Paris vs Fleury

FC Fleury 91 in brief

The result of a merger with FCF Val d'Orge in 2017, the Football Club de Fleury 91 and its women's section discovered Division 1 Arkema at the dawn of the 2017-18 season after winning the Division 2 title the previous season. Along with Paris Saint-Germain, Paris Football Club and Issy-les-Moulineaux, it is the third club in the Paris region to play in the elite French football league.

Fleury's players play in their traditional Red and Black jerseys. The club's slogan, which appears on the logo, is as follows: nothing is impossible to a valiant heart.

The women's section has been coached by David Fanzel since 2019, having previously played for FC Metz.

At the end of D1 Arkema's 2019-20 season, the club finished in 7th place behind Guingamp and Paris FC.

The Parisian women against Fc Fleury

In the 2018-19 season and in their first meeting, the Red and Black lost at home by a score of 1-0. The Parisian women had hosted FC Fleury 91 on Division 1 Arkema matchday 17, Olivier Echouafni's players brilliantly winning 4-0.

On October 12th, 2019, the Red and Blue moved to Fleury on matchday 5. The Parisian women won 2-0 with a goal from Kadidiatou Diani.

The Paris - Fleury meeting, cancelled due to COVID-19, was to be the last day of D1 Arkema 2019 - 2020

Players to follow

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Sara Däbritz

Midfielder 15/02/1995
Born on February 15th, 1995, in Amberg, Germany, Sara Däbritz is a German international playing in midfield. After eight seasons in the Bundesliga, first with SC Freiburg for four seasons and then with Bayern Munich, she joined Paris Saint-Germain in the summer of 2019. For her first season in Paris, she started off very strong, scoring three goals in the first five games. Proof of her ability to attack from the outset, her third goal came in the 4th minute during the trip to Fleury.
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Marina Makanza

Midfielder 01/07/1991
Born on July 1st, 1991 in La Tronche in Isère, Marina Makanza began her professional career with AS Saint-Etienne in 2008. After two seasons, the French footballer left France to join German club SC Fribourg, where she became D2 (2.Bundesliga) champion. Then, she signed for Montpellier HSC, Nîmes and Paris FC, with whom she played for two seasons before joining FC Fleury in the summer of 2019. International with Les Bleues, she started to play for the French national team on Februray 28th, 2012 against Switzerland.

Stade Auguste Gentelet

With a covered side stand, the arena hosts Division 1 Arkema and Fleury 91 Football Club French Cup matches. The men's section, which plays in CFA, is also used to playing Auguste Gentelet.

18 Allée des Droits de l’Homme
91 700 Fleury-Mérogis
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Practical information
Located on the edge of the N104 and the A6, the stadium is accessible by car and public transport, at the Grigny-Centre RER D stop.