The 1971–72 season was French football club Paris Saint-Germain's 1st professional season and their 1st season in the top-flight of French football, the Ligue 1. PSG was managed by Pierre Phelipon - in his second season since replacing Roger Quenolle. Despite harsh relations between Parisians and Sangermanois, Phelipon managed to make the club attain top-tier status by winning the Division 2. He quit at the end of the season. The club was chaired by Guy Créscent until Henri Patrelle took over.

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