2022-23 French Ligue 1 Title Odds: PSG Domination to Continue

Paris Saint-Germain wrestled the title back last season and open as heavy Ligue 1 odds favorites ahead of 2022-23. Check out the full odds to win Ligue 1, and PSG's closest competitors for the French title, below.

Last Updated: Aug 10, 2022 1:51 PM ET Read Time: 3 min
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Lille's title defense was largely nonexistent last season, as the defending French champions finished 10th and 31 points back of the title.

In that sense, it was a return t the norm for the French league, with Paris Saint-Germain heavy Ligue 1 odds favorites all season until securing the title. The 2021-22 title was PSG's eighth of the past decade and an early look at the odds to win Ligue 1 in 2022-23 suggests the French heavyweight will make it consecutive crowns. 

Here's an early look at the full Ligue 1 odds. 

Ligue 1 title odds

Team Odds to win Ligue 1
Paris Saint-Germain -900
Lyon +1,600
Marseille +2,000
Monaco +2,500
Rennes +4,000
Lille +6,600
Nice +8,000
Lens +15,000
Strasbourg +15,000
Nantes +25,000
AC Ajaccio +100,000
Angers +100,000
Auxerre +100,000
Brest +100,000
Montpellier +100,000
Reims +100,000
Toulouse +100,000
Clermont Foot +200,000
Lorient +200,000
Troyes +200,000

Odds courtesy of bet365 on August 10, 2022.

Favorite to win the French Ligue 1 Championship 

Paris Saint-Germain (-900)

PSG ran away with Ligue 1 last season and secured the title with a month to spare. Their title defense received a huge boost before the previous season ended, as Kylian Mbappe surprisingly renewed with PSG for three more years. 

Lyon (+1,600)

Despite an eighth-place finish last year, Lyon are second on the odds board at +1,600. After a long Europa League campaign and losing Brazilian midfielder Bruno Guimaraes in January, the club may be expected to rebound, but further exits could be ahead with No. 10 Lucas Paqueta the subject of transfer rumors. 

Marseille (+2,000)

PSG's rivals finished as the runner-up last season — but 15 points back of the champions. Marseille have already lost a key player in midfielder Boubacar Kamara but as always, they'll go as the ageless Dimitri Payet goes. The winger totaled 22 goals + assists a year ago and will again power Marseille as they attempt to challenge the giants of Ligue 1.

Past Ligue 1 Champions

Year Champion Runner-Up
2022 Paris Saint-Germain Marseille
2021 Lille Paris Saint-Germain
2020 Paris Saint-Germain* Marseille
2019 Paris Saint-Germain Lille
2018 Paris Saint-Germain Monaco
2017 Monaco Paris Saint-Germain
2016 Paris Saint-Germain Lyon
2015 Paris Saint-Germain Lyon
2014 Paris Saint-Germain Monaco
2013 Paris Saint-Germain Marseille

*The 2019-20 season was shortened due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Understanding Ligue 1 betting odds

Ligue 1 futures odds are constantly adjusted throughout the offseason due to player transfers and injuries. Once the season begins, title odds will change as teams win and lose games and as more players get hurt or suspended. Sportsbooks will also adjust Ligue 1 odds based on handle and liability to certain teams.

French soccer odds will usually look like this:

  • Marseille +715

This means that on a $100 bet, you'll stand to win $715 if Marseille wins the Ligue 1 Championship. If it's close to the end of the competition (or in the case of a massive early-season favorite) you might see a team with a minus sign (-) ahead of its odds. 

  • Paris Saint-Germain -717

This means that you would need to bet $717 to win just $100 on a PSG championship.

Above we have posted the American odds for Ligue 1. However, these are easy to convert to decimal odds or fractional odds with our odds converter tool.

Ligue 1 Championship Odds FAQ

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