Stade de Reims

Founded in 1931, Reims are a French footballing institution, revered for their unique history, first and foremost, but also for the legendary players who have worn the famous red and white down the years. The club reached the French top flight for the first time just after World War II, and between 1949 and 1962, they proceeded to claim no fewer than six league titles as well as a Latin Cup, considered by many as a precursor to the European Cup/UEFA Champions League. It was the era of “Grand Reims” and champagne football, spearheaded by their impressive attacking duo of Raymond Kopa and Just Fontaine, who remains the team’s all-time top scorer with 152 goals in 145 matches, all competitions combined.

Reims got off to a flying start in the Ligue 2 Dominos in 2017-18, winning six of their first eight matches, at which point they cruised to the top of the table, where they stayed until the end of the campaign. In addition to their second division title, they boasted the least porous defence, conceding just 24 goals.

Stade de Reims

  • LIGUE 1 Conforama
    Day 34
    Sunday, April 26th
    Stade Auguste Delaune
    Date to be confirmed
    Stade de Reims PARIS Saint-Germain
    Stade de Reims
    PARIS Saint-Germain

Previous encounters

Paris SG - Stade de Reims

The Red and Blue had been defeated 2-0  against Stade de Reims at Parc des Princes on Ligue 1 Conforama matchday 7, with goals from Kamara and Dia. Paris Saint-Germain will be travelling to Auguste Delaune during the week-end of April 25th - 26th, 2020.

Did you know?

Prior to its foundation in 1931, Reims went by the moniker Société Sportive du Parc Pommery – a reference to the renowned champagne house of the same name. The club contained football, walking, rugby, gymnastics, athletics and cycling divisions. Its first footballers wore green and gold, evoking the typical colours of champagne bottles.

Player to watch

Rémi Oudin

Rémi Oudin came through the youth ranks at Reims from 2011 onwards and signed his first professional contract in 2016. Following a solid initial season in 2016/17, the attack-minded youngster was a revelation last term, providing the attacking inspiration – via seven goals and seven assists, from just 18 starts – in the club’s promotion push to the Ligue 1 Conforama. With the departure of Diego, Oudin will likely be handed more playing time and responsibilities, and will be one of Reims’ players to watch as they reacquaint themselves with top-flight football.

Stade de Reims official group team against Paris Saint-Germain

Stade de Reims official group team for the travel to Parc des Princes as part of Ligue 1 Conforama matchday 7!

Rajkovic, Konan, Abdelhamid, Disasi, Foket, Cafaro, Chavalerin, Munetsi, Kamara, Mbuku

Stade Auguste Delaune

Officially opened on 2 June 1935, Stade Auguste-Delaune has been Les rouges et blancs’ home ground since they entered the world of professional football. Formerly known as Stade Municipal, its name pays tribute to the former sport federation secretary general, Auguste Delaune, a major figure in the French resistance during World War II. The stadium was used during the first FIFA World Cup to be held in France, in 1938, and has served as the arrival point for a number of Tour de France stages. At the beginning of the 2000s, the arena underwent a comprehensive revamp that both modernised it and increased its size. Last year, Stade Auguste Delaune was one of the most well-attended stadiums in the Ligue 2 Dominos.


33 rue Chaussée Bocquaine

51 100 Reims


Located right in the middle of town, Stade Auguste-Delaune is sandwiched between the A344 motorway and the Parc Léo Lagrange. The stadium has an adjoining car park, as well as easy access to public transport and the Comédie tram stop.

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