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Dijon Football Côte-d'Or

Founded in 1998 following a merger between Dijon Football Club and Cercle Football Dijonnais, Dijon FCO has been run by Olivier Delcourt since 2012. The team is coached by Antoine Kombouaré since January 2019.
In 2002, following his stint at Saint-Etienne, Rudy Garcia took up the reins of the team, which subsequently switched from amateur to professional status in the space of two years. Season 2003/2004 was an exceptional one for Dijon, who earned promotion to Ligue 2 after finishing third behind Reims and Brest, and reached the semi-finals of the Coupe de France after eliminating Lens, Saint-Etienne and Amiens.
In 2015-16, DFCO enjoyed their most successful Ligue 2 season ever. Boasting the division’s best attack and losing just six times, they finished second in the table and were promoted to the Ligue 1 Conforama.
While Dijon have retained their top-flight status for two consecutive campaigns, they have only spent four seasons at this level in total, making them the second least experienced club after Amiens.
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Dijon Football Côte-d'Or

  • LIGUE 1 Conforama
    Day 37
    Saturday, May 18th
    Parc des Princes
    Date to be confirmed
    PARIS Saint-Germain Dijon FCO
    PARIS Saint-Germain
    Dijon FCO

Previous encounters

Paris SG - Dijon FCO

Of the clubs’ eight previous encounters, all competitions combined, Paris Saint-Germain have won seven, with the remaining fixture ending in a draw.

On 17 January 2018 at the Parc des Princes, PSG comprehensively defeated Dijon 8-0, in a game that included four goals from Neymar – his first quadruple in the Ligue 1 Conforama – and a brace from Ángel Di María.

During season 2018-19, the Dijonnais have been defeated 4 - 0 at Gaston Gérard on Ligue 1 Conforama matchday 18, with goals from Marquinhos, Mbappé, Di Maria and Choupo-Moting. The Dijonnais will be travelling to Paris on matchday 37 – the last game of the season to be held at Parc des Princes. On Coupe de France Round of 8, the Red and Blue have defeated them 3 - 0, thanks to goals from Di Maria and Meunier. 

Did you know?

Dijon is the youngest club currently playing in the Ligue 1 Conforama. Having existed for just 20 years, the Burgundy club has claimed just one trophy in its history, the fourth division title in 2000. Last year, Dijon, exhibiting a doggedly offensive style of play and boasting the fifth most productive attack in the Ligue 1 Conforama, finished in a remarkable 11th spot.

Player to watch

Naim Sliti
27/07/1992
Attacking midfielder

Born on 27 July 1992 in Marseille, attacking midfielder Naim Sliti joined Dijon in the summer of 2017. After starting out at Sedan, he came to wider prominence after his impressive 2015/2016 season with Red Star 92, which saw him included in the Ligue 2 Dominos team of the season and nominated for the UNFP Player of the Year award.
A Tunisian international since 2016, Sliti took part in his first FIFA World Cup this year in Russia. Last season in the Ligue 1 Conforama, he chalked up seven goals and six assists in 31 matches for Dijon, confirming his status of creative fulcrum.

Dijon FCO against Paris Saint-Germain

Discover Dijon FCO official squad on Coupe de France Round of 8 against the Red and Blue!

Runarsson, Rosier, Yambéré, Lautoa, Haddadi, Abeid, Lolodice, Jeannot, Sliti, Sammaritano, Tavarès

Stade Gaston Gérard

The arena, named after a former major of Dijon, was opened in 1934. Located in the Montmuzard district, it is mainly used for Dijon FCO matches. It boasts a capacity of 15,459; its record crowd of 15,160 was set on 15 October 2017, when Paris Saint-Germain came calling. A number of other sporting and cultural events have been held at Stade Gaston-Gérard, such as the athletics meet where legendary pole-vaulter Sergey Bubka set a new world record in June 1992, and a unique Bob Marley concert on 4 June 1980.

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Place Gaston-Gérard

21 000 Dijon

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Situated in the Montmuzard district of Dijon, Stade Gaston Gérard is well served by the town’s public transport network, particularly tram T1 (Parc des Sports stop), and a specific shuttle bus service, StadiGO, which has five lines that traverse the Bourgogne Franche-Comté region picking up fans heading to the match. In addition, there are four park-and-ride facilities located near the stadium.

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