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The women's section of Paris Football Club was founded in 1971, two years after the creation of the Parisian club. The team entered Division 1 Arkema for the first time in its history in 1980, after a long battle at the regional level.
On March 26th, 2017, President Pierre Ferracci made official the merger with FCF Juvisy-Essonne, which was then absorbed by Paris Football Club.
The flagship club of the 1990s and 2000s, Paris Football Club won the French Championship title six times, as well as the French Cup in 2005. The best performance of the Ile-de-France women in the Champions League to date remains a semi-final in 2013, eliminated by Olympique Lyonnais of Eugénie Le Sommer.
At the end of the 2019-20 season of D1 Arkema, Paris FC finished 5th in the ranking, behind Montpellier and Bordeaux.
During the 2018-19 season, on Division 1 Arkema matchday 2, the Red and Blue won 5 - 1, thanks to five different strikers. On Matchday 13, the Parisian women won again in Bondoufle with 3 goals to 1, including a double from Kadidiatou Diani.
On October 19th, 2019, the Parisian women played host to Paris FC at the Stade Jean Bouin on Matchday 6. Marie-Antoinette Katoto and her teammates won 2-0 thanks to a double from the latter. The Red and Blue won again in the return match in Bondoufle by 3-0 thanks to goals from Katoto, Khelifi and Lawrence on Matchday 12.
During their double confrontation in 2019-20 D1 Arkema, the Paris FC players failed to score a goal against Paris Saint-Germain.
Located in the town of Bondoufle in Essonne, the Stade Robert Bobin is the official venue of the Paris Football Club. The stadium is called in honour of Robert Bobin, former French international athlete, national technical director and president of the French Athletics Federation. Inaugurated in 1993 on the occasion of the Jeux de la Francophonie, the stadium can accommodate 18,850 spectators, including 4,500 in covered seats.
Located alongside the N104 and the A6, the enclosure is easily accessible by car, as well as by public transport, notably via the RER D at the Evry - Courcouronnes and Orangis - Bois de l'Epine stations.