Mulhouse won their second title as the women’s champions of France.
For the 3rd time in a row, the club from the Alsace region won the regular season in the Ligue A but this time, it brought them the championship trophy. In 2018/19, they were shockingly eliminated in the first round of the playoffs by Marcq-en-Barœul, while last season, the competition was interrupted because of the Covid-19 pandemic. This season, the Ligue A decided there will be no playoffs. Mulhouse ended the campaign with 27 victories in 28 matches, securing the title 3 rounds before the end of the season, on April 10, doing it against the team who was deserved for their only defeat in the season and who finished as vice-champions, Béziers.
Mulhouse’s dominance in Ligue A is best shown by the difference they made in the charts compared to Béziers, which is 14 points. Mulhouse are unbeaten in domestic competitions since December 9, 2020, making a 21-game winning streak which can be extended the next weekend in the semifinals of the national cup.
Mulhouse played their last match in the championship last night. In Round 30, they beat Istres by a 3-0 (25-13, 25-21, 25-21), with 20 points of Cameroonian Laetitia Moma-Bassoko, and received the trophy at their home ground.
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