Paris FC is a French women's football club based in Viry-Châtillon, a suburb of Paris. The club is the female section of Ligue 2 men's club Paris FC. The club was founded in 1971 and currently play in the Division 1 Féminine, the first division of women's football in France. The club has played in the first division since 1987.[1]

Paris FC
Full nameParis Football Club Féminines
Founded1971 as ES Juvisy-sur-Orge
1985 as FCF Juvisy Essonne
2017 as Paris FC
GroundStade Robert Bobin, Bondoufle
Capacity18,850
PresidentMarie-Christine Terroni
ManagerSandrine Soubeyrand
LeagueD1 Féminine
2018–195th
WebsiteClub website

Paris FC was founded in 1971 as Étoile Sportive de Juvisy-sur-Orge, the women's football section of local club ES Juvisy, based in Juvisy-sur-Orge. After 14 years, the section split from the club, formed its own club under the name Football Club Féminin Juvisy Essonne and moved to the commune of Viry-Châtillon. Despite moving from Juvisy-sur-Orge, the women's club retained the name FCF Juvisy amid financial backing and support from the commune and the General Council of Essonne.[2][3] In the 1991–92 season, Juvisy won its first ever Division 1 Féminine championship. Between the years 1994–2003, the club won four league titles and later won a Challenge de France title in 2005 making Juvisy one of the most successful clubs in women's French football. Juvisy was a regular participant in the UEFA Women's Cup and, in the 2010–11 season, made its first appearance in the re-branded UEFA Women's Champions League. On 6 July 2017, FCF Juvisy was sold to Paris FC as its female section and moved from an amateur structure to a full-time professional setup.[4]

The club is managed by Emmanuel Beauchet and captained by French international Gaëtane Thiney. Retired footballer Sandrine Soubeyrand is the all-time leader in caps by a French international and has made more than 200 appearances for Juvisy. One of the club's other notable players include Marinette Pichon. Pichon is the women's national team all-time leading goalscorer.[1]

PlayersEdit

Current squadEdit

As of 9 August 2019.

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

No. Position Player
1   GK Camille Pecharman
2   DF Caroline Pimentel
8   MF Alice Benoît
9   FW Mathilde Bourdieu
10   DF Anaïg Butel
11   FW Clara Matéo
12   MF Oriane Jean-Francois
13   DF Marith Priessen
14   FW Cindy Ferreira
16   GK Natascha Honegger
17   FW Gaëtane Thiney (captain)
18   MF Coumba Sow
No. Position Player
19   DF Théa Greboval
20   FW Linda Sällström
21   DF Celya Barclais
22   MF Sophie Vaysse
23   FW Eseosa Aigbogun
26   MF Melanie Ribeiro De Carvalho
27   DF Julie Soyer
28   FW Camille Catala
29   DF Claire Savin
30   GK Emilie Wallet
32   MF Charlotte Villetard
35   DF Lou Bénard

Former notable playersEdit

HonoursEdit

TitlesEdit

OfficialEdit

Winners (6):1991–92, 1993–94, 1995–96, 1996–97, 2002–03, 2005–06
Winners (1): 2005

InvitationalEdit

Winners (1): 1993

National competition recordEdit

Season Division Place Coupe de France Top scorer/s
1980–81 2 (Gr. A) 0?
1981–82 2 (Gr. A) 0?
1982–83 1 (Gr. C) 03rd
1983–84 1 (Gr. C) 02nd
1984–85 1 (Gr. C) 05th
1985–86 1 02nd
1986–87 1 (Gr. F) 04th
1987–88 1 (Gr. A) 04th
1988–89 1 (Gr. A) 03rd
1989–90 1 03rd
1990–91 1 03rd
1991–92 1 01st
1992–93 1 02nd
1993–94 1 01st
1994–95 1 03rd
1995–96 1 01st
1996–97 1 01st
1997–98 1 02nd
1998–99 1 03rd
1999–00 1 02nd
2000–01 1 02nd
2001–02 1 02nd Semifinals (14) Tonazzi
2002–03 1 01st Semifinals (16) Mugneret, Provost, Tonazzi
2003–04 1 03rd Quarterfinals (14) Tonazzi
2004–05 1 02nd Champion (38) Pichon
2005–06 1 01st Semifinals (36) Pichon
2006–07 1 03rd Round of 16 (16) Tonazzi
2007–08 1 02nd Semifinals (22) Tonazzi
2008–09 1 03rd Semifinals (15) Tonazzi
2009–10 1 02nd Semifinals (12) Tonazzi
2010–11 1 04th Semifinals (20) Tonazzi
2011–12 1 02nd Round of 16 (14) Thiney
2012–13 1 03rd Round of 16 (13) Thiney
2013-14 1 03rd Semifinals (25) Thiney

Record in UEFA competitionsEdit

All results (away, home and aggregate) list Juvisy's goal tally first.

Season Round Club Away Home Aggregate Scorers
2003-2004 Second qualifying round   UCD 6–1 Bourdille-Mendes 2, Tonazzi 2, Perraudeau
  Wrocław 3–0 Soubeyrand 2, Guilbert
  Kolbotn (Host) 1–2 Perraudeau
2006-2007 First qualifying round   Klaksvík 6–0 Pichon 2, Gwenaëlle Butel, Lacroix, Moresco, Tonazzi
  Espanyol Barcelona 0–1
  Hibernian Edinburgh (Host) 6–0 Tonazzi 3, Pichon 2, Lacroix
2010-2011 Qualifying round   Târgu Mureș 5–1 Tonazzi 3, Lebailly, Trimoreau
  Levadia Tallinn 12–0 Machart 4, Lebailly 2, Pourtalet 2, Bourdille-Mendes, Fernandes, Soubeyrand, Thiney
  Breiðablik Kópavogur (Host) 3–3 Bourdille-Mendes, Coquet, Machart
Round of 32   Breiðablik Kópavogur 3–0 a 6–0 9–0 Soubeyrand, Thiney 2, Tonazzi 2, Machart 3, Coquet
Round of 16   Torres Sassari 2–1 a 2–2 a.e.t. 4–3 Tonazzi 3, Coquet
Quarter-final   Turbine Potsdam 2–6 0–3 a 2–9 Tonazzi, Thiney
2012-2013 Round of 32   FC Zürich 1–1 a 1–0 2–1 Thiney 2
Round of 16   Stabæk Bærum 0–0 a 2–1 2–1 Cayman, Soubeyrand
Quarter-final   Kopparbergs/Göteborg 3–1 1–0 a 4–1 Machart, Catala 2, Cayman
Semi-final   Olympique Lyon 0–3 a 1–6 1–9 Diani

a First leg.

GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Historique". FCF Juvisy. Football Club Feminin de Juvisy sur Orge. Retrieved 12 July 2010.
  2. ^ "Les joueuses de Juvisy veulent leur revanche". Conseil général de l'Essonne. Essonne.fr. 11 February 2010. Archived from the original on 28 December 2011. Retrieved 11 October 2011.
  3. ^ "Football Club Feminin de Juvisy" (PDF). FCF Juvisy. Football Club Feminin de Juvisy sur Orge. Archived from the original (PDF) on 10 July 2011. Retrieved 12 July 2010.
  4. ^ "Le FCF Juvisy Essonne et le Paris FC ne font plus qu'un !". FCF Juvisy. 6 July 2017. Retrieved 7 July 2017.

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