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En Avant Guingamp

Founded in 1912, Guingamp have achieved great things in French and European football, despite their limited resources and the diminutive size of the town they represent. Propelled by the ambitious Noël Le Graët, who presided over the club between 1972 and 1991, they enjoyed a meteoric rise up the French football pyramid to become a mainstay of the second tier in the 1980s and 90s.

During season 2013/2014, Guingamp reached the final of the Coupe de France, where they faced their Breton rivals, Rennes. A memorable 2-0 victory saw the outsiders lift the trophy for the second time in their history and qualify for the UEFA Europa League. A few months later, they managed to get out of a closely contested pool and reach the Round of 32, the furthest they have ever advanced on the continental stage.

After brief top-flight forays and a subsequent drop into the third division, Guingamp enjoyed a resurgence under Jocelyn Gourvennec, who took the helm between 2010 and 2016, and they returned to the Ligue 1 Conforama in just three seasons. After having coached Girondins de Bordeaux, he came back to Guingamp on november 2018, after that Antoine Kombouaré, former Paris Saint-Germain player and coach, left the club,

Historically, Brittany has always had a number of clubs playing in the top tier, giving rise to several different local derbies. One of the most high-profile of these match-ups pits Guingamp against Rennes, the team from the Breton capital, during which regional bragging rights are invariably up for grabs.

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Previous encounters

Paris SG - EA Guingamp

Guingamp have won four of the teams’ all-time clashes, while drawing seven and losing 11. The Breton club’s last positive result in the fixture came on the 18th Ligue 1 Conforama matchday of season 2016/2017, when they pulled off a 2-1 win.

After having won 3-1 with two goals from Kylian Mbappé on day 2, Paris Saint-Germain have defeated them 9 - 0 at Parc des Princes on matchday 21, with eight goals from trio Cavani - Mbappé - Neymar.

Did you know?

Guingamp are the only team in the Ligue 1 Conforama to have a stadium the capacity of which (18,462) is larger than the population of their town (6,900). Boosted by a huge regional popularity, the club is able to maintain a high capacity percentage (80 %) – one of the best in the league, in fact.

Player to watch

Marcus Thuram

Born on August 6th, 1996, in Parma, Italy, Marcus Thuram is the son of Lilian Thuram, 1998 World Champion alongside Zinedine Zidane, Didier Deschamp and Laurent Blanc. After a junior career in the Paris region, he signed as professional at FC Sochaux in 2015, before discovering Ligue 1 Conforama in 2017 under the colours of En Avant Guingamp. During the 2018-19 season, he established himself as a key member of the Guingampais squad. In the quarter-finals of the Coupe de France against Paris Saint-Germain, he scored the winning goal in added time to eliminate the Red and Blue. International with Les Bleuets, he participated in five matches at Euro 2016, a competition won by France's Lucas Tousart, Jean-Kévin Augustin and Kylian Mbappé.

En Avant Guingamp travel to Parc des Princes

En Avant Guingamp official suqad for their travel to Paris in Coupe de la Ligue!

Johnsson, Eboa Eboa, Kerbrat, Traoré, Rebocho, Phiri, Blas, Deaux, Coco, Thuram, Mendy

Stade de Roudourou

Located in the district bearing the same name, Stade de Roudourou has been Guingamp’s home ground since it was officially opened with a friendly match against Paris Saint-Germain – who had a certain Antoine Kombouaré on their books at the time – on 21 January 1990. On 10 October 2009, France even played a FIFA World Cup qualifier there, defeating the Faeroe Islands 5-0. After finishing third in the Ligue 1 Conforama pitch quality ranking two seasons ago, Guingamp came top of the table in 2017/2018, ahead of second-placed PSG. The stadium is currently in the fourth stage of a refurbishment project, during which the north stand will be expanded and external cladding will be added.


Rue du Manoir

22 200 Guingamp


As Guingamp is a relatively small town, it is extremely easy to park in the vicinity of the stadium and continue your journey on foot. Nevertheless, a new car park is set to be built in 2018 on the site of the current adjoining training ground.

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