NATIONAL DIVISION: 2018-19
Formed from a merger of Red Boys and AS in 2003 and regular competitors in Europe. Signed ex-France winger Florent Malouda in January before the 38-year-old retired this summer.
Won the second-tier Division of Honneur last season to return to the top flight, where they were runnersup in 2007.
Reigning champions and the Duchy’s richest club, they have won 11 league titles in the last 14 seasons.
Won their first title for 83 years in 2013 and repeated the feat in 2015. Mauro Mariani replaced Gerard Lopez as president last year after the latter bought French side Lille, and Jeff Strasser returned as coach this August.
Promoted to the National Division in 2011 and known as “the team from the forest”. The club has a strong youth set-up.
The country’s best supported side and winner of a record 28 titles.
South-eastern club run by the father and brother of Jeff Strasser.
Runners-up last season, they knocked Scottish side Rangers out of last term’s Europa League qualifiers.
Luxembourg City’s main club were formed in 2005 from a merger of Spora, Union and CS Alliance. The club has a big youth academy but few fans.
RM Hamm Benfica
Formed in 2004, when FC Hamm 37 and RM 86 Luxembourg merged then amalgamated with Luxembourg Benfica.
Twice domestic cup winners, they returned to the top flight this season as second division runners-up.
Based in central Luxembourg and date back to 1922 but have had little success.
Union titus Petange
Formed from a merger in 2015 between CS and Titus Lamaldelaine. Their coach is former Jose Mourinho assistant, Baltemar Brito.
Founded in 1928, they are based in a small village and rely heavily on players from neighbouring Germany.