Paris Saint-Germain Youth Academy

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Paris Saint-Germain Youth Academy
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Founded 1974; 43 years ago (1974)
Ground Stade Municipal Georges Lefèvre
Ground Capacity 3,500
Chairman Jean-François Pien
Website Club home page

The Paris Saint-Germain Youth Academy is the youth system of Paris Saint-Germain. The Camp des Loges in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, near Paris, serves as the home facility for the capital club's youth sides, which play their home matches at the Stade Municipal Georges Lefèvre.[1]

Since the academy's inception in 1974, many graduates have gone on to sign professional contracts with Paris SG or other clubs. Recognized by the French Football Federation as one of the best in the country, the PSG Youth Academy holds the Category 1, Class A rating,[1] and has been ranked best youth club in the 1988–1989, 2010–20115, 2012–2013 and 2013–2014 seasons.[2]

Domestically, the teams of the PSG Youth Academy have won four U19 league titles, three Paris Cups, two U17 league titles, one Gambardella Cup and one U16 league title. In international club football, the U19 side reached the final of the 2015–16 UEFA Youth League.[1]

Organization[edit]

The objective of the PSG Youth Academy is to produce elite football players while offering them an adapted and complete scholarly education. Thanks to a series of partnerships with clubs in the Île-de-France region, the academy regularly accepts promising new footballing talents on the advice of recruiters. The Camp des Loges serves as the home facility for the academy. The youngsters train and play on both grass and artificial pitches at the Stade Municipal Georges Lefèvre.[1]

The academy offers five kinds of player contracts (elite, trainees, apprentices, aspiring and amateur) for a total of 70 players divided into three training squads (CFA, U19 and U17) in five age categories (15 to 19 years). The students' education is assured by CFA Omnisports. Former PSG Youth Academy graduate Thierry Morin, who played for the club's first-team from 1975 to 1986, is the director of CFA Omnisports.[1]

Honours[edit]

National titles[edit]

  • Championnat National U19 [1]
    • Winners (4): 2005–06, 2009–10, 2010–11, 2015–16
  • Coupe de Paris
    • Winners (3): 1972, 1973, 1980
  • Championnat National U17 [1]
    • Winners (2): 2010–11, 2015–16
  • Coupe Gambardella [1]
    • Winners (1): 1990–91
  • Championnat National des Cadets U16 [1]
    • Winners (1): 1987–88

Friendly tournaments[edit]

Current squads[edit]

As of the 2016–17 season.[4][5][6]

CFA[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 GK Leonard Aggoune
France GK Thomas Chesneau
France GK Sébastien Cibois
France DF Fodé Ballo Toure
France DF Dylan Batubinsika
France DF Anthony Brydges
France DF Colin Dagba
Cameroon DF Félix Eboa Eboa
France DF Alec Georgen
France DF Abdoulaye Konaté
French Guiana DF Kévin Rimane
France DF Makan Traoré
No. Position Player
France DF Harold Voyer
France DF Dan-Axel Zagadou
France MF Antoine Bernede
France MF Lorenzo Callegari
France MF Yohan Demoncy
France MF Nathan Epaillard
France MF Roli Pereira de Sa
France MF Bryan Labissiere
France MF Gaëtan Robail
France FW Samuel Essende
France FW Bardou Mapeja
France FW Mayingila N'Zuzi Mata

U19[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 GK Garissone Innocent
France GK Will-Cesaire Matimbou
France DF Mahamadou Dembélé
France DF Tom Flamant
France DF Arnaoud-Nkodi Luzayadio
France DF Fahad Mohamed
France DF Mathis Pascal
France MF Yacine Adli
France MF Emmanuel Attah
France MF Kévin Cabral
No. Position Player
France MF Moussa Diaby
France MF Claudio Gomes
France MF Stanley Nsoki
France MF Boubakary Soumaré
France MF Azzeddine Toufiqui
France FW Rémi Cabral
France FW Théo Epailly
France FW Alexis Giacomini
Turkey FW Metehan Güçlü
United States FW Timothy Weah

U17[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 GK Pierre Ouvry
France GK Yanis Saïdani
France GK Trey Vimalin
France DF Abdourahmane Barry
France DF Ruben Gatta
Belgium DF Richard Makutungu
France DF Moussa Sissako
France DF Arthur Zagre
France MF Lucas Bernadou
France MF Eric Junior Dina Ebimbe
France MF Bandiougou Fadiga
France MF Niels-Curtis Fiawoo
France MF Lucas Maronnier
France MF Idriss Mzaouiyani
No. Position Player
France MF Raphaël Nya
France MF Massinissa Oufella
France MF Ruben Providence
France MF Aliou Badara Traoré
France MF Omar Yaisien
France MF Romaric Yapi
France FW Tanguy Coulibaly
France FW Alexandre Fressange
France FW Maxen Kapo
France FW Loïc Mbe Soh
France FW Alassane Meïté
France FW Virgiliu Postolachi
France FW Fabio Torres

Management[edit]

Board members[edit]

Director Jean-François Pien
Technical director Carles Romagosa
Administrative director Frank Bentolila
Education director Thierry Morin
Assistant Edwige Grimal

Source: PSG.fr

Technical staff[edit]

CFA manager François Rodrigues
U19 manager Hervé Guégan
U17 manager Laurent Huard
Goalkeeping coaches Jean-Luc Aubert, Alfred Dossou-Yovo
Fitness coaches Aurélien Denotti, Damien Lopez, Vincent Paris, Mickael Simao

Source: PSG.fr

Medical staff[edit]

Doctors Laurent Aumont, Stéphane Cascua
Physiotherapists Maxime Boucher, Grégory Delente, Cédric Dupuis
Assistant Sandrine Jarzaguet

Source: PSG.fr

Notable graduates[edit]

As of the 2015–16 season.

Since the inception of the Paris Saint-Germain Youth Academy, 110 graduates have officially played at least one official match for the club's first-team.[1] Only 17 of them have played more than 100 matches.[7]

Adrien Rabiot (right).

100+ appearances[edit]

Player Position Paris Saint-Germain Appearances Goals Source
France Jean-Marc Pilorget DF 1975–1989 435 17 [8]
France Éric Renaut DF 1972–1982 290 36 [9]
France Luis Fernández MF 1978–1986 273 39 [10]
France Jean-Claude Lemoult MF 1977–1986 266 11 [11]
France Franck Tanasi DF 1978–1991 254 0 [12]
France Clément Chantôme MF 2006–2013,
2014–2015
249 10 [13]
France Francis Llacer DF 1989–1996,
1997–1999,
2001–2003
248 4 [14]
France Mamadou Sakho DF 2006–2013 201 7 [15]
France Thierry Morin DF 1975–1986 174 1 [16]
France Jérôme Leroy MF 1996–2000,
2001–2004
166 12 [17]
France Dominique Lokoli DF 1974–1979 149 2 [18]
France Pierre Ducrocq MF 1994–1996,
1997–2001
148 3 [19]
France Pierre Reynaud MF 1986–1994 125 4 [20]
France Philippe Col DF 1978–1983 119 1 [21]
France Adrien Rabiot MF 2012– 118 13 [22]
France Didier Domi DF 1995–1999,
2000–2003
114 1 [23]
France Amara Simba FW 1986–1993 109 22 [24]

50–99 appearances[edit]

Player Position Paris Saint-Germain Appearances Goals Source
France Pascal Nouma FW 1989–1992,
1994–1996
95 14 [25]
France Thierry Bacconnier DF 1982–1988 95 2 [26]
France François Brisson FW 1975–1981 87 7 [27]
Algeria Liazid Sandjak MF 1986–1992 85 8 [28]
Albania Lorik Cana MF 2002–2005 81 2 [29]
France Yannick Guillochon DF 1982–1985 77 2 [30]
Nigeria Bartholomew Ogbeche FW 2001–2005 75 8 [31]
France Nicolas Anelka FW 1995–1997,
2000–2002
69 19 [32]
France Lionel Justier MF 1975–1978 58 7 [33]
France Bernard Allou MF 1994– 1998 58 5 [34]
France Jean-Christophe Bahebeck FW 2010– 53 6 [35]
Haiti Jean-Eudes Maurice FW 2008–2012 53 3 [36]

1–49 appearances[edit]

Player Position Paris Saint-Germain Appearances Goals Source
Senegal Younousse Sankharé MF 2007–2010 47 1 [37]
France Bernard Bureau FW 1978–1981 46 11 [38]
France Sylvain Distin DF 2000–2001 45 0 [39]
France Guy Nosibor FW 1973–1979 44 6 [40]
Tunisia Selim Benachour MF 2000–2005 44 2 [41]
Senegal Boukary Dramé DF 2003–2007 38 0 [42]
Democratic Republic of the Congo Granddi Ngoyi MF 2007–2011 35 0 [43]
France Didier Toffolo DF 1979–1984 35 0 [44]
France Loris Arnaud FW 2007–2010 30 4 [45]
France Tripy Makonda DF 2008–2011 28 0 [46]
France Gérard Cenzatto DF 1974–1977 28 0 [47]
France Michel Bensoussan GK 1974–1980 27 0 [48]
France Vincent Fernandez GK 1994–1997 26 0 [49]
France David N'Gog FW 2006–2008 25 3 [50]
Cameroon Patrick M'Boma FW 1994–1995,
1996–1997
24 6 [51]
France Patrice Marquet MF 1984–1989 24 2 [52]
Albania Edvin Murati MF 1997–2000 24 1 [53]
France Grégory Paisley DF 1997–2001 23 1 [54]
Democratic Republic of the Congo Youssouf Mulumbu MF 2006–2009 22 0 [55]
France Thierry Tinmar DF 1984–1985 22 0 [56]
France Jean-Luc Vasseur DF 1986–1992 21 0 [57]
France Bernard Moraly MF 1975–1978 21 0 [58]
France Jean-Kévin Augustin FW 2014– 17 1 [59]
France Pierre Bajoc DF 1973–1980 17 0 [60]
France Hervin Ongenda FW 2012–2017 16 2 [61]
France Gilles Cardinet MF 1979–1985 16 1 [62]
France Jean-Michel Badiane DF 2004–2006 15 1 [63]
France Dominique Berthaud DF 1975–1976 15 0 [64]
France Richard Dutruel GK 1991–1993,
1995–1996
14 0 [65]
France Philippe Jean MF 1978–1979 14 0 [66]
Democratic Republic of the Congo Larrys Mabiala DF 2007–2009 12 1 [67]
France Rudy Haddad MF 2004–2006 12 0 [68]
France David Rinçon FW 1989–1992 12 0 [69]
France Hervé Porquet FW 1977–1979 11 2 [70]
France Pascal Havet DF 1984–1985 10 0 [71]
France Presnel Kimpembe DF 2014– 10 0 [72]
Democratic Republic of the Congo Neeskens Kebano MF 2010–2012 9 1 [73]
France Gilles Brisson DF 1977–1978 8 0 [74]
France Gaël Hiroux FW 1999–2001 7 2 [75]
France Jonathan Ikoné MF 2016– 7 0 [76]
France Christopher Nkunku MF 2015– 6 0 [77]
France Claude Barrabé GK 1986–1988 6 0 [78]
Ivory Coast Franck Dja Djédjé FW 2003–2006 5 0 [79]
France Fabrice Abriel MF 1999–2001 5 0 [80]
France Roméo Calenda MF 1993–1997 5 0 [81]
France Alain Préfaci MF 1981–1984 5 0 [82]
Ivory Coast Yannick Boli FW 2007–2008 4 1 [83]
France Dominique Barberat MF 1975–1977 4 1 [84]
France Kingsley Coman MF 2012–2014 4 0 [85]
Algeria Florian Makhedjouf MF 2010–2011 3 0 [86]
France Maxime Partouche MF 2007–2009 3 0 [87]
Democratic Republic of the Congo Chiguy Lucau FW 2002–2004 3 0 [88]
France Fabrice Kelban DF 1997–2001 3 0 [89]
Cameroon Fabrice Moreau MF 1984–1989 3 0 [90]
France Olivier Martinez DF 1984–1988 3 0 [91]
France Laurent Pimond FW 1984–1986 2 1 [92]
Togo Pierre-Antoine Dossevi FW 1975–1976 2 1 [93]
France Alphonse Areola GK 2012– 2 0 [94]
France Loïck Landre DF 2010–2012 2 0 [95]
France Samuel Piètre MF 2001–2007 2 0 [96]
France Stéphane Persol DF 1981–1988 2 0 [97]
Ivory Coast Yakou Meité FW 2015–2016 1 0 [98]
France Kévin Rimane DF 2015– 1 0 [99]
France Lorenzo Callegari MF 2016– 1 0 [100]
France Alec Georgen DF 2016– 1 0 [101]
France Timothée Taufflieb FW 2015–2016 1 0 [102]
France Jeremi Kimmakon MF 2014–2015 1 0 [103]
Mali Kalifa Traoré DF 2013–2014 1 0 [104]
France Antoine Conte DF 2012–2013 1 0 [105]
Morocco Yacine Qasmi FW 2010–2011 1 0 [106]
Tunisia Hocine Ragued MF 2005–2006 1 0 [107]
Ivory Coast Sol Bamba DF 2004–2005 1 0 [108]
Algeria Djamel Belmadi MF 1995–1996 1 0 [109]
France Jean-Claude Fernandes MF 1993–1994 1 0 [110]
France Thomas Kokkinis GK 1990–1991 1 0 [111]
France Franck Vandecasteele FW 1984–1985 1 0 [112]
France Sylvain Bied GK 1984–1985 1 0 [113]
France Jean-Luc Girard MF 1984–1985 1 0 [114]
France Franck Mérelle GK 1978–1985 1 0 [115]
France Patrick Grappin DF 1979–1980 1 0 [116]
France Mario Mongelli FW 1978–1979 1 0 [117]

See also[edit]

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External links[edit]

Official websites