Paris vs Guingamp

En Avant Guingamp in brief

The women's section of En Avant Guingamp is the leading football club in Brittany. Founded in 1971 under the name of Saint Brieuc Sporting Club, the club was successively named Saint-Brieuc FF then Stade Briochin until 2011, before being absorbed by the professional club En Avant Guingamp.

In terms of honours, the club won one Division 1 Arkema title in 1989, as well as ten victories in the Brittany Cup.

The team has been coached since the summer of 2018 by Frédéric Biancalani, a former professional player and coach of the Guingampais U17s.

At the end of the 2019-20 season of D1 Arkema, the players of En Avant Guingamp finished in 6th place in the rankings.

The Parisian women against Guingamp

On November 3rd, 2019, the Parisian women received the Guingampaises on matchday 8. The players from the capital city were unable to make the difference against EA Guingamp, final score 1-1. In the return match in Brittany on February 22nd, the Red and Blue won 4-1 thanks to four different scorers : Diani, Lawrence, Geyoro and Baltimore.

On September 5th, 2020, the Red and Blue were receiving En Avant Guingamp on 2020-21 D1 Arkema matchday 1. With 3 goals from Kadidiatou Diani and 1 from Marie-Antoinette Katoto, the Parisians went victorious 4 - 1 at Georges Lefèvre Stadium.

En Avant Guingamp is one of the few teams to have earned 1 point at Paris Saint-Germain in 2019-20.

Players to follow


Sandy Baltimore

Midfielder 19/02/2000
Born on February 19th, 2000 in Colombes in the Hauts-de-Seine, Sandy Baltimore is an international player, 20 years old, French, playing as a midfielder. Trained at Paris Saint-Germain, she made her debut at the highest level at the age of 15. She scored unknowingly the last goal of the Parisian women's D1 Arkema season against Guingamp (90th) on February 22nd, 2020, in a 4-1 victory.

Louise Fleury

Striker 08/08/1997
Born on August 8th, 1997, in L'Aigle, Louise Fleury turned professional in 2013 with En Avant Guingamp, after having done her training in her native Normandy. A resolutely offensive player, she discovered Division 1 during the 2013 - 2014 season, when she was only 16 years old. Revealed at a very early age at the highest level, she was selected by Les Bleuettes in u19 and u20, with whom she reached the World Cup final in 2016 alongside Parisian Marie-Antoinette Katoto.

Le Stade Fred Aubert

Inaugurated in 1990, the Fred Aubert Stadium, named after the first president of the Stade Briochin, is the official enclosure for the women of the En Avant Guingamp. The stadium has a total capacity of nearly 2,500, as well as two covered side stands. On May 8th, 2008, the French team played Serbia in a qualifying match for the 2009 European Championship.

31 rue Joseph Le Brix
22 000 Saint-Brieuc
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Practical information
Located on the periphery of the RN12 linking Brest to Rennes, the site is easily accessible by car, as well as by train from the TER - TGV station in Saint-Brieuc.