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Football Club de Nantes were founded in 1943 with the merger of five different clubs. Since August 2007, FC Nantes have been presided over by Waldemar Kita, who won France Football’s Club Chairman of the Year award in 2014, a year that saw the club contest their 50th season in the French top flight. Their honours to date include eight French league titles, three Coupes de France and a Coupe de la Ligue, while Les Canaries have played over 100 matches in European club competitions.

One of France’s best-known clubs, FC Nantes are also famed for their La Jonelière youth academy, which has produced a number of France internationals and World Cup winners, among them Didier Deschamps, Marcel Desailly, and Christian Karembeu.

On October 2nd, 2018, and after a complicated start in Ligue 1 Conforama, the club appointed Vahid Halilhodzic as head coach, former coach of Paris Saint-Germain from 2003 to 2005.

The club and the City and Nantes are currently working together on the construction of a new stadium. This ambitious sporting, urban and environmental project goes by the name of Yellow Park and involves the construction of a 40,000-seater stadium that will host matches at the 2023 Rugby World Cup and the Olympic Games Paris 2024, as well as a park and nearly 1,500 houses.

In May 2019, Football Club de Nantes unveiled through Waldimar Kita, its new logo.

Football Club de Nantes

  • LIGUE 1 Conforama
    Day 16
    Wednesday, December 4th
    Parc des Princes
    Date to be confirmed
    PARIS Saint-Germain FC Nantes
    PARIS Saint-Germain
    FC Nantes
  • LIGUE 1 Conforama
    Day 23
    Wednesday, February 5th
    Stade de la Beaujoire
    Date to be confirmed
    FC Nantes PARIS Saint-Germain
    FC Nantes
    PARIS Saint-Germain

Previous encounters

Paris SG - FC Nantes

Paris Saint-Germain’s leading scorer in Ligue 1 Conforama matches against Nantes is Edinson Cavani with eight goals.
Last year, the Parisians succeeded in qualifying for the Coupe de France final, defeating FC Nantes 3 - 0 at Parc des Princes, with goals from Verratti, Mbappé and Alves.
This season, the Canaries will be travelling to Parc des Princes on Matchday 16. Thiago Silva's teammates will be playing at la Beaujoire on Matchday 23. 

Did you know?

FC Nantes owe their distinctive green and yellow kit to Jean Guillou, one of the club’s founders, who wore the same colour silks during his career as a jockey and chose them in the belief that they would bring the new team success.

Paris Saint-Germain and FC Nantes currently share the record for the most consecutive seasons spent in the French top flight: 44. Les Canaries put their run together between 1963 and 2007, while PSG have been in France’s top tier since 1974 and will make the record their own this coming season.

Player to watch

Valentin Rongier

Born on 7 December 1994 in Mâcon, Valentin Rongier is a product of the FC Nantes youth system. Having spent his entire youth career at La Jonelière, he made the move up to the first team in summer 2014. Though he picked up a serious knee injury in October 2015, a year before his contract was due to expire, the club saw fit to offer him an extension through to 2020, a sign of the faith that the board have in the homegrown Rongier. A tireless defensive midfielder, he won more tackles than any other player in Europe’s top five leagues in the 2016/17 season.

FC Nantes travel to Parc des Princes

Discover the official squad of FC Nantes for their travel to Paris as part of Ligue 1 Conforama matchday 19!

Tatarusanu, Pallois, Diego Carlos, Mbodji, Lucas Lima, Rongier, Khrin, Touré, Kwateng, Boschilia, Sala

Stade de la Beaujoire

The Stade de la Beaujoire was opened on 8 May 1984, an occasion marked by a friendly between FC Nantes and the Romanian national team. Situated in the Nantes Erdre district, opposite the Parc des Expositions, La Beaujoire is the city’s largest stadium and has a capacity of 35,550. The stadium hosted matches at the 1984 UEFA European Championships and the 1998 FIFA World Cup, and has also welcomed a number of leading musical acts, including U2 in 1993 and French rock legend Johnny Hallyday in 2012.


5 Boulevard de La Beaujoire

44 300 Nantes


The Stade de La Beaujoire is served by Line T1 of the city’s tram network (Beaujoire stop) and no fewer than four bus lines. There are also a total 3,000 free parking spaces in the vicinity of the stadium.

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