Paris Saint-Germain's week ahead
Check out the various events not to be missed on PSG.FR, PSG TV and the capital club's official app this week (all times given in CET).
THE FIRST TEAM'S GAMES:
Nine days after their fine 3-0 win over AC Milan at the Parc des Princes, Les Parisiens will be back at home this weekend, this time in Ligue 1, as Les Rouge et Bleu – whose 3-2 win away to Brest on Sunday lifted them up to second in the table with 21 points, one behind OGC Nice – are set to host Montpellier HSC at 21:00 this Friday, with the visitors currently 11th in the table on 11 points and with a game in hand.
the live streams:
- The first 15 minutes of training at 11:00 on Thursday
- Luis Enrique's pre-match press conference at 13:00 on Thursday
- The pre-match build-up from 19:30 on Friday
- Luis Enrique's post-match press conference on Friday night
THE WOMEN'S TEAM'S GAMES:
After a two-week international break, the capital club – who sit third in the Division 1 table on nine points, six behind Olympique Lyonnais and Paris FC – are set to return to competitive action this weekend. On their agenda is a Matchday 6 encounter with EA Guingamp, currently ninth in the league table on four points, at the Stade Georges Lefèvre in Saint-Germain-en-Laye this Saturday at 15:00.
THE YOUTH TEAM'S GAMES:
After a short break, France's various youth leagues get back underway this weekend.
Paris Saint-Germain's U19s – who currently sit fourth in Pool A of the Championnat National U19 on 18 points, one behind LOSC Lille, RC Lens and Amiens SC – will face the latter of the three in a Matchday 10 clash at 15:00 this Saturday at the Complexe Sportif Émile Guégan.
The capital club's U17s, meanwhile – who are currently third in Pool A of the Championnat National U17 on 19 points, three behind Amiens SC and two behind FC Versailles 78 – are due to take on sixth-placed US Orléans, also in a Matchday 10 clash but this time at the Stade Georges Lefèvre at 15:00 on Sunday.
Finally, Paris's U19 women's team, who lead Pool A of the Championnat National Féminin U19 with six wins in as many games, will be up against SM Caen, currently languishing in sixth and last place with one point, at the Stade de Venoix on Matchday 7, this Sunday at 15:00.
THE HANDBALL TEAM'S GAMES:
It's the international break right now for Paris Saint-Germain Handball, who remain at the top of the Liqui Moly StarLigue after registering their eighth win in as many games by beating Chambéry Savoie Mont-Blanc Handball 34-26 on the road. Les Rouge et Bleu will be back in competitive action at 20:00 on Friday 10th November, when they take on Dijon Métropole Handball, currently 14th in the table on two points, on Matchday 9 at the Stade Pierre de Coubertin.