The 2022/2023 Ligue 1 calendar is known!

The 2022/2023 Ligue 1 calendar is known!

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The start of the 2022/2023 Ligue 1 season is getting closer. A few days before the resumption of certain clubs of the elite of French football, the LFP has just published the calendar for the coming season. A schedule that will inevitably be different this year due to the programming of the 2022 World Cup in the middle of winter (November 21-December 18).

Result: the season will start normally, at the beginning of August (weekend of 6-7), but it will pause on the evening of the 15th day scheduled for the weekend of November 12. Hostilities will resume on Wednesday December 28 and Ligue 1 will be entitled to its boxing day with a 17th day scheduled for January 1, 2023. The last round is scheduled for Sunday June 4, 2023, two weeks later than in other years.

PSG will start and finish against Clermont

As announced in the media in recent days, the reigning French champions, Paris Saint-Germain, will start their season in Clermont. As for the Marseille vice-champion, he will receive Reims at the Orange Vélodrome. Olympique Lyonnais will welcome, for its part, the promoted Ajaccio and the surprise Strasbourg will have a lot to do from the outset against Monaco at La Meinau. Also note a Breton derby between Stade Rennais and FC Lorient.

The Rouge-et-Bleu will begin and end this exercise to an Auvergne tune. Indeed, after having started its season in Clermont, PSG will finish it at the Parc des Princes, against the Auvergnats. For their part, OL will go to Nice, OM will travel to Corsica to face Ajaccio. Monaco will receive the promoted Toulouse and Rennes will be entitled to a Breton derby against Brest.

The program for the first day of Ligue 1 2022/2023

  • Clermont-PSG
  • OM-Reims
  • Strasbourg-Monaco
  • Rennes-Lorient
  • Toulouse-Nice
  • Lens-Brest
  • Lyon-Ajaccio
  • Angers-Nantes
  • Lille-Auxerre
  • Montpellier-Troyes

The main posters of the Ligue 1 calendar version 2022-23 (dates subject to change)

  • PSG-Monaco (August 28, 4th day)
  • Monaco-OL (September 11, 7th day)
  • OL-PSG (September 18, matchday 8)
  • OM-Rennes (September 18, 8th day)
  • PSG-OM (October 16, 11th day)
  • OM-OL (November 6, Matchday 14)
  • Monaco-OM (13 November, 15th day)
  • Rennes-PSG (January 15, 19th day)
  • OM-Monaco (29 January, 20th day)
  • Monaco-PSG (February 12, Matchday 23)
  • OM-PSG (February 26, Matchday 25)
  • Rennes-OM (March 5, 27th day)
  • PSG-Rennes (March 19, 28th day)
  • PSG-OL (2 April, 29th day)
  • OL-OM (April 23, Matchday 32)
  • OL-Monaco (21 May, 36th day)

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