Stats & Facts: a look back at the 12th Trophée des Champions win!

Match in numbers

Check out the stats and facts from Paris Saint-Germain's 2-0 win over Toulouse in the Trophée des Champions on Wednesday 3rd January 2024.

the 12 wins of christmas

Christmas came late! The first title of the season for Paris Saint-Germain, who won their 12th Trophée des Champions - that's at least 4 more than any other team. The club from the capital has lifted 10 of the last 11 titles in the competition. We're starting to believe that our Parisians like it. 12 victories in 16 Champions Trophy appearances - not bad at all - that's a 75% win rate.

It is also the 49th trophy in the history of Paris Saint-Germain: 1 European Cup Winners' Cup, 11 French championships, 14 Coupe de France, 9 Coupe de la Ligue, 12 Trophée des Champions, 1 Coupe Intertoto, 1 Championnat National (formerly Ligue 2).

Paris won its first TDC in 1996, 28 years ago. It's a fine run of form, and one that sets the stage for 2024 in the best possible way!

IT never rains it pours

Paris Saint-Germain have not lost to Toulouse at the Parc des Princes since 29th October 2008, and are now on a run of 16 matches unbeaten at home in official matches (15 wins, 1 draw) against the Toulousans.

Paris have also scored in each of their last 16 matches in all competitions, their best run in a single season since September-December 2020 (17). On the individual front, Kylian Mbappé became Paris' all-time top scorer at the Parc des Princes (111 goals), overtaking Edinson Cavani (110). The striker scored his 22nd goal this season in all competitions, with only Harry Kane doing better (25) among players in Europe's top five leagues.

Ousmane Dembélé provided his 6th assist of the season, making him Paris's best assister, and Barcola his 3rd, a fine rise to prominence for our two wingers! Finally, Kang-In Lee scored after 2 minutes and 34 seconds, the first player to score so quickly in a Trophée des Champions since Hatem Ben Arfa with Lyon against Auxerre in 2005.


Marquinhos won his 8th Trophée des Champions on Wednesday evening, just one behind record holder Marco Verratti, who has 9. But for some, this title is a great first! The summer signings and Luis Enrique have won their first trophy for the Rouge et Bleu, a first title that we hope will be followed by many more.

But the prize undoubtedly goes to Lucas Beraldo. Having been in Paris for just 3 days, the Brazilian defender already has a trophy to his name. When you consider that some people spend their entire careers never lifting a single trophy. Finally, a little fact to help you show off: Beraldo has become the 33rd Brazilian player to play for Paris in all competitions, almost twice as many as any other foreign national (Argentina 2nd with 17).