This week at Paris Saint-Germain

Find out what's happening at Paris Saint-Germain this week with our content guide for PSG.FR, PSG TV and the capital club's official app.


After a two-match week, the capital club - Ligue 1 leaders on 33 points, four clear of OGC Nice - will have six days to prepare for their Round 15 clash with FC Nantes - who sit eighth on 18 points - at the Parc des Princes at 21:00 on Saturday.

Your tickets for the match


- The first fifteen minutes of training on Friday at 11:00
- Luis Enrique's press conference on Friday at 13:00
- Preview: Saturday, 19:30
- Luis Enrique's post-match press conference on Saturday



After the international break, Les Parisiennes - third in the D1 with 18 points (2 games in hand) - return to action with a clash against Le Havre AC - seventh with 11 points - as Round 10 action continues at the Stade Océane at 21:00 on Sunday.


The capital club's U19 team have a match-free week ahead of the sixth and final matchday of the UEFA Youth League group stage. Les Rouge et Bleu, third in Group F with 6 points, will face Borussia Dortmund, second with a one-point lead over Paris, at the Dortmund Brackel Training Ground at 16:00 on Wednesday 13 December.

For their part, the Paris U17s, third in Pool A with 26 points, will take on US Orléans Loiret, sixth with a three-point lead, in the postponed Round 10 National Championship match, at the Stade Marcel Garcin at 15.00 on Wednesday.

Finally, Paris Saint-Germain's U19 women's team, Group A leaders on 25 points and already assured of qualification for the elite phase, take on LOSC Lille, second with six fewer points, in the tenth and final round of the first phase of the Challenge National at the Stade Jean Cholle in Lys-lez-Lannoy at 14:30 on Sunday.


Our handball players kick off their week with a European fixture. The Parisians, fifth in EHF Champions League Group A with nine points, take on Aalborg Handbold - who sit second, three points clear of ELs Rouge et Bleu - in their Matchday 10 clash at the Sparekassen Danmark Arena at 18:45 on Thursday.

Les Rouge et Bleu, top of the Liqui Moly StarLigue with 12 wins from 12 matches, will then take on Cesson Rennes Métropole Handball, 11th with eight points, in their Round 11 match at the Stade Pierre de Coubertin at 5pm on Sunday, with the aim of continuing their unbeaten run.