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Top Soccer Teams in France
There are dozens of French teams that are worthy of separate reviews, but it would be impossible for us to cover all of them individually. 7sport is the place to visit for frequent news and updates on all of them, but for now, it’s enough to mention three of the best French team currently competing.
Paris Saint-Germain, one of the top French football clubs featured in the French Ligue 1, is one of the most recognizable names in European football. The club is also among the most successful ones in the country, with eight domestic championship titles, not to mention their dozen Coupe de France trophies and eight Coupe de la Ligue wins. Their biggest rival, Olympique de Marseille, is still on their tail in every tournament and match they compete against each other. PSG’s home, Parc des Princes, is still one of the most famous stadiums in the world.
Olympique de Marseille
Since we already mentioned Olympique de Marseille, we should introduce it properly. It’s another top-rated team that’s featured in the French Ligue 1. Marseille has an impressive record of ten domestic championship titles and another ten Coupe de France championship wins. Therefore, the club can brag about a lot of things. Marseille is popular by the nickname Phoceens, and the club’s history has been marked by plenty of successful players. The list of top players includes Papin, Deschamps, Barthez, Drogba, and more. Stade Velodrome is Marseille’s home stadium, which is among the most impressive structures of its kind in Europe.
Known as simply Rennes, this French soccer club is part of Ligue 1, and it’s one of the oldest ones in the country. With more than 110 years of rich history, this club has a lot of success on its account, including three Coupe de France championship trophies. The club’s nickname is the Rouges et Noirs, and it has been the home of many legendary players, such as Danze, Sow, Gourcuff, and more. Rennes’ home stadium, Roazhon Park, is one of the oldest in France, and the club has been there for more than a century.
Regardless of which your favorite French club is, French football remains as one of the most attractive and dynamic scenes to follow. 7sport is the place to be if you want to follow closely everything that’s happening with your favorite French clubs and players.