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France Ligue 2

Ligue 2, which is also known as Domino's Ligue 2

The Ligue 2, which is also known as Domino's Ligue 2 due to the sponsorship of Domino's Pizza, is a French professional league. The league serves as the second division of French football and is one of two divisions that make up the Ligue de Football Professionnel (LFP). The other is Ligue 1, the country's top soccer division. It is contested by 20 clubs and maintains a promotion and relegation system with both Ligue 1 and third division Championnat National. The seasons last from August to May, with the teams playing 38 games, each with 380 games in the season. Most games take place on Fridays and Mondays, some on weekdays and weekends. The game is regularly interrupted on the last weekend before Christmas for two weeks, before it resumes in the second week of January.

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The Ligue 2 was founded a year after the founding of the first league in 1933 under the name Division 2 and has since been the second division of French football. The name lasted until 2002, before it was changed to the current name. As the league is part of the LFP, clubs that are on the verge of professionalism can do so. However, if a club descends to the Championnat National, its professional status may be temporarily revoked until it returns to Ligue 2.

There are 20 clubs in Ligue 2. During one season, usually from August to May, each club plays a total of 38 games, once in the home stadium and once in the opponent's stadium. Teams receive three points for a win and one point for a draw. No points are awarded for a loss. The teams are scored according to the total score, goal difference and goals scored. At the end of each season, the club with the most points will be crowned champion and promoted to Ligue 1. If there is a tie, the goal difference and the goals scored decide on the winner. If they are still the same, it is assumed that the teams occupy the same position. In a draw for the championship or relegation decides a playoff at a neutral place on the rank. The runner-up and runner-up will also be promoted to the top league, while the three lowest-ranked teams will descend to the Championnat National, and National's top three teams will be promoted in their stead. While it was originally decided that during the 2015-2016 season promoted only the best two teams in Ligue 1 and the last two teams would be relegated to the national team, this decision was later repealed by an appeal to the Conseil d'État and the French Football Federation.

The second league of French football was founded in 1933, a year after the creation of the professional first division. The opening season of the competition consisted of the six clubs that had descended after the national season 1932/33, as well as many clubs that spoke out in the preseason against the creation of the first league. Clubs like Strasbourg, RC Roubaix and Amiens SC all played in the debut season of the second division, even though they had previously complained about the subjective criteria required to become professional and play in the premier league. The first year of the second division consisted of twenty-three clubs and was divided into two groups (North and South). Fourteen of the clubs were added to the northern section, while the remaining nine were placed in Sud. After the season, the winners faced each group to determine which club should be promoted. On May 20, 1934, the winner of the Nord Group, the Red Star Saint-Ouen, met Olympique Alès, the winner of the Sud group. Red Star became the first league champions after a 3-2 victory. Despite the defeat, Alès was also promoted to the top league. It was followed by Strasbourg and Mulhouse, each of which won a pool championship, after the first league had agreed to expand their teams to 16.

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