List of Paris Saint-Germain F.C. players

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This is a list of footballers that played or are playing for Paris Saint-Germain F.C. in French and European football, from 1970 to the most recent completed season. It details the player's record and statistics in major competitions during their time at the club. France captain Jean Djorkaeff joined Paris Saint-Germain in 1970. He became the first licensed professional player and first captain of the club. Thiago Silva is the current captain of PSG. Pauleta is the club's all-time top scorer with 110 goals. PSG.fr chose "The Eagle of Azores" as the best player in the club's history.[1] Not even the Portuguese striker could match Carlos Bianchi's feat. "El Goleador" spent two seasons at the capital and recorded 71 goals in 80 appearances with two awards for top scorer of the Ligue 1. Mustapha Dahleb is the capital's top scorer in the league with 85 strikes. PSG's success in front of goal was in great part thanks to the emblematic Safet Sušić. The Yugoslav international scored 85 goals and made a record 61 assists. France Football chose Sušić as the best player in the club's history.[2] Jean-Marc Pilorget became the club's all-time most capped player with 435 matches. George Weah is the club's all-time top scorer in European competitions with 16 goals. "Mister George" is also the first and last PSG player to won the Ballon d'Or and the FIFA World Player of the Year. Edinson Cavani and Ronaldinho have the honor of being the club's most expensive transactions. Edinson Cavani, has the current honour of being PSG's most expensive signing, commanding a fee of €63m in the summer of 2013.[3] Ronaldinho's €32 million transfer to Barcelona remains the capital's highest sale to date.[4] The most successful players are Alain Roche and Paul Le Guen with nine major trophies won.

Notable players[edit]

Player Matches
 France Jean-Marc Pilorget 435
 France Sylvain Armand 380
 Bosnia and Herzegovina Safet Sušić 343
 France Paul Le Guen 343
 France Bernard Lama 315
Player  Goals 
 Portugal Pauleta 110
 France Dominique Rocheteau  100
 Algeria Mustapha Dahleb 98
 Republic of the Congo François M'Pelé 97
 Bosnia and Herzegovina Safet Sušić 96
 Sweden Zlatan Ibrahimović 75
 Brazil Raí 72

Jean Djorkaeff, captain of France, joined Paris Saint-Germain in June 1970. He became the first licensed professional player and first captain of the club. Djorkaeff made 16 appearances for France during his time at PSG. "Tchouki" showed his reticence to the split between the Parisians and the Sangermanois in May 1972: "It was good in Saint-Germain, we felt at home ... When we became Paris FC, we felt as lost children."[5] Under President Daniel Hechter, Paris SG shocked everyone in France, paying Sedan a record 1.3m francs for Algerian star Mustapha Dahleb in 1974. With 85 goals in the Ligue 1, he became the club's top scorer in the championship and third top scorer in all competitions with 98 goals. "Moumous" formed a formidable striking partnership alongside French midfielder Jean-Pierre Dogliani and Congolese striker François M'Pelé, who scored 97 goals in all competitions. Dogliani, who wanted to achieve success under coach Just Fontaine, partially financed his transfer in 1973. The arrival of Carlos Bianchi during the 1977-78 season set a new standard at the club. "El Goleador" spent two seasons at the capital, recording 71 goals in 80 appearances with two awards for top scorer of the Ligue 1.

Most of the club's stars were also key players with France under President Francis Borelli. Dominique Baratelli and Joël Bats were France's goalkeepers. Luis Fernández left after the guiding PSG to their first league title in 1986 and was recruited by city rivals RCF Paris. Dominique Bathenay joined the club in 1978 and became the leader of the defense and captain of the team until 1985. The club successfully signed "Green Angel" Dominique Rocheteau in 1980, the best striker in France at the time. He scored 100 goals with PSG's jersey and became the club's all-time top scorer. Although his international career was shattered by an accident which nearly cost him his life, Jean-Marc Pilorget played 435 matches and became the club's all-time most capped player.[6] Safet Sušić was the most emblematic foreign player at the time. PSG's success in front of goal was in great part thanks to him. The Yugoslav international scored 85 goals and made a record 61 assists PSG between 1982 and 1991. France Football chose Sušić as the best player in the capital's history.[2] Yugoslav international Ivica Šurjak was also an important player in the squad thanks in part to his two assists during the 1982 French Cup Final.

Pauleta, PSG's all-time top scorer.

Many leading players signed for Paris Saint-Germain with the arrival of Canal +: David Ginola, Raí, Youri Djorkaeff, Leonardo and Marco Simone were recruited, joining key players Daniel Bravo and Antoine Kombouaré. Joël Bats was replaced by Bernard Lama in 1992, who was on the verge of becoming the goalkeeper of France. Other arrivals included French internationals Alain Roche and Paul Le Guen. The duo became PSG's most successful players with nine major trophies won: one League, three French Cups, two League Cups, two Champions Trophies and one Cup Winners' Cup. Almost all of these players formed the base of the squad until 1998. But perhaps the greatest talent of all was prolific Liberian marksman George Weah, who followed in the footsteps of PSG's many fine strikers by firing 55 goals in 138 games. These included 16 goals in Europe which helped Weah became the club's all-time top scorer in European competitions. "Mister George" would eventually be the first and last PSG player to won the Ballon d'Or and the FIFA World Player of the Year.

Paris Saint-Germain splashed $24 million on Jay-Jay Okocha in 1998, making him the most expensive African player at the time.[7] "El Puma" Nicolas Anelka's €33.5 million deal from Real Madrid became PSG's highest signing.[8] Ronaldinho became the star of the capital club and a fan favourite. He formed a lethal partnership up front with Jay-Jay Okocha, but the magical duo couldn't achieve any major titles. Okocha left PSG on a free transfer and joined Bolton Wanderers.[7] A year later, Ronaldinho declared he wanted to leave the club after the capital club failed to qualify for any European competition and signed for Barcelona. The €32 million transfer remains the capital's highest sale to date.[4] Gabriel Heinze moved to Paris Saint-Germain and formed a formidable defensive partnership with on-loan Juan Pablo Sorín. Shortly after both Heinze and Sorín left for Manchester United and Cruzeiro, respectively.[9] Pauleta, bought from Bordeaux for €12m, led Paris to their first silverware in six years by scoring the only goal of the 2004 French Cup Final against Châteauroux and scored 18 goals in 37 games, as PSG finished league runners-up.[10] Pauleta scored his first hat-trick for Paris Saint-Germain against former club Bordeaux in 2006. Later that season, Pauleta helped "Les Parisiens" clinch the 2006 French Cup against arch-rivals Olympique de Marseille. As PSG faced relegation until the very last matchday of the 2007–08 season, eventually reaching safety at 16th, Pauleta, who scored 110 goals for Paris Saint-Germain, retired as the club's all-time top scorer with two awards for top scorer of the Ligue 1. Pauleta played his farewell match at the Parc des Princes, playing one half each with a team of friends and PSG - former and current - players.[11] PSG.fr chose Pauleta as the best player in PSG's history.[1] Paris Saint-Germain broke the Ligue 1 transfer record in completing the signing of Javier Pastore from Italian club Palermo for €42m in 2011. The move surpassed the €33.5m PSG paid Real Madrid for Nicolas Anelka in 2000, the previous Ligue 1 record.[12]

All-time players[edit]

Club captains who have won a major senior competition
* Club record holder
¤ Played their full career at Paris Saint-Germain
For a list of all former and current Paris Saint-Germain players, see Category:Paris Saint-Germain F.C. players.
As of 27 January 2012.[13]

Only Paris Saint-Germain players with at least one appearance in a competitive match with the first team since July 1970. To avoid errors, this information is updated at the end of each season.

A[edit]

Name Position Period Appearances¹ Goals¹ Nationality²
Abel Braga Defender 1979 – 1981 46 10  Brazil
Manuel Abreu Defender 1983 – 1984 13 0  France
Fabrice Abriel Midfielder 1999 – 2001 5 0  France
Adaílton Forward 1998 – 1999 25 4  Brazil
Jean-Pierre Adams Defender 1977 – 1979 43 2  France
Joaquim Agostinho Midfielder 2001 – 2002 10 1  Portugal
Alex Forward 2001 – 2002 28 3  Brazil
Alex Defender 2012 – 50 6  Brazil
Jimmy Algerino Defender 1996 – 2001 176 9  France
Mohamed Ali Messaoud Forward 1976 – 1977 6 1  Algeria
Bernard Allou Midfielder 1994 – 1998 57 5  France
Aloísio Forward 2001 – 2003 78 18  Brazil
Jérôme Alonzo Goalkeeper 2001 – 2008 94 0  France
João Alves Midfielder 1979 – 1980 22 0  Portugal
Christian André Forward 1972 – 1975,
1976 – 1977
76 42  France
André Luiz Midfielder 2002 – 2004 23 2  Brazil
Nicolas Anelka* Forward 1995 – 1997,
2000 – 2002
69 19  France
Jocelyn Angloma Defender 1990 – 1991 39 6  France
Osvaldo Ardiles Midfielder 1982 17 1  Argentina
Alphonse Aréola Goalkeeper 2013 - 2 0  Philippines
Sylvain Armand Defender 2004 - 2013 380 12  France
Loris Arnaud Forward 2007 - 2012 30 4  France
Claude Arribas Midfielder 1971 – 1972 34 2  France
Mikel Arteta Midfielder 2000 – 2002 53 5  Spain
Salah Assad Forward 1983 – 1984 11 1  Algeria
Jean-Hugues Ateba Defender 2004 – 2006 13 0  Cameroon
William Ayache Defender 1986 – 1987 30 0  France

B[edit]

Name Position Period Appearances¹ Goals¹ Nationality²
Thierry Bacconnier Defender 1982 – 1988 96 2  France
Jacky Bade Defender 1973 – 1976 67 0  France
Jean-Michel Badiane Defender 2004 – 2006 15 1  France
Jean-Christophe Bahebeck Forward 2011 – 28 3  France
Pierre Bajoc Defender 1973 – 1974,
1976 – 1980
16 0  France
Souleymane Bamba Defender 2004 – 2006 1 0  Ivory Coast
Albert Baning Midfielder 2006 – 2010 4 0  Cameroon
Dominique Baratelli Goalkeeper 1978 – 1985 281 0  France
Dominique Barberat Midfielder 1975 – 1976 4 1  France
Claude Barrabé Goalkeeper 1986 – 1987 6 0  France
Dominique Bathenay Midfielder 1978 – 1985 273 35  France
Joël Bats Goalkeeper 1985 – 1992 285 0  France
Denis Bauda Defender 1974 – 1977 102 0  France
David Beckham Midfielder 2013 14 0  England
Michel Béhier Defender 1972 – 1973 31 1  France
Djamel Belmadi Midfielder 1995 – 1996 1 0  Algeria
Jean-François Beltramini Forward 1979 – 1981 36 14  France
Selim Benachour Midfielder 2000 – 2005 43 2  Tunisia
Ali Benarbia Midfielder 1999 – 2002 62 2  Algeria
Kamel Ben Mustapha Forward 1972 – 1973 1 0  Tunisia
Michel Bensoussan Goalkeeper 1974 – 1978 27 0  France
Bernard Béreau Midfielder 1970 – 1974 92 11  France
Daniel Bernard Goalkeeper 1977 – 1978 32 0  France
Dominique Berthaud Midfielder 1975 – 1976 15 0  France
Armando Bianchi Midfielder 1978 – 1980 46 5  Italy
Carlos Bianchi* Forward 1977 – 1979 80 71  Argentina
Pierre Bianconi Defender 1987 – 1988 6 0  France
Michel Bibard Defender 1985 – 1991 181 2  France
Sylvain Bied Goalkeeper 1984 – 1985 1 0  France
Milan Biševac Defender 2011 - 2012 25 1  Serbia
Jules Bocandé Forward 1986 – 1988 40 6  Senegal
Mathieu Bodmer Midfielder 2010 – 91 13  France
Yannick Boli Forward 2007 – 2010 4 1  France
Luc Borrelli Goalkeeper 1993 – 1995 8 0  France
Branko Bošković Midfielder 2003 – 2005 47 5  Serbia
Jean-Pierre Bosser Defender 1989 – 1991 60 0  France
Saar Boubacar Forward 1979 – 1983 113 30  Senegal
Grégory Bourillon Defender 2007 – 2010 55 0  France
Jean-Claude Bras Forward 1970 – 1972 56 21  France
Daniel Bravo Midfielder 1989 – 1996 275 26  France
François Brisson Midfielder 1975 – 1979,
1980 – 1981
86 7  France
Gilles Brisson Defender 1977 – 1978 8 0  France
Jean-Louis Brost Forward 1970 – 1974 89 19  France
Carlos Bueno Forward 2005 – 2006 16 2  Uruguay
Bernard Bureau Forward 1978 – 1981 45 11  France

C[edit]

Name Position Period Appearances¹ Goals¹ Nationality²
Yohan Cabaye Midfielder 2014 –  France
François Calderaro Forward 1992 – 1994 37 7  France
Gabriel Calderon Midfielder 1987 – 1990 113 23  Argentina
Roméo Calenda Midfielder 1993 – 1994,
1996 – 1997
5 0  France
Zoumana Camara Defender 2007 – 203 6  France
Joel Camargo Defender 1971 – 1972 2 0  Brazil
Fernando Campos Midfielder 1988 – 1989 2 0  Portugal
Lorik Cana Midfielder 2002 – 2005 81 2  Albania
Martin Cardetti Forward 2002 – 2003 26 8  Argentina
Louis Cardiet Defender 1973 – 1976 86 1  France
Gilles Cardinet Forward 1979 – 1980,
1984 – 1985
16 1  France
Bernard Caron Defender 1979 – 1980 7 0  France
Bruno Carotti Defender 1998 – 2000 26 0  France
Thierry Carré Forward 1970 – 1971 7 0  France
Dominique Casagrande Goalkeeper 1998 – 2001 23 0  France
Benoît Cauet Midfielder 1996 – 1997 48 6  France
Edinson Cavani Forward 2013 –  Uruguay
Ceará Defender 2007 - 2012 197 3  Brazil
Gérard Cenzato Defender 1974 – 1977 28 0  France
César Defender 1999 – 2000 12 1  Brazil
Clément Chantôme Midfielder 2006 – 237 9  France
Jean-François Charbonnier Midfielder 1984 – 1986,
1987 – 1991
151 15  France
Camille Choquier Goalkeeper 1970 – 1974 95 0  France
Christian Forward 1999 – 2001 71 28  Brazil
Aliou Cissé Defender 1998 – 2002 61 2  Senegal
Édouard Cissé Midfielder 1997 – 1998,
1999 – 2002,
2004 – 2007
259 9  France
Jérémy Clément Midfielder 2006 – 2011 192 6  France
Joël Cloarec Forward 1992 – 1993 1 0  France
José Cobos Defender 1993 – 1997 110 1  France
Humberto Coelho Defender 1975 – 1977 48 8  Portugal
Philippe Col Defender 1978 – 1983 118 1  France
Patrick Colleter Defender 1991 – 1996 214 1  France
Kingsley Coman Midfielder 2013 1 0  France
Antoine Conte Defender 2013 1 0  France
Charles-Édouard Coridon Midfielder 2004 – 2005 29 1  France
Grégory Coupet Goalkeeper 2009 – 2011 41 0  France
Alain Couriol Forward 1983 – 1989 86 9  France
Thierry Coutard Midfielder 1972 – 1973 2 0  France
Cristóbal Defender 2001 – 2003 83 0  Spain
Fernando Cruz Defender 1970 – 1971 27 0  Portugal
Éric Cubilier Defender 2003 – 2004 19 0  France

D[edit]

Name Position Period Appearances¹ Goals¹ Nationality²
Omar da Fonseca Forward 1985 – 1986 25 2  Argentina
Mustapha Dahleb* Forward 1974 – 1984 306 98  Algeria
Stéphane Dalmat Midfielder 2000 – 2001 26 1  France
James Debbah Forward 1997 – 1998 15 1  Liberia
Marcel De Falco Forward 1983 – 1984 4 1  France
Philippe Dehouck Midfielder 1987 – 1988 4 0  France
Frédéric Déhu Defender 2000 – 2004 167 8  France
Guy Delhumeau Goalkeeper 1971 – 1972 31 0  France
Jean Deloffre Midfielder 1973 – 1975 57 4  France
Dominique Delplanque Midfielder 1970 – 1971 2 1  France
Enrique de Lucas Midfielder 2001 5 0  Spain
Julio Dely Valdés Forward 1995 – 1997 84 29  Panama
Jantzen Derrick Midfielder 1971 – 1972 3 0  England
Jean-Pierre Destrumelle Midfielder 1970 – 1972 36 1  France
Vikash Dhorasoo Midfielder 2005 – 2006 43 1  France
Amara Diané Forward 2006 – 2008 81 21  Ivory Coast
Kaba Diawara Forward 1999 – 2001,
2003 – 2004
20 2  Guinea
Oumar Dieng Defender 1994 – 1996 53 1  France
Didier Digard Midfielder 2007 – 2008 19 0  France
Sylvain Distin Defender 2000 – 2002 45 0  France
Franck Dja Djedje Forward 2003 – 2004,
2005 – 2006
5 0  France
Jean Djorkaeff Defender 1970 – 1972 68 7  France
Youri Djorkaeff Forward 1995 – 1996 47 20  France
Jean-Pierre Dogliani Midfielder 1973 – 1976 100 25  France
Raymond Domenech Defender 1981 – 1982 22 1  France
Didier Domi Defender 1994 – 1999,
2000 – 2003
115 1  France
Pierre-Antoine Dossevi Forward 1975 – 1976 2 1  Togo
Othniel Dossevi Forward 1972 – 1975 48 17  Togo
Nicolas Douchez Goalkeeper 2011 – 20 0  France
Jean-François Douis Defender 1978 – 1979 12 0  France
Boukary Dramé Defender 2005 – 2007 37 0  Senegal
Pierre Dréossi Defender 1988 – 1989 21 0  France
Pierre Ducrocq Midfielder 1997 – 2002 150 3  France
Bernard Dumot Midfielder 1972 – 1976 35 4  France
Richard Dutruel Goalkeeper 1991 – 1992,
1995 – 1996
14 0  France

E[edit]

Name Position Period Appearances¹ Goals¹ Nationality²
Apoula Edel Goalkeeper 2008 – 2011 71 0  Armenia
Edmilson Midfielder 1997 – 1998 18 0  Brazil
Talal El Karkouri Defender 1999 – 2004 113 2  Morocco
Mevlüt Erdinç Forward 2009 – 2012 110 30  Turkey
Éverton Santos Forward 2008 3 0  Brazil

F[edit]

Name Position Period Appearances¹ Goals¹ Nationality²
Jean-Claude Fernandes Defender 1993 – 1994 1 0  France
Luis Fernández Midfielder 1978 – 1986 273 39  France
Vincent Fernandez Goalkeeper 1996 – 1998 26 0  France
Fabrice Fiorèse Forward 2001 – 2005 102 20  France
Jean-Claude Fitte-Duval Defender 1970 – 1971 25 0  France
Louis Floch Forward 1974 – 1976 48 13  France
Laurent Fournier Midfielder 1991 – 1994,
1995 – 1998
252 18  France
Pierre-Alain Frau Midfielder 2006 – 2008 36 6  France

G[edit]

Name Position Period Appearances¹ Goals¹ Nationality²
Marcelo Gallardo Midfielder 2007 – 2008 28 2  Argentina
Kévin Gameiro Forward 2011 – 77 23  France
Antoine Garceran Defender 1979 – 1981 38 0  France
Alain Garillière Midfielder 1970 – 1971 1 0  France
Franck Gava Midfielder 1997 – 1998 46 4  France
Geraldão Defender 1991 – 1992 29 1  Brazil
Bruno Germain Midfielder 1991 – 1993 50 4  France
Stéphane Gillet Goalkeeper 2001 – 2003 1 0  Luxembourg
David Ginola Forward 1991 – 1995 160 44  France
Jean-Luc Girard Midfielder 1984 – 1985 1 0  France
Ludovic Giuly Midfielder 2008 – 2011 125 19  France
Alain Goma Defender 1998 – 1999 37 0  France
Patrick Grappin Forward 1979 – 1980 1 0  France
Xavier Gravelaine Forward 1993 – 1994,
1995,
1999
48 7  France
Willy Grondin Goalkeeper 2009 – 2010 1 0  France
Vincent Guérin Midfielder 1992 – 1998 253 24  France
Daniel Guicci Defender 1970 – 1972 25 0  France
Bernard Guignedoux Midfielder 1970 – 1972 73 15  France
Yannick Guillochon Defender 1982 – 1985 77 2  France

H[edit]

Name Position Period Appearances¹ Goals¹ Nationality²
Rudy Haddad Midfielder 2004 – 2006 12 0  France
Vahid Halilhodžić Forward 1986 – 1987 22 9  Yugoslavia
Gérard Hallet Forward 1971 – 1972 34 8  France
Pascal Havet Defender 1984 – 1985 10 0  France
Gabriel Heinze Defender 2001 – 2004 132 8  Argentina
Hélder Midfielder 1998 – 1999 7 0  Portugal
Hélder Defender 2004 – 2005 22 1  Portugal
David Hellebuyck Midfielder 2006 – 2007 20 1  France
Ramón Heredia Defender 1977 – 1979 24 1  Argentina
Bernard Héréson Midfielder 1991 – 1992 8 0  France
Gaël Hiroux Forward 2001 – 2002 7 2  France
Guillaume Hoarau Forward 2008 - 2013 161 56  France
Daniel Horlaville Forward 1971 – 1972 7 0  France
Jean-Noël Huck Midfielder 1979 – 1981 64 2  France

I[edit]

Name Position Period Appearances¹ Goals¹ Nationality²
Vedad Ibišević Forward 2004 – 2005 6 0  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Zlatan Ibrahimovic Forward 2012- 46 35  Sweden

J[edit]

Name Position Period Appearances¹ Goals¹ Nationality²
Robert Jacques Forward 1985 – 1986 28 6  France
Christophe Jallet Defender 2009 – 180 9  France
Gérard Janvion Defender 1983 – 1985 50 0  France
Philippe Jean Defender 1977 – 1979 14 0  France
Philippe Jeannol Defender 1984 – 1991 219 15  France
Lionel Justier Midfielder 1975 – 1978 58 7  France

K[edit]

Name Position Period Appearances¹ Goals¹ Nationality²
Bonaventure Kalou Forward 2005 – 2007 72 18  Ivory Coast
Neeskens Kebano Midfielder 2011 – 9 1  France
Fabrice Kelban Defender 1997 – 1998 3 0  France
Daniel Kenedy Defender 1996 – 1997 39 0  Portugal
Mateja Kežman Forward 2008 – 2010 53 10  Serbia
Kees Kist Forward 1982 – 1983 47 18  Netherlands
Thomas Kokkinis Goalkeeper 1990 – 1991 1 0  France
Antoine Kombouaré Defender 1990 – 1995 137 8  France

L[edit]

Name Position Period Appearances¹ Goals¹ Nationality²
Yann Lachuer Midfielder 1998 – 1999 25 2  France
Alboury Lah Forward 1990 – 1991 6 0  Senegal
Bernard Lama Goalkeeper 1992 – 1997,
1998 – 2000
315 0  France
Bernard Lambert Midfielder 1972 – 1973 6 0  France
Loïck Landre Defender 2011 – 1 0  France
Mickaël Landreau Goalkeeper 2006 – 2009 156 0  France
Christophe Landrin Midfielder 2005 – 2006 29 2  France
Gérard Lanthier Midfielder 1984 – 1985 42 1  France
Jacky Laposte Midfielder 1972 – 1977,
1978 – 1979
175 17  France
Jean-Michel Larqué Midfielder 1977 – 1979 25 0  France
Nicolas Laspalles Defender 1998 – 2000 29 0  France
Thierry Laurey Midfielder 1990 – 1991 8 0  France
Ezequiel Lavezzi Forward 2013 42 11  Argentina
Hugo Leal Midfielder 2001 – 2004 74 3  Portugal
Sylvain Léandri Midfielder 1971 – 1972 15 0  France
Robin Leclerc Midfielder 1972 – 1973,
1974 – 1976
32 3  France
Didier Ledunois Defender 1972 – 1974 17 0  France
Paul Le Guen Midfielder 1991 – 1998 343 24  France
Jean-Claude Lemoult Midfielder 1977 – 1986 264 11  France
Leonardo Midfielder 1996 – 1997 46 10  Brazil
Jean-Louis Léonetti Midfielder 1971 – 1972,
1973 – 1974
81 3  France
Ronan Le Crom Goalkeeper 2012 - 1 0  France
Yvon Le Roux Defender 1989 – 1990 15 1  France
Jérôme Leroy Midfielder 1996 – 1999,
2002 – 2003
162 12  France
Laurent Leroy Forward 1998 – 2003 97 20  France
Lionel Letizi Goalkeeper 2000 – 2006 196 0  France
Danijel Ljuboja Forward 2003 – 2005 56 8  Serbia
Francis Llacer Defender 1989 – 1996,
1997 – 1999,
2001 – 2003
245 4  France
Michel Llodra Midfielder 1973 – 1974 3 0  France
Patrice Loko Forward 1995 – 1999 116 36  France
Dominique Lokoli Defender 1974 – 1979 148 2  France
Claude Lowitz Defender 1985 – 1987 29 0  France
Lucas Moura Forward 2013- 15 0  Brazil
Chiguy Lucau Forward 2002 – 2003 3 0  Democratic Republic of the Congo
Peter Luccin Midfielder 2000 – 2001 38 2  France
Diego Lugano Defender 2011 – 21 1  Uruguay
Zivco Lukic Defender 1970 – 1971 1 0  Yugoslavia
Péguy Luyindula Forward 2006 - 2013 179 37  France

M[edit]

Name Position Period Appearances¹ Goals¹ Nationality²
Larrys Mabiala Defender 2006 – 2009 13 1  Democratic Republic of the Congo
Mickaël Madar Forward 1998 – 2001 46 17  France
Stéphane Mahé Defender 1995 – 1996 33 0  France
Claude Makélélé Midfielder 2008 – 2011 118 1  France
Florian Makhedjouf Midfielder 2010 – 2011 3 0  Algeria
Patrice Marquet Midfielder 1984 – 1985,
1986 – 1989
24 2  France
Didier Martel Forward 1997 – 1998 5 0  France
Éric Martin Midfielder 1986 – 1988 17 1  France
Olivier Martinez Midfielder 1984 – 1985,
1986 – 1988
3 0  France
Blaise Matuidi Midfielder 2011 – 87 9  France
Florian Maurice Forward 1997 – 1998 47 14  France
Jean-Eudes Maurice Forward 2008 – 50 3  Haiti
Maxwell Defender 2012 – 63 3  Brazil
Modeste M'Bami Midfielder 2003 – 2006 101 1  Cameroon
Patrick Mboma Forward 1994 – 1995,
1996 – 1997
24 6  Cameroon
Bernard Mendy Defender 2000 – 2002,
2003 – 2008
249 11  France
Jérémy Ménez Midfielder 2011 – 84 17  France
Franck Mérelle Goalkeeper 1984 – 1985 1 0  France
Roland Mitoraj Defender 1970 – 1972 68 0  France
Mario Mongelli Forward 1978 – 1979 1 0  France
Monteiro Forward 1973 – 1974 9 5  Brazil
Bernard Moraly Midfielder 1975 – 1978 21 0  France
Fabrice Moreau Midfielder 1984 – 1987,
1988 – 1989
3 0  Cameroon
Thierry Morin Defender 1975 – 1986 174 1  France
Thiago Motta Midfielder 2012 31 3  Italy
Jean-Michel Moutier Goalkeeper 1984 – 1987 38 0  France
François M'Pelé Forward 1973 – 1979 217 95  Republic of the Congo
Youssuf Mulumbu Midfielder 2006 – 2009 22 0  France
Edwin Murati Midfielder 1997 – 1998,
1999 – 2000
24 1  Albania
Jean-Yves M'voto Defender 2005 – 2008 41 0  France

N[edit]

Name Position Period Appearances¹ Goals¹ Nationality²
David N'Gog Forward 2006 – 2008 25 3  France
Michel N'Gom Attaquant 1981 – 1984 90 26  France
Bruno N'Gotty Defender 1995 – 1998 112 10  France
Granddi Ngoyi Midfielder 2007 - 2011 35 0  Democratic Republic of the Congo
Nenê Midfielder 2010 - 2013 112 58  Brazil
Richard Niederbacher Forward 1984 – 1985 22 7  Austria
William N'Jo Léa Forward 1984 – 1985 18 4  France
Guy Nosibor Forward 1973 – 1977,
1978 – 1979
42 6  France
Pascal Nouma Forward 1989 – 1992,
1994 – 1996
95 14  France
Jacky Novi Defender 1974 – 1977 122 2  France
Alex Nyarko Midfielder 2002 – 2003 24 2  Ghana

O[edit]

Name Position Period Appearances¹ Goals¹ Nationality²
Bartholomew Ogbeche Forward 2001 – 2005 75 8  Nigeria
Jay-Jay Okocha Midfielder 1998 – 2002 113 20  Nigeria
Godwin Okpara Defender 1999 – 2001 21 0  Nigeria
Hervin Ongenda Forward 2013 1 0  France
Nicolas Ouédec Forward 1998 – 1999 14 1  France

P[edit]

Name Position Period Appearances¹ Goals¹ Nationality²
Grégory Paisley Defender 1998 – 1999,
2000 – 2001
23 1  France
Fabrice Pancrate Midfielder 2004 – 2009 131 14  France
Ilija Pantelić Goalkeeper 1974 – 1977 114 0  Yugoslavia
Marko Pantelić Forward 1997 – 1998 4 0  Serbia
Cédric Pardeilhan Midfielder 1995 – 1996 2 0  France
Bernard Pardo Midfielder 1991 – 1992 6 0  France
Maxime Partouche Midfielder 2007 – 2010 3 0  France
Javier Pastore Midfielder 2011 – 91 25  Argentina
Pauleta* Forward 2003 – 2008 211 110  Portugal
Paulo César Defender 2002 – 2003,
2006 – 2007
67 6  Brazil
Stéphane Pédron Midfielder 2003 17 2  France
Christian Perez Forward 1988 – 1992 139 26  France
Stéphane Persol Midfielder 1987 – 1988,
1990 – 1991
2 0  France
Pierre Phelipon Defender 1970 – 1971 3 0  France
Francis Piasecki Midfielder 1975 – 1977 79 18  France
Stéphane Pichot Defender 2004 – 2006 59 0  France
José-Karl Pierre-Fanfan Defender 2003 – 2005 67 2  France
Samuel Piètre Forward 2006 – 2007 2 0  France
Jean-Marc Pilorget* Defender 1975 – 1987,
1988 – 1989
435 17  France
Laurent Pimond Forward 1984 – 1986 2 1  France
Jacky Planchard Goalkeeper 1973 – 1975 23 0  France
Mauricio Pochettino Defender 2000 – 2003 95 6  Argentina
Alain Polaniok Midfielder 1986 – 1987,
1988 – 1989
54 2  France
Albert Poli Midfielder 1974 – 1975 37 2  Italy
Hervé Porquet Forward 1977 – 1979 10 2  France
Lionel Potillon Defender 2001 – 2004 77 2  France
Cyrille Pouget Forward 1996 – 1997 22 4  France
Fabrice Poullain Midfielder 1985 – 1988 113 4  France
Alain Préfaci Midfielder 1981 – 1982,
1983 – 1984
5 0  France
Michel Prost Forward 1970 – 1972 74 22  France
Patrice Py Goalkeeper 1970 – 1971,
1972 – 1973
8 0  France

Q[edit]

Name Position Period Appearances¹ Goals¹ Nationality²
Christian Quéré Midfielder 1972 – 1975 9 0  France
Yacine Qasmi Forward 2010 – 2011 1 0  Morocco

R[edit]

Name Position Period Appearances¹ Goals¹ Nationality²
Thierry Rabat Defender 1986 – 1988,
1989 – 1990
78 3  France
Éric Rabésandratana Defender 1997 – 2001 135 9  France
Adrien Rabiot Midfielder 2012 9 0  France
Hocine Ragued Midfielder 2005 – 2006 1 0  Tunisia
Raí Midfielder 1993 – 1998 215 72  Brazil
Philippe Redon Forward 1976 – 1978 75 9  France
Reinaldo Forward 2003 – 2005 78 15  Brazil
Jacques Rémond Forward 1970 – 1972 41 15  France
Éric Renaut Defender 1972 – 1975,
1976 – 1982
289 32  France
Christophe Revault Goalkeeper 1997 – 1998 37 0  France
Pierre Reynaud Midfielder 1986 – 1994 125 4  France
Ricardo Defender 1991 – 1995 154 17  Brazil
Jocelyn Rico Defender 1988 – 1989 25 0  France
David Rinçon Forward 1989 – 1992 12 0  France
Claude Rivet Midfielder 1972 – 1973 5 0  France
Laurent Robert Forward 1999 – 2002 84 35  France
Romain Rocchi Midfielder 2002 – 2004 34 0  France
Alain Roche Defender 1992 – 1998 222 12  France
Dominique Rocheteau Forward 1980 – 1987 253 100  France
Bruno Rodriguez Forward 1998 – 2000 20 6  France
Cristian Rodríguez Midfielder 2005 – 2008 50 3  Uruguay
Ronaldinho* Midfielder 2001 – 2003 77 25  Brazil
Jean-Paul Rostagni Defender 1971 – 1972 32 0  France
Jérôme Rothen Midfielder 2004 – 2010 181 13  France
Bruno Roux Forward 1987 – 1988 27 1  France
David Rozehnal Defender 2005 – 2007 96 1  Czech Republic

S[edit]

Name Position Period Appearances¹ Goals¹ Nationality²
Mamadou Sakho* Defender 2006 – 201 7  France
Daniel Sanchez Forward 1981 – 1982 22 2  France
Liazid Sandjak Defender 1986 – 1992 84 8  Algeria
Younousse Sankharé Midfielder 2007 – 2011 47 1  France
Jean-Luc Sassus Defender 1992 – 1994 76 4  France
Pascal Schmit Midfielder 1972 – 1973 18 0  France
Jean-Philippe Séchet Midfielder 1994 – 1995 34 2  France
Patrice Ségura Forward 1984 – 1985 4 1  France
Sergei Semak Midfielder 2004 – 2006 31 1  Russia
Oumar Sène Midfielder 1985 – 1992 200 18  Senegal
Stéphane Sessègnon Midfielder 2008 – 2011 105 10  Benin
Thiago Silva Defender 2012 34 3  Brazil
Amara Simba Forward 1986 – 1993 109 22  France
Marco Simone Forward 1997 – 1999 79 32  Italy
Salvatore Sirigu Goalkeeper 2011 – 84 0  Italy
Mohamed Sissoko Midfielder 2011 – 37 2  Mali
Daniel Solas Defender 1971 – 1972 27 0  France
Juan Pablo Sorín Midfielder 2003 – 2004 26 2  Argentina
Souza Midfielder 2008 17 0  Brazil
Mordechai Spiegler Midfielder 1973 – 1974 21 10  Israel
Ivica Šurjak Forward 1981 – 1982 40 12  Yugoslavia
Safet Sušić* Midfielder 1982 – 1991 343 85  Yugoslavia

T[edit]

Name Position Period Appearances¹ Goals¹ Nationality²
Franck Tanasi Defender 1977 – 1979,
1982 – 1991
253 0  France
Filipe Teixeira Midfielder 2002 – 2003,
2004 – 2005
25 1  Portugal
Siaka Tiéné Defender 2010 - 2013 75 1  Ivory Coast
Thierry Tinmar Defender 1984 – 1985 22 0  France
Didier Toffolo Defender 1979 – 1983 35 0  France
Nabatingue Toko Forward 1980 – 1985 171 43  Chad
Jean-Pierre Tokoto Forward 1975 – 1978 59 17  Cameroon
Alioune Touré Forward 2002 – 2005 35 1  France
Sammy Traoré Defender 2006 – 2011 94 4  Mali
André Travetto Defender 1975 – 1976 9 0  France
Patrice Turpin Midfielder 1972 – 1973 6 0  France

V[edit]

Name Position Period Appearances¹ Goals¹ Nationality²
Valdo Midfielder 1991 – 1995 153 16  Brazil
Vampeta Midfielder 2000 – 2001 8 1  Brazil
Franck Vandecasteele Forward 1984 – 1988,
1990 – 1992
1 0  France
Gregory van der Wiel Defender 2012 – 29 1  Netherlands
Richard Vanquelef Forward 1970 – 1974 1 1  France
Jean-Luc Vasseur Defender 1986 – 1988,
1990 – 1992
22 0  France
Pierre Vermeulen Forward 1985 – 1987 55 1  Netherlands
Marco Verratti Midfielder 2012 – 39 0  Italy
Zlatko Vujović Forward 1989 – 1991 70 22  Yugoslavia

W[edit]

Name Position Period Appearances¹ Goals¹ Nationality²
George Weah* Forward 1992 – 1995 137 55  Liberia
Ray Wilkins Midfielder 1987 – 1988 11 0  England
Christian Wörns Defender 1998 – 1999 33 2  Germany

X[edit]

Name Position Period Appearances¹ Goals¹ Nationality²
Daniel Xuereb Forward 1986 – 1989 92 22  France

Y[edit]

Name Position Period Appearances¹ Goals¹ Nationality²
Igor Yanovski Midfielder 1998 – 2001 86 2  Russia
Mario Yepes Defender 2004 – 2008 144 10  Colombia

Z[edit]

Name Position Period Appearances¹ Goals¹ Nationality²
Christian Zajączkowski Defender 1987 – 1988 13 0  France
Pascal Zaremba Midfielder 1982 – 1984 75 12  France
Patrice Zbinden Midfielder 1972 – 1974 16 0  France

References[edit]

Specific
  1. ^ a b "L'équipe des 40 ans (4/4)". PSG.fr. Retrieved 6 November 2010. 
  2. ^ a b "Susic, joueur de l'Histoire du PSG". France Football. 2 February 2010. Retrieved 4 June 2010. 
  3. ^ http://www.psg.fr/fr/Actus/003001/Article/62850/Edinson-Cavani-rejoint-le-Paris-Saint-Germain-pour-5-ans
  4. ^ a b "Ronaldinho joins Barcelona". BBC Sport. 20 July 2003. Retrieved 30 September 2010. 
  5. ^ France Football, N°1469, p.7.
  6. ^ France Football, N°1967 du 20 décembre 1983, p.11 : « La route brisée de Pilorget »
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  10. ^ "PSG land Pauleta". BBC Sport. 10 July 2003. Retrieved 30 September 2010. 
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General
  • Riolo, Daniel (2006). L'Histoire du Paris Saint-Germain. Hugo Sport. ISBN 2-7556-0115-9. 
  • Albert, Rodolphe (2006). Les secrets du PSG. Éditions Privé. ISBN 2-35076-028-6. 
  • Bouchard, Jean-Philippe (2000). Le roman noir du PSG, de Canal+ à Canal-. Calman-Lévy. ISBN 2-7021-3107-7. 
  • Berthou, Thierry (1998). Histoire du Paris Saint-Germain Football-Club (1904–1998). Pages de Foot. ISBN 2-913146-00-7. 
  • Basse, Pierre-Louis (1995). PSG, histoires secrètes (1991–1995). Solar. ISBN 2-263-02317-8. 
  • Dautrepuis, Anne; Gilles Verdez (1998). PSG, nouvelles histoires secrètes (1995–1998). Solar. ISBN 2-263-02653-3. 
  • Grimault, Dominique; Luis Fernández (1995). Le Parc de mes passions. Albin Michel. ISBN 2-226-07790-1. 
  • Balédant, Fabrice; Alain Leiblanc (1986). Paris S.G. champion !. RTL Éditions. ISBN 2-87951-157-7. 
  • Le Goulven, Francis; Robert Ichah (1981). Paris SG 81/82. PAC. ISBN 2-85336-158-2 Check |isbn= value (help). 
  • Chevit, Frédéric; Olivier Rey (1977). Le roman vrai du Paris SG. Fayard. ISBN 2-213-00520-6. 
  • Pérès, Jean-François; Daniel Riolo; David Aiello (2003). OM-PSG, PSG-OM. Les meilleurs ennemis, enquête sur une rivalité. Mango Sport. ISBN 2-84270-434-7. 

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Preceded by
Real Zaragoza
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Winner
1996
Runner up: Rapid Vienna
Succeeded by
Barcelona