At La Meinau to start; at Groupama Stadium to finish
Strasbourg will be hosting another match on the first day of the season. Olympique Lyonnais will make the trip to Alsace on the weekend of 13 August. Our Blue&White will make the reverse trip to close out the season on the weekend of 18 May for the 34th and final matchday.
A summer with a southern accent
The first five matchdays will be mainly devoted to teams based in the south of France: after a trip to Monaco on Matchday 2, Strasbourg will play Toulouse (Matchday 3), Nice (Matchday 4) and Montpellier (Matchday 5).
Dates to look forward to
This season sees the return of the derby against FC Metz. The first leg will be played on the weekend of 24 September (Matchday 6) at Saint-Symphorien. The return leg is scheduled for the weekend of 11 May (matchday 33) at La Meinau. As well as the derby, the 2nd big expectation is the match against PSG. Strasbourg will travel to Paris on the weekend of 22 October for Matchday 9, and will host the reigning champions on Matchday 20 on the weekend of 4 February. Lens will be hosted on the first weekend of October, with the return leg at Bollaert-Delelis on the weekend of 11 February. Strasbourg-Marseille is scheduled for the weekend of 26 November.
Goodbye 2023, hello 2024
The final match of the calendar year will be played at home against LOSC on Wednesday 20 December, just a few days before the festive season and just over a two-week break before the French Cup resumes on 7 January. The league resumes on the weekend of 14 January with a trip to Marseille.