List of Paris Saint-Germain F.C. players

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This article is about notable Paris Saint-Germain players. For a list of all former and current players, see Category:Paris Saint-Germain F.C. players.
Zlatan Ibrahimović is PSG's all-time top scorer, with 156 goals.

Paris Saint-Germain Football Club is a French professional association football club based in Paris, whose first team play in the highest tier of French football, the Ligue 1. The capital side was formed in 1970 by the merger of Paris FC and Stade Saint-Germain.[1]

Since the club's inception, 429 players have officially played for Paris Saint-Germain.[2] Only six players have made more than 300 appearances for the club: Jean-Marc Pilorget, Sylvain Armand, Paul Le Guen, Safet Sušić, Bernard Lama and Mustapha Dahleb.[3] Meanwhile, only four players have scored a century of goals at the French capital: Zlatan Ibrahimović, Edinson Cavani, Pauleta and Dominique Rocheteau.[4]

The list includes notable footballers who have played for Paris Saint-Germain. Generally, this means players that have played at least 100 matches in all official competitions for the club. However, some players who have played fewer matches also make the list if they are recognized as legendary players by the club.[5][6] The list also indicates if they are Paris Saint-Germain Youth Academy graduates.[7]

Key[edit]

Table headers[edit]

  • Player – Nationality, first name and last name. Legendary players are highlighted in purple.
  • Position – Player's role on the field of play.
  • Paris Saint-Germain – Seasons spent at the club. Paris Saint-Germain Youth Academy graduates are highlighted in pink.
  • Appearances – Number of games played.
  • Goals – Number of goals scored.

General[edit]

Notable players[edit]

As of the 2015–16 season.

300+ appearances[edit]

Safet Sušić was one of the club's first stars.
Dominique Rocheteau was the first player to score 100 goals for PSG.
Captain Raí was one of PSG's most emblematic players in the 1990s.
Pauleta (middle) is PSG's third all-time leading goalscorer.
Edinson Cavani is PSG's second all-time leading goalscorer.
Ángel Di María provided 18 assists in 2015–16 (club and national record).
David Luiz is the club's most expensive sale.
Club hero Amara Diané saved PSG from relegation in 2007–08.
Ronaldinho launched his European career at Paris.
Jean Djorkaeff was the club's first captain.
Like father, like son. Youri Djorkaeff also shined for PSG.
Player Position Paris Saint-Germain Appearances Goals Source
France Jean-Marc Pilorget DF 1975–1989 435 17 [8]
France Sylvain Armand DF 2004–2013 380 12 [9]
Bosnia and Herzegovina Safet Sušić MF 1982–1991 344 85 [10]
France Paul Le Guen MF 1991–1998 344 24 [11]
France Bernard Lama GK 1992–1997,
1998–2000
318 0 [12]
Algeria Mustapha Dahleb FW 1974–1984 310 98 [13]

200+ appearances[edit]

Player Position Paris Saint-Germain Appearances Goals Source
France Éric Renaut DF 1972–1982 290 36 [14]
France Joël Bats GK 1985–1992 285 0 [15]
France Dominique Baratelli GK 1978–1985 281 0 [16]
France Daniel Bravo MF 1989–1996 280 26 [17]
France Luis Fernández MF 1978–1986 273 39 [18]
France Dominique Bathenay MF 1978–1985 273 35 [19]
France Jean-Claude Lemoult MF 1977–1986 266 11 [20]
France Édouard Cissé MF 1997–1998,
1999–2002,
2004–2007
259 9 [21]
France Dominique Rocheteau FW 1980–1987 254 100 [22]
France Franck Tanasi DF 1978–1991 254 0 [23]
France Vincent Guérin MF 1992–1998 253 25 [24]
France Laurent Fournier MF 1991–1994,
1995–1998
253 18 [25]
France Clément Chantôme MF 2006–2013,
2014–2015
249 10 [26]
France Francis Llacer DF 1989–1996,
1997–1999,
2001–2003
248 4 [27]
France Bernard Mendy DF 2000–2002,
2003–2008
247 11 [28]
France Blaise Matuidi MF 2011– 238 26 [29]
France Zoumana Camara DF 2007–2015 224 7 [30]
France Alain Roche DF 1992–1998 223 12 [31]
France Philippe Jeannol DF 1984–1991 219 15 [32]
Republic of the Congo François M'Pelé FW 1973–1979 217 95 [33]
Brazil Raí MF 1993–1998 215 72 [34]
France Patrick Colleter DF 1991–1996 213 1 [35]
Portugal Pauleta FW 2003–2008 211 109 [36]
Argentina Javier Pastore MF 2011– 207 37 [37]
France Mamadou Sakho DF 2006–2013 201 7 [38]
Senegal Oumar Sène MF 1985–1992 200 18 [39]

100+ appearances[edit]

Player Position Paris Saint-Germain Appearances Goals Source
France Christophe Jallet DF 2009–2014 198 9 [40]
Brazil Marcos Ceará DF 2007–2012 196 3 [41]
France Lionel Letizi GK 2000–2006 196 0 [42]
France Jérémy Clément MF 2006–2011 191 6 [43]
Italy Salvatore Sirigu GK 2011– 190 0 [44]
France Michel Bibard DF 1985–1991 182 2 [45]
Sweden Zlatan Ibrahimović FW 2012–2016 180 156 [46]
France Péguy Luyindula FW 2007–2013 180 37 [47]
France Jérôme Rothen MF 2004–2009 180 13 [48]
Brazil Maxwell DF 2011– 180 13 [49]
France Jacques Laposte MF 1972–1979 177 17 [50]
France Jimmy Algerino DF 1996–2001 176 9 [51]
France Thierry Morin DF 1975–1986 174 1 [52]
Chad Nabatingue Toko FW 1980–1985 171 43 [53]
Brazil Lucas Moura MF 2012– 168 26 [54]
France Frédéric Déhu DF 2000–2004 167 8 [55]
France Jérôme Leroy MF 1996–2000,
2001–2004
166 12 [56]
Brazil Thiago Silva DF 2012– 162 9 [57]
France Guillaume Hoarau FW 2008–2013 161 56 [58]
Argentina Ezequiel Lavezzi FW 2012–2016 161 35 [59]
Italy Thiago Motta MF 2011– 161 10 [60]
Italy Marco Verratti MF 2012– 159 3 [61]
France David Ginola FW 1991–1995 158 44 [62]
Brazil Ricardo DF 1991–1995 155 17 [63]
Brazil Valdo MF 1991–1995 153 16 [64]
France Jean-François Charbonnier MF 1984–1991 152 15 [65]
France Mickaël Landreau GK 2006–2009 151 0 [66]
France Dominique Lokoli DF 1974–1979 149 2 [67]
France Pierre Ducrocq MF 1994–1996,
1997–2001
148 3 [68]
Uruguay Edinson Cavani FW 2013– 147 81 [69]
Colombia Mario Yepes DF 2004–2008 144 9 [70]
France Christian Perez FW 1988–1992 139 26 [71]
Liberia George Weah FW 1992–1995 138 55 [72]
France Antoine Kombouaré DF 1990–1995 137 8 [73]
Madagascar Éric Rabésandratana DF 1997–2001 135 9 [74]
France Fabrice Pancrate FW 2004–2007,
2008–2009
133 14 [75]
Argentina Gabriel Heinze DF 2001–2004 132 8 [76]
Netherlands Gregory van der Wiel DF 2012–2016 131 4 [77]
France Ludovic Giuly FW 2008–2011 125 19 [78]
France Pierre Reynaud MF 1986–1994 125 4 [79]
France Jacky Novi DF 1974–1977 122 2 [80]
France Philippe Col DF 1978–1983 119 1 [81]
France Adrien Rabiot MF 2012– 118 13 [82]
France Claude Makélélé MF 2008–2011 118 1 [83]
France Patrice Loko FW 1995–1999 115 36 [84]
Brazil Marquinhos DF 2013– 115 9 [85]
Senegal Sarr Boubacar FW 1979–1983 114 30 [86]
France Didier Domi DF 1995–1999,
2000–2003
114 1 [87]
Serbia Ilija Pantelić GK 1974–1977 114 0 [88]
Argentina Gabriel Calderón MF 1987–1990 113 23 [89]
Nigeria Jay-Jay Okocha MF 1998–2002 113 20 [90]
France Bruno N'Gotty DF 1995–1998 113 10 [91]
France Fabrice Poullain MF 1985–1988 113 4 [92]
Morocco Talal El Karkouri DF 1999–2004 113 2 [93]
Brazil Nenê MF 2010–2013 112 48 [94]
Turkey Mevlüt Erdinç FW 2009–2012 110 30 [95]
France Jérémy Ménez MF 2011–2014 110 19 [96]
France José Cobos DF 1993–1997 110 1 [97]
France Amara Simba FW 1986–1993 109 22 [98]
Benin Stéphane Sessègnon MF 2008–2011 105 10 [99]
France Denis Bauda DF 1974–1977 103 0 [100]
France Fabrice Fiorèse MF 2001–2005 102 20 [101]
France Jérôme Alonzo GK 2001–2008 102 0 [102]
Cameroon Modeste M'bami MF 2003–2006 101 1 [103]
France Jean-Pierre Dogliani FW 1973–1976 100 26 [104]

1–99 appearances[edit]

Player Position Paris Saint-Germain Appearances Goals Source
Argentina Mauricio Pochettino DF 2000–2003 95 6 [105]
Brazil David Luiz DF 2014–2016 89 8 [106]
Ivory Coast Amara Diané FW 2006–2008 86 21 [107]
Argentina Carlos Bianchi FW 1977–1979 80 71 [108]
Italy Marco Simone FW 1997–1999 80 32 [109]
France Laurent Robert FW 1999–2001 80 30 [110]
Brazil Ronaldinho MF 2001–2003 77 25 [111]
France Bernard Guignedoux MF 1970–1972 73 15 [112]
France Nicolas Anelka FW 1995–1997,
2000–2002
69 19 [113]
France Jean Djorkaeff DF 1970–1972 68 7 [114]
Spain Mikel Arteta MF 2000–2002 53 5 [115]
Togo Othniel Dossevi FW 1972–1975 49 18 [116]
Brazil Leonardo MF 1996–1997 48 10 [117]
France Youri Djorkaeff FW 1995–1996 47 20 [118]
Argentina Ángel Di María MF 2015– 47 15 [119]
Argentina Juan Pablo Sorín DF 2003–2004 26 2 [120]

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External links[edit]

Official websites