The 2019-2020 French Championship will start on October 11th, with a big match: Chaumont-Tours, as remake of the last final. Recall that The reigning champions Tours and Chaumont contended the French Cup and Championship final in 2018-2019.
So, the 2019-2020 French Championship will officially open on Friday 11 October, ten days after the European championship final in Paris, with two matches: Nice–Rennes and Tourcoing–Poitiers.
The next day, Saturday 12, will take place two big matches that would probably have deserved to be scheduled a little later in the first leg: the derby between Montpellier and Sète and, above all, the clash between the two best teams of last two years, Chaumont and Tours.
For his return to the Ligue A, Paris will play at home against Nantes-Rezé while Narbonne will receive Ajaccio and Cannes will play against Toulouse.
The regular season will end on March 28, one week before the start of play-offs.
The quarter-finals will take place from 4 to 18 April, the semi-finals from 22 to 29 April, each with best-of-three formula. The final will be played on May 6 and 13.
Soon on our site the complete calendar.