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Founded in 1968, the women section of Stade de Reims is a pioneer in the development of women's football. Indeed, the Stade de Reims team took part in the Division 1 Arkema championship in 1974 and was a finalist in the first eight editions, with 5 French championship titles to its name. However, after a decline in the women's section in the départemental division, the club had a financial settlement in 1992.
It was not until 2014 that a women's team was re-established in Reims, coached by Florent Ghisolfi. In the 2018-19 season, the women from Reims won the French Division 2 title, joining the D1 Arkema championship at the dawn of the 2019-20 season. For their return to the elite of the French championship, the Stade de Reims finished in a convincing 8th place, ahead of Dijon and Soyaux.
The team has been coached since 2017 by Amandine Miquel, a former professional player who played for Chelsea and Juvisy.
On November 23rd, 2019, on Division 1 Arkema matchday 10, the Parisian women won 3-1 at the Auguste-Delaune stadium thanks to goals from Diani, Geyoro and Dudek.
Opposed to Stade de Reims in D1 Arkema on September 25th, 2020, the Parisians have been victorious 4 - 0, with goals from Diani, Nadim and Bruun.
The receipt of Stade de Reims would have been one of the last meetings for PSG women team at Jean Bouin for the 2019-20 season.
The stadium where the players of the Stade de Reims train and play is located within a large sports complex. Some major matches of the women's team are played at the Auguste Delaune stadium, such as the match Stade de Reims Féminines - Paris Saint-Germain on November 23rd, 2019.
The complex was built to accommodate large numbers of spectators and has 500 parking spaces, as well as a bus stop near the stadium.