Paris Saint-Germain Féminines

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Paris Saint-Germain Féminines
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Founded 1991; 26 years ago (1991)
Ground Stade Sébastien Charléty / Stade Municipal Georges Lefèvre
Ground Capacity 20,000 / 2,164
Owner Oryx Qatar Sports Investments (QSi)
President Nasser Al-Khelaifi
Manager Patrice Lair
League Division 1 Féminine
2016–17 Division 1 Féminine, 3rd
Website Club website
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Paris Saint-Germain Féminines, commonly known as Paris Saint-Germain (French pronunciation: ​[paʁi sɛ̃ ʒɛʁmɛ̃]) and familiarly as PSG or Paris SG, is a French women's professional association football club founded in 1991, and based in the city of Paris in France. The club is the women's department of Paris Saint-Germain.[1]

PSG play in the highest tier of French football, the Division 1 Féminine. They train at the Centre Sports et Loisirs de la Banque de France de Bougival (CSLBF de Bougival), while the Stade Sébastien Charléty and the Stade Municipal Georges Lefèvre are their home grounds.[1]

Domestically, PSG has won one Division 2 title and one French Cup. In international club football, the Parisian side reached the 2015 UEFA Women's Champions League Final.[1]

History[edit]

The female section of Paris Saint-Germain was founded in 1991. The newly formed team began life in the Division 1 Féminine for the 1991–92 season, being relegated to the Division 2 Féminine at the end of that campaign.[2] PSG returned to the top-flight in 1994,[3] but finished rock-bottom and was relegated straight back to the second-tier in 1995.[2] Six years later, PSG won the Division 2 title and was promoted to the premier division in 2001. Since then, the Parisians have never been relegated from Division 1.[1]

PSG reached the French Cup final in 2007–08, but lost to Olympique Lyonnais at the Stade de France.[1] Two seasons later, the ladies played their first league match at the Parc des Princes and won the French Cup in 2009–10. Paris SG defeated Montpellier 5–0 in the French Cup final at the Stade Robert Bobin to lift the club's first major title.[4]

In 2010–11, the capital club defeated second-placed Montpellier in the final match of the season to finish league runners-up and qualify to the UEFA Women's Champions League for the first time in their history.[5] PSG would then finish league runners-up in 2012–13, 2013–14, 2014–15 and 2015–16. The ladies also lost the French Cup final in 2013–14,[1] and the 2015 UEFA Women's Champions League Final to 1. FFC Frankfurt.[6]

Seasons[edit]

As of the 2016–17 season.[7][8]
Winners Runners-up Third place Promoted Increase Relegated Decrease
No. Season League Coupe de France Champions League Competitive record Top scorer
Div Pos Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD Player Goals
1 1994–95 D1 Decrease 12th 6 22 2 2 18 16 77 −61
2 2000–01 D2 Increase 1st 74 20 18 0 2 83 11 +72
3 2001–02 D1 5th 61 QF 25 13 6 6 45 32 +13 France Ingrid Boyeldieu 17
4 2002–03 D1 7th 50 R16 24 7 7 8 36 51 −15 France Ingrid Boyeldieu 13
5 2003–04 D1 8th 44 QF 25 7 8 10 27 37 −10 France Ingrid Boyeldieu 5
6 2004–05 D1 10th 36 SF 26 3 5 14 36 59 −23 France Ingrid Boyeldieu 12
7 2005–06 D1 8th 49 R16 24 9 4 11 32 37 −5 France Sarah Hamraoui 5
8 2006–07 D1 7th 48 R32 23 6 8 9 38 37 +1 France Aurélie Mula 9
9 2007–08 D1 5th 53 RU 27 13 4 10 36 39 −3 France Marie-Laure Delie 21
10 2008–09 D1 8th 49 R32 23 7 7 9 30 31 −1 France Candice Prévost 7
11 2009–10 D1 3rd 74 W 27 19 6 2 74 12 +62 France Camille Abily 12
12 2010–11 D1 2nd 74 R32 24 18 1 5 53 17 +36 Brazil Kátia 12
13 2011–12 D1 4th 66 SF R16 31 19 6 6 78 28 +50 France Kenza Dali 13
14 2012–13 D1 2nd 78 SF 27 22 2 3 94 12 +82 Sweden Kosovare Asllani 22
15 2013–14 D1 2nd 78 RU R32 30 23 3 4 107 14 +93 France Marie-Laure Delie 29
16 2014–15 D1 2nd 82 R16 RU 34 27 3 4 111 16 +95 France Marie-Laure Delie 20
17 2015–16 D1 2nd 79 SF SF 35 25 7 3 108 24 +84 Brazil Cristiane 23
18 2016–17 D1 3rd 49 RU RU 37 26 5 6 116 26 +90 France Marie-Laure Delie 28

Honours[edit]

As of the 2016–17 season.[1]

National titles[edit]

Competitive record[edit]

The Parisian ladies lift the French Cup in 2010.
As of the 2016–17 season.[7][8]
Competition T S Pld W D L GF GA GD
National
Division 1 Féminine 0 17 374 194 67 113 776 468 +308
Division 2 Féminine 1 1 20 18 0 2 83 11 +72
Coupe de France Féminine 1 16 57 36 12 9 195 51 +144
Total 2 34 451 248 79 124 1054 530 +524
International
UEFA Women's Champions League 0 5 32 18 6 8 62 28 +34
Total 0 5 32 18 6 8 62 28 +34
Overall total 2 39 483 266 85 132 1116 558 +558

Record in UEFA Women's Champions League[edit]

PSG players celebrate qualifying to the UEFA Women's Champions League for the first time in the club's history in 2011.

All results (away, home and aggregate) list Paris Saint-Germain's goal tally first.

Season Round Club Away Home Aggregate
2011–12 Round of 32 Republic of Ireland Peamount United 2–0 a 3–0 5–0
Round of 16 Germany Frankfurt 0–3 a 2–1 2–4
2013–14 Round of 32 Sweden Tyresö 1–2 a 0–0 1–2
2014–15 Round of 32 Netherlands Twente Enschede 2–1 a 1–0 3–1
Round of 16 France Olympique Lyon 1–0 1–1 a 2–1
Quarter-final Scotland Glasgow City 2–0 a 5–0 7–0
Semi-final Germany Wolfsburg 2–0 a 1–2 3–2
Final Germany Frankfurt 1–2 (Germany Berlin)
2015–16 Round of 32 Romania Olimpia Cluj-Napoca 6–0 a 9–0 15–0
Round of 16 Sweden Örebro 1–1 a 0–0 1–1
Quarter-final Spain FC Barcelona 0–0 a 1–0 1–0
Semi-final France Olympique Lyon 0–7 a 0–1 0–8
2016–17 Round of 32 Norway Lillestrøm 1–3 a 4–1 5–4
Round of 16 Kazakhstan Kazygurt Shymkent 3–0 a 4–1 7–1
Quarter-final Germany Bayern Munich 0–1 a 4–0 4–1
Semi-final Spain FC Barcelona 3–1 a 2–0 5–1
Final France Olympique Lyon 0–0 a.e.t. (6p–7p) (Wales Cardiff)

a First leg.

Records and statistics[edit]

Cristiane holds the club record for most goals in the UEFA Women's Champions League.

Club records[edit]

Appearances and goals[edit]

Players[edit]

As of the 2017–18 season.[1]
Sabrina Delannoy is the club's record appearance maker in the UEFA Women's Champions League.

Current 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 Poland GK Katarzyna Kiedrzynek
3 France DF Laure Boulleau
4 France DF Laura Georges
7 France MF Aminata Diallo
8 Brazil DF Érika
9 France FW Marie-Antoinette Katoto (fr)
10 Spain FW Jennifer Hermoso
11 France FW Kadidiatou Diani
12 Canada DF Ashley Lawrence
14 Spain DF Irene Paredes
15 Sweden DF Emma Berglund
No. Position Player
16 Chile GK Christiane Endler
17 France DF Eve Périsset (fr)
18 France FW Marie-Laure Delie
19 France MF Lina Boussaha
20 France DF Perle Morroni (fr)
21 Spain MF Verónica Boquete
24 Brazil MF Formiga
26 France MF Onema Grace Geyoro (fr)
27 Turkey FW Melike Pekel
28 Costa Rica MF Shirley Cruz (captain)
30 Germany GK Charlotte Voll

On loan[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
France MF Anissa Lahmari (fr) (to Paris FC until 30 June 2018)
No. Position Player
France MF Sana Daoudi (to Atlético Madrid until 30 June 2018)

Captains[edit]

Current PSG captain Shirley Cruz.
As of the 2016–17 season.[8]
No. Player Period
1 France Florence Freyermuth 2000–2004
2 France Laetitia Duffour 2004–2006
3 France Sabrina Delannoy 2006–2015
4 Sweden Caroline Seger 2015–2016
5 Costa Rica Shirley Cruz 2016–

Award winners[edit]

Notable players[edit]

The list below features footballers who have played at least 100 matches in all official competitions for PSG. Captains and players who have won prestigious individual awards while playing for the capital club are also included.[1][8]

Élise Bussaglia was named best player of the season with PSG in 2010–11.
Player Position Paris Saint-Germain Appearances Goals Source
France Sabrina Delannoy DF 2005–2017 314 32 [16]
France Laure Boulleau DF 2005– 209 16 [17]
France Nonna Debonne DF 2004–2014 186 8 [18]
France Candice Prévost FW 2003–2012 173 32 [19]
France Jessica Houara DF 2009–2016 171 16 [20]
France Caroline Pizzala MF 2007–2014 155 31 [21]
France Marie-Laure Delie FW 2007–2008
2013–
137 116 [22]
Costa Rica Shirley Cruz MF 2012– 127 30 [23]
France Bérangère Sapowicz GK 2003–2013 125 1 [24]
France Kenza Dali MF 2011–2016 122 44 [25]
France Laura Georges DF 2003–2004
2013–
119 10 [26]
Poland Katarzyna Kiedrzynek GK 2013– 81 0 [27]
France Élise Bussaglia MF 2009–2012 70 15 [28]
Brazil Cristiane FW 2015–2017 63 50 [29]
Sweden Caroline Seger MF 2014–2016 60 8 [30]
France Grace Geyoro (fr) MF 2014– 36 0 [31]
France Laetitia Duffour MF 2000–2006 51 4 [32]
France Florence Freyermuth MF 1991–1992
1995–2005
31 3 [33]

Club officials[edit]

First-team manager Patrice Lair.
First team manager Patrice Lair
Coordinator Sophie Perrichon
Physical trainers Jérémie Molton
Toru Ota
Goalkeeping coach Christophe Ott
Head doctors Régis Boxelé
Guillaume Capoen
Physiotherapist Gwenaëlle Pelé

Source: PSG.fr

Managers[edit]

As of the 2016–17 season.[8]
No. Manager Paris Saint-Germain Honours
1 France Sébastien Thierry 2000–2004 Division 2 Féminine (1)
2 France Cyril Combettes 2004–2007
3 France Éric Leroy 2007–2009
4 France Camille Vaz
France Karine Noilhan
2009–2010 Coupe de France Féminine (1)
5 France Camille Vaz 2010–2012
6 France Farid Benstiti 2012–2016
7 France Patrice Lair 2016–

References[edit]

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  21. ^ "Caroline Pizzala". Footofeminin.fr. Retrieved 26 February 2017. 
  22. ^ "Marie-Laure Delie". Footofeminin.fr. Retrieved 26 February 2017. 
  23. ^ "Shirley Cruz Traña". Footofeminin.fr. Retrieved 26 February 2017. 
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  25. ^ "Kenza Dali". Footofeminin.fr. Retrieved 26 February 2017. 
  26. ^ "Laura Georges". Footofeminin.fr. Retrieved 26 February 2017. 
  27. ^ "Katarzyna Kiedrzynek". Footofeminin.fr. Retrieved 5 June 2017. 
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  29. ^ "Cristiane Rozeira de Souza Silva". Footofeminin.fr. Retrieved 26 February 2017. 
  30. ^ "Caroline Seger". Footofeminin.fr. Retrieved 5 June 2017. 
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