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Founded in 1901, Stade Rennais Football Club are the pride and joy of Rennes, the capital of the Brittany region. Nicolas Holveck is the President of the club since March 18th, 2020. On March 4th, 2021, the club revealed the name of its new coach: Bruno Genesio, former coach of Olympique Lyonnais between 2015 and 2019. In terms of honours, Stade Rennais have succeeded in French Cup in three occasions, in 1965, 1971 and 2019, and have taken part in two UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup competitions, three UEFA Cups, one UEFA Europe League and one Champions League.
After a convincing 2019-20 season, the club finished 3rd in the ranking, behind Olympique de Marseille and Paris Saint-Germain. Qualified for 2020-21 Champions League group stage, the club is part of Group E, alongside Chelsea, Séville and Krasnodar.
Though both sides have the greatest respect for each other and the match is always played in the right spirit, the famous Breton derby between Stade Rennais and FC Nantes arouses great passion and a carnival atmosphere. Adding a little spice to the fixture is the city of Nantes’ long historical association with Brittany. Once the administrative seat of the region, Nantes has not formed part of it since the 1950s, while Rennes is now Brittany’s sole official capital.
The best Rennes' performance in Europe is a Europa League round of 16 (Vs Arsenal in 2019).
On 2019-20 Ligue 1 Uber Eats season, the Rennais have defeated the Red and Blue at Roazhon Park 2 - 1, thanks to goals from Niang and Del Castillo, on matchday 2.
On November 7th, 2020, the Parisians have been receiving Stade Rennais at Parc des Princes, on matchday 10. Marquinhos' teammates won 3 - 0, with goals from Kean and Di Maria.
Defeated by Rennes in the final of the 2019 French Cup, the Parisians had not experienced a setback in this competition since 2014!
Formerly known as Stade de la Route de Lorient, Stade Rennais’ home ground was officially renamed Roazhon Park on September 19th, 2015, an occasion marked by the Brittany side’s meeting with Lille LOSC. The stadium now has a capacity of 29,164 seats. Situated on the Vilaine River in the centre west of the city, this sleek, ultra-modern stadium is also famed for its stalls selling galette saucisse, a barbecue-grilled sausage wrapped in a crepe and which has become a local matchday speciality.
The stadium is well served by public transport, with bus routes 11 and 14 both running to Roazhon Park. There are also several car parks close to the stadium, though most Stade Rennais fans prefer to walk, helping to create a friendly, family atmosphere on matchdays.