PSG have been crowned French champions following a vote to cancel the remainder of the season due to coronavirus.
The French authorities banned all sporting events from taking place in the country until at least September, forcing the football season into an early conclusion.
That saw Ligue 1 chiefs forced to scramble into action to decide how best to end the campaign, with UEFA having all but ended any chance of seasons being voided, with their
declaration that any European qualifiers next year must be decided on “sporting merit”, based on the current campaign.
Last week saw Holland resolve their season, with no champions named – Ajax and AZ Alkmaar were level on
points – and no relegation.
Now Ligue de Football Professionnel has formally announced PSG as Ligue 1 champions for the 2019/20 campaign, despite having 11 games remaining.
PSG will play Champions League football next season alongside Marseille and Rennes, who were placed second and third respectively.
Lille, Reims, and Nice will play in the Europa League.
At the other end Amiens and Toulouse, who were 19th and 20th respectively, have been relegated to Ligue 2.