While PSG was armed to dethrone Lyonnaises this season, the coronavirus crisis finally ended the dreams of the Parisian women.
With the end of the championships decided by the French Football Federation, the classification of the D1 Arkema has just been entered.
Only three points behind, with a PSG-Lyon who was decisive to play, like a championship ffinal coach Olivier Echouafni and her team saw the title of Champion slip out of their hands and be awarded to European champions Olympique Lyonnais for the 14th time.
PSG can however console themselves with a direct qualification for the Champions League next season for placing second on the league log.
Despite this, the women’s season is not over yet for Marie-Antoinette Katoto’s and her teammates as they are now awaiting a UEFA position statement on the Champions League where PSG will face WSL champions Arsenal in the quarter-finals and must also play in the Cup semi-finals in France facing Bordeaux.
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