the last decade.

Ligue 1 Champions Of The Last Decade

  1. 2011/12 – Montpellier
  2. 2012/13 – PSG
  3. 2013/14 – PSG
  4. 2014/15 – PSG
  5. 2015/16 – PSG
  6. 2016/17 – AS Monaco
  7. 2017/18 – PSG
  8. 2018/19 – PSG
  9. 2019/20 – PSG
  10. 2020/21 – LOSC Lille

PSG was the most successful Ligue 1 club of the last decade. They won the league title seven times in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018, 2019 and 2020. That said, they totally dominated the league with their overpowered squad.

In 2021, Jose Fonte led LOSC Lille to their 4th Ligue 1 title (1945, 1953, 2010, 2020). However, their team has been suffering a lot this season. They are currently at 8th position and lost their recent match 0-1 against Lyon.

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Talking about the other leagues, it seems like Barcelona have regained their form after Xavi’s arrival at the Camp Nou. The club was going through a bad form in the previous season.

The Catalans defeated Atletico Bilbao 0-4 in their recent La Liga game. Dani Alves is one of the biggest reasons behind their incredible return as one of the best clubs in the world.

Xavi was really happy after the result and he made some compliments over the class of his two best players – Ousmane Dembele and Pedri.

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“This is not my business. In football nothing can be ruled out. It is a matter for Dembélé and the club, what I am is happy with him because he is a professional,” Xavi said.

“He has made the difference. I see many conditions. Today we have seen the Dembélé that we want and that we all want.”

On Pedri he said:

“Aside from the nutmeg, which is a small detail, it’s how he understands the game, goes between the lines and goes behind the midfield pivots,” he added.

“He reminds me a lot of Andrés Iniesta. If we’re talking about pure talent, Pedri is the best in the world. He is a wonderful player. I haven’t seen many talents like him.”