Ask for the program! As agreed, the LFP announced this Friday the calendar for the 2022-2023 season in Ligue 1. The resumption will take place on the weekend of August 5-7, while the last day will be played at the beginning of June . With the World Cup in between, and a great novelty: Boxing Day.
The Classic at the Vlodrome? See you on February 26!
your pens: it’s time to cross the calendar! As agreed, the Professional Football League (LFP) released this Friday the program for the 2022-2023 season in Ligue 1.
Necessarily rearranged due to the World Cup scheduled shortly before winter, from November 21 to December 18. With a great novelty, therefore: Boxing Day the French during the first two days of 2023. The recovery will take place on the weekend of August 5-7, while the last day will take place in early June.
Paris Clermont, OM hosts Reims to kick off
As for the matchday one lineup, last season’s champions and runners-up will get off to a quiet start: Paris will move to Clermont and OM host Reims at the Stade Vlodrome. The real clash will take place in Alsace, where Strasbourg will take on Monaco at La Meinau. And the princely club will have to continue with the receptions of Rennes (J2) and Lens (J3), not forgetting the clash against PSG (J4) in the Parc des Princes just behind… and that of Nice (J6). How heavy to start.
For the rest of the surprises, let’s put an immediate end to the Clasico suspense: Paris will start at home against OM on October 16 (D11), before a simmering return to the Stade Vlodrome on February 26 (D25). Olympique Lyonnais, who will have to raise their heads after a 2021-2022 season that ended in eighth position, will meet the Parisians from September 18 (E8) at the Groupama Stadium and will travel to the Marseilles’ turf in just under two months later, on November 6 (D14).
Boxing Day to start 2023
OM will also be entitled to a busy schedule ahead of the World Cup, as Jorge Sampaoli’s side take on OL successively and then Monaco (J15) on November 13. It will follow: rest for the players, Qatar until December 18 for the luckiest, more rest, the 16th for a quiet recovery on December 28… and the famous Boxing Day the French with multiplex on January 1st and four games the next day!
As provided in the contract, Prime Vido will be entitled to the 10 best posters of the season: PSG-Monaco (J4), OL-PSG (J8), PSG-OM (J11), OM-OL (J14), Lens – PSG (D17), Rennes-PSG (D19), OM-Nice (D22), OM-PSG (D25), PSG-OL (D29), OL-OM (32D). Canal+, the other channel in Ligue 1, will continue to broadcast two games a day.
The 1st day of L1:
The 2nd day of L1:
The 3rd day of L1:
The 4th day of L1:
On day 5 of L1:
The main surprises of the season:
PSG-Monaco, August 28, matchday 4
Nice-Monaco, September 4, day 6
OL-PSG, September 18, matchday 8
Lille-Lens, October 9, day 10
Rennes-Nantes, October 9, day 10
PSG-OM, October 16, matchday 11
OM-OL, November 6, day 14
Monaco-OM, November 13, day 15
Boxing Day, December 28, day 16
Monaco-OM, January 29, day 20
Monaco-PSG, February 12, matchday 23
OM-PSG, February 26, day 25
Monaco-Nice, February 26, day 25
Nantes-Rennes, February 26, day 25
Lens-Lille, March 5, day 26
PSG-OL, April 2, day 29
OL-OM, April 23, day 32
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