French women's football giant Lyon will be declared league champion for the 2019-20 campaign, collecting the title for the 14th consecutive year after the season was ended by the coronavirus pandemic.
The decision was confirmed to AFP by a source close to talks held Monday by the French football federation as well as a source at Lyon, backing up an earlier report from RMC Sport.
Lyon, winner of the past four Women's Champions League finals, has claimed the French title every year since 2007.
The women's top flight in France was halted in mid-March when Lyon held a three-point lead over Paris Saint-Germain.
Last month, French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe announced that professional sport could not return until September.
The men's Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 divisions were ended, with PSG named the top-flight champions.
Lyon and PSG will likely represent France next season in the Women's Champions League.
Both clubs made it through to the quarter-finals of this season's competition. Lyon is due to play Bayern Munich while PSG will face Arsenal if UEFA is able to reschedule the latter stages of the knockout rounds.
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