The three AS Monaco stars were selected in a side that also includes three players from PSG, two from Olympique Lyonnais, two from Saint-Etienne and one from Olympique de Marseille. Check out the full line-up below, together with the comments published on the website at UEFA.com.
LIGUE 1 TEAM OF THE SEASON 2014-2015 (UEFA)
RUFFIER (ASSE) - JALLET (OL) - KURZAWA - PERRIN (ASSE) - ABDENNOUR - MATUIDI (PSG) - FEKIR (OL) - PASTORE (PSG) - CARRASCO - CAVANI (PSG) - GIGNAC (OM)
Central defender: Aymen Abdennour
It's true that our editorial team has seen plenty of him in the Champions League, where he played very well indeed. Injured for a spell, the "Eagle of Carthage" spread his wings in early 2015 to make Monaco an impregnable fortress, at home and away.
Left-back: Layvin Kurzawa
Having made his full international debut this season after a few ups and downs with the U21s, Kurzawa is a big hope for the future of French football. He is already a dominant force in Ligue 1 at the age of just 22.
Right-wing: Yannick Carrasco
The young Belgian blazed new ground this season as Monaco made it to the quarter-final stage in Europe. With his dribbling, flying runs and ability to find space, he provided a cutting edge for a Monegasque side frequently described as too defensive.