Paris vs Dijon

Dijon Football Côte-d'Or in brief

Founded in 2006, the women's section of Dijon Football Côte-d'Or has continued to evolve since its inception, focusing on training. The team discovered Division 1 Arkema under the leadership of Yannick Chandioux, at the end of a historic 2017-18 season punctuated by the first place in Division 2 Group B.

The club has been chaired since 2016 by Sébastien Larcier, a former player with Dijon Football Côte-d'Or between 2003 and 2008.

In 2011 and while they were in Division 2, the Dijon women achieved what remains to this day their best result on a national level with a French Cup semi-final.

At the end of the 2019-20 D1 Arkema season, the team finished in 9th position, behind Reims and Fleury.

The Parisian women against Dijon

On October 20th, 2018, Paris Saint-Germain played Dijon Football Côte-d'Or for the first time on Division 1 Arkema matchday 7. The Red and Blue won 2-0 with goals from Diani and Katoto. The Parisian women had again won 2-0 in Dijon on Matchday 18, thanks to goals from Diallo and Baltimore.

On 2019-20 D1 Arkema matchday 3, the capital's players beat Dijon 4-0 with goals from Baltimore and Diani.

Kadidiatou Diani was the first player in the history of Paris Saint-Germain to score against Dijon.

Players to follow

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Jordyn Huitema

Striker 08/05/2001
Born on May 8th, 2001, in Chilliwack, British Columbia (Canada), Jordyn Huitema is a Canadian international forward. She started playing football with Chilliwack FC at the age of 4. As a teenager, she joined the Vancouver Whitecaps academy. Used to playing for youth teams, she joined the Canadian senior team for the first time at the age of 16. She joined the club on July 1st, 2019, and scored her first goal in the D1 Arkema on matchday 3 against Dijon (4-0 victory).
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Elise Bussaglia

Midfielder 24/07/1985
Born on July 24th, 1985, in Sedan, Elise Bussaglia plays for Dijon Football Côte d'Or since January 2019. Formed at the US Flize, she was elected best Division 1 Arkema player in 2011 during her time at Paris Saint-Germain. A two-time finalist in the Champions League, in 2013 with Olympique Lyonnais and in 2016 with Wolfsburg, she won her first German Cup in 2016 and then the Spanish Cup with Barcelona in 2018. Elise Bussaglia took part in three World Cups, including the one ended in July 2019, where she made her debut as a starting player four times. At the end of the 2019 World Cup, which took place on French territory, she announced her international retirement after 192 caps for Les Bleues.

Le Stade des Poussots

Since the creation of the club in 1988, the Stade des Poussots has been the venue of choice for Dijon Football Côte-d'Or. Located in the heart of the training centre for professional teams, the complex also hosts all the Dijon club's youth teams. The pitch has a covered side stand and an artificial turf pitch.

204 rue d’Auxonne
21 000 Dijon
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Practical information
Located on the southern outskirts of the city along the Suzon river, the Stade des Poussots is easily accessible by car, with numerous parking spaces in the vicinity.