FCF Juvisy

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FCF Juvisy
Juvisy logo
Full name Football Club Féminin Juvisy-sur-Orge Essonne
Founded 1971
Ground Stade Georges Maquin, Viry-Châtillon
Ground Capacity 2,000
President Marie-Christine Terroni
Manager Pascal Gouzènes
League D1 Féminine
2013–14 3rd, D1 Féminine

Football Club Féminin Juvisy-sur-Orge Essonne is a French football club based in Viry-Châtillon, a suburb of Paris. The club was founded in 1971 and currently play in the Division 1 Féminine, the first division of women's football in France. The club has played in the first division since 1987.[1]

Juvisy was founded in 1971 as the women's football section of local club ES Juvisy, based in Juvisy-sur-Orge. After 14 years, the section split from the club, formed its own club under the name FCF Juvisy, and moved to the commune of Viry-Châtillon. Despite moving from Juvisy-sur-Orge, the women's club retained its name amid financial backing and support from the commune and the General Council of Essonne.[2][3] In the 1991–92 season, Juvisy won its first ever Division 1 Féminine championship. Between the years 1994–2003, the club won four league titles and later won a Challenge de France title in 2005 making Juvisy one of the most successful clubs in women's French football. Juvisy was a regular participant in the UEFA Women's Cup and, in the 2010–11 season, will be making its first appearance in the re-branded UEFA Women's Champions League.

The club is managed by Sandrine Mathivet and captained by French international Sandrine Soubeyrand. Soubeyrand is the all-time leader in caps by a French international and has made more than 200 appearances for Juvisy. One of the club's other notable players include Marinette Pichon. Pichon is the women's national team all-time leading goalscorer.[1]

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 23 August 2014

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 France GK Céline Deville
2 France DF Nelly Guilbert
3 France MF Gwenaëlle Butel
4 France MF Aissatou Tounkara
5 France MF Aude Moreau
7 France FW Sandrine Brétigny
8 France MF Inès Jaurena
9 France FW Lilas Traïkia
10 France DF Anaïg Butel
11 France FW Julie Machart
12 France MF Andréa Compper Banguillot
14 France FW Kadidiatou Diani
No. Position Player
15 France MF Nadia Benmokhtar
16 France GK Romane Bruneau
17 France FW Gaëtane Thiney
18 France MF Marine Coudon
19 France MF Théa Greboval
20 France MF Laurie Teinturier
21 France DF Amélie Coquet
22 Belgium MF Janice Cayman
23 France DF Sandrine Dusang
27 France DF Julie Soyer
28 France FW Camille Catala
29 France DF Laure Lepailleur

Former notable players[edit]

Honours[edit]

Titles[edit]

Winners (6):1991–92, 1993–94, 1995–96, 1996–97, 2002–03, 2005–06
Winners (1): 2005

National competition record[edit]

Season Division Place Coupe de France Top scorer/s
1980–81 2 (Gr. A) 0?
1981–82 2 (Gr. A) 0?
1982–83 1 (Gr. C) 03rd
1983–84 1 (Gr. C) 02nd
1984–85 1 (Gr. C) 05th
1985–86 1 02nd
1986–87 1 (Gr. F) 04th
1987–88 1 (Gr. A) 04th
1988–89 1 (Gr. A) 03rd
1989–90 1 03rd
1990–91 1 03rd
1991–92 1 01st
1992–93 1 02nd
1993–94 1 01st
1994–95 1 03rd
1995–96 1 01st
1996–97 1 01st
1997–98 1 02nd
1998–99 1 03rd
1999–00 1 02nd
2000–01 1 02nd
2001–02 1 02nd Semifinals
2002–03 1 01st Semifinals (16) Mugneret, Provost, Tonazzi
2003–04 1 03rd Quarterfinals (14) Tonazzi
2004–05 1 02nd Champion (38) Pichon
2005–06 1 01st Semifinals (36) Pichon
2006–07 1 03rd Round of 16 (16) Tonazzi
2007–08 1 02nd Semifinals (22) Tonazzi
2008–09 1 03rd Semifinals (15) Tonazzi
2009–10 1 02nd Semifinals (12) Tonazzi
2010–11 1 04th Semifinals (20) Tonazzi
2011–12 1 02nd Round of 16 (14) Thiney
2012–13 1 03rd Round of 16 (13) Thiney
2013-14 1 03rd Semifinals (25) Thiney

UEFA competition record[edit]

Season Competition Stage Result Opponent Scorers
2003–04 Women's Cup Group stage 6–1 Republic of Ireland University College Dublin Bourdille 2, Perraudeau 2, Tonazzi 2
3–0 Poland AZS Wroclaw Soubeyrand 2, Guilbert
1–2 Norway Kolbotn Perraudeau
2006–07 Women's Cup Qualifying stage 6–0 Faroe Islands KÍ Klaksvík Pichon 2, Butel, Lacroix, Moresco, Tonazzi
0–1 Spain Espanyol
6–0 Scotland Hibernian Tonazzi 3, Pichon 2, Lacroix
2010–11 Champions League Qualifying stage 5–1 Romania Târgu Mureş Tonazzi 3, Lebailly, Trimoreau
12–0 Estonia Levadia Tallinn Machart 4, Lebailly 2, Pourtalet 2, Bourdille, Fernandes, Soubeyrand, Thiney
3–3 Iceland Breiðablik Bourdille, Coquet, Machart
Round of 32 3–0 6–0 Iceland Breiðablik Machart 3, Thiney 2, Tonazzi 2, Coquet, Soubeyrand
Round of 16 2–1 2–2 Italy Torres Tonazzi 3, Coquet
Quarterfinals 0–3 2–6 Germany Turbine Potsdam Thiney, Tonazzi
2012–13 Champions League Round of 32 1–1 1–0 Switzerland Zürich Thiney 2
Round of 16 0–0 2–1 Norway Stabæk Cayman, Soubeyrand
Quarterfinals 1-0 1-3 Sweden Kopparbergs/Göteborg Machart, Catala 2, Cayman
Semifinals 3-0 1-6 France Lyon Diani

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Historique". FCF Juvisy (Football Club Feminin de Juvisy sur Orge). Retrieved 12 July 2010. 
  2. ^ "Les joueuses de Juvisy veulent leur revanche". Conseil général de l'Essonne (Essonne.fr). 11 February 2010. Retrieved 11 October 2011. 
  3. ^ "Football Club Feminin de Juvisy". FCF Juvisy. Football Club Feminin de Juvisy sur Orge. Retrieved 12 July 2010. 

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