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Welcome to the page dedicated to the history of the Georges Lefevre Stadium!
Deeply rooted in the history of the Paris Saint-Germain club, discover what makes the Stade Georges Lefevre so unique, as well as the events that have forged its history over the years.
The Georges Lefevre municipal stadium, located in the forest of Saint-Germain en Laye, is linked to the history of the creation of Paris Saint-Germain.
Indeed, as soon as the Stade Saint-Germanois club, one of the entities behind the founding of the Parisian club in 1904 was founded, the first sports facilities of the omnisports stadium were built. For this reason, there are now about thirty fields for different sports on no less than twelve hectares.
During the first four years of Paris Saint-Germain, the soccer team welcomed its opponents on the main field of the Saint-Germanois Stadium before settling permanently in Paris, at the Parc des Princes, in 1974.
The Parisian team remained attached to the city of Saint-Germain en Laye and its stadium, which are part of its DNA. Thus, a large part of the structure of the Stade Georges Lefèvre hosts the club's training center, some European and championship matches of the women's section and also the Ooredoo training center of the men's section.
While every week, the doors of the stadium, accessible to Parisians, remain closed to polish the rough diamonds that train in it, on some weekends, the Stade Saint-Germanois opens its doors to Red and Blue fans. The Stade Saint-Germanois hosts the performances of Marie Antoinette Katoto and her teammates, as well as those of the best talents in the men's section such as Mamadou Sakho, Kingsley Coman, Presnel Kimpembé, Alphonse Areola and Christopher Nkunku.
Although the Parisian women have settled in their fiefdom in Bougival for training, the players of Paris Saint-Germain have made the main soccer field of the Stade Georges Lefevre, their privileged location.
Indeed, the Saint Germain en Laye Stadium has accompanied the Red and Blue since their debut. The latter witnessed the best moments of progression and evolution of the Women's section. It is also in this stadium that the team asserted itself and became a formidable national and European competitor. If Nadia Nadim and her teammates have also been playing at the Stade Jean Bouin for a few seasons now, that doesn't prevent them from returning to the Saint Germanois stadium to achieve great performances.
The Paris Saint-Germain training center has been located in the heart of the club's historic host city since 1975.
In the Georges Lefevre Stadium, young talents perform their first performances before being able to shine with the Parisian club's first team or in the major European championships. Commonly known as the "titis parisiens" ("Parisians titis"), these young footballers have the opportunity to play against the best of their generation thanks to the Youth League or the national amateur championship. The Germanois Stadium has witnessed the rise of future professional soccer stars through matches attended by Red and Blue fans.
A distance race for the second place of the championship, synonym of qualification in UEFA Women's Champions League, took place during most of the 2010-2011 season between Paris Saint-Germain and Montpellier Hérault Sport Club.
On the last day, a decisive confrontation between the two teams took place. It is the Parisian women who will manage to win and qualify for the Champions League by beating Montpellier Hérault 1-0 thanks to a penalty from its emblematic captain, Sabrina Delannoy, in the 88th last minute.
The 2015-16 edition marks the best course in the Youth League for the Parisian U19 team.
After having brilliantly taken the head of its group composed of Real Madrid, Malmö FC and Chakhtar Donetsk, the Parisians won in the 8th final against Middlesborough on the smallest of margins (1-0).
In the next round, they receive AS Roma at the Stade Georges Lefèvre and will win 3-1, thanks to the goals of Ballo-Touré, Meïté and Nkunku.
This victory opened the door to the final draw, which was played entirely in Nyon, Switzerland.
They will dominate Real Madrid in the semi-final (1-3), before falling in the final against Chelsea (1-2).
The young Parisians will win 3-2 against the Reds in this prestigious match.
Although nip and tuck with 13 points gained by the two teams in the group, the English will keep the first place. The european competition will unfortunately stop in the next round for the young Parisians, eliminated by the Germans of Hertha Berlin in the play-offs on the score of 2-1.
In this generation we found Ruiz-Atil, Kalimuendo-Muinga, Pembelé and Fadiga who will wear the jersey of the first team the following season.
Beyond the challenge of keeping Olympique Lyonnais at a distance, the 11th day of the D1 Arkema in the 2020-21 season was an opportunity for the emblematic Paris Saint-Germain Féminines striker to shine against Le Havre Football Club. Marie Antoinette Katoto scored her 100th goal for the Red and Blue at just 22 years old. In addition to having reached this milestone, the Parisian sealed her team's victory with a four-goal win over the Normans (5-0). On this exceptional occasion, President Nasser Al-Khelaïfi awarded her an honorary trophy.
During the 15th day of D1 Arkema, the Parisian women met the French team of Issy-les-Moulineaux. Thanks to a double from Kalidiatou Diani and goals from Luana and Marie Antoinette Katoto, Paris Saint-Germain defeated the Issy team with an impressive score of 4-0. This victory had a very special flavor, as the Rouge et Bleu reached a record of 60 games without a home defeat! A number that shows the efficiency of this team in the UEFA Women's Champions League and in the D1 Arkema.