|Full name||Tristan Dingomé|
|Date of birth||17 February 1991|
|Place of birth||Les Ulis, France|
|Height||1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)|
|Playing position||Left back|
|2013–2014||→ Le Havre (loan)||31||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 1 July 2016
Born in Les Ulis, France to a Cameroonian father, Dingomé began his football career at US Palaiseau as a youth before, in 2006, he was signed by AS Monaco and signed his first professional contract with the club. While growing up, Dingomé idolised Shabani Nonda and supported Liverpool and Paris Saint-Germain. Dingomé spend 5 years in the youth career before being promoted by Laurent Banide to the first team in Ligue 2 after the club was relegated.
Dingomé made his professional debut on 17 October 2011 in a league match against Guingamp. He scores his first goal with Monaco in a French cup match against Alès. Dingomé then since established himself in the starting eleven for AS Monaco during the first half of the season and develops assists but due to poor performance which led the club into 20th place and now in danger of a second successive relegation.
However, new arrivals in January Transfer like Andreas Wolf, Nacer Barazite, Ibrahima Touré, Danijel Subašić, Ammar Jemal, Alexandros Tziolis, Vladimir Koman, Nabil Dirar and Georgios Tzavelas begin to put Dingomé in the pecking order and fight for his place despite having more playing time. On 18 January 2012, Dingomé scored his first professional league goal against Amiens in a 2–1 win which he scored a winning goal. Despite first team troubles, Dingomé signed a new contract with the club that kept him until 2015.
After making sixteen appearance in the 2012–13 season, Monaco were promoted back to Ligue 1 after two-year absence. Dingomé signed another contract extension, that will keep him until 2016. Shortly after that, Dingomé joined Le Havre on a season long loan and was given number 12 shirt. Under the management of Erick Mombaerts, Dingomé's playing time increased and he made thirty appearances.
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- "Tristan DINGOME transféré au RMP !". rmp-foot.be (in French). 17 July 2014. Retrieved 18 July 2014.