Nadim and Bruun are champions: Breaking 14 years of Lyon dominance

Copenhagen. After 14 years as ruler of French women’s football, Lyon have been ousted from the throne.

On Friday night, Paris Saint-Germain won the last match of the season 3-0 over Dijon and can therefore celebrate the French championship.

It is the first time in the club’s history that the championship comes in house.

The Danish national team profile Nadia Nadim started on the turf and played a big role in the first goal.

Former Fortuna Hjørring player Signe Bruun was out with a concussion in the season’s final match, but has contributed in virtually all matches this season.

Lyon also won on Friday, but PSG were ahead by one point before the final round and thus had the championship in their own hands.

After just eight minutes, Nadia Nadim grabbed the ball in the box and tried a finish, but it hit an opponent on the arm, and then PSG got a penalty kick.

German Sara Däbritz scored on that, and then PSG were on a championship course.

In the second half, captain Irene Paredes and Jordyn Huitema lightning, thus consolidating PSG’s victory, and then it did not matter so much that Lyon at home smashed Fleury with 8-0.

We have to go all the way back to 2006 to find a French champion who was not Lyon. At the time, it was FCF Juvisy who won the championship.

/ ritzau /

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