List of Paris Saint-Germain F.C. records and statistics

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PSG's hall of honour at the Parc des Princes.

Paris Saint-Germain Football Club, commonly referred to as PSG, 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 team was formed in 1970 by the merger of Paris FC and Stade Saint-Germain.[1]

Having won 30 titles in its history, Paris Saint-Germain is the most successful club in French football.[2] The Parisian side is also one of only two French clubs to win a European title.[3] Domestically, PSG have won six Ligue 1 titles, a record ten Coupes de France, a record six Coupes de la Ligue, five Trophées des Champions and one Ligue 2 title. In international club football, Paris have won one UEFA Cup Winners' Cup and one UEFA Intertoto Cup.[4]

Jean-Marc Pilorget holds the record for the greatest number of appearances for Paris Saint-Germain. Between 1975 and 1989, the French defender played 435 times for the capital club. Only five other players have made more than 300 appearances: Sylvain Armand, Paul Le Guen, Safet Sušić, Bernard Lama and Mustapha Dahleb.[5] The club's goalscoring record is held by Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimović, who netted 156 goals in all competitions between 2012 and 2016.[6] He surpassed the previous record of 109 goals, held by Pauleta, in 2015. Ibrahimović also became only the third player to score a century of goals for PSG after Dominique Rocheteau and Pauleta.[7]

Club[edit]

Matches[edit]

Wins[edit]

Defeats[edit]

Streaks[edit]

  • Longest unbeaten run: 37 matches.[14]
  • Longest unbeaten run in Ligue 1: 36 matches.[15]
  • Longest unbeaten home run in Ligue 1: 39 matches.[16]
  • Longest unbeaten home run in Europe: 33 matches.[13]
  • Longest winning streak in Ligue 1: 9 matches in 2014–15 and 2015–16.[17]
  • Longest losing streak in Ligue 1: 5 matches in 1987–88.[10]
  • Longest streak without a win in Ligue 1: 8 matches in 1979–80.[10]

Wins/draws/losses in Ligue 1[edit]

Goals[edit]

Goal difference in Ligue 1[edit]

Points in Ligue 1[edit]

  • Most points: 96 in 2015–16 (National Record).[6]
  • Fewest points: 39 in 1998–99.[4]
  • Highest point gap between league champion (PSG) and runner-up (Lyon): 31 in 2015–16 (National Record).[15]

Attendances[edit]

  • Highest home attendance: 49,575 – Paris Saint-Germain vs. Waterschei, 13 March 1983.[18]
  • Highest home attendance in Ligue 1: 47,844 – Paris Saint-Germain vs. Nantes, 14 May 2016.[18]
  • Lowest home attendance: 4,520 – Paris Saint-Germain vs. Olympique Lyonnais, 27 May 1980.[19]

General[edit]

Honours[edit]

Domestic titles[edit]

European titles[edit]

Competitive record[edit]

Domestic record[edit]

The Paris Saint-Germain team of 2012–13, when the club returned to the UEFA Champions League for the first time since 2004–05.

The following is a list of the all-time statistics from Paris Saint-Germain's games in domestic football, as well as the overall total. The statistics include the four playoff matches played by the club in the 1971 championship playoffs for the Ligue 2 title and the 1974 promotion playoffs to Ligue 1.

Tournament S T Pld W D L GF GA GD Src
Ligue 1 43 6 1614 719 447 448 2385 1774 +611 [4]
Ligue 2 2 1 68 38 18 12 133 73 +60 [4][30][31]
Division 3 1 0 30 17 8 5 67 28 +39 [32]
Coupe de France 46 10 214 146 27 41 414 195 +219 [33]
Coupe de la Ligue 22 6 62 43 5 14 109 56 +53 [34]
Trophée des Champions 8 5 8 4 4 0 11 5 +6 [27]
Total 122 28 1996 967 509 520 3119 2131 +988

European record[edit]

The Paris Saint-Germain team lines up before a 2008–09 UEFA Cup quarter-final match against Dynamo Kyiv.

The following is a list of the all-time statistics from Paris Saint-Germain's games in UEFA competitions, as well as the overall total. The statistics include qualification matches.

Tournament S T Pld W D L GF GA GD Src
UEFA Champions League 9 0 80 42 16 22 140 90 +50 [13]
UEFA Europa League 9 0 72 32 24 16 106 62 +44 [13]
UEFA Super Cup 1 0 2 0 0 2 2 9 −7 [35]
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 6 1 38 24 6 8 66 27 +39 [28]
UEFA Intertoto Cup 1 1 8 5 3 0 20 3 +17 [29]
Total 26 2 200 103 49 48 334 191 +143

Players[edit]

Appearances[edit]

Paul Le Guen has made the most appearances in UEFA competitions for PSG.

Most appearances[edit]

The following is a list of the ten Paris Saint-Germain players with the most appearances.

Rank Player Period Appearances Profile
1 France Jean-Marc Pilorget 1975 – 1989 435 [38]
2 France Sylvain Armand 2004 – 2013 380 [39]
3 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Safet Sušić 1982 – 1991 343 [40]
4 France Paul Le Guen 1991 – 1998 343 [41]
5 France Bernard Lama 1992 – 1997,
1998 – 2000
315 [42]
6 Algeria Mustapha Dahleb 1974 – 1984 306 [43]
7 France Éric Renaut 1972 – 1982 291 [44]
8 France Joël Bats 1985 – 1992 285 [45]
9 France Dominique Baratelli 1978 – 1985 281 [46]
10 France Daniel Bravo 1989 – 1996 275 [47]

Goalscorers[edit]

Zlatan Ibrahimović surpassed Pauleta as PSG's all-time top scorer in 2015.

Most goals[edit]

The following is a list of the ten Paris Saint-Germain players with the most goals.

Rank Player Period Goals Profile
1 Sweden Zlatan Ibrahimović 2012 – 2016 156 [51]
2 Portugal Pauleta 2003 – 2008 109 [52]
3 France Dominique Rocheteau 1980 – 1987 100 [53]
4 Algeria Mustapha Dahleb 1974 – 1984 98 [43]
5 Republic of the Congo François M'Pelé 1973 – 1979 97 [54]
6 Uruguay Edinson Cavani 2013 – 90 [55]
7 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Safet Sušić 1982 – 1991 85 [40]
8 Brazil Raí 1993 – 1998 72 [56]
9 Argentina Carlos Bianchi 1977 – 1979 71 [57]
10 France Guillaume Hoarau 2008 – 2013 56 [58]

Assists leaders[edit]

The undisputed assist master of PSG, the great Safet Sušić.

Most assists[edit]

The following is a list of the ten Paris Saint-Germain players with the most assists.[60]

Rank Player Period Assists Profile
1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Safet Sušić 1982 – 1991 95 [40]
2 Algeria Mustapha Dahleb 1974 – 1984 80 [43]
3 France Jérôme Rothen 2004 – 2009 52 [61]
4 Sweden Zlatan Ibrahimović 2012 – 2016 52 [51]
5 France Dominique Rocheteau 1980 – 1987 42 [53]
6 Argentina Javier Pastore 2011 – 41 [62]
7 Brazil Valdo 1991 – 1995 40 [63]
8 France Paul Le Guen 1991 – 1998 39 [41]
9 Brazil Nenê 2010 – 2013 34 [64]
10 Brazil Lucas Moura 2013 – 34 [65]

Captaincy[edit]

Main captains[edit]

The following is a list of players who have been main captains of Paris Saint-Germain.[67][68][69]

Thiago Silva playing for the first time as PSG captain in a UEFA Champions League match against Dynamo Kyiv in 2012.
Rank Player Period Profile
1 France Jean Djorkaeff 1970 – 1972 [70]
2 France Camille Choquier 1972 – 1973 [71]
3 France Jean-Pierre Dogliani 1973 – 1976 [72]
4 Portugal Humberto Coelho 1976 [73]
5 Algeria Mustapha Dahleb 1976 – 1979 [74]
6 France Dominique Bathenay 1979 – 1985 [75]
7 France Luis Fernández 1985 – 1986 [76]
8 France Jean-Marc Pilorget 1986 – 1987 [77]
9 France Fabrice Poullain 1987 – 1988 [78]
10 Senegal Oumar Sène 1988 – 1990 [79]
11 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Safet Sušić 1990 – 1991 [80]
12 France Paul Le Guen 1991 – 1994 [81]
13 France David Ginola 1994 [82]
14 France Alain Roche 1994 – 1996 [83]
15 France Bernard Lama 1996,
1999 – 2000
[84]
16 Brazil Raí 1996 – 1998 [85]
17 Italy Marco Simone 1998 – 1999 [86]
18 Algeria Ali Benarbia 1999 – 2000 [87]
19 Madagascar Éric Rabésandratana 2000 [88]
20 France Frédéric Déhu 2001,
2003 – 2004
[89]
21 Argentina Mauricio Pochettino 2001 – 2003 [90]
22 France José-Karl Pierre-Fanfan 2004 – 2005 [91]
23 Portugal Pauleta 2005 – 2008 [92]
24 France Claude Makélélé 2008 – 2011 [93]
25 France Mamadou Sakho 2011 – 2012 [94]
26 France Christophe Jallet 2012 [95]
27 Brazil Thiago Silva 2012 – [96]

Transfers[edit]

Record arrivals[edit]

The €64m price tag makes Edinson Cavani the most expensive Ligue 1 transfer of all time.

The following is a list of the ten most expensive transfer fees paid by Paris Saint-Germain.

Rank Player Year Moving from Transfer fee Source
1 Uruguay Edinson Cavani 2013 Italy Napoli €64M
(National Record)
[97]
2 Argentina Ángel Di María 2015 England Manchester United €63M [98]
3 Brazil David Luiz 2014 England Chelsea €62.6M [99]
4 Argentina Javier Pastore 2011 Italy Palermo €42M [100]
5 Brazil Thiago Silva 2012 Italy Milan €42M [101]
6 Brazil Lucas Moura 2013 Brazil São Paulo €40M [102]
7 France Nicolas Anelka 2000 Spain Real Madrid €34.5M [103]
8 Brazil Marquinhos 2013 Italy Roma €31.4M [104]
9 Argentina Ezequiel Lavezzi 2012 Italy Napoli €30M [105]
10 Poland Grzegorz Krychowiak 2016 Spain Sevilla €30M [106]

Record departures[edit]

Ronaldinho is PSG's most expensive sale and, at the time, he also became Barcelona's record signing.

The following is a list of the ten most expensive transfer fees received by Paris Saint-Germain.

Rank Player Year Moving to Transfer fee Source
1 Brazil Ronaldinho 2003 Spain Barcelona €30M [107]
2 France Mamadou Sakho 2013 England Liverpool €19M [108]
3 France Nicolas Anelka 2002 England Manchester City €15M [109]
4 France Laurent Robert 2001 England Newcastle United €14M [110]
5 France Yohan Cabaye 2015 England Crystal Palace €14M [111]
6 Argentina Gabriel Heinze 2004 England Manchester United €10M [112]
7 Ivory Coast Amara Diané 2008 Qatar Al Rayyan €10M [113]
8 France Kévin Gameiro 2013 Spain Sevilla €10M [114]
9 Brazil Leonardo 1997 Italy Milan €8.5M [115]
10 Benin Stéphane Sessègnon 2011 England Sunderland €8M [116]

Managers[edit]

Presidents[edit]

Awards[edit]

The following players, managers and presidents have won these awards in recognition of their achievements at Paris Saint-Germain.

Club legend Pauleta is one of only three players to win the Ligue 1 Golden Boot with PSG.
Laurent Blanc was named French Manager of the Year by France Football in 2015 following PSG's historic domestic quadruple.
Former PSG president Michel Denisot was made a Knight of the Legion of Honour in 1998 for his work at the helm of the club.

France Football[edit]

FIFA[edit]

UEFA[edit]

Ligue 1[edit]

Others[edit]

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External links[edit]

Official websites