FC Fleury 91 (women)

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FCF 91 Cœur d'Essonne
Full name Football Club Fleury 91 Cœur d'Essonne
Nickname(s) Les Essonniennes
Founded 2003 as FCF Val d'Orge
2017 as FCF 91 Cœur d'Essonne
Ground Stade Auguste Gentelet, Fleury-Mérogis
Capacity 2,000
President Daniel Carric
Manager Jérémie Descamps
League D1 Féminine
2017–18 8th
Website Club website

FC Fleury 91 Cœur d'Essonne is a French women's football club based in Fleury-Mérogis. The club is the female section of Championnat National 2 men's club FC Fleury 91. The club was originally founded in 2003 as FCF Val d'Orge, but was then renamed in 2017 after joining with the men's club.[1] They currently play in the Division 1 Féminine, the first division of women's football in France. They have played in this league since 2017.


The club was founded in 2003 initially to train two teams of young female players. The next season, they fused with a senior team. In 2006, the senior team reached the Division d'Honneur. In 2012, they were promoted to Division 2 in 2012.[2]

In 2017, after winning the Division 2 season, then-FCF Val d'Orge was promoted to Division 1 Féminine. The club then joined with FC Fleury 91 and was renamed.[3]


  • Division 2 Féminine Champions: 2017


As of 15 September 2018

First team squad[edit]

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 Blandine Joly
2 France DF Céline Bocquet
3 Canada DF Melissa Roy
4 France DF Léonie Multari
5 France DF Julie Belouet
6 France MF Daphne Corboz
7 France FW Danaé Dunord
8 United States MF Rachel Corboz
9 France FW Sarah Palacin
10 France FW Céline Chatelain
11 France FW Julie Machart-Rabanne
12 France MF Audrey Maquerlot
13 Canada FW Alex Lamontagne
14 France FW Marie-Charlotte Leger
No. Position Player
15 France DF Léna Jouan
16 France GK Maryne Gignoux-Soulier
17 Morocco MF Salma Amani
19 France FW Nadjma Ali Nadjim
20 France MF Charlotte Fernandes
21 France MF Maéva Clémaron
22 France DF Gwenaëlle Butel
23 France DF Teninsoun Sissoko
24 France FW Sandra Chatoux
26 France MF Kelly Gadea
27 France DF Félicia Mollet
28 France DF Marine Haupais
30 France GK Pauline Benoist
35 France GK Natacha Milosev


  1. ^ "Le F.C.F 91 CŒUR D'ESSONNE est né…" (in French). FCF Val d'Orge. 26 July 2017. Retrieved 3 September 2017.
  2. ^ "Historique" (in French). Retrieved 3 September 2017.
  3. ^ "Le FC Fleury 91 et le Val d'Orge fusionnent" (in French). Essonne Info. 7 July 2017. Retrieved 3 September 2017.

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