This is a very popular meeting for supporters of elite clubs. This Thursday, the LFP is publishing the calendar for the French Ligue 1 Championship. The 10 most beautiful posters of the season are already known. They will all be retransmitted by Mediapro, a new Ligue 1 broadcaster via its Téléfoot channel. After obtaining it, we are able to reveal the full program of PSG to you.
As announced by Le Parisien on July 1, PSG will start with the reception of Metz. However, the champion club of France does not have the certainty of playing the first day of Ligue 1 the weekend of August 22-23. He is engaged, in fact, in parallel in the Final 8 of the Champions League in Lisbon (August 12 to 23), and if he climbs into the final, this inaugural meeting against the Lorraine club would then be postponed.
Paris will end the season in Brest
From the second day, Paris will move to the promoted Lensois before welcoming Marseille on Sunday, September 13, for Act 1 of the Clasico and continuing with two successive trips to Nice and Reims. The other highlights of the first leg will see the Parisians receive Rennes, 3rd in the last championship, in November (10th day), then go in stride to Monaco. In December, while completing the group phase of the C1 (5th and 6th days), PSG will give hospitality in Lyon on December 13 (14th day), before returning to Lille at the Pierre-Mauroy stadium a week later ( 16th day). Paris will close the first leg in January 2021 against Brest at the Parc des Princes.
The first day of return matches will take teammates from Marquinhos to Angers. The second part between OM and PSG will be held on Sunday February 7 at the Orange Vélodrome for the 24th day. A poster still eagerly awaited that could not take place last season due to the health crisis. Randomly on the calendar, this match is scheduled at the heart of a “Mediterranean sequence” with the receptions of Nîmes from Nice and Monaco (23rd, 25th and 26th days).
On Sunday March 21, on the occasion of the 30th day of the championship, Paris will be at the Groupama Stadium of Olympique Lyonnais. At the end of the international break, he will receive Lille (31st day) to complete the loop in Finistère against Brest, May 23, 2021.
1st day (August 23): Marseille-Saint-Etienne
3rd day (September 13): PSG-Marseille
6th day (October 4): Lyon-Marseille
10th day (November 8): Lyon-Saint-Etienne
Day 14 (December 13): PSG-Lyon
16th day (December 20): Lille-PSG
21st day (January 24): Marseille-Lyon
Day 24 (February 7): Marseille-PSG
27th day (February 28): Saint-Etienne-Lyon
30th day (March 21): Lyon-PSG