D1 Arkema: a semi-final between the women of Paris-Saint-Germain and Paris FC for the title

Big news this year, the four best women’s teams in the football championship will have to compete in a Final Four to decide between them! Paris-Saint-Germain faces Paris FC in the semi-final, on May 11, 2024, at the Parc des Princes!

The end of the season women’s football championship will not be like the others, because this year, the best teams will be decided during a Final 4, a great first! And the first poster of these semi-finals exceptional is announced: the Paris Saint Germain will face the Paris FCin a derby for the title, the May 11, 2024in the heart of the Parc des Princes, at 9 p.m.

After a victory in the Coupe de France against Fleury, but a defeat in the Champions League against Olympique Lyonnais, who are the big losers of this new format for the 2023-2024 season. With more than 60 points on the clock, the Lyonnaises are leading the championship and should normally win it. But with these new play-offs, nothing has been done yet! If their opponent is not yet known since the regular season ends on May 8 with the 22nd day, they could find themselves against Fleury 91 or Stade de Reims, in fourth position.

These semi-finals are direct eliminationand we will have to wait until May 17, 2024 for the finale and the small finale, in order to know the new winning team of the championship. The two finalists and the winner of the small final will qualify for the next edition of the Women’s Champions League.

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