|Full name||Élodie Ginette Thomis|
|Date of birth||13 August 1986|
|Place of birth||Colombes, France|
|Height||1.67 m (5 ft 6 in)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 15 February 2012.
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 15:40, 1 March 2017 (UTC)
Élodie Ginette Thomis (French: [e.lɔ.di ʒi.nɛt tɔ.mis]; born 13 August 1986) is a French football player who currently plays for French club Olympique Lyon of the Division 1 Féminine. She plays either a winger or striker and is described as a player who possesses pace comparable to that of French men's internationals Thierry Henry and Sidney Govou. Thomis is a graduate of the women's section of the Clairefontaine academy and is currently a French women's international having made her debut with the team in June 2005 at UEFA Women's Euro 2005 against Italy.
Thomis was born in the commune of Colombes, a northwestern suburb of Paris, to parents of Martiniquais heritage. She began her sporting career training as a sprinter and long-distance runner. At the age of 13, Thomis began playing football after attending a trial for women footballers in Épinay-sur-Seine. After successfully playing for the local club, she joined Football Club Feminin de Colombes in her hometown. In 2002, Thomis was selected to attend CNFE Clairefontaine, the women's section of the Clairefontaine academy. She spent three years training at the facility alongside future domestic teammates Louisa Necib, as well as future international teammates Caroline Pizzala, Élise Bussaglia, and Laure Lepailleur. In three seasons at the academy, Thomis played in over 50 matches scoring 32 goals.
Montpellier and Lyon
After departing Clairefontaine, Thomis joined Division 1 Féminine club Montpellier. Necib later joined the club the following year. In her first season with the club, Thomis appeared in 20 league matches scoring three goals as Montpellier finished runner-up in the league to Juvisy. She also made her European debut participating in the 2005–06 UEFA Women's Cup. In the team's first leg quarter-final tie against Danish outfit Brøndby IF, Thomis scored a double, which, after a positive result in the second leg, allowed Montpellier to advanced to the semi-finals where the club was eliminated by the eventual champions 1. FFC Frankfurt. Thomis' goal output increased in the 2005–06 season scoring 15 goals in 22 matches as Montpellier claimed the Challenge de France, the women's domestic cup in France. After the season, in June 2007, rival D1 Féminine Lyon confirmed that both Thomis and Necib would be joining the club for the 2007–08 season. In her debut season at Lyon, she played in 17 league matches scoring seven goals helping the club win the league and cup double. In the 2008–09 season, Thomis appeared in 17 total matches scoring 14 goals as Lyon won the league for the third consecutive season and reached the semi-finals for the second straight season in the UEFA Women's Cup.
In the ensuing two seasons, due to injuries, Thomis was limited to only 30 appearances domestically. The striker did scored 17 goals in that span. In the re-branded UEFA Women's Champions League, Thomis made eight appearances scoring three goals as Lyon reached the final in the 2009–10 edition of the competition. Lyon was defeated by German club Turbine Potsdam in the penultimate match. In the 2010–11 edition of the Champions League, Thomis was a part of the team that won the competition defeating its nemesis Turbine Potsdam 2–0 in the final.
Thomis made her international debut for les Bleues on June 6, 2005 in a match against Italy. Competing for France in 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup and 2012 London Olympics Thomis helped the team reach the semi-finals in all three competitions. In 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup, Thomis helped France reach the quarter-finals where the team was eliminated by Germany on penalty shootout. Thomis has scored a total of 5 goals at these Olympics and World Cup finals.
- (Correct as of 19 September 2012)
|1||22 November 2006||Stade de la Libération, Boulogne-sur-Mer, France||Belgium||5–0||6–0||Friendly|
|2||27 October 2007||Stadion Kralj Petar I, Belgrade, Serbia||Serbia||0–5||0–8||UEFA Women's Euro 2009 qualifying|
|4||31 October 2007||Stanko Mlakar Stadium, Kranj, Slovenia||Slovenia||0–2||0–2||UEFA Women's Euro 2009 qualifying|
|5||30 January 2008||Stade Francis Turcan, Martigues, France||Italy||6–0||6–0||Friendly|
|6||23 April 2008||Yiannis Pathiakakis Stadium, Akratitos, Greece||Greece||0–5||0–5||UEFA Women's Euro 2009 qualifying|
|7||7 March 2009||Tasos Markou Stadium, Paralimni, Cyprus||England||1–2||2–2||2009 Cyprus Cup|
|8||22 April 2009||Stade Gaston Gérard, Dijon, France||Switzerland||2–0||2–0||Friendly|
|9||12 August 2009||Stade des Grands Prés, Chartres, France||Scotland||2–0||4–0||Friendly|
|10||23 September 2009||Stadion NK Inter Zaprešić, Zaprešić, Croatia||Croatia||0–7||0–7||2011 FIFA Women's World Cup qualification|
|11||24 October 2009||Stade de Gerland, Lyon, France||Iceland||2–0||2–0||2011 FIFA Women's World Cup qualification|
|12||28 October 2009||Stade Jules Deschaseaux, Le Havre, France||Estonia||9–0||12–0||2011 FIFA Women's World Cup qualification|
|13||23 June 2010||Kadrioru Stadium, Tallinn, Estonia||Estonia||0–2||0–6||2011 FIFA Women's World Cup qualification|
|14||25 August 2010||Stade de l'Aube, Troyes, France||Serbia||1–0||7–0||2011 FIFA Women's World Cup qualification|
|15||18 June 2011||Stade de l'Épopée, Calais, France||Belgium||5–0||7–0||Friendly|
|16||30 June 2011||Ruhrstadion, Bochum, Germany||Canada||4–0||4–0||2011 FIFA Women's World Cup|
|17||16 July 2011||Rhein-Neckar-Arena, Sinsheim, Germany||Sweden||1–1||2–1||2011 FIFA Women's World Cup|
|18||24 August 2011||Stade Félix-Bollaert, Lens, France||Poland||1–0||2–0||Friendly|
|19||20 November 2011||Stade Pierre-Aliker, Fort-de-France, Martinique||Mexico||4–0||5–0||Friendly|
|20||4 April 2012||Stade Michel d'Ornano, Caen, France||Wales||1–0||4–0||UEFA Women's Euro 2013 qualifying|
|23||4 July 2012||Stade de la Source, Orléans, France||Romania||1–0||6–0||Friendly|
|24||28 July 2012||Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland||North Korea||2–0||5–0||2012 Summer Olympics|
|25||31 July 2012||St James' Park, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England||Colombia||1–0||1–0||2012 Summer Olympics|
|26||15 September 2012||Stade du Roudourou, Guingamp, France||Republic of Ireland||1–0||4–0||UEFA Women's Euro 2013 qualifying|
|27||4 April 2013||Stade du Ray, Nice, France||Canada||1–0||1–1||Friendly|
|28||5 April 2014||Stade Jean-Bouin, Angers, France||Kazakhstan||3–0||7–0||2015 FIFA Women's World Cup qualification|
|29||9 April 2014||MMArena, Le Mans, France||Austria||3–0||3–1||2015 FIFA Women's World Cup qualification|
|30||7 May 2014||Stade Léo Lagrange, Besançon, France||Hungary||1–0||4–0||2015 FIFA Women's World Cup qualification|
|31||25 October 2014||Sparda Bank Hessen Stadium, Offenbach am Main, Germany||Germany||0–2||0–2||Friendly|
|32||21 June 2015||Olympic Stadium, Montreal, Canada||South Korea||
||2015 FIFA Women's World Cup|
|Correct as of 21 June 2015|
- Coupe de France Féminine: Winner 2006, 2007
- Division 1 Féminine: Winner 2007–08, 2008–09, 2009–10, 2010–11, 2011–12, 2012–13, 2013–14, 2014–15, 2015–16
- Coupe de France Féminine: Winner 2007–08, 2011–12, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
- UEFA Women's Champions League: Winner 2010–11, 2011–12, 2015–16
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