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FFHG Division 1 (Fédération Française de Hockey sur Glace Division 1 or French Ice Hockey Federation Division 1) is a professional ice hockey league in France. It is the second of four levels of professional ice hockey in France.


TeamsEdit

FFHG Division 1 consists of 14 teams.

  • Orques d'Anglet
  • Castors d'Avignon
  • Boxers de Bordeaux
  • Albatros de Brest
  • Jokers Cergy
  • Coqs Courbevoie
  • Chiefs de Deuil/Garges
  • Vipers de Montpellier
  • Scorpions de Mulhouse
  • Bisons de Neuilly-sur-Marne
  • Aigles de Nice
  • Phénix de Reims
  • Bélougas de Toulouse
  • Lynx de Valence

SeasonEdit

Each team plays the other teams at home and away (26 games). At the end of this regular season the 4 highest ranking teams enter a combined knock-out play-off series while the four lowest ranking teams (two from each pool) enter a play-off series of their own. The winner of the former play-off series is promoted to Ligue Magnus while the loser of the latter play-off series is demoted to FFHG Division 2.


ChampionsEdit

Year Denomination Champion
1930-31 second series Chamonix 2
1931-32 second series Racing club de France 2
1932-33 second series Club des Sports d'Hiver de Paris
1933-34 second series Chamonix 2
1934-35 second series Stade Français 2
1935-36 second series Stade Français 2
1936-37 no championship
1937-38 second series Unavailable
1938-39 second series Unavailable
1941-42 second series Chamonix 2
1942-43 second series Racing club de France
1943-44 second series Club des Sports d'Hiver de Paris
1944-45 no championship
1945-46 no championship
1946-47 second series Club des Sports d'Hiver de Paris
1947-48 second series CO Billancourt
1948-49 second series Chamonix 2
1949-50 second series CO Billancourt
1950-51 second series Paris Université Club
1951-52 second series Chamonix 2
1952-53 second series Villard-de-Lans
1953-54 second series Unavailable
1954-55 second series Unavailable
1955-56 second series Saint Gervais
1956-57 second series Chamonix 2
1957-58 second series Villard-de-Lans
1958-59 second series Unavailable
1959-60 second series Villard-de-Lans
1960-61 second series US Métro
1961-62 second series Saint-Gervais
1962-63 second series ACBB 2
1963-64 second series ACBB 2
1964-65 second series Unavailable
1965-66 second series Unavailable
1966-67 second series Unavailable
1967-68 second series Grenoble/Villard 2
1968-69 second series Grenoble HC
1969-70 second series Unavailable
1970-71 second series Grenoble HC
1971-72 second series Lyon
1972-73 second series A.S. Grenoble
1973-74 Série B Megève
1974-75 Série B Viry-Châtillon
1975-76 Nationale B Tours
1976-77 Nationale B Tours
1977-78 Nationale B Français Volants
1978-79 Nationale B Caen
1979-80 Nationale B Lyon
1980-81 Nationale B Épinal
1981-82 Nationale B Amiens
1982-83 Nationale B Lyon
1983-84 Nationale B Français Volants
1984-85 Nationale B Rouen
1985-86 Nationale 2 Bordeaux
1986-87 Nationale 1B Tours
1987-88 Nationale 1B Viry-Châtillon
1988-89 Nationale 1B Caen
1989-90 Nationale 1B Chamonix
1990-91 Division 1 Viry-Châtillon
1991-92 Division 1 Bordeaux
1992-93 Nationale 2 Angers
1993-94 Nationale 2 Reims
1994-95 Nationale 1B Cherbourg
1995-96 Division 1 Gap
1996-97 Nationale 1B Briançon
1997-98 Nationale 1 Caen
1998-99 Nationale 1 Clermont
1999-00 Nationale 1 Brest
2000-01 Nationale 1 Villard-de-Lans
2001-02 Division 1 Villard-de-Lans
2002-03 Division 1 Épinal
2003-04 Division 1 Morzine
2004-05 Division 1 Mont-Blanc
2005-06 Division 1 Strasbourg
2006-07 Division 1 Tours
2007-08 Division 1 Neuilly-sur-Marne
2008-09 Division 1 Gap
2009-10 Division 1 Caen

See AlsoEdit

List of French Division 1 seasons

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