Le Championnat de France de football National 2010-2011 a vu la victoire du SC Bastia. C'est le niveau le plus élevé auquel peuvent participer les équipes amateurs. Le championnat oppose cette saison 21 clubs, dont 4 professionnels et 17 semi-professionnels, en une série de 420 rencontres réparties sur 42 journées. Finalement, seuls 412 matches ont lieu suite au forfait du FC Gueugnon.↑ « Le classement du Challenge du Meilleur Joueur », sur fff.fr

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  • Le Championnat de France de football National 2010-2011 a vu la victoire du SC Bastia. C'est le niveau le plus élevé auquel peuvent participer les équipes amateurs. Le championnat oppose cette saison 21 clubs, dont 4 professionnels et 17 semi-professionnels, en une série de 420 rencontres réparties sur 42 journées. Finalement, seuls 412 matches ont lieu suite au forfait du FC Gueugnon.
  • The 2010–11 Championnat National season was the 13th since its establishment. Évian were the defending champions. The fixtures were announced in 5 July 2010 and the season began on 6 August and ended on 27 May 2011. The winter break was in effect between 22 December and 11 January 2011. There were four promoted teams from the Championnat de France amateur, replacing the four teams that were relegated from the Championnat National following the 2009–10 season. A total of 21 teams currently competes in the league with five clubs suffering relegation to the fourth division, the Championnat de France amateur. All clubs that secured league status for the season were subject to approval by the DNCG before becoming eligible to participate.On 22 April 2011, Bastia became the first club to achieve promotion to Ligue 2 following the club's 1–1 draw with Fréjus Saint-Raphaël. Coupled with fourth-place Strasbourg's draw with Luzenac on the same day, the results made it mathematically impossible for the Alsatians to catch Bastia in the standings. Two weeks later, following a 2–1 win over Créteil and a 1–1 draw between second-place Amiens and Cannes, Bastia were declared champions of the Championnat National. On 13 May, Amiens became the second club to achieve promotion to Ligue 2 after defeating third-place rivals Guingamp 3–1. Guingamp later achieved promotion on the final day of the season after defeating Rouen 3–1.On 9 April 2011, Gueugnon were forced by a commercial tribunal of the commune of Mâcon to enter liquidation as a result of the club's debts and its repeated delays of paying its players. As a result of the ruling, the French Football Federation forfeited Gueugnon's remaining matches in the league giving 3–0 victories to the opposition, which resulted in the club's automatic relegation. On 26 April, Alfortville became the second club to suffer relegation to the Championnat de France amateur following its 2–0 loss away to Niort. On the final day of the season, Plabennec, Rodez, and Bayonne were relegated to the Championnat de France amateur.
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  • Le Championnat de France de football National 2010-2011 a vu la victoire du SC Bastia. C'est le niveau le plus élevé auquel peuvent participer les équipes amateurs. Le championnat oppose cette saison 21 clubs, dont 4 professionnels et 17 semi-professionnels, en une série de 420 rencontres réparties sur 42 journées. Finalement, seuls 412 matches ont lieu suite au forfait du FC Gueugnon.↑ « Le classement du Challenge du Meilleur Joueur », sur fff.fr
  • The 2010–11 Championnat National season was the 13th since its establishment. Évian were the defending champions. The fixtures were announced in 5 July 2010 and the season began on 6 August and ended on 27 May 2011. The winter break was in effect between 22 December and 11 January 2011. There were four promoted teams from the Championnat de France amateur, replacing the four teams that were relegated from the Championnat National following the 2009–10 season.
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