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1990–91 French Division 2

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1990–91 French Division 2

Statistics of Division 2 in the 1990/1991 season.

Overview

It was contested by 36 teams, and Nîmes Olympique and Le Havre won the championship.

Group A

Pos Club P Pts GF GA W D L Note
1 Nîmes Olympique 34 44 40 27 17 10 7 Promoted
2 RC Strasbourg 34 43 70 37 19 5 10
3 Valenciennes 34 43 30 17 13 17 4
4 Olympique Alès 34 43 37 32 17 9 8
5 Istres 34 37 41 41 14 9 11
6 Bastia 34 35 46 35 12 11 11
7 Avignon 34 35 41 37 10 15 9 Relegated
8 Rodez 34 34 32 38 10 14 10
9 Annecy 34 33 26 25 10 13 11
10 Mulhouse 34 32 41 35 11 10 13
11 Martigues 34 32 41 38 11 10 13
12 Gueugnon 34 32 30 29 9 14 11
13 Épinal 34 30 33 40 11 8 15
14 Gazélec Ajaccio 34 30 30 39 11 8 15
15 Chaumont 34 30 32 50 10 10 14 Relegated
16 Louhans-Cuiseaux 34 28 28 36 7 14 13
17 Dunkerque 34 26 17 36 6 14 14
18 Dijon 34 25 29 52 7 11 16 Relegated

Group B

Pos Club P Pts GF GA W D L Note
1 Le Havre 34 47 52 17 18 11 5 Promoted
2 Lens 34 42 49 26 14 14 6 Promoted
3 Stade Lavallois 34 41 49 29 16 9 9
4 Angers 34 40 52 32 16 8 10
5 Rouen 34 40 46 26 15 10 9
6 Stade Reims 34 37 38 29 13 11 10 Relegated
7 En Avant Guingamp 34 35 35 37 12 11 11
8 St Seurin 34 34 33 37 10 14 10
9 Tours 34 33 26 32 9 15 10
10 Red Star Paris 34 32 36 43 9 14 11
11 Beauvais 34 31 21 25 9 13 12
12 La Roche sur Yon 34 31 35 46 10 11 13
13 Bourges 34 31 35 51 10 11 13
14 Le Mans 34 30 28 33 8 14 12
15 Chamois Niort 34 29 26 33 9 11 14 Relegated
16 Orléans 34 28 29 41 7 14 13
17 US Créteil 34 26 28 52 7 12 15 Relegated
18 Olympique Saint-Quentin 34 25 24 53 7 11 16

See also

References

  • France - List of final tables (RSSSF)
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