En Avant Guingamp

The women's section of En Avant Guingamp is the flagship football club in Brittany. Founded in 1971 under the name of Saint Brieuc Sporting Club, the club will successively bear the name of Saint-Brieuc FF then Stade Briochin until 2011, before being absorbed by the professional club En Avant Guingamp. 

Throughout its history, the club has won one Division 1 champion title in 1989, as well as ten victories in the Brittany Cup. 

The team has been coached since the summer of 2018 by Frédéric Biancalani, a former professional player and coach of the EA Guingamp u17. 

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Previous encounters

Paris SG - En Avant Guingamp

LOn 2018-19 Division 1, Paris Saint-Germain had defeated En Avant Guingamp 1-0, thanks to a goal from Marie-Antoinette Katoto. The Bretons had achieved in obtaining the draw in Brittany on matchday 22, last game of the season, with a goal from Julie Debever and Irene Paredes.

On Sunday, November 3rd, 2019, the Parisians was receiving the Guingamp' players on matchday 8. They could not make the difference against l'En Avant Guingamp, final score 1-1. On the return match in Brittany on February 22nd, the Red and Blue have defeated them 4 - 1, with goals from Diani, Lawrence, Geyoro and Baltimore.

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Accustomed to the elite of the French women's championship, En Avant Guingamp can count on a balanced team and some talented players, including Griedge Mbock Bathy Nka. After having been trained at En Avant Guingamp, this defender knew the youth teams of the French national team, before making her first appearance with Les Bleues in 2013, at just 18 years old. A symbol of the quality of the Breton team, the club has also seen the emergence of great players such as Camille Abily and Eugénie Le Sommer.

Player to watch

Louise Fleury

Born on August 8th, 1997, in L'Aigle, Louise Fleury turned professional in 2013 at En Avant Guingamp, after having completed her training in her native Normandy. A resolutely offensive player, she discovered Division 1 in the 2013-14 season, when she was only 16 years old.

She was revealed very early on at the highest level, and knew the U19 and U20 Bleuettes' selections, with whom she reached the World Cup final in 2016, alongside Parisian Marie-Antoinette Katoto.

Official photo of En Avant Guingamp

Sunday, November 3rd, 2019
Official squad of En Avant Guingamp for the game against Paris Saint-Germain!

Robert, Grace Ngock Yango, Hudson, Fleury, Jezequel, Durand, Daoudi, Oparanozie, Hoarau, Gevitz, Tyrysshkina.

Stade Fred Aubert

Inaugurated in 1990, Fred Aubert Stadium, named after the first president of Stade Briochin, is the official women's stadium of En Avant Guingamp. The stadium has a total capacity of nearly 2,500 seats, as well as two covered side stands. On May 8th, 2008, the French national team faced Serbia in a qualifying match for the 2009 European Championship.


31 rue Joseph Le Brix

22 000 Saint-Brieuc


Located on the outskirts of the RN12 connecting Brest to Rennes, the stadium is easily accessible by car, as well as by train from the Saint-Brieuc TER - TGV station.


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