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

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PSG's trophy room.

Paris Saint-Germain Football Club is a French professional association football club founded in 1970, and based in the city of Paris in France. The club's first team play in the highest tier of French football, the Ligue 1.[1] PSG holds many records, most notably being the only club to have never been relegated from Ligue 1,[2] and one of only two French clubs to have won a major European title.[3]

Moreover, the Red-and-Blues are the only club to have won the French League Cup four times in a row (2013–2017),[4] the only club to have won all four national titles in a single season (Ligue 1, French Cup, French League Cup and French Super Cup),[5] the only European club to have won all four national titles two seasons in a row (2014–15 and 2015–16),[6] the first team to have won a final at the Stade de France (1998 Coupe de la Ligue Final),[7] the only club to have won the French Cup without conceding a single goal (1992–93 and 2016–17),[8] and the youngest European club to have won a European trophy.[9]

Additionally, Paris SG is France's most successful football club in terms of trophies won, with 33.[10] Domestically, the Parisians have won six Ligue 1 titles, a record eleven French Cups, a record seven French League Cups, six French Super Cups and one Ligue 2 title. In international club football, they have won one UEFA Cup Winners' Cup and one UEFA Intertoto Cup.[11]

Since the club's inception, over 400 players have officially played for its first team,[12] most notably record appearance maker Jean-Marc Pilorget,[13] leading top scorer Zlatan Ibrahimović,[14] all-time assist leader Safet Sušić,[15] longest-serving captain Dominique Bathenay,[16] record transfer Edinson Cavani,[17] and Ballon d'Or winner George Weah.[18] Finally, notable club officials such as current president Nasser Al-Khelaifi and former manager Laurent Blanc are also included.[19]

Honours[edit]

As of the 2016–17 season.[11]

National titles[edit]

International titles[edit]

Competitive record[edit]

As of the 2016–17 season.[20]
Paris SG have played in the UEFA Champions League every season since returning in 2012–13.
Competition T S Pld W D L GF GA GD
National
Ligue 1 6 44 1652 747 452 453 2468 1801 +667
Ligue 2 1 2 68 38 18 12 133 73 +60
Division 3 0 1 30 17 8 5 67 27 +40
Coupe de France 11 47 220 152 27 41 437 195 +242
Coupe de la Ligue 7 23 66 47 5 14 122 59 +63
Trophée des Champions 6 10 10 5 4 1 15 7 +8
Total 31 127 2046 1006 514 526 3242 2162 +1080
International
UEFA Champions League 0 10 88 46 19 23 158 103 +55
UEFA Europa League 0 9 72 32 24 16 106 62 +44
UEFA Super Cup 0 1 2 0 0 2 2 9 −7
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1 6 38 24 6 8 66 27 +39
UEFA Intertoto Cup 1 1 8 5 3 0 20 3 +17
Total 2 27 208 107 52 49 352 204 +148
Overall total 33 154 2254 1113 566 575 3594 2366 +1228

Club records[edit]

Firsts[edit]

Wins[edit]

Defeats[edit]

Streaks[edit]

  • Longest unbeaten run in all competitions: 37 matches.[31]
  • Longest unbeaten run in Ligue 1: 36 matches (National Record).[32]
  • Longest unbeaten home run in all competitions: 32 matches.[33]
  • Longest unbeaten home run in Ligue 1: 39 matches.[34]
  • Longest unbeaten home run in UEFA competitions: 33 matches.[35]

Attendances[edit]

Club statistics[edit]

League competitions[edit]

Matches[edit]

Points[edit]

Goals[edit]

All competitions[edit]

Matches[edit]

  • Most matches played: 61 in 1994–95.[20]
  • Most wins: 47 in 2015–16.[20]
  • Fewest wins: 10 in 1971–72.[20]
  • Most draws: 22 in 2001–02 and 2010–11.[20]
  • Fewest draws: 7 in 1989–90.[20]
  • Most defeats: 23 in 1984–85.[20]
  • Fewest defeats: 3 in 1970–71.[20]

Goals[edit]

  • Most goals scored: 143 in 2015–16.[14]
  • Fewest goals scored: 38 in 1987–88.[20]
  • Most goals conceded: 88 in 1984–85.[20]
  • Fewest goals conceded: 29 in 1970–71.[20]
  • Highest goal difference: +112 in 2015–16.[20]
  • Lowest goal difference: −17 in 1971–72.[20]

Players[edit]

Appearances[edit]

Record appearance makers[edit]

Rank Player Appearances
1 France Jean-Marc Pilorget 435
2 France Sylvain Armand 380
3 Bosnia and Herzegovina Safet Sušić 344
4 France Paul Le Guen 344
5 France Bernard Lama 318
6 Algeria Mustapha Dahleb 310
7 France Blaise Matuidi 291
8 France Éric Renaut 290
9 France Joël Bats 285
10 France Dominique Baratelli 281

Goalscorers[edit]

Top scorers[edit]

Rank Player Goals
1 Sweden Zlatan Ibrahimović 156
2 Uruguay Edinson Cavani 130
3 Portugal Pauleta 109
4 France Dominique Rocheteau 100
5 Algeria Mustapha Dahleb 98
6 Republic of the Congo François M'Pelé 95
7 Bosnia and Herzegovina Safet Sušić 85
8 Brazil Raí 72
9 Argentina Carlos Bianchi 71
10 France Guillaume Hoarau 56

Assists[edit]

Assists leaders[edit]

Rank Player Assists
1 Bosnia and Herzegovina Safet Sušić 95
2 Algeria Mustapha Dahleb 80
3 Sweden Zlatan Ibrahimović 53
4 France Jérôme Rothen 52
5 Argentina Javier Pastore 50
6 Brazil Lucas Moura 44
7 France Dominique Rocheteau 42
8 Argentina Ángel Di María 40
9 Brazil Valdo 40
10 France Paul Le Guen 39

Captains[edit]

No. Player Period
1 France Jean Djorkaeff 1970–1972
2 France Jean-Pierre Dogliani 1973–1976
3 France Dominique Bathenay 1979–1985
4 France Luis Fernández 1985–1986
5 France Jean-Marc Pilorget 1986–1987
6 France Fabrice Poullain 1987–1988
7 Senegal Oumar Sène 1988–1990
8 Bosnia and Herzegovina Safet Sušić 1990–1991
9 France Paul Le Guen 1991–1994
10 France David Ginola 1994
11 France Alain Roche 1994–1996
12 Brazil Raí 1996–1998
No. Player Period
13 Italy Marco Simone 1998–1999
14 France Bernard Lama 1999–2000
15 Madagascar Éric Rabésandratana 2000
16 France Frédéric Déhu 2001
2003–2004
17 Argentina Mauricio Pochettino 2001–2003
18 France José-Karl Pierre-Fanfan 2004–2005
19 Portugal Pauleta 2005–2008
20 France Claude Makélélé 2008–2011
21 France Mamadou Sakho 2011–2012
22 France Christophe Jallet 2012
23 Brazil Thiago Silva 2012–

Transfers[edit]

In 2013, Paris Saint-Germain signed Uruguay striker Edinson Cavani from Napoli for a reported £55m (€64.5m). The deal made Cavani the most expensive transfer in French football history, eclipsing the £50m (€60m) that Monaco are reported to have paid Atlético Madrid for Colombia forward Radamel Falcao.[17]

  Fee broke the world football transfer record at the time of the transfer
  Fee broke the national club record
  Fee broke the record for a South American player
  Fee broke the record for an African player
  Fee broke the record for a teenager
Most expensive transfers of all time
R Player From To Fee (M £) Fee (M ) Year
1 France Paul Pogba Italy Juventus England Manchester United £89.3 €105 2016
4 Argentina Gonzalo Higuaín Italy Napoli Italy Juventus £75.3 €90 2016
13 Uruguay Cavani, EdinsonEdinson Cavani Italy Napoli France Paris Saint-Germain £55 €64.5 2013
25 France Martial, AnthonyAnthony Martial France Monaco England Manchester United £36 €51 2015
48 Senegal Mané, SadioSadio Mané England Southampton England Liverpool £34 €41 2016

Award winners[edit]

Several players have won prestigious individual awards for their performances with Paris Saint-Germain, most notably George Weah. The Liberian legend became the club's first and so far only Ballon d'Or and FIFA World Player of the Year in 1995.[18]

Club officials[edit]

Nasser Al-Khelaifi (left) and Laurent Blanc (right).

Presidents[edit]

Managers[edit]

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External links[edit]

Official websites