Welcome home!

The Parisians are back at the Parc des Princes on Saturday for their first league game of the season.

Home Sweet Home

After a successful Japan Summer Tour, a 4-0 Trophée des Champions win against Nantes in Tel Aviv, and a victory in the opening league game against Clermont, the Parisians are back home on Saturday when they taken on Montpellier (9pm CEST).

Their last outing at the Parc was memorable: the final day of the 2021/22 season marked by a 5-0 win over Metz that was preceded by the announcement of Kylian Mbappé's contract extension. 

Everyone is looking forward to meeting up again, and some will discover it for the first time. Others have already played there as opponents in Ligue 1 or the Champions League, such as Renato Sanches, Nordi Mukiele and Hugo Ekitiké. Our new coach will be taking charge of his first game as home team coach.

Vitinha could play there for the first time and get to meet the Parisian supporters, who are looking forward to seeing their heroes in action in the flesh.

A STADIUM, a fortress

Paris are on an incredible unbeaten home run. They were unbeaten at home all last season*, with their last defeat coming against Manchester City (1-2) in the UEFA Champions League on 28 April 2021. You have to go even further back for the last league defeat - that came on 3 April 2021 against LOSC (0-1), who at that time were coached by Christophe Galtier.

Paris Saint-Germain have, in fact, lost just 11 league games at the Parc des Princes in the last ten seasons, making it the best-guarded fortress in all of French football.

There's no doubt that for their 1148th match in their legendary stadium, Paris Saint-Germain will aim to put a smile on the faces of their fans, who will also be delighted to be back home.


* The penalty shoot-out defeat to Nice (0-0, 5-6 on pens.) on 31 January 2022 in the Coupe de France quarter-final is considered as a draw.